List of Guernsey-related topics

The following outline is provided as an overview of and topical guide to Guernsey:

The Bailiwick of Guernsey is a British Crown dependency located in the Channel Islands off the coast of Normandy.[1]

As well as the Isle of Guernsey, the bailiwick also comprises Alderney, Sark, Herm, Jethou, Brecqhou, Burhou, Lihou and other islets. Although the defence of all these islands is the responsibility of the United Kingdom, Guernsey is not part of the UK but rather a separate possession of the Crown, comparable to the Isle of Man. Guernsey is also not part of the European Union. The island of Guernsey is divided into ten parishes. Together with the Bailiwick of Jersey, it is included in the collective grouping known as the Channel Islands. Guernsey belongs to the Common Travel Area.

General reference

Geography of Guernsey

Main article: Geography of Guernsey

Environment of Guernsey

Natural geographic features of Guernsey

  • World Heritage Sites in Guernsey: None

Regions of Guernsey

Administrative divisions of Guernsey


Municipalities of Guernsey

Demography of Guernsey

Main article: Demographics of Guernsey

Government and politics of Guernsey

Main article: Government of Guernsey and Politics of Guernsey

Branches of the government of Guernsey

Executive branch of the government of Guernsey

Legislative branch of the government of Guernsey

Judicial branch of the government of Guernsey

Main article: Court system of Guernsey
  • Supreme Court of Guernsey

Foreign relations of Guernsey

  • Diplomatic missions in Guernsey
  • Diplomatic missions of Guernsey

International organization membership

The Bailiwick of Guernsey is a member of:[1]

Law and order in Guernsey

Main article: Law of Guernsey
  • Constitution of Guernsey
  • Crime in Guernsey
  • Human rights in Guernsey
    • LGBT rights in Guernsey
    • Freedom of religion in Guernsey
  • Law enforcement in Guernsey

Military of Guernsey

Main article: Military of Guernsey
  • Command
  • Forces
    • Army of Guernsey
    • Navy of Guernsey
    • Air Force of Guernsey
    • Special forces of Guernsey
  • Military history of Guernsey
  • Military ranks of Guernsey

Local government in Guernsey

Main article: Local government in Guernsey

History of Guernsey

Main article: History of Guernsey, Timeline of the history of Guernsey, and Current events of Guernsey
  • Military history of Guernsey

Culture of Guernsey

Main article: Culture of Guernsey

Art in Guernsey

  • Art in Guernsey
  • Cinema of Guernsey
  • Literature of Guernsey
  • Music of Guernsey
  • Television in Guernsey
  • Theatre in Guernsey

Sports in Guernsey

Main article: Sports in Guernsey
  • Football in Guernsey
  • Guernsey at the Olympics

Economy and infrastructure of Guernsey

Main article: Economy of Guernsey

Education in Guernsey

Main article: Education in Guernsey
  • List of schools in Guernsey

See also

Europe portal
Main article: Guernsey


External links

Atlas of Guernsey

  • States of Guernsey - official government site
  • VisitGuernsey/ Guernsey Tourism
  • BBC Guernsey - local features and news
  • This Is Guernsey - information and news from the Guernsey Press and Star
  • The Guille-Allès Library - public library
  • The Priaulx Library - local studies library
  • La Société Guernesiaise
  • The Guernsey Society - a network for Guernsey people worldwide
  • Donkipedia - a wiki dedicated to the Bailiwick of Guernsey, its people, places and history
  • Map of Guernsey
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