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Tom Hanton - Guernsey Tom@MyGuernseyRep.com 703-283-6418 ...Your point of contact for above and beyond Customer Service & Consultation. When your office has unique needs or emergencies ...a magical "smart button" isn't going to come to the rescue. You need someone with 20 years experience and the dedication to make your company feel like they are the only customer that I'm responsible for. As the largest Independent Dealer in the DC Metro Area, Guernsey is well-positioned to make your life..."just a little less stressful". Take a quick look at the video and then let's schedule a time to talk. Always remember, "Whether your office needs are big or small...We Can Do That!"
Nothing sways Guernsey from getting deliveries out to our customers! "1910 - Fleurette," by the Victor Herbert Orchestra. It is available under a Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported License at the Free Music Archive (freemusicarchive.org).
This short video is to show how we sanitise your water cooler. The techniques used will vary depending on the the type of cooler you have.
GUERNSEY, St Peter Port (Channel Islands): Saint Peter Port is the capital of Guernsey as well as the main port. The population in 2001 was 16,488. In Guernésiais and in French, historically the official language of Guernsey, the name of the town and its surrounding parish is St Pierre Port. Vic Stefanu, email@example.com
Allied Forces and newly liberated Guernsey people. Spontaneous and joyous rendering on the quay on the original Liberation Day, May 9th 1945. Copyright BBC Guernsey & Ray Lowe, Sark. Full CD available at Guernsey tourist office. ---------------- LYRICS (Refrain only) English: Sarnia Cherie. Gem of the sea. Home of my childhood, my heart longs for thee. Thy voice calls me ever, Forget thee I'll never, Island of beauty. Sarnia Cherie. Guernesiais (Guernsey French): Sarnia Chérie, ma chière patrie, D'l'île dé ma nèissance, mon tcheur a envie Ta vouaix m'appeule terjours, Et j'pense à té chaque jour. Ile plloinne dé biautai, Sarnia Chérie
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Pipex provided new sewage facilities at Creux Mahie on the Isle of Guernsey, UK, as part of a larger project to implement the first ever full sewage treatment system for the Isle. The sewage works at Creux Mahie require upgrading, because at present waste is deposited at a short sea outfall at the cliffs of Torvetal, but being so close to the shore, this has caused many problems for those who live nearby and for those who make use of this area. The new facilities, fabricated by Pipex, will improve this system by directing sewage to a larger pumping station at Belle Greve, which has a long sea outfall, depositing waste away from any public and/or residential area. Pipex supplied and fabricated a waste water treatment system consisting of: 1 No. Polypropylene (PP-H) debris chamber, 2M ø x...
Some of Lagan Construction's tractors arriving into Guernsey on the Commodore Clipper at St. Peter Port harbour. These tractors were John Deere 6930's and were used for transporting aggregate and other materials from both of Guernsey's harbours to the airport, using specially built Chieftain trailers. This was filmed on the 12th April 2012. AIRPORT HISTORY AND LAGAN CONSTRUCTION'S WORK Guernsey Airport opened on the 5th May 1939, and today handles nearly a million travellers every year. In 2002 the new airport terminal building, car park and surrounding area, was built by Hochtief and became operational on the 19th May 2004. Hochtief also demolished the old terminal building that dated from 1939. Originally Guernsey Airport had four grass runways, but 1960 saw the construction of a ne...
Warro! is a family activity book written by Yan Marquis and Jo Dowding, Guernsey Museum Access & Learning Manager. It introduces the Guernsey language - Guernésiais. The authors here explain the book at the Guernsey Literary Festival 2012.