Well it's rainy and cold but we have plenty of SFF memories to warm us. This 2012 video is not a bad reminder, eh? http://t.co/AIaKb800t4
Sark is home to 600 people. There are no cars and you must make your way around its dusty roads by bicycle, in a horse-drawn cart or on foot.
On festival weekend, visitors and musicians mingle with local people to treble Sark’s population in celebration of traditional and contemporary folk music. In fields, pubs, hotels and cafés, the island is alive with singing, playing and dancing.
At the festival itself, the music combines with breath-taking sea views, seafood fresh from the water and delicious Channel Island beer and cider to create a truly wonderful, unique event.