Twenty-one stand in Sark election

Sark's second fully democratic general election will be contested by 21 candidates, standing for 14 conseiller seats.

The election, to be held on 8 December, will see half of Chief Pleas elected.

In December 2008 islanders went to polls to vote in their first ever democratic government after more than 400 years of feudal rule.

Those elected drew ballots for two and four year terms, with all those having served two years defending their seats.

The candidates are: Andrew Bache; Diane Baker; Edric Baker; Christopher Bateson; Fiona Bird; Paul Burgess; David Cocksedge; Peter Cole; Andrew Cook; John Donnelly; Stefan Gomoll; Janet Guy; John Hunt; Tony Le Lievre; David Melling; Christopher Nightingale; Michelle Perree; Helen Plummer; Peter Stisted; Stephen Taylor; Anthony Ventress.

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