Guernsey to have public holiday for royal wedding

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Prince William and Kate Middleton
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Prince William and Kate Middleton have announced they would marry at Westminster Abbey on 29 April

The royal wedding on 29 April will be a public holiday in the island, the States of Guernsey has decided.

A majority of States Members voted in favour of celebrating the marriage of Prince William and Kate Middleton with a day off.

The cost of the public holiday to the States has been estimated to be up to £200,000.

It follows decisions by the other Channel Islands of Alderney, Sark and Jersey to declare the day as a holiday.

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