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St. Andrew
Location of St. Andrew in Guernsey
Location of St. Andrew in Guernsey
Coordinates: 49°26′53″N 2°34′41″W / 49.44806°N 2.57806°W / 49.44806; -2.57806Coordinates: 49°26′53″N 2°34′41″W / 49.44806°N 2.57806°W / 49.44806; -2.57806
Crown Dependency Guernsey, Channel Islands
 • Electoral district South East
 • Total 4.4 km2 (1.7 sq mi)
 • Total 2,409
 • Density 550/km2 (1,400/sq mi)
Time zone GMT
 • Summer (DST) UTC+01 (UTC)

Saint Andrew (Guernésiais: Saint Andri; French: Saint-André-de-la-Pommeraye) is located in the centre of Guernsey and as such is the only parish on the island to be landlocked.

The post code for addresses in this parish starts with GY6.


Saint Andrew is located in the centre of the island and features hills and valleys.


The Little Chapel is believed to be the world's smallest consecrated church.[1][2]


The features of St Andrew include:


As it is customary to list the parishes round the coast, either clockwise or anti-clockwise, starting with St Peter Port, St Andrew is usually the last parish to be mentioned in such a list. This gave rise to the traditional nickname in Dgèrnésiais of the inhabitants of the parish: les croinchaons (the siftings, what is left behind in the sieve).

St Andrews is the most expensive parish in Guernsey closey followed by St Pierre Du Bois and St Saviour. St. Andrews is split into two parts one boarding St Peter Port and one Boarding St Saviour and the Forest. The upper part of the parish where the church and the little chapel is situated is very rural.


  1. ^ Kelly, Fergus (29 September 2012). "Warm to a taste of the Gallic in Guernsey". Express. Retrieved 30 June 2013. 
  2. ^ "Guernsey Destination Guide". Premier Holidays. Retrieved 30 June 2013. 
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