Sark from the air.
It is a language which is dying out, so Eddie Parks went to find out more about the future of Sercquiais from locals John and Trevor Hamon.
Eddie made a trip to Sark to speak to some of the locals and find out more about the language of Sercquiais.
He spoke to father and son blacksmiths John and Trevor Hamon to learn a little about shoeing a horse. And also found out whether the language is still being spoken in the island by any of the locals.
Is there a future for Sercquiais in the modern world?
Is it a language that is dying out on the island or should we be fighting to save it?
last updated: 02/05/2008 at 15:20
Have Your Say
Do you think it would be unfortunate if Sarkasie is no longer spoken on the Island? Should we fight to keep it alive?