CHANNEL ISLANDS: Britain's French quarter. The Channel Islands offer organisers an overseas destination with a continental feel in the UK, and, as Gary Buchanan finds out, the islands' facilities are developing a flourishing reputation

It is their relative proximity to the UK that has traditionally given the Channel Islands the edge over other, more aggressive, competitors.

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