Politicans in Guernsey are called Deputies. The Pouques were delighted to write a pantomime for the Deputies. They have assigned characters but haven’t yet written the story.
The fairy folk enjoy sports and through the lens of the pouquecam you can see them competing in the games.
Read a complete version of the story retold by Donald R. Rawe, that the story teller told in the Eden project in the Pisky and the Pouque. The pisky who lost his laugh.
Picture from Donald Rawe’s book “Traditional Cornish Stories and Rhymes”
Although the Island pledged allegiance to Britain at the time of William the conqueror, the ancient Normandy French that the islanders spoke lasted until well into the 20th century. After the World War two evacuation, the language started to die.