Politicians in Sark are set to vote on allowing same-sex marriage on the island.
The change would bring Sark in-line with Alderney, Guernsey and Jersey who already allow same-sex weddings.
Sark's Policy and Finance committee Chairman, Conseiller Peter La Trobe-Batemans, has tabled the proposition after being approached by several individuals about adopting same-sex marriages on the island.
The Conseiller argues that preventing gay marriage would be in contravention of Article 8 of the European Convention on Human Rights by the European Court of Human Rights.
It is also hoped that a move towards allowing same-sex marriage would boost tourism and bring more money to the island.
A vote on the proposals is set to take place on Wednesday 2 October.
Paul Amorgie, a hotelier who hosts weddings at the Stocks Hotel, believes it would be a positive step for legislation to be passed.