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Guernsey Events Diary – October 2014

Al fresco cafe scene

Fantastic food and flower festivals

October is definitely the foodie month for Guernsey with the Tennerfest food festival starting on 1 October and lasting through to November as well as lots of fantastic local food markets. To add a touch of Autumnal colour, the best Guernsey lilies are on show at the end of the month with Guernsey’s Nerine Festival.

1 October and throughout the month

Tennerfest
Island wide food event. Three course menus from as little as

Dancing in Market Sqare

10.

1 October

St Peter’s Community Market
Local and freshly baked produce 10 – 11am in the Community Hut, behind St. Peter’s Post Office.

3 October

Fresh Friday’s Produce Market
Fresh produce including meat, vegetables, fish and a deli. 8:30am – 2:30pm in Market Square.

4 October

Farmer’s and Fisherman’s Market
Guernsey raised meat and locally caught fish as well as other home made treats. 9am – 12pm at St Martin’s Parish Hall.

8 October

St Peter’s Community Market
Local and freshly baked produce 10 – 11am in the Community Hut, behind St. Peter’s Post Office.

10 October

Fresh Friday’s Produce Market
Fresh produce including meat, vegetables, fish and a deli. 8:30am – 2:30pm in Market Square.

11 October

Farmer’s and Fisherman’s Market
Guernsey raised meat and locally caught fish as well as other home made treats. 9am – 12pm at St Martin’s Parish Hall.

Guernsey crabs   Chalk board menu

13 October

Alderney Autumn Food and Drink Festival
Pop over to sample the best of Alderney’s local produce with cookery demos, tastings, a hallowe’n supper and Oktoberfest beer festival.

15 October

St Peter’s Community Market
Local and freshly baked produce 10 – 11am in the Community Hut, behind St. Peter’s Post Office.

17 October

Fresh Friday’s Produce Market
Fresh produce including meat, vegetables, fish and a deli. 8:30am – 2:30pm in Market Square.

18 October

Farmer’s and Fisherman’s Market
Guernsey raised meat and locally caught fish as well as other home made treats. 9am – 12pm at St Martin’s Parish Hall.

22 October

St Peter’s Community Market
Local and freshly baked produce 10 – 11am in the Community Hut, behind St. Peter’s Post Office.

24 October

Fresh Friday’s Produce Market
Fresh produce including meat, vegetables, fish and a deli. 8:30am – 2:30pm in Market Square.

25 October

Farmer’s and Fisherman’s Market
Guernsey raised meat and locally caught fish as well as other home made treats. 9am – 12pm at St Martin’s Parish Hall.

29 October

St Peter’s Community Market
Local and freshly baked produce 10 – 11am in the Community Hut, behind St. Peter’s Post Office.

31 October

Fresh Friday’s Produce Market
Fresh produce including meat, vegetables, fish and a deli. 8:30am – 2:30pm in Market Square.

Market produce in Guernsey   Red and pink Guernsey lilies

During October:

11 – 25 October

NCCPG Nerine Festival
An exhibition of Guernsey Lilies (Nerines). Free entry. 10am – 4pm, Candie Gardens, St Peter Port.

Until 18 October

Guernsey Photography Festival
A series of photography exhibitions, talks , workshops and film screenings throughout St Peter Port.

Fortnightly:

Castel Parish Farmer’s Market
Fresh Guernsey produce including the famous homemade Guernsey gâche. Fortnightly Saturdays, 9:00am – 12:30pm Le Friquet Garden Centre, Castel.

 

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Christina's early memories include boarding a plane to visit Kuwait at the age of two and taking big family holidays in Scotland, Cornwall and France. After enjoying time teaching in London and Holland and marrying into a family spread from Ireland to the Channel Islands and America, it is no surprise that along with husband Julian they trekked around the world when three of their five children were small. Christina now runs the family company and writes and helps with the Travelsmith web and social media sites. Email: christinaclark@travelsmith.co.uk