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Whats on in Guernsey September 2015

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September walks, air displays and literature

Get fit and then indulge this month in Guernsey with the Autumn Walking Festival at the start of the month then a chance to watch spectacular air displays over the island followed by the the Guernsey Literary Festival and then the first Guernsey International Food Festival.

5th September

Motor Racing Hill Climb
Val des Terres from 9am, spectators welcome.

Featured event:

Autumn Walking Festival

5th – 19th September 2015

Walks and rambles suitable for all levels of ability covering different themes across the island.

5th September

80’s invasion at Castle Cornet
Live music from the 1980’s 6.30 – 10.30pm. Tickets £15pp from

8th – 13th September

The Mermaid Tavern Real Ale and Cider Festival – Herm
Live music to accompany 30 ales, 12 ciders, wine and champagne.

9th September

Allied Aircrew Memorial Dedication
Fly past dedicated to the international airmen who died in service liberating the Channel Islands, 11am.

9th September

Meet the Pilots
9th September
Meet the air display pilots at ASG Hangar, Guernsey Airport.

Featured event:

Guernsey Air Display

10th September 2015

Watch as various air display teams including The Red Arrows take to the sky, 11am – 1.15pm.

Guernsey Air Display formation

Guernsey Air Display aeroplane and flag

11th – 18th September

Cocktail Week
Artisan producer Haut Maison’s fruit liqueurs will be featured in bars across the island.

12th September

Sand Racing at Vazon Bay
Racing from 11.30am, spectators welcome.

12th September

Proms on the Pier
Big screen family movie at 5pm followed by a free outdoor concert and firework display.

13th September

Seafront Sunday with the GSPCA
Pop up tents, crafts, music and food tastings at the seafront.

16th – 20th September

Guernsey Literary Festival
Activities for all the family and guest appearances from authors and illustrators including Will Self.

Featured event:

Guernsey International Food Festival

18th – 27th September 2015

The first Guernsey International Food Festival taking place island wide. Food events, master classes, markets, themed evenings, suppers and guest appearances from famous chefs including Jean-Christophe Novelli. See our dedicated page for more details.

dining in St Peter Port

fresh fish stall

Saturday Concerts in Market Square and Sunday Concerts in Candie Gardens:
  • 10 May – 27 September Sunday Concerts 3 – 4pm
  • 16 May – 26 September Saturday Concerts in Market Square 12.15 – 2.30pm
Guernsey Markets taking place regularly throughout the year:
  • Castel Parish Farmers Market opens at 9am every other Saturday throughout the year in Le Friquet Garden Centre, Castel.
  • The Farmers and Fisherman’s Market offers Fresh local produce including locally caught seafood. Open every Saturday from 9am, during the winter months the market operates from St Martin’s Parish Hall and moves to Sausmarez Manor from April.
  • Fresh Fridays Produce Market in Market Square, St Peter Port, opens from 8.30am until 2.30pm every Friday. Guernsey local produce is for sale including fresh fish, meat, vegetables, chutney, pate, deli and cakes.
  • St Peter’s Community Market offers a selection of plants, pies, homemade jams and fresh produce every Wednesday 10-11am in the Community Hut, behind St. Peter’s Post Office.


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Posted by Christina

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: