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Free Nights

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Events in Guernsey – May 2016

Dancing in Market Sqare

Heritage and Laughter

Featured event:

Channel Islands Heritage Festival

Until 10th May

1st May

Taste Guernsey Seafront Sunday
The start of Seafront Sundays for the year when St Peter Port Seafront is closed to cars and pop up tents, tasting stalls, events and cookery demos take place instead. 10am – 4pm.

1st & 29th May

Cobo Bay Balcony Gigs
Book lunch on the Beach Terrace and enjoy the music from 3pm. After-party until midnight.

2nd May

Guernsey Race Club – Horse Racing
Gates open 11.30am for racing from 2.30pm. L’Ancresse.

7th, 14th, 21st, 28th May

Saturday Concerts in Market Square
Free entertainment, 11am – 3.30pm.

8th, 15th 22nd, 29th May

Sunday Concerts at Candie Gardens
Free music concert from 3 – 4pm.

8th May

Open Garden at Grange Court
Food and entertainment 10am – 4pm in aid of Mencap. Adults £5, children free.

9th May

Liberation Day
Events around St Peter Port.

13th – 21st May

Sure Festival of Comedy
10th anniversary year of the comedy festival. Ticketed events.

15th May

Taste Guernsey Seafront Sunday with the GSPCA
Usual Taste Guernsey Seafront events and stalls along the seafront in St Peter Port with donations to the GSPCA.

28th May

Shrine of the Sacred Heart
Seashell shrine created in a German searchlight bunker at Hommet Headland, Vazon. Open from 2 – 4pm. Free entry.

28th- 29th May

The Big Geek
Obsessive collection of geeky things at Candie Museum.

Visit Guernsey

Floral St Peter Port
Flight & Hotel
Flight and hotel
Liberation Day balloons
Fly Drive
Flight, hotel, car hire & airport parking included


About the author

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: