Watch the island burst into colour.

Each Spring, life transforms the Bailiwick into a kaleidoscope of energy and hues. From the overflowing hanging baskets in the harbour to the wildflowers drenching the cliffs in yellow and purple; the westerly orchid fields to the beautiful bluebell woods.

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Guernsey’s temperate climate makes it the perfect larder for an abundance of local produce that never travel far from the soil to your plate. Spring is the season when the island’s shores start brimming with seafood and the famous local crab get showcased on restaurant menus.

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The Bailiwick is home to a wealth of wildlife that breed new life in Spring. From mid-March, puffins come to the islands to breed. Catch a boat to go on a puffin patrol or visit the North of Herm Island to visit the Atlantic grey seal pups.

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Heritage Sites

Visit Castle Cornet in Spring to enjoy its four period gardens in bloom; find the hidden forts & Germans bunkers under budding foliage or explore Guernsey neolithic burial grounds.

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Walking in Spring

Spring sunshine and mild weather make this an ideal time to enjoy Guernsey’s rural and coastal paths. Admire the budding foliage by visiting during the Annual Spring Walking Festival or take advantage of one of the many walking routes across the island!

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What's on

22 Aug 2020

The Donkey Derby

The Lions Club of Guernsey will be holding their annual donkey Derby on the 17th August.

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27 Sep 2020 14:30 - 16:00

William Henry Pengelley RN – A Naval Life

Keith Pengelley of Thinking On Your Feet will discuss his grandfather’s incredible life in Royal Naval service. Follow William from his entry as a Boy Sailor through to his eventual demob in 1945.

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23 Aug 2020 14:30 - 16:00

Ebenezer Le Page – The Story of A Guernsey Man

Keith Pengelley of Thinking On Your Feet is joined by Steve Foote of Blue Ormer Publishing in order to discuss the story of The Book of Ebenezer Le Page – a 20th Century literary classic.

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