Lihou Island Family Folklore Walk

Join tour guide Soo Wellfair on an exciting adventure for all the family. After walking across the causeway to the magical little island of Lihou (one of Guernsey’s beautiful sister islands which is reachable on foot!) you will spend some time at the former priory site, where you will hear some amazing stories of folklore from every parish in Guernsey. Listen to stories about the island's famous fairies and elves, a phantom pig, witches, a giant cricket bat and much more!

After the storytelling session you'll be invited to enjoy some complimentary Guernsey Gâche (a traditional tea bread, pronounced ‘Gosh’) and a hot drink, before you are free to explore the rest of the island at your leisure. Why not bring a picnic with you to enjoy?

Three dates will be available during Heritage75, as follows:

Sunday 7th June
Meet at the L'Eree headland, by the Lihou noticeboard at the start of the causeway at 12:50pm. You will need to be back in Guernsey by 4:19pm so please make sure you leave plenty of time to cross back over.

Tuesday 7th July
Meet at the L'Eree headland, by the Lihou noticeboard at the start of the causeway at 12:40pm. You will need to be back in Guernsey by 4:32pm so please make sure you leave plenty of time to cross back over.

Wednesday 22nd July
Meet at the L'Eree headland, by the Lihou noticeboard at the start of the causeway at 1:00pm. You will need to be back in Guernsey by 4.19pm so please make sure you leave plenty of time to cross back over.

Price: £8.00 per adult. Children under 16 years old are FREE. Booking is essential as spaces will be limited.

Please email Soo Wellfair to reserve your spot.