|April 27, 2018 10:00 am||to||April 29, 2018 4:00 pm|
The Guernsey Boat Show is firmly back in the calendar of Guernsey’s popular outdoor events and will take place on the Crown Pier and in Victoria Marina from Friday 27 to Sunday 29 April 2018 inclusive.
The format for the 2018 Guernsey Boat Show, organised by the Guernsey Marine Traders Association (GMTA), will be similar to last year and will see boat builders, yacht brokers, marine specialists and boating, clothing and accessory retailers coming together to showcase their products and services both in and outside The Pavilion marquee on Crown Pier and on the water in Victoria Marina, St Peter Port, Guernsey.
David Norman, President of the GMTA said “The feedback from the 2017 Guernsey Boat Show far exceeded expectations. I am delighted for both boating enthusiasts and GMTA members that there is such demand and commitment to see the Guernsey Boat Show back on an annual basis. We are looking forward to a show this April that is bigger, with more exhibitors, and which will be open for longer hours over the three days of 27-29 April.”
|May 5, 2018|
|10:00 am||to||8:00 pm|
The 2018 Santander International Siam Cup will see old rivals Jersey and Guernsey Raiders meet in the annual clash, this year at Footes Lane Guernsey.
In addition to the first team game matches will played between the seconds for the Fallaize Cup, the Veterans for the Nash Cup and the Guernsey Ladies will look to continue their winning streak of six wins against the reds.
Tables for the corporate hospitality pavilion have sold out as have stand tickets but a few supporters lunch tickets at £35 are still available along with gate only tickets. To purchase your tickets please click here.
|May 9, 2018|
Wednesday 9 May 2018 will mark the 73rd anniversary of the Liberation of Guernsey after five long years of occupation by the German forces. Liberation Day continues to be an important and poignant day in the history of the Island.
Families, friends and visitors to Guernsey will once again celebrate that most priceless commodity of all – freedom – as they enjoy a day filled with the pageantry of the Church Parade as well as a range of entertainment and activities for all age groups from 9am right through the day and in to the evening.
Schedules and further information of all the day’s activities, as well as those events taking place on the days preceding and following the day itself will be published on the Liberation Day website in due course.
|June 16, 2018 9:00 am||to||June 22, 2018 10:00 am|
The third Only Fools and Donkeys charity ride will take place in June 2018 travelling along the Loire from Vannes, through Nantes, Angers, Chinon and Amboise before finishing at Chateau Chambord just outside Orleans.
55 riders will take on the challenge of the six day ride completing either a 55/60 or 80/85 mile per day route or for the very keen we’ve added a 100 mile route!
All funds raised from the ride will stay on island supporting charities include Le Rondin School, Guernsey Sports Association for the Disabled, Active, Monday Club, Headway, Le Murier School and Autism Guernsey.
For more information about the ride and the work Only Fools and Donkeys does please visit their website.