St Stephen's Church, Les Gravees, St Peter Port, GY1
From 03:00 pm to 04:30 pm
A visit to St Stephen’s church to see the famous Pre-Raphaelite William Morris windows which are of international importance. Find out what inspired the artists. These memorials have local family links to “The Lady with the Lamp” and an Academy Award-winning film as well as international trade and commerce.
This stunning walk takes in Renoir’s stay in the summer of 1883 and Victor Hugo’s frequent visits to Moulin Huet. Visit the cottage Renoir painted in his famous masterpiece and where Hugo picnicked, now privately owned by Korinne’s family and normally inaccessible to the public. Enjoy a tea stop along the way.
Guernsey Folk and Costume Museum, Saumarez Pak, Route de Cobo, Castel, GY5
From 11:00 am to 03:00 pm
ho were James St. Vincent de Saumarez, Quilter, Edouard Andre, Mat San? How did they influence the development of Saumarez Park? Where was the Japanese temple, Japanese house, torii gate, the roller skating rink? What’s in the Walled Garden?
Pembroke Bus Terminus, Les Hurles, Pembroke, Vale, GY3
From 03:00 pm to 05:30 pm
A tour in and around Chouet headland taking in towers and tombs, granite and golf, rallying and racing. With stories from the amazing literary creation: The Book of Ebenezer Le Page by Gerald Basil Edwards. .
St Martin's Village Car Park, Grande Rue, St Martin's, GY4
From 03:00 pm to 05:00 pm
Your guide Keith’s family remained on Guernsey throughout WWII. The family lived in St Martin’s – join him as you walk through this beautiful parish. With original photographs and documents, this tour is packed with anecdotes and memories, including a real life potato peel story!
This interesting tour visits various WWII German fortifications on the island of Alderney, including a large coastal defence gun battery, the remains of the only SS labour camp on British soil and its Commandant's tunnel, two underground tunnels built by mostly Russian forced labour under the Organisation Todt, a heavily fortified infantry Strongpoint and an infantry position built within an old Roman fort.
Guernsey Tourist Information Centre, North Esplanade, St Peter Port, GY1
From 11:30 am to 01:30 pm
Hear Jan’s family stories of being evacuated as a child aged 10, and returning home, of being occupied as a teenager and then liberated. Life under German rule and places mentioned in the Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society book.