What's On this Bank Holiday Weekend?

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Make sure you don't miss anything this bank holiday weekend with our round up of What's On.

Sustainable Market at Les Cotils (Picture by Ben Fiore, 25591008).

Friday Evening

Euchre drive at the Vale Church Hall, 7.30pm. Call Violet on 247389.

Sports Association for the disabled meets at KGV Clubhouse, 7-9pm. Tel. 258819.

Liberate, Guernsey’s LGBTQ+ charity, Rainbow Chorus, a choir involving singing and movement, meet most Fridays at GTA University Centre, St Peter Port at 7.30pm. Details on Liberate Facebook event page or email


Smile for Georgie Foundation’s Jump for Joy tandem parachute jump over Guernsey with Skydive Jersey, taking place on Saturday, Sunday and Monday. For more information contact Jenny on 07781 190781 or email or website

The Guernsey Conservation Volunteers will be working at Les Tielles, Torteval, removing sour fig (Hottentot fig) so that native coastal plants can grow again. Meet at 10am in Les Tielles car park (Perry’s page 26 D4). New members welcome, no experience necessary. For more information contact Angela on 721163 or log on to

Saturday Bingo Club at the Royal British Legion Northern Branch Hall. Doors open at noon, eyes down at 1.30pm. £2 entry with a charity house game each week.


The Shrine of the Sacred Heart, located in a bunker at Fort Hommet, Vazon, is open and free to the public from 2-4pm (weather permitting). Information can be found at

Sausmarez Manor Farmers Market, 9am to noon. Tel 235571.

Victorian Walled Kitchen Garden at Saumarez Park with garden produce for sale, 10am-4pm. Call 246960 or

Normandie Markets at North Beach car park, all day on Saturday, Sunday and Monday.


Spiritual healing at the Guernsey Healing and Spiritual Centre, St Saviour’s Community Centre, 10am-noon.

Dragonflies 3, for dads, grandads and male carers. Not at the usual location so check Facebook Page for information or contact 720382.

The L’vair Project drop-in social event at the Mind Centre, Town Arsenal, St Peter Port, 9.30-11.30am. Anyone with mental health issues welcome to pop in.


Candie Garden Concerts: Andre Reece-Sheerin will be performing from 3-4pm (in theatre if wet).

Friends of Sri-Lanka car boot sale at Specsavers, 11am to 2pm. £6 per car. Tel. Nicky on 07911 719317 or Graham on 07781 436936.

Guernsey’s Sustainable Market at Les Cotils, St Peter Port, from 1-4pm. Bring your own containers and shop in a more sustainable way.

Guernsey Walking Football Club at KGV outdoor 3G pitches, 8.45-10am. £5 per session. All ages and abilities welcome. More information available on Facebook, Twitter (@GsyWalkingFC) or call Paul Wheatley on 07839 732008 or Rick Batiste on 07781 413371.

Walking for Health: a free 30 minute walk, starting from Bordeaux kiosk at 4.30pm. Call 707311 for further details.

Bank Holiday Monday

Guernsey Museum Twilight Cinema at Castle Cornet: The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society film. Additional screening on bank holiday and Tuesday 27, doors open at 6pm for 7pm start. Hot and cold food and drinks will be served 6-7pm on both nights. Tickets available at or by calling the Box Office on 747200.

Club Bons Amis, an over 50s social/walking group, meeting at the car park past L’Ancresse kiosk (Perry’s page 7 E2) at 10am. All welcome.

Guided tours at the GSPCA at 2pm. Minimum donation: £7 per person, £5 per child, £20 for family of four/£18 with Island Mums card. The tours take around 80 minutes. See in many of the departments, interact with some of the friendly residents and a variety of species. Tours are 20 people max, so book early on 257261 or paypal: and indicate date and time of tour you would like and names of those attending.

An Antique Vintage and Collectable Fair at St Pierre Park Hotel, 9.30am to 5.30pm. Free admission and easy parking. Contact David Walker on 246115 for further details.

Charlotte Le

By Charlotte Le
News reporter

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