Liberation Day is the most important day in Guernsey's calendar but once again,
we will need to celebrate it in a different way this year.
While the island is now restriction-free internally, Liberation Day activities in Town will be limited.
Instead, there will be a focus on celebrating with family, friends and neighbours within our parish communities.
Public Health has released an advice reference for those looking to hold events of 100 people or over.
Liberation Day is the most important day in Guernsey’s calendar and commemorates the islands’ freedom from the German Occupation during World War II.
Celebrated annually on 9th May, the festivities provide an opportunity for islanders to remember the days of Occupation, which played such a monumental role in shaping both the landscape and the lives of the people of Guernsey.
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Join the Liberation Day Community
We would love to hear from anyone who may not normally take part in the day but is keen to join us. This could be anything from running a stall to performing or volunteering to be a marshal on the day. We want to continue bringing Guernsey together - supporting one another - on such an important day for the Bailiwick.