LIBERATION DAY 2020

YOUR GUIDE TO THIS YEAR'S CELEBRATIONS

Here you'll find all the information you'll need on this year's celebrations. 

All the usual and well loved events are back for 2020 including the relay race, Home Front Marquee, Cavalcade and Fireworks.

We hope to see you there on the day!

TIMELINE FOR THE DAY

9am – Guernsey Schools Relay Race

9.40am – Liberation Parade ‘fall in’ at North Beach

11am – Town Church Service

10.30am - 4.30pm Waitrose NAAFI Tea Tent on Albany 

12 noon – 10.30pm – Live Music and Entertainment in Home Front Marquee

2.30pm - Cavalcade

2pm – 5pm – Liberation Day Music at the Castle

4pm - 10.30pm - Randalls Beer tent open 

5pm – Band of the Royal Armoured Corps. – Home Front Marquee

9.30pm – Fireworks Display

PARKING & SHUTTLES

 

The following areas will be updated with more details when plans are confirmed.

 

PARK AND RIDE

There will be parking available at three park and ride locations this year with a shuttle into town from each.

BUSES - The bus terminus will move temporarily to La Salerie

CAR PARKING​ - to accommodate the changes to infrastructure parking in the following areas will be affected in the lead up and just after Liberation Day, details to follow:

La Salerie 

North Beach 

Victoria (Crown) Pier

Albert Pier 

The Albany 

Castle Emplacement 

ACCESSIBLE PARKING - TBC

KEEP OUR ISLAND GREEN & CLEAN

There will be plenty of bins around on all the piers, and along the Quay. Please use them and dispose of your rubbish correctly. We want to avoid any rubbish ending up in the harbour, so please help us and use the bins. They will be emptied throughout the day to ensure they don't overflow. 

The Liberation Day organisers would like to thank the following for their help and support:

The Bailiff’s Office, Government House, The Dean of Guernsey, Guernsey Post, Collenette Jones, On Screen Creations, The Guernsey Music Service, Max Wong, The Arts Commission, B Creative, Octopus Restaurant, filmmakers Martin Morgan, Chris Denton and Jane Holmes, Visit Guernsey, The Royal British Legion, BBC Radio Guernsey and The States of Guernsey Communications Team.