We want as many people and around the world to be able to experience our Liberation Day here in Guernsey. A number of events are being livestreamed and can be viewed below.
The traditional Church Service at the Town Church will take place alongside services across the Island's churches to mark the day at 11 am. The full service, including all music and hymns, is being livestreamed and can be viewed below. The livestream will begin at 10.45am with the church service beginning at 11am.
Download the service sheet here. Copyright hymns are used by permission under CCL license no 2328071.
Approximately 100 military vehicles and motorbikes from the Guernsey Military Vehicle Group, classic cars from the Old Car Club and tractors will travel over 30 miles on the afternoon of Liberation Day. Decorated tractors will join them at Pembroke until the end of the route and Islanders will be able to pick any spot around the Island to watch the cavalcade go past. Read more about the cavalcade here.
A livestream will begin at 3.50pm with the cavalcade passing our cameras at approximately 4pm on the day so be sure to tune in to watch live.
The traditional fireworks always signal the end of the day’s celebrations and will be launched from their usual location at Castle Cornet. To ensure as many people can view them as possible we will be livestreaming the full fireworks show below. The livestream will begin at 9pm with the fireworks display taking place at approximately 9.15pm.