Step into spring with Visit Guernsey's collection of self-guided walks, which range from an easy wander through town to a strenuous cliff walk for the more serious hikers among us.
We've picked 5 of our favourites. Enjoy getting outside no matter which you choose.
Get in touch if you've got an event coming up, we'd love to hear from you!
Walk for 30 minutes every day during the month of April. It's the perfect way to get active and spend time outdoors as the evenings get lighter and support Les Bourgs hospice.
Mondays, Tuesdays & Fridays
Chat to people, make new friends and find out about activities, support and services in the community.
This weekly run takes place every week at Pembroke, running purely for your own enjoyment whatever your pace... with a post run coffee at The Beach House.
Rest and unwind with these free women only yoga sessions, brought to you by Be Inspired and Guernsey Mind.
Friday 16 April
Get your weekend off to a great start with this mini-retreat, designed to sooth your mind, body and spirit with an evening of nurture and restoration.
Friday 30th April
This show of original artworks is a chance to lift your spirits, feed your soul and support Guernsey artists.
Tuesday evenings or Wednesday afternoons
This free mindfulness based stress reduction course is the perfect way to relax and unwind as life returns to "normal".
Events start on 27 April
Thursday 29 April - Friday 14 May
Here's a round up of this year's poetry events at the Guernsey Literary Festival, showcasing a wide range of work by both local and visiting writers.
Tuesday 27 April
Fergus Dunlop asks: Could a Classic Bentley Circumnavigate the Med? Join him at the Guernsey Literary Festival to find out!
Thursday 6 May
Gerald Hough tells his father's story of capture, escape and evasion as he crossed Allied lines. He captures the character of Tony's generation, who fought to give us peace in our time.
Wednesday 12 May
Guerseyman Mat Desforges shares his story at the Guernsey Literary Festival, and takes us through the sustainable solutions he found to help him live a generally happier life.
Tuesday 11 May
Jacqueline Novogratz is the Founder & CEO of Acumen, a non-profit fund which has helped hundreds of millions of low-income people worldwide. At the Festival she outlines practices to build a better world.
Thursday 13 May
Join Tom Rivett-Carnac as he discussed the Stubborn Optimist's Guide to Surviving the Climate Crisis... telling us in no uncertain terms what we must do to fend off disaster!
Friday 14 May
...And What They Taught Me! Teacher and writer Kate Clanchy wants to change the world and thinks school is an excellent place to do it. Join her as she celebrates this most creative, passionate and practically useful of jobs.
Reflect on leadership and what makes a good Prime Minister over breakfast with political journalist Steve Richards.
Saturday 15 May
Calling all Chocolat lovers! Join bestselling author Joanne Harris to discuss the inspiration behind her latest novels and explore the power of folklore.
Christie Watson's book is a vital and timely book about inspirational nurses, and the bravery of patients and families; hear her story at the Guernsey Literary Festival.
Round up the kids and pop along to the ever popular family events at this year's Guernsey Literary Festival.
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