The Fermain Valley Hotel hosts a number of events throughout the year from cinema nights to festive gatherings and active breaks.
Heritage Guernsey FestivalFriday 3rd April - Monday 11th May Details to be announced soon.
Sinatra Tribute Night at The VenueBe swung by the swoon of classy Sinatra for a whole evenings entertainment at The Venue on Friday the 17th of April 2015, 7pm until late. £50 per person (dress to impress). Ticket includes: Arrival drink 3 Course evening meal DJ and dancing Contact: 01481 213281 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to make a reservation.
Western Wonders Cycle TourExplore the headland at L'Erée with its Neolithic burial chamber, Napoleonic fort and other fortifications. The tour includes the mysterious Table de Pions (Fairy Ring) at Pleinmont and a stop for refreshments at Portelet. Tour starts at 2pm (meet at L'Erée car park). Price: Adults £15, children aged 5 - 16 £8.50, under 5s FREE. Please enquire at reception for bike hire information.
Spring Walking FestivalSaturday 2nd May - Sunday 16th May 2015 Choose from a diverse range of guided walks for differing abilities and enjoy the opportunity to learn more about Guernsey's rich history. Learn about Guernsey Heroes, Walk from Fort to Fort on the west coast or take a trip to Herm and discover its secrets. From just £6 per half day and a free walk voucher included within the festival leaflet, the Spring Walking Festival is a great way to get some exercise and explore Guernsey. Further details will be available nearer the time.
Island History Guided CruiseBoard to yellow catamaran, Bumblebee and travel around the coast to see castles and defences from the Napoleonic Wars and WW2. Learn about pirates, smugglers and privateers and the island's rich maritime and trading history. Price: £27.50 adults, £17.50 children.
Hafenschloss Re-enactmentDiscover what life in wartime Guernsey was like for both islanders and the occupying forces. Specialist re-enactment teams will be setting up camp in Castle Cornet so visitors can experience the reality of occupied life for residents and soldiers. At the end of they day, the troops will surrender and the Castle will be freed. Price: Entry into the Castle for adults £10, seniors £9, accompanied children under 7 FREE, children 7+ and students £2.50, family £23 and tour groups £9. Discovery pass holders admitted FREE.
Evacuation, Occupation, Liberation & Potato Peel Pie Guided WalkExplore the historical town of St Peter Port and discover its fascinating streets, steps and alleyways with Gold accredited guide, Gill Girard. Meet on the roof of Pier 17 restaurant, Albert Pier. Price: £10 per person.
Liberation Day 2015Saturday 9th May will mark the 70th anniversary of Guernsey's Liberation. The theme is "remember and celebrate with island pride" as both residents and visitors reflect on the years of the Occupation and the feeling of joy experienced on Wednesday 9th May 1945. A full day of activities is planned including the outdoor Church service, the Condor Liberation Cavalcade and lots more entertainment in St Peter Port. The annual LibRock concert will the focal point of the evening in North Beach car park and rounding off the evening will be a show-stopping firework display in the skies above St Peter Port. For more information, please visit the website.
Fort Hommet Open DayFind out more about one of Guernsey's most prominent West Coast defences that was operational from 1943 - 1945. Price: Adults £2.50 and children £1.50.
Vraic DayA celebration of vraic (Guernsey French for seaweed) gathered with horse and cart by St Peter's parishioners for centuries. Vraic was used to enrich crops and provide domestic fuel to burn throughout the winter. The event includes story tellers, cooking demos, foraging walks, kayak trips, traditional stalls, children's activities and much more. Free entry; head to the Lihou end of L'Erée Beach.
Seafront SundayOrganised by Taste Guernsey, Seafront Sundays see the seafront in St Peter Port closed to traffic and transformed into a sea of market stalls and alfresco dining. Take part in cookery demonstrations and free tastings of a variety of dishes. A brilliant way to spend a Sunday, discover the taste of Guernsey. The seafront is closed for 8 Sundays between 24th May and 27th September.