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What’s On in Alderney – Spring 2017

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Heritage, wildlife, literature and the arts

Alderney’s spring calendar celebrates the diversity of the island with an event for all aspects of island life.

March

24 March

Alderney Literary Festival
A range of speakers include authors, poets and biographers.

April

12 – 19 April

Alderney’s key celebration week as part of the Channel Islands Heritage Festival.

13 April

A Potful of Poetry
Cuisine and poetry at The Georgian House.

15 April

Alderney Week fundraising week
Children’s party games and a disco to raise money for Alderney Week.

Alderney train

16 April

Bunny Express
Join the Easter bunny onboard Alderney’s steam train from Braye Station.

17 April

Shark egg hunt
Join Alderney Wildlife Trust on Braye beach and hunt for shark, skate and ray eggs as well as a few chocolate ones!

17 April

Bell Tower Open Morning
Discover the only 12 bell peal in the Channel Islands at St Anne’s Church.

18 & 25 April

Tapestry Talk
Join the talk about the Bayeaux and Alderney Tapestry, 6pm in the library.

1 May

Rambling Month
Events and tours exploring the island.

milk-o-punch

7 May

Milk-a-Punch Sunday
Pubs across the island may offer you Alderney’s traditional brew made with rum. See Visit Alderney for more details (contact below).

25 May

Star Party
Star gazing with astronomer Mike Maunder at Arsenal Football Field, 9.30pm. Contact mike.speedibrews@gmail.com for more details.

26 – 29 May

Alderney Performing Arts Festival
A celebration of music, art and performance.

27 May – 3 June

Alderney Wildlife Week
Walks, talks and activities looking at Alderney’s diverse nature and wildflowers.

29 May

Coastal Run
An event for walkers and runners organised by Run Alderney.

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Christina's early memories include boarding a plane to visit Kuwait at the age of two and taking big family holidays in Scotland, Cornwall and France. After enjoying time teaching in London and Holland and marrying into a family spread from Ireland to the Channel Islands and America, it is no surprise that along with husband Julian they trekked around the world when three of their five children were small. Christina now runs the family company and writes and helps with the Travelsmith web and social media sites. Email: christinaclark@travelsmith.co.uk