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Liberation Day

09 May is Liberation Day, a significant date in the island's calendar marking the end of the Second World War. The Channel Islands were infamously the only UK territories to be occupied by German Forces. Expect live music, historical reenactments, food stalls, on-stage entertainment and much, much more. More details on the programme coming soon.

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Liberation Square
Saint Helier
St. Helier

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