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Thursday 9 May 2014 marked the 69th anniversary of the Liberation of Guernsey from the occupying German Forces after five long dark years.
Liberation Day continues to be an important and poignant day in the history of the Island. Families, friends and visitors to Guernsey celebrate the priceless concept of freedom and enjoy a day filled with the pageantry of Church and Military Vehicle parades as well as wide range of entertainment and activity for all age groups.

This year i decided to sit back and enjoy a few hours with my son instead rushing round like a blue arsed fly like i normally do.

Unfortunately i didn't get to take in all of the day due to an afternoon flight to the mainland. (Stay tuned to our Blog for more info on why we visited Old Trafford)

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Category:Lifestyle and Recreation
Subcategory:Special Events
Subcategory Detail:Anniversary
Keywords:69th year, Guernsey event photographer, Guernsey landscape photographer, Guernsey portrait photographer, Liberation Day, celebrations, channel islands, guernsey photographer, john-ross hainey, jr photography, world war 2