18 March 2020
Dog First Aid Course 630pm at the GSPCA Wednesday 18th March - find details here to book your place
Guernsey Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (GSPCA)

On Wednesday 18th March we hold our first dog first aid course of 2020 at the GSPCA with a focus on helping save your dogs life. Taking the course will be GSPCA Manager Steve Byrne who has over 23 years working in the field of animal rescue and with over 3000 animals through the doors every year at the GSPCA the team see cases of animal first aid on a daily basis here in Guernsey. Steve Byrne GSPCA Manager said “We have been running dog and cat first aid courses for over five years and have trained over 250 participants to help save animals lives.” "We have ‘Casper’ who is our model first aid dog a bit like the Annie doll many may know for humans and he is a great way to show and learn how to carry out CPR on an unconscious dog." "We also have a Cat First Aid Course in April and another Dog First Aid Course in November." "As owners of pets our worst fear is not knowing what to do if our four legged friend has an injury and this training helps pet owners learn and understand ways to help save your pets life." The dates for the first aid courses are: Dog First Aid 6.30pm - 8.45pm Wednesday 18th March 2020 - Ref - Dog 18/03 Cat First Aid 6.30pm - 8.45pm Monday 8th April 2020 - Ref - Cat 8/4 Dog First Aid 6.30pm - 8.45pm Monday 25th November 2020 - Ref - Dog 25/11 All first aid courses are a minimum £20 donation and you must book your place by 5pm before the course. Within the sessions you get the chance to learn about what to do if you were faced with an emergency situation with your dog or cat. All participants receive handouts, a few goodies and a certificate. To book your place call 01481 257261 or pay via the paypal link below using the reference code so we are aware which you would like to attend -

21 March 2020
Sidney's presents Niqi Brown as Tina Turner in aid of the GSPCA Saturday 21st March
Guernsey Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (GSPCA)

After an amazing Christmas and New Year events Sidney’s Sponsored Events are starting the new decade with another amazing show stopper. On Saturday, 21 March 2020 from 19:30-22:30 at the Duke of Richmond Hotel from the UK Nigi Brown as Tina Turner will be entertaining the crowds. Book your tickets now for this fantastic night of entertainment where you can dance, sing and have fun. The dress code is smart casual or dress the part and with your ticket you can enjoy a two course meal and raffle. Tables of up to 12 and smaller parties always welcome. All this for just £48 per person with all funds in aid of the GSPCA. To book contact or call 07911720469 Steve Byrne GSPCA Manager said “Sidney’s Sponsored Events do so much for the GSPCA as well as other charities and with another amazing event planned for this March we hope you can join us all for Niqi Brown as Tina Turner.” “For those that attended the Christmas and New Year Eve events run by Corinne and the Sidney Sponsored Event team you will know you will be set for a great night.” “Book early to avoid disappointment and a huge thanks again to Corinne and her team.” For more details please visit

25 March 2020
GSPCA Pub Quiz at the Cock and Bull Wednesday 25th March 2020
Guernsey Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (GSPCA)

On Wednesday 25th March GSPCA team members are holding a Pub Quiz at the Cock & Bull to raise funds for the many animals in our care and 24/7 work at the GSPCA. Organisors Beckie Bailey and Nicolle Morgan are asking you 'are you an animal whizz?' and if so 'come and test your knowledge. Details £30 per table Maximum of 6 people to a table/team 100% proceeds to the GSPCA Sit down is at 730pm as quiz starts at 8pm Prizes, raffle and laughter = puuuuuurrrrrfect night! How to book? If you would like to book a table please - email phone 01481 257261 Please book before 11th March 2020 *There is a 50% deposit which must be paid to secure your table (non-refundable)* Beckie said "We are really excited about the Pub Quiz at the Cock & Bull on the 25th March and hope that we get a full house so please do call or email to book early." "We help over 3000 animals through the doors at the GSPCA and help so many more and with all proceeds going to help our work this is a really great way to support and help animals in Guernsey." Nicolle said "I work mainly on the small animal department and we have so many in need of vet care and new homes and the funds raised from the Pub Quiz will help so many animals." "Please do share the poster to help us promote this event and share the details on social media so we can get as many there as we can." To download a poster please click here

30 March 2020
Online event BakeWithLuce Monday 11am raising funds for the animals at the GSPCA
Guernsey Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (GSPCA)

One of our wonderful volunteers who helps each Monday and been very much missing walking the dogs and helping around the GSPCA has decided to help some much needed funds for the GSPCA. Check out this great online event this Monday - Lucy Radford tells us all about it “When I started bakewithluce it was never just about business. I simply wanted to try and live a more fulfilling and inspiring life. So where do you find that? in others of course... The team at the GSPCA are such an inspiration and for the past 6 months I've been volunteering. Every Monday 8am-10am I offer up my time and am usually found in the kennels. I take the woofers out for their morning stroll (and poop). It's a great start to my 'working' week and I'm missing it. However, it is not my time that is needed currently but money towards their running costs. This bakewithluce LIVE is a GSPCA special. We can still 'share the joy' and I'm hoping for just two pounds from anyone that joins. There are plenty of ways to donate more if you wish (found on the GSPCA website) but for this event please only two pounds. thank you xx” Steve Byrne GSPCA Manager said “With all our events postponed, boarding at an all time low and our charity shop closed raising funds for the animals in our care has NEVER been so important.” “We are missing all of our amazing volunteers and Lucy has been a real star over the last 6 months.” “To donate to Lucy’s Just Giving page please go to and to check out her facebook page where this event will take place on Monday at 11am please go to .” “There many great ways and ideas to raise funds for the animals in our care on our website and to donate to our newly launched #GSPCACoronavirusAppeal please go to .”


02 April 2020
C.I. Human Capital Summit: The Future of Work 2020
Bright Futures LBG

04 April 2020
Spring Plant Stall
Plant Heritage Guernsey

9:00am - 12noon Sausmarez Manor Farmers' Market Free entrance Lots of colour for your garden now and going forward.

15 April 2020
EVENT CANCELLED - Guernsey Sands April Community Meet
SANDS Guernsey

**In light of the Coronavirus and lockdown, we have decided to cancel our April Community Meet. At present we will won't yet cancel our May event but will keep an eye on advice provided by the States of Guernsey and the Public Health Service. Our befrienders can still be contacted on Thank you for your understanding.** Guernsey Sands (Stillbirth and Neonatal Death Society) has a local support group who can offer emotional support and practical help if your baby has died during late pregnancy, at birth or shortly afterwards. Our friendly and relaxed monthly community meets are an opportunity for bereaved parents, relatives and close friends to meet with others who have been through a similar experience. We aim to meet every month from 7.30pm-9.30pm. You are more than welcome to turn up on the day but if you wish, you can confirm your attendance by phone or email. Our next meet is on Wednesday 15 April at St Stephen's Community Centre Meeting Room. m: 07781 103435 e:

15 April 2020
GSPCA Share the Rainbow & Pets Drawing competition – closing date 15th April 2020
Guernsey Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (GSPCA)

Today the GSPCA have launched a Drawing Competition which we are asking you to include the Stay Safe Rainbow and your pets or animals that you really like. A winner and runner up will be chosen from each age group which will include a GSPCA T-Shirt and other goodies which we will update you on soon. The age groups are – 5 years and under 6 – 11 years old 12 to 17 years old And for those a little older 18 and over so we can all get involved Entry fee is a minimum donation of £5 per entry and please reference your entrance with your name and contact details via our paypal link - or over the phone by calling 01481 257261 9am to 5pm Monday to Saturday or Sunday 11am to 4pm You can post your entries to GSPCA, Rue des Truchots, St Andrews, Guernsey GY6 8UD, or even safer and stay in please take a photo of your entries and email them to us via or you can send them via our facebook messages . Please DO NOT visit the GSPCA with your entries at this time but if you have queries please call 01481 257261 or email us. Entries close midnight on the 15th April 2020 This competition was thought up by one of our team Emma Topley to help raise funds for the many animals in our care and will be judged by our amazing artist and award winning staff member Beckie Bailey. Emma Topley GSPCA Staff Member said “This is a great way we can all support the Shelter while many have to stay safe at home.” “We’ve got many rainbows around the GSPCA sharing the #StaySafe message and we wanted to run an event that everyone can get involved with young and old and we really don’t mind how artistic they are, you just need to include the rainbow and at least one animal which could be your pets or anything really, it is just a bit of fun.” Beckie Bailey GSPCA Staff Member said “I’m really looking forward seeing all the entries with rainbows and animals.” “This is a great way to get all the family involved and you can enter as many entries as you like but it is £5 minimum entry donation and every penny will help the many animals in our care and our 24 hour work.” Steve Byrne GSPCA Manager “What a great competition Emma has created to raise funds and spread the #StaySafe #GuernseyTogether and #ShareTheRainbow message.” “We are really missing all the events we would be attending and organising which not only raise essential funds, but also show case and promote our work.” “Earlier this week we launched our #GSPCACoronavirusCrisisAppeal and we have had an incredible response and can’t thank everyone enough that has donated so far, but with no events and only one boarding cat in our care we are doing all we can to raise the £2000 needed to run the Shelter each day.” “We battle on with our essential work rescuing animals, rehabilitating wildlife and so much more but without public support we cannot achieve so much.” “Having children at home myself and other family members indoors this is a great way to have a bit of show and also help raise funds for the animals in our care with some great prizes for the winner and runner up in each category.” "On a trip out with the children yesterday on our bikes for our exercise time we counted an amaing 187 rainbows and we are hoping our competition wil help add many more around the islands or from anywhere across the world." “If you aren’t feeling arty then you can still donate to our #GSPCACoronavirusCrisisAppeal by calling 01481 257261 or online .” “Good luck one and all and we can’t wait to see your entries.” In line with States of Guernsey advice please DO NOT visit the GSPCA if you are over 65, have an underlying health condition or have any symptoms of Coronavirus and only visit us if your visit is essential but before doing so please call us on 01481 257261 or email before your trip to the GSPCA to see if we can help without you coming to the Shelter. For the latest information and advice please visit

23 April 2020
Annual Seminar - Engaging with lived experience
Lloyds Bank Foundation for the Channel Islands

Thursday 23 April, 12.30-16.30 Harry Bound Room, Les Cotils, St Peter Port The annual seminar will open for registration at 12:30 with a buffet lunch and networking. The programme will start at 13.15 and includes: 13.25-14.10 Keynote Speech: Paula Harriott, Head of Prisoner Engagement, Prisoners Reform Trust 14.10-14.40 Panel Session: Local Representatives talking about their experience of engaging with lived experience. 14.50-16.05 Interactive Workshop: facilitated session focused on putting the principles into practice when engaging with lived experience including hint and tips which you can take back to your own charity. Closing at 16.30. To register: Any enquiries to the Foundation:

27 April 2020
Chatsworth and the Devonshire Family Collections
The Arts Society Guernsey

Art collections of the Devonshire Family 1549 to the present day. Lectures by Simon Seligman: Afternoon (4:30-5:30pm) Evening (7-8pm)