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Visit Guernsey & Receive a Free Novel

Guernsey holiday deal with Sherpa Expeditions


The long-awaited film adaption of the international bestselling novel ‘The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society’ will premiere in UK cinemas next week, on the 20th April 2018. To celebrate the occasion, we are giving away free copies of the book by Annie Barrows and Mary Ann Schaffer.

 

Book on the Guernsey Islands – Channel Island Way  or Jersey: The Channel Island Way walking holiday and receive the novel that the film is based on*

Book before 31 May 2018 on the Guernsey Islands – Channel Island Way or Jersey: The Channel Island Way walking holidays and travel before 25 October 2018 and we will send you the novel together with your Final Documentation.

 

Directed by BAFTA-award winning Mike Newell and starring Lily James and Michiel Huisman, the film shines a light on Guernsey’s occupation during World War II. The Channel Islands were the only part of the British Isles that were under German control during the war and evidence of their stay is still widely visible today.


Guernsey walking holidays with Sherpa Expeditions


Guernsey walking holiday deals

 

Sherpa Expeditions Manager Tali Emdin explains:

 

“The Guernsey Occupation, between June 1940 and May 1945, shaped the islands into what they are today. It left a lasting legacy and, to this day, the coastline still bears testament to this time, dotted with well-preserved fortifications built by German soldiers.

 

History aficionados will find that the island’s heritage, including those five tempestuous years, is depicted in stunning detail through a whole host of museums, which aim to recreate those dark days with gripping exhibits.

 

The German Military Underground Hospital, the largest construction in the Channel Islands, was built by slave workers during the occupation; the German Occupation Museum features a recreation of an occupation-era street; while La Villette Underground Military Museum is set in a series of tunnels used for U-Boat fuel storage during the occupation”.

 

If ‘The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society’ inspires you to discover the unique history of the Channel Islands, activity holiday specialist Sherpa Expeditions can take you there.

 

>> View all details about Guernsey Islands – The Channel Island Way

>> View all details about Jersey: The Channel Island Way

 

holiday deals for Guernsey - Sherpa Expeditions

 

*Terms & Conditions:

  • Book on the Guernsey Islands – Channel Island Way or Jersey: The Channel Island Way walking holidays departing on or before 25 October 2019 and receive a free copy of the international bestselling novel ‘The Guernsey Literary & Potato Peel Pie Society’ by Annie Barrows & Mary Ann Schaffer.
  • Bookings must be received before 31 May 2018.
  • Only valid for departures on the Guernsey Islands – Channel Island Way and Jersey: The Channel Island Way trips on or before 25 October 2018.
  • The book will be included in your pre-departure information.
  • Only valid for bookings made with Sherpa Expeditions directly, not valid for bookings made through third parties.
  • Only valid for these specific trips operated by Sherpa Expeditions.
  • Offer applies only once per booking, eg. you will receive one (1) copy of the novel per booking.
  • Trips and book are subject to availability.
  • Booking Terms & Conditions apply.
  • Quote code POTATO at the time of booking.

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