The National Trust of Guernsey will launch The Fermain Tower Appeal at 10am, Thursday 4th May 2017, at the Fermain Tower, Fermain Bay in the presence of their Patron, the Lieutenant-Governor, Vice Admiral Sir Ian Corder KBE CB.
Please join us to hear more about the project. NTG President Tony Spruce and Council Members, together with CCD Architects will be pleased to answer questions. Tomorrow morning’s weather looks to be dry if a little overcast with brilliant sunshine forecast from about 4pm!
Parking for the event is strictly limited to the public car park, a short walk from the Fermain Tower. A meander along Fermain Lane is very enjoyable at this time of the year, as the verdant grass banks are abundant with bluebells, campion and many wild flowers. Fermain Beach Café will be open, where refreshments can be purchased and from where a beautiful view of Fermain Bay can be enjoyed.
We hope to see you there and look forward to your support tomorrow and during the Fermain Tower Appeal.
A donation page and a dedicated campaign page will also be launched tomorrow morning.