Loud Tie Day 2021 – Update

In light of the recent news, we’ve decided to postpone our official annual Loud Tie Day which was due to take place on Friday.

However, in the #GuernseyTogether spirit we thought there are certain aspects of the day that could help keep you, your children, loved ones and colleagues entertained during this time.

So, if you’re working from home and still wish to don a loud tie, go ahead it’s a great way to brighten up the day and if you’ve got any Zoom meetings why not use our loud tie Zoom background? (found here)

And for the children, here’s an activity that might keep them amused long enough for you to grab a cuppa by getting them to design a tie to be used in our 2022 campaign (found here). Simply:

  1. Draw your own tie or print off the template
  2. Get the children to design their tie
  3. Take a photo, upload the photo to Facebook with the hashtag #BeTieRiffic and send them as a message to our Facebook page


POSTPONED – Loud Tie Day Lunch

Following today’s announcement, we have postponed our Loud Tie Day Lunch which was due to take place on Sunday 24 January 2021 at Les Cotils.

We will be in touch with a new date.

Stay safe.

Loud Tie Day – Friday 29 January 2021

Dress up or down for loud tie day 2021!

If your office does dress down Friday, why not turn it on it’s head and dress up for Loud Tie Day?

And don’t worry, if you’re working from home why not use our Loud Tie Day background (for Zoom or Teams) for any meetings that day.

Donations can be made online to giving.gg Loud Tie Day 2021 or by cheque made payable to ‘Bowel Cancer Guernsey’ and sent to Le Pignon, Longs Camps, St Sampsons, GY2 4UQ. 

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Guernsey Marathon 2020

Congratulations to all who helped and all who took part in the Guernsey Marathon 2020.

Especially those who ran for sponsorship for Bowel Cancer Guernsey.  Rachel Leech (pictured below) raised a grand total of £700. 


Thanks for all your support.

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Clued Walk – Sunday 6th September 2020

Our Clued Walk will be taking place around the lanes and roads of Saumarez Park on Sunday 6th September 2020.

The event is open to families and will start at 4.30pm in the rear car park and includes food at the tearooms after the walk at approximately 6/6.30pm (£12 for adults and £5 per children).

If you would like to join us, please complete and return the Entry Form.

Skipton Smith Street Dash 2020

Barclays and New Street Management were the winners of this years Dash with a fantastic time of 15 seconds , a new Dash record. Well done to all who took part and came to watch the Dash.


Skipton Smith Street Dash is back

The Skipton ‘Smith Street Dash’ is back on Friday 31st January 2020.

You will need:

  • A work buddy;
  • A loud tie;
  • A competitive spirit.

The event will take place from 12:30-14:00.  Entry is £25.00 per team.

Prizes will be awarded for the loudest tie and the fastest team.

Please contact alisha@black-vanilla.gg for more details and to enter your team.

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‘Charity of the Year’ Finalists at The Community Awards 2019

Bowel Cancer Guernsey was selected as one of the three finalists for The charity of the year at the Guernsey Community Foundation Awards 2019.

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Below: Representatives of the charity attended the award ceremony at St James.

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Below: Sir Richard Collas , patron of Bowel Cancer Guernsey and Anne Brouard, chair and Sara Gould treasurer of Bowel Cancer Guernsey.

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Congratulations to Bowel Cancer Guernsey.