We love spring on Sark. After a bare and chilly winter period the optimistic and tenacious little shoots push their way up and even now we can see daffodils, primroses, wild garlic and the crocus heads coming through too. It is a time to look forward to Wild Flower Fortnight, which is an annual event where we can offer visitors guided walks to some of the very best spots on the island for enjoying the vivid sights and smells of the prettiest little flowers. All walks are on our online calendar (see events at the top of the homepage) and this year’s event will run from Sunday 23rd April through to Sunday 7th May inclusive. Walks this year include L’Eperquerie, Little Sark, the Gouliot Headland, Derrible Headland, Harbour Hill, Port du Moulin and a Mystery Meander! We are also celebrating 10 years since the Gouliot Headland became a protected RAMSAR site, and we will extend Wild Flower Fortnight to encompass this. From Sunday 7th to Sunday 14th May we can take visitors to the headland if they book in advance through the Visitor Centre. The stunning blanket of bluebells and primroses in this area is not to be missed.