St Julian's Pier facts for kids
The pier runs from the base of St Julian's Avenue, where a roundabout is now located, eastwards.
The cambridge berth is a later construction built at right angles to the pier, in a southerly direction as is the New Jetty and at the eastern extremity, the White Rock Pier.
To the north of the pier is the Queen Elizabeth II marina.
Monuments and memorials
The pier has a number of monuments and memorials
- 50th Anniversary liberation monument in the form of a large obelisk and sundial.
- Liberation stone
- Plaque commemorating the evacuation of children and adults ahead of the Occupation of the Island by German forces in June 1940
- Plaque to victims of the Holocaust
- Plaque to remember the Deportees
- Harbour bombing memorial
- Plaque to remember the Foreign Workers
- Guernsey Resistance plaque
St Julian's Pier Facts for Kids. Kiddle Encyclopedia.