Planning for Liberation 75 celebrations in Guernsey is going well, according to its organisers.
A central part of the commemorations will be the biggest ever motor cavalcade which will see 250 vehicles parade from L'Ancresse and to St Peter Port.
It will include 90 military vehicles visiting from the UK, as well as vintage cars, floats and tractors.
There will also be a re-enactment of the first British troops to liberate Guernsey on the morning of the 9th of May 1945. This will take place on the Victoria slip.
Islanders will be able to see HMS Medusa (a veteran of the D-Day landings in Normandy) which is being drafted into Guernsey to land a 'representation of troops', to symbolise what happened on 9 May 1945.
Other events happening throughout the day include a secondary schools race, the unveiling of the 75th Anniversary commemorative monument and a parachute display.
The finale of the day will feature a firework display at 9.30pm, lighting up Castle Cornet and the harbour.