Walking Through Autumn Festival 2021

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Festival Overview


Wednesday 1 September Nº.

Key: Easy 

Moderate 

Hard 

Walk

Time

Bus

Meeting Point

Grade

1

Rozel Royal Ramble

10.00am

3

St Martin’s Public Hall

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2

Sorel Point and the enigmatic Redbilled Chough

10.00am

5

Sorel Point



3

A Giant dog, Guardhouses and Gothic Structures

10.30am

4

Jardin D’Olivet



4

St Lawrence – Life During the Occupation Walk

2.15pm

7

Meet at the Church gate

5

Streams and Marshes of Grouville

3.00pm

-

Holme Grown

6

Wild Food Forage

4.30pm

22

Car Park opposite Kempt Tower

Thursday 2 September 7

Vikings, Mills and Bunkers

9.30am

8

Quetivel Mill Pond



8

From Bay to Bay: The Seabird Trail

10.00am

9

Plémont top car park

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9

Woodland Wander

2.00pm

9

Grève de Lecq Tower

10

Rural St Lawrence Walk

2.15pm

7

Hamptonne Country Life Museum

11

Wild Food Forage

4.30pm

22

Car Park opposite Kempt Tower

12

Take a Walk on the ‘Dark Side’ of St Helier

6.00pm

-

Millennium Park

13

Mysteries of the East

9.30am

1

St Clement’s Parish Hall



14

A Wildlife Wander in Fern Valley

10.00am

5

The Union Inn

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15

Towers Tides and Turnstones.

10.00am

1

La Rocque Car Park



16

Discover the Fief of Bellozanne

10.15am

19

Reception at the Westhill Hotel

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17

From Danes to Germans and Everything in between

1.30pm

8

Bus stop near the War Tunnels

18

Maritime & Military St Helier

2.15pm

-

Regent Steps at Snow Hill



2.00pm

1

Longbeach Car Park

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Car Park at Portelet Common

Saturday 4 September 19

A Walk through Gorey

20

Portelet Common

21

Plémont Wild Flower and Folklore Walk

10.00am

8

Plémont top car park

22

St Martin - A Beautiful Country Parish

2.00pm

2

Car Park opp. St Martin’s Public Hall



23

Evensong at The Elms

6.00pm

7

The Elms

10.00am 12A

Sunday 5 September 24

Winding Lanes and Wild Coastlines

9.45am

9

Round Tower, Grève de Lecq

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25

Towers Tides and Turnstones

10.00am

1

La Rocque Car Park



26

Victoria Tower Wildflower & Folklore Walk

2.00pm

13

Victoria Tower

27

A Town Trail

2.00pm

-

Royal Square

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Friday 3 September


Walking Through Autumn Festival 2021 Locations La Grève au Lançon (Plémont)

8

2

21

ST. JOHN'S BAY

ST. J

GREVE DE LECQ

9 24

Le Pulec

ST. MARY

23

ST. OUEN

10 6

11 ST. LAWRENCE 4

ST. OUEN'S BAY

7

ST. PETER

17

ST. BRELADE ST. AUBIN'S BAY

St Aubin's Harbour Petit Port ST. BRELADE'S BAY

OUAISNE BAY

BELCROUTE BAY

BEAUPORT

20 PORTELET BAY


BONNE NUIT Petit Port

JOHN

BOULEY BAY

ROZEL BAY

3

Saie Harbour

TRINITY

FLIQUET BAY

ST. MARTIN

1

22 ST. CATHERINE'S BAY

14

Archirondel

16

26

ST. HELIER

19 ST. SAVIOUR

27

12

GROUVILLE ROYAL BAY OF GROUVILLE

18 ST. CLEMENT

5 ST. HELIER HARBOUR

13

ST. CLEMENT'S BAY

15 25 La Rocque Harbour

Gorey Harbour


Wednesday 1 September 1

ROZEL ROYAL RAMBLE

Explore the hidden depths of St Martin as you disappear into the beautiful tree-lined country lanes of this eastern parish and descend towards the remote Le Couperon headland. Return via St Catherine’s woods, skirting Rozel Manor before arriving at the parish church of St Martin to discover some of the history attached to this medieval building. If you want you can have a well-earned drink at the Royal pub before heading the short distance back to the starting point Time: 10.00am Meeting Point: St Martin’s Public Hall Parking: Car Park opposite St Martin’s Public Hall Duration: 2.5 hours/Moderate Walking Bus Route: Nº 3 Guide: Tom Bunting Price: FREE for Members; £10 for Non-Members

Nº. 3


3

A GIANT DOG, GUARDHOUSES AND GOTHIC STRUCTURES

Taken at our leisure we will explore the upper valley of Bouley Bay, full of beauty and intrigue with many legends. Walking through the woodland we will explore the gothic structures, spectacular views of the French Coast and look into the family which once lived here. This is a shorten version of a previous walk ‘two hills & a Valley over Bouley Bay.

SOREL POINT AND THE ENIGMATIC RED-BILLED CHOUGH

Join Neil & Alli Singleton (Birding Tours Jersey) for a wildlife wander along the North Coast cliff paths around Sorel and above Mourier Valley, looking at all aspects of wildlife who call this area home. Learn about the multi-award winning Red-billed Chough reintroduction project by ‘Birds on the Edge’ (BOTE) an exciting collaboration between The National Trust for Jersey, Durrell and States of Jersey Environment Dept. Terrain: Good footpaths with some uneven areas. Please bring binoculars if you have them. There will be some available to borrow. Time: 10.00am Meeting Point: Sorel Point Parking: Sorel upper car park - on the left as you approach Sorel Point, at the start of the cliff path Duration: 2 hours/Moderate Walking Bus Route: Nº 5 & walk from the Church Guide: Neil and Alli Singleton Price: FREE for Members; £10 for Non-Members Nº. 5 & walk from the

Church

Nº. 4

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Time: 10.30am Meeting Point: Jardin D’Olivet Parking: Car Park at Jardin D’Olivet Duration: 2.5 hours/Moderate Walking Bus Route: Nº 4 Guides: Sue Gorin Price: FREE for Members; £10 for Non-Members


4

ST LAWRENCE – LIFE DURING THE OCCUPATION WALK

Life in this country Parish during the Occupation is illustrated in the 75th Anniversary Exhibition in the Liberation Gardens. Walking through the surrounding countryside will bring those days to life, with tales of the occupying forces and stories of the daily lives of residents. Time: 2.15pm Meeting Point: Meet at the Church gate Parking: Parish Car Park or where feasible on road Duration: 2 hours/Easy to moderate walking/2 miles Bus Route: No. 7 Guide: Sue Hardy Price: FREE for Members; £10 for Non-Members

2m (3.2km)

6

Nº. 7

WILD FOOD FORAGE

Come and get lost in the wilds of St. Ouen; take in fantastic scenery, encounter local wildlife and learn about the vast variety of wild edible and medicinal plants our unique environment has to offer. Please dress with an eye on the weather and bring along any food and drink you may need. Time: 4.30pm Meeting Point: Car Park opposite Kempt Tower Parking: Car Park opposite Kempt Tower Duration: 2 .5 hours/Easy walking Bus Route: No. 22 Guide: Kazz Padidar Price: FREE for Members; £10 for NonMembers – children £5

Nº. 22

5

STREAMS AND MARSHES OF GROUVILLE

How many of us know where the streams we come across start and end and how that affects the land they pass through? This walk takes in the lanes, footpaths and beaches in Grouville starting and ending at Holme Grown and aimed at showing how streams meander and influence the fields, marshes and wildlife areas through which they travel and where they end up. Plus the usual mix of wildlife and history. Time: 3.00pm Meeting Point: Holme Grown Parking: Holme Grown Duration: 2 to 2.5 hours/Easy to moderate walking/2.5 miles Guide: Bob Tompkins Price: FREE for Members; £10 for NonMembers (Maximum number: 15) 2.5m (4km)


7

VIKINGS, MILLS AND BUNKERS

8

FROM BAY TO BAY: THE SEABIRD TRAIL

Enjoy a ‘good walk’ along woodland paths and a steep ascent up the valley side, to find evidence of the Vikings, learn about the importance of mills in Jersey’s history and discover some of the hidden treasures of the German Occupation. There will be the opportunity to go into Quétivel Mill at the end of the walk for those who wish – add 30 mins. The terrain will include a steep hill, lanes, steps and rough paths.

Enjoy a walk along the coastal footpath from Plémont to Grève de Lecq to observe the various seabirds and other wildlife on the north coast led by ‘Birds On the Edge’ project officer Cristina Sellares. If you have them, please bring along binoculars. There will be time for a quick refreshment stop at Grève de Lecq before returning to our starting point. Why not visit one of the local cafes for breakfast or have lunch after the walk?

Time: 9.30am Meeting Point: Quétivel Mill Pond Car Park Parking: Quétivel Mill Pond Car Park Duration: 3 hours/ Moderate Walking/ 4 miles Bus Route: No. 8 – stop Victoria Hotel N Guide: Jean Treleven Price: FREE for Members; £10 for Non-Members

Time: 10.00am Meeting Point: Plémont top car park Parking: Plémont top car park Duration: 2.5/3 hours/Moderate to hard walk – Uneven terrain, coastal footpath and steps Bus Route: 9 Guides: Cris Sellares Price: FREE for Members; £10 for Non-Members.

4m (6.4km)

Nº. 8

Nº. 9

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Thursday 2 September


9

WOODLAND WANDER

10

RURAL ST LAWRENCE WALK

Enjoy an autumnal ramble through one of Jersey’s loveliest woodlands with John Pinel, looking at how the woodland changes through the seasons and the impact woodlands have on the environment and climate change.

A walk around the leafy lanes and paths of St Lawrence passing historic houses, an old watermill and Jersey Water’s Handois Pumping Station at the heart of the Island’s water supply, tucked away in a sheltered valley.

Time: 2.00pm Meeting Point: Grève de Lecq Tower Parking: Grève de Lecq Tower Car Park Duration: 1.5 -2 hours/Easy walk – some uneven terrain Bus Route: 9 Guide: John Pinel Price: FREE for Members; £10 for Non-Members

Time: 2.15pm Meeting Point: Hamptonne Country Life Museum by the Granite Arch Parking: Hamptonne Car Park Duration: 2 hours/Easy to moderate Walk/2 miles Bus Route: 7 (Hamptonne stop on main road, then follow signs to Hamptonne) Guide: Sue Hardy Price: FREE for Members; £10 for Non-Members

Nº. 9

2m (3.2km)

Nº. 7


WILD FOOD FORAGE

12

TAKE A WALK ON THE ‘DARK SIDE’ OF ST HELIER

Come and get lost in the wilds of St. Ouen; take in fantastic scenery, encounter local wildlife and learn about the vast variety of wild edible and medicinal plants our unique environment has to offer. Please dress with an eye on the weather and bring along any food and drink you may need.

Wander back through time looking at St Helier’s past. Focussing on the gruesome side! Discover the streams, sewers & harbour and find out how they were all linked. Find out about the criminal element and the penalties they would receive for their crimes and we shan’t even mention the ‘ladies of the night’!

Time: 4.30pm Meeting Point: Car Park opposite Kempt Tower Parking: Car Park opposite Kempt Tower Duration: 2 .5 hours/Easy walking Bus Route: No. 22 Guide: Kazz Padidar Price: FREE for Members; £10 for NonMembers – children £5

Time: 6.00pm Meeting Point: Millennium Park (on the grass opposite the children’s playground) Duration: 2 hours/Easy Walking Guide: Sue Gorin Price: Free for Members; £10 for Non-Members

Nº. 22

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Friday 3 September 13 MYSTERIES OF THE EAST An ancient burial site, a rock used by witches, a windmill and a folly; happen upon all these fragments of Jersey history as you traverse salt marshes, fields, hills, beaches and pathways that wind through the sleepy south-east of the island. Time: 9.30am Meeting Point: St Clement’s Parish Hall Parking: St Clement’s Parish Hall Duration: 2.5 hours/Moderate Walking/3 Miles Bus Route: 1 Guide: Tom Bunting Price: Free for Members; £10 for Non Members

3m (4.8km)

Nº. 1

14 A WILDLIFE WANDER IN FERN VALLEY Join Neil & Alli Singleton (Birding Tours Jersey) for a gentle amble around Fern Valley looking at and listening for all aspects of late summer wildlife. Learn to recognise birdsong and discover the wildflowers and insects of the changing season. Terrain: Country lanes and good footpaths with some uneven areas. Please bring binoculars if you have them. There will be some available to borrow. Time: 10.00am Meeting Point: The Union Inn Parking: The Union Inn Car park (with kind permission of Isabel). Why not stop for refreshments or lunch Duration: 2.5 hours/Moderate Walking Bus Route: 5 Guide: Neil and Alli Singleton Price: Free for Members; £10 for Non Members 3m (4.8km)

Nº. 5


16

DISCOVER THE FIEF OF BELLOZANNE

The medieval fief of Bellozanne is synonymous with the vingtaine of Montà-L’Abbé. Starting at ‘Bellozanne Abbey’, one of the original ‘tenements’ of the fief, this walk will continue to Fern Valley, one of the Trusts most beautiful woodlands, discovering the stories behind today’s landscape along the way. The terrain will include steps, rough paths, hills and green lanes.

TOWERS TIDES AND TURNSTONES

Starting and finishing at La Rocque enjoy a circular walk taking in the delightful rural lanes of Grouville and a walk along the beach and find out the fascinating history of this part of the Island. Please wear comfortable shoes that you don’t mind getting wet. Time: 10.00am Meeting Point: La Rocque Car Park Parking: La Rocque Car Park Duration: 1 .5 hours/Moderate walking Bus: 1 Guide: Roger Noel Price: FREE for Members; £10 for Non-Members

Nº. 1

3.5m (5.6km)

Nº. 19

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Time: 10.15am Meeting Point: Outside Reception at the Westhill Hotel Parking: Westhill Hotel Car Park Duration: 2.5 hours/Moderate walking /3.5 Miles Bus Route: 19 - stop Chestnut Lea Guide: Jean Treleven Price: Free for Members; £10 for Non Members


17

FROM DANES TO GERMANS & EVERYTHING IN BETWEEN

Explore the picturesque lanes running through the centre of the island. Discover the effect that the Danes and the Germans had on our Island’s history and landscape, and find out how the Danish legacy remains present in the administration of the Island today. You will explore field systems and agricultural practices and uncover magnificent 18th century granite houses, and 20th century German fortifications, not to mention some ancient water mills. The terrain can, in some parts be uneven, so suitable attire and footwear is recommended. Time: 1.30pm Meeting Point: Bus stop at the War Tunnels Parking: Jersey War Tunnels Duration: 3 hours/Easy to moderate walking Bus Route: No. 8 Guide: Jon Osmont Price: FREE for Members; £10 for Non-Members

Nº. 8

18

MARITIME & MILITARY ST HELIER

Discover an old part of the town leading to marvellous views from the heights above the harbour and along the coast, both west and east. Evidence of the British Garrison’s defence of the Island’s coast can be seen, as well as the clues to the sea-faring life of Jersey men. Some steep inclines and steps. Time: 2.15pm Meeting Point: Meet on Regent Steps at Snow Hill Parking: Snow Hill Car Park or Green Street Car Park Duration: 2.5 hours/Moderate walking/2.5 miles Guide: Sue Hardy Price: FREE for Members; £10 for Non-Members

2.5m (4km)


Saturday 4 September

A WALK THROUGH GOREY

Enjoy a journey from village to tower and castle and back again. Your guide Roger will take you on a time travelling adventure through Jersey History with spectacular views, especially on a clear day. Wander through the medieval village of Gorey, and up to the headland of Mont St Nicholas, to find a hidden 6000 year old megalithic tomb and a 19th Century defensive tower. Descend to the Castle, which was once the headquarters of an 18th Century spymaster and Prince, and on to the harbour to hear about harbour life past and present, and stroll along the tracks of the old Jersey Eastern Railway.The guided walk is in the most part a gentle ramble. Although it contains a flight of steep steps, it is possible to bypass these if necessary. Time: 10.00am Meeting Point: Longbeach Car Park Parking: Longbeach Car Park Duration: 2 hours/Moderate Walking Bus Route: 1 Guide: Roger Noel Price: FREE for Members; £10 for Non-Members Nº. 1

20 PORTELET COMMON A wander around one of Jersey’s finest heathlands with its stunning views over Portelet, Ouaisne and St Brelade’s Bays, discussing heathland ecology and the wonderful nature of Jersey’s coast with Ecologist John Pinel Time: 10.00am Meeting Point: Portelet Common Parking: Car park at Portelet Common Duration: 1.5 hours/Easy Walking Bus Route: 12A Guide: John Pinel Price: Free for Members; £10 for Non-Member

Nº. 12A

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21

PLÉMONT WILD FLOWER AND FOLKLORE WALK

22

ST MARTIN - A BEAUTIFUL COUNTRY PARISH

We think we reclaimed the land at Plémont but it looks like it was the plants! Do you know a plant that could cure a cough and also insulate your shoes? Come and join botanist Tina Hull for a walk of identification, botanical knowledge and folklore. The walk is on the flat with some uneven ground

A beautiful country walk taking in the small, less travelled or known, lanes offering good countryside and coastal views with a drop down to and away up from St Catherine’s Bay. With many old farms and interesting buildings along the way again. Bob’s walk will include the usual mix of wildlife and history.

Time: 2.00pm Meeting Point: Top Car Park at Plémont Parking: Top Car Park at Plémont Duration: 1.5 hours/Easy walk Bus Route: 8 Guide: Tina Hull Price: Free for Members; £10 for Non-Members

Time: 2.00pm Meeting Point: Car Park opposite St Martin’s Public Hall Parking: Car Park opposite St Martin’s Public Hall Duration: 3 hours/Moderate Walking/3 Miles. Bus Route: 2 Guide: Bob Tompkins Price: Free for Members; £10 for Non-Member

Nº. 8

3m (4.8km)

Nº. 2


Join Neil & Alli Singleton (Birding Tours Jersey) for a short walk around The National Trust for Jersey headquarters, The Elms. Discover the evening birdsong of late summer in Rural St Mary. We will spend time looking at wildflowers, insects, bees and any other wildlife which may cross our path! Terrain: Rough grassland and footpaths with some uneven areas. Please bring binoculars if you have them. There will be some available to borrow. How about bringing a picnic and sit in the Apple Orchard as the sun goes down. Time: 6.00pm Meeting Point: The Elms Parking: Please park at the side of The Elms Office up the slope and the small gravel car park at the top Duration: 1 .5 hours/Easy walking Bus Route: 7 (get off at Bethlehem Chapel and walk the short distance to The Elms) Guides: Neil and Alli Singleton Price: Free for Members; £10 for Non-Members

Nº. 7

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23 EVENSONG AT THE ELMS


Sunday 5 September

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WINDING LANES AND WILD COASTLINES

Wander through the private woods of Grève de Lecq and up to the winding green lanes of St Mary, past granite farms and cod houses, to the wind swept cliffs of the north coast. Spectacular views of the other islands and occasionally the French coast await as you return past the old militia shooting grounds and the ancient hill fort back to the bay, perhaps for a leisurely lunch? Time: 9.45am Meeting Point: Jersey Round Tower, Grève de Lecq Parking: Grève de Lecq Tower Car Park Duration: 2.5 hours/Moderate walking Bus: 9 Guides: Tom Bunting Price: Free for members; £10 for Non-Members

Nº. 9

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TOWERS TIDES AND TURNSTONES

Starting and finishing at La Rocque enjoy a circular walk taking in the delightful rural lanes of Grouville and a walk along the beach and find out the fascinating history of this part of the Island. Please wear comfortable shoes that you don’t mind getting wet. Time: 10.00am Meeting Point: La Rocque Car Park Parking: La Rocque Car Park Duration: 1 .5 hours/Moderate walking Bus: 1 Guide: Roger Noel Price: FREE for Members; £10 for Non-Members

Nº. 1


Out east to one of the last Martello towers to be built in Jersey. The tower is surrounded by coastal grassland as rich in wildflowers as it is in history. The walk includes plant identification and the fascinating folklore that links these wonderful plants to us. Uneven ground. Time: 2.00pm Meeting Point: Victoria Tower Parking: On the main road near the Jersey Accommodation Centre or in the small car park near the Tower Duration: 1.5 hours/Easy walking Bus: 13 Guides: Tina Hull Price: Free for members; £10 for Non-Members

Nº. 13

27 A TOWN TRAIL Join architect and urban designer Stuart Fell on an afternoon stroll through the town as he walks you through the Island’s capital and its history examining a number of architectural themes, including the good, the bad and the ugly from all periods up to 2021. Looking up is always a good thing to do on this tour! Time: 2.00pm Meeting Point: Royal Square Parking: Public Car parks in St Helier Duration: 1.5 hours/Easy walking Guides: Stuart Fell Price: Free for members; £10 for Non-Members

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VICTORIA TOWER 26 WILDFLOWER AND FOLKLORE WALK


Tips Top�

- for Walkers during the walking festival

• B ring refreshments and some snacks/ packed lunch to eat before/after your walk. • W ear suitable footwear– some of the walks are at low water and you will get wet! Others are on soft sand, uneven ground or cliff paths so make sure that your footwear is suitable for whatever terrain you encounter. • W ear layers or bring a waterproof – so you are dressed whatever the weather. • I f not driving, bring a bus timetable so you know what time your next bus is. • L eave nothing but your footprints and take any rubbish home. • M ost of the guides are happy to have well behaved dogs on leads, but please check before you come along. • B ring a camera so you can take pictures of what you see along the way and binoculars for bird lovers.


Meet the Guides TOM BUNTING You will love Tom’s relaxed pace and engaging, informative style as he brings Jersey’s rich heritage to life – his lifetime of teaching and Blue Badge guiding means you can really gain in-depth knowledge of Jersey in the 2 or 3 hours it takes for a (moderate) walk in the countryside..

STUART FELL DIP. ARCH, R.I.B.A., I.H.B.C Studied architecture at Leeds where he developed an interest in historic buildings and townscape. He has held Conservation Officer roles in a number of planning authorities, including the City of Chester, and later served as Chief Technical Officer for Tunbridge Wells Borough Council. Stuart became the Conservation Officer/ Urban Designer for the States of Jersey in 1995. Retired after working ten years as a private consultant, he now devotes much of his time to local urban history research

SUE GORIN Sue comes from a farming family and can trace her line back to the 1300’s in the Island. She is passionate about Jersey and together with her love of family history she has combined these two aspects to bring you her tours. She is a member of the CI History Society but has branched out to research the different aspects of Jersey life. She is also a Bronze badge Tourist guide.

CRISTINA SELLARES Cristina is the Project Officer for Birds on the Edge and qualified bird ringer. A wildlife biologist, Cristina has led nature walks as part of her work in conservation projects around the world.

SUE HARDY Over 25 years’ experience as a Blue Badge Guide, with a wealth of knowledge about the Island and its people, an Islander with family connections to farming and local business. Sue is a founder member of the Jersey Walking Group, an active member of the National Trust for Jersey, the Société Jersiaise, CI Family History Society and the Association of Lighthouse Keepers, as well as supporting Action for Wildlife Jersey and Trees for Life.

TINA HULL BSC (HONS) BOTANY Tina read Botany at Durham University and has a particular interest in how plants are adapted to their environment and their place in folklore and medicinal uses. Tina works closely with the National Trust for Jersey and is a Bronze Badge Guide.

ROGER NOEL A Blue Badge Guide, and proud Jersey man who can trace his island roots back to the 14th Century. Roger’s love of history, nature and wildlife will provide you with a wealth of knowledge about Jersey’s famous Ramsar sites, and our many Sites of Special Interest.

JOHN PINEL John trained in Botany and has been working as an Ecologist for the past 25 years. He is involved in numerous local Natural History groups and enjoys sharing his passion for our environment with others.


Meet the Guides NEIL AND ALLI SINGLETON Alli and Neil Singleton ’Birding Tours Jersey’. Neil is a keen ornithologist and both Neil and Alli are keen nature lovers who love imparting their knowledge and passions with visitors and local residents alike.

BOB TOMPKINS Bob is a former Chairman of the National Trust Lands Advisory Board amongst many other hats that he wears! Bob believes in variety being the spice of life and tries varying his walks and their subject matter according to that belief. Expect the unexpected.

JEAN TRELEVEN Jersey born Blue-Badge Guide with family origins extending back to the Norman period. Jean has a farming background and career in primary and secondary education, especially history and geography. Jean thoroughly enjoys sharing her knowledge and passion for Jersey with both locals and visitors.

JON OSMONT A 2015 qualified Blue Badge Guide, Jon, who is a retired GP, was born and brought up in the Island of Jersey, where he has also spent the majority of his working life. Jon is able to trace his family roots through the generations both in Jersey, and in Normandy. He has a great love of the Island and its diverse history, culture and landscapes, and likes nothing more than to share the beauty and drama of the Island.

KAZZ PADIDAR Kazz is the Director of Wild Adventures, a company that provides adventure activities in Jersey as well as overseas. A local Outdoor Adventure Instructor, Kazz specialises in teaching survival skills with a specific focus on wild foraging. He is passionate about the outdoors and uses his enthusiasm along with the outdoor medium to inspire others to reconnect with the natural world.

How to book To book your place on any of the walks, either as a member (free) or as a non-member/visitor, please go to:

www.nationaltrust.je/events or call 01534 483193 The National Trust for Jersey, The Elms, La Chève Rue, St Mary, Jersey, JE3 3EN | enquiries@nationaltrust.je


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It’s not just Islanders that thrive on our water supply. Our reservoirs are critical for supplying water, for our Island’s biodiversity and as beautiful open spaces for you to enjoy. They are also vital to our Island’s birds. Many of our resident species, such as coot, moorhen, mallard, and domesticated geese have a strong association with the areas of fresh water, and the surrounding woodlands, hedgerows and fields. Just one of the ways Jersey Water is for island life.

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