The Parish of St Helier is re-launching its programme of free St Helier Town Walks on Thursday mornings, beginning on 1st July and continuing until the end of October.
Each week a different guide will take walkers around the town to explore a different aspect. Walks will begin and end at the Town Hall, and will run from 10.30am for approximately two hours.
The Walks will be led by members of the Jersey Tourist Guides Association, who will introduce locals and visitors to the many varied and fascinating aspects of Jersey’s capital.
Book tickets via Eventbrite at www.eventbrite.com, searching for ‘Free Guided Walk in St Helier’, or spaces may be available if you turn up on the day.
Constable Simon Crowcroft said ‘I am delighted that the Parish can again offer this regular insight into the rich history of our town, and hope that the Walks will continue to be well attended.’