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St Helier Town Walks return for the summer

St Helier Town Walks return for the summer

St Helier’s very popular town walks, in collaboration with the Jersey Tourist Guide Association, are back and will continue until the end of October. Initiated by the Parish in 2019 and halted in 2020 due to the pandemic, the walks restarted last year and proved just as popular with locals and tourists alike.

The first walk this year is taking place on Thursday 21st April, with ‘Welcome to St Helier’, and each week a different guide will take walkers around the town to explore a different aspect.

The walks leave the Town Hall at 10.30am, and you can book in advance at eventbrite.com (search for ‘Free guided walk in St Helier’) or just turn up on the day.

The Constable of St Helier, Simon Crowcroft, said “I’m delighted that this Parish initiative is being repeated this year. There is so much fascinating history to discover about our town, and I’m grateful to the Blue Badge Guides for giving up their time and sharing their expertise with locals and visitors alike. Time permitting, I hope to take part in some of the walks myself.”

For further information please contact Tom Bunting on 07797 780868 or Connor Burgher at connor.burgher@sthelier.je or 811835.