A Poet’s Curious 'Touar' of the Forest

Denys Corbet (22 May 1826 – 21 April 1909) was a Guernsey poet, best known for the epic, ‘L'Touar de Guernesy’ a picaresque tour of the parishes of Guernsey.

On the anniversary of his death, accompany 19th century Guernésiais poet Denys Corbet on part of his curious island touar. Walking the records for posterity events unfolding around him, encounter places and people on an island which is ongoing in cultural, linguistic and economic change. With Accredited Guide Jan Marquis (Yan).

Starting 10:30am at the Mallard Complex, ending at Le Gouffre

£10 per person

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