What has Georgian troop movements, leprosy, burial chambers, German railways and labour camps, salt extraction, the Battle of Hastings, rabbits and carp have in common?
Find out on this circular walk which traces part of what was the old western shoreline of the Braye du Valle before the two Islands of Guernsey were joined in 1805. Includes the La Garenne d’Anneville nature reserve.
Complimentary refreshments provided half way round including Gâche Melée with Guernsey cream.
Meet at St. Mary’s Church, L’Islet (west end of L’Islet coast road)
Time: 2pm - 5pm
Length of walk: 4 miles
Silver Accredited Guide Malcolm Cleal