Living Streets Guernsey Tranquility Walk on Sunday 14 July 2013

June 24th, 2013 by Living Streets Guernsey

(click image to open the flyer as a PDF file)

(click image to open the flyer as a PDF file)

The Living Streets Guernsey Tranquility Walk begins at 2 pm on Sunday 14 July 2013 from Capelles Methodist Church (Bus route No. 31 (every half hour) or park in the School Car park.)

The walk, designed by Living Streets Guernsey Chairman Tom Le Pelley, explores the lanes and green lanes in St. Sampson and the Vale.

The walk includes the Living Streets Guernsey Baubigny Schools pathway which the charity developed in 2010 for children walking from St. Peter Port North to St. Sampson’s High School and Le Murier School.

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Countryside lane lined with three-cornered leek and red campion by Maraitaine road in May 2013 (click image to expand – ©RLLord)

The leisurely walk, which will take about 2 1/2 hours, is circular, starting and finishing at Capelles Church, taking in Delancey Park and the lanes around Maison Maritaine, and then heading west towards L’Ancresse and Grande Havre and then back via Oatlands.

This is a joint fundraising afternoon with Capelles Methodist Church on “Action for Children” Sunday.

Afternoon tea will be served at Capelles Methodist Church from 2 pm to 5.30 pm. Teas will be half price for Tranquility walkers.

Funds from the teas will go towards “Action for Children” and funds from the walk will go towards paying for the Baubigny Schools pathway.

Registration will be from 1.30 p.m. – £5 for adults with children under 16 free.

Further information, including details of the route, will be on the Living Streets Guernsey website nearer the time.

(please click on the sponsorship form image to open it as a PDF file)

(please click on the sponsorship form image to open it as a PDF file)

Please support Living Streets Guernsey by gaining sponsorship from friends, families and work colleagues.

 

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