Tag Archive for 'Pat Wisher'

Tree planting with enhancement to Baubigny schools walking route

December 10th, 2013 by Living Streets Guernsey

Living Streets Guernsey that promotes pedestrian safety on the island has been working closely with the States of Guernsey Education Department and the Baubigny schools to develop an extension to the Baubigny Schools pathway, which will allow children to walk directly into the car park via a new pathway around the football pitch. Tom Le […]

Living Streets Guernsey promoting benefits of active travel with ‘Walk to Work’ map leaflets

May 12th, 2013 by Living Streets Guernsey

The pedestrian safety group Living Streets (Guernsey) LBG and Guernsey Post are working together to publicise and distribute new “Walk to Work” leaflets which aim to promote the benefits of walking, cycling or jogging to work. Walk to Work Week begins on Monday 13 May 2013. Tom Le Pelley, Chair of Living Streets Guernsey, said […]

Living Streets Guernsey mapped lunch time walks for Weight Wise Week from 19 to 26 January 2013

January 6th, 2013 by Living Streets Guernsey

The PEH is running a WEIGHT WISE week from 19 to 26 January 2013. Living Streets Guernsey has developed two lunch time walks for staff at the Princess Elizabeth Hospital following the success of Living Street Guernsey’s Guernsey Country Walks card maps. Pat Wisher has provided a sketch map for two circular walks

Round Table Christmas Fayre gives Guernsey charities opportunity to raise funds

November 18th, 2012 by Richard Lord

After the Fayre, Save the Children Christmas cards are available from Sue Fish, Chair of Save the Children Guernsey banch.

Attention focused on Road Safety Week from 19 to 25 November 2012

November 4th, 2012 by Living Streets Guernsey

With the end of British Summer Time (BST) on 28 October 2012, the sun sets earlier in the afternoon and people travel more often during the hours of darkness. All road users need to be very vigilant during the darker winter months. Drivers need to slow down and watch for vulnerable road users, and pedestrians […]

Living Streets’ Tranquility Walk reveals Guernsey at its best

July 25th, 2012 by Living Streets Guernsey

This year’s Living Streets Tranquillity Walk took place on Sunday 15 July 2012 when 54 islanders (including 6 children and two dogs) walked from The Longfrie Inn in St. Pierre du Bois through the lanes and green lanes down to the Pearl Centre at Fort Grey and then back again through the Torteval Lanes. Tom […]

Living Streets Guernsey AGM on 23 May 2012 celebrates 10th birthday

May 19th, 2012 by Living Streets Guernsey

The pedestrian safety group Living Streets Guernsey will be celebrating its 10th birthday at it’s AGM on Wednesday 23 May 2012 at 7.30 pm in the Emma Ferbrache Room at the PEH. Pat Wisher, Secretary of Living Streets and founder member, said “we were launched as STEPS at an evening event at St. Andrew’s School […]

Marks & Spencer continues support for Baubigny Schools walking path

June 8th, 2011 by Living Streets Guernsey

The Marks & Spencer Guernsey Franchise has agreed to provide funding towards the rent costs of the Baubigny Schools Pathway for the next two years, the pedestrian safety group Living Streets Guernsey LBG has said. Deputy Tom Le Pelley, Chair of Living Streets Guernsey, stated “Marks & Spencer was one of the first businesses to […]

Walk to Work Week is 9 to 13 May

May 6th, 2011 by Living Streets Guernsey

Living Streets Guernsey LBG is encouraging workers to make walking part of their daily routine. National Walk to Work Week from 9 to 13 May is the ideal time for commuters to give walking a go. Walking is an easy form of exercise that requires no special equipment and can be fitted into your daily […]

Living Streets and The Guernsey Society of the Men of the Trees join St. Sampson High School students to plant hedge and trees

February 3rd, 2011 by Richard Lord

On the sunny morning of 3 February 2011 a group of students from St. Sampson High School along with members of Living Streets Guernsey, the Guernsey Bicycle Group, and The Guernsey Society of the Men of the Trees (MOTT) dug holes and planted hawthorn and a selection of trees including ash, lime, horse chestnut and […]