Palm Sunday Walk draws 1,000 participants
The Bermuda National Trust Palm Sunday Walk attracted more than 1,000 participants, organisers said.
The two-hour ramble took in Seymour’s Pond, and Vesey nature reserves.
Walkers also took a look at a planned new nature reserve at High Point that was bought recently by Buy Back Bermuda.
Karen Border, the executive director of the BNT, told The Royal Gazette: “It was a great community event where people come together to experience and share parts of the island they may not be familiar with.
“The event attracts a wide range of people, young and old, Black and White, and it’s an interesting day.”
This year’s route was put together by Myles Darrell, the head of natural heritage at the BNT.
About 1,100 people registered to take part in the annual event.