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Palm Sunday Walk to explore Warwick and Paget

The annual Palm Sunday Walk

The annual Bermuda National Trust’s Palm Sunday Walk will wind its way through Paget and Warwick this year.

The walk, which is due to take place this Sunday, begins from The Bermuda College at 2pm or no later 3pm. It is about five miles and will take about two to two and a half hours to complete.

The route will lead walkers to places that members of the public do not regularly get to explore including points of cultural and natural interest.

A spokesperson for the Trust said: “While providing breathtaking views throughout, this year’s walk will visit spectacular sites of national significance, historic neighbourhoods, a secluded nature reserve and pass several historic houses and buildings.

“The Trust encourages all locals and visitors to come and participate in this great community event. All are welcome and there is no charge for participation, although donations would be greatly appreciated.”

Road users in Paget and Warwick are asked to use care, as walkers will be on the road for most of the afternoon. Walkers should ideally wear sensible shoes as well as taking bottles of water.

John Barritt & Son has agreed to provide the refreshments. This years’s event has been sponsored by Sompo International which, according to the Trust“looks forward to the annual spring walk as a way to promote both environmental awareness and physical and mental health.”

There will be hilly parts and the route is not suitable for strollers or dogs.

Overspill parking will be at the Evangelical Church.

Details on how people can sponsor the walk in support of the Trust are available at www.bnt.bm.

For more information visit the Bermuda National Trust Facebook page or call 236-6483.