Guided walks and tours around Guernsey

Bryan Pill

Silver Accredited Guide

Contact 07911 735208
Email bryan@pilotsnotebook.gg
guernseytours@pilotsnotebook.gg
talks@pilotsnotebook.gg

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About

Bryan is a natural story teller and an experienced, passionate speaker in the aviation world but has recently trained to be a Silver guide and has approached this new skill with the same enthusiam to bring history alive on his native Island. He would love to let you join him on an explore of this fascinating group of Islands

Walk 1

From Cornfields to Palaces – The might of Fort George. 

You may think Fort George is just an expensive housing estate or a place to walk your dog.  It is far, far more. It has beautiful views, is steeped in history and is huge. This remarkable site just cries out to be explored. So come and see this amazing Fort and see why for over 200 years Fort George and Fort Irwin have protected Guernsey against all comers.

Walk 2

St Peter Port Airport.

St Peter Port has been the centre for shipping through the ages but since the First World War aircraft have played an important part in town life. Explore the harbour region and hear how aircraft have landed, crashed and taken off from St Peter Port and how a Guernsey based squadron took on submarines in WW1 and how another became Guernsey’s ‘Own’ Squadron.

Aerial Tour of Guernsey, Herm and Jethou.

This is a free service for up to 2 people and all you have to pay is £120 direct to Guernsey Aero Club for the aircraft. Guernsey looks stunning from 1-2000 feet and Herm’s crystal clear waters are second to none. Spot Jethou’s observatory or your house or hotel,  look down into Ronez’s quarry and, subject to Air Traffic Control, run down the impossible-to-access south coast. We will meet up at the Aero Club at an agreed time - the flights last approx 25 minutes.  

Bryan Pill
Accredited Guides

Our guided tours cover a variety of different areas, subjects and interests. The majority of tours are English, but some guides also offer tours in French, German, or Dutch. Click on a guide name to start exploring.