Rosalyne Le Huray
Silver Accredited Guide
Born in Guernsey and descended from several local families from Guernsey & Alderney stretching back over the centuries. I enjoy local history & folklore, churches & architecture and researching the local adventurers of years gone by.
“Barriers de la Ville”
A walk within the ancient barriers of the Town of St Peter Port. Learn about the history of the town & people of long ago.
“7 Lamps, few Bills and a Kidnap”
Duration 1.30hrs fairly flat walk
A guided walk around the immediate area surrounding St Stephen’s Church on the western edge of St Peter Port. An area of hidden history from pre-historic standing stones through to the Victorians, includes a visit to St Stephen’s Church to see the earliest and largest collection of William Morris Windows in the Channel Islands.
“A Tale of Two Churches”
Duration allow 2 hrs, fairly flat walk mostly on pavements.
A guided walk from St Stephen’s Church to St Joseph’s in a circular route returning to St Stephen’s in St Peter Port. A chance to see two churches built in the 1850s – 1860s at the height of the period known Gothic Revival Architecture designed by two renowned English architects A W Pugin & G F Bodley. The guided walk includes a brief history of the area and local personalities who lived and worshiped in the area.
Other guided walks tailored to your requirements on request