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Durrell posted on their networks this week a story about Durrell’s honorary director Lee Durrell’s trip to Corfu in September to showcase the main places that inspired the recordings of the ITV channel’s The Durrells TV series.
The Telegraph story details details of the programming of the one-week experience, for those who want to know a little of the island and the favorite places of Gerald Durrell in his childhood.
Read the complete article at the Telegraph UK website.
Another publication of the Durrell networks was a thank you to the seventh year students at Voctoria College for raising £ 426.62 to Durrell through the Bee Safe Jersey, a project to raise awareness of the importance of bees to the environment.
Eden Powell and Adam Gavey, have sold “Bee Safe” home kits (which you can see on the project facebook page) and donated the value to Durrell’s projects.
Ending this Updates, startes this saturday, 15th, the Gerald Durrell’s Week.
The Gerald Durrell Week events include lectures with park keepers and behind-the-scenes visits to the animal departments so that participants can learn about the work done at Jersey Zoo as well as the major projects in Madagascar and Mauritius.
“Gerald Durrell Week is a magical and fascinating experience for anyone who has been inspired by Gerald Durrell’s books. It is a gathering of like-minded people who follow in Gerry’s footsteps, visiting the places he wrote about, meeting the animals he loved and reminding each other of the important legacy he left the world”.
In addition to activities at the Zoo, there will be tours of Jersey on the sites of Durrell’s island projects. Participants will learn more about the natural and cultural history of Jersey and are guided by local experts.
Gerald Durrell Week will provide a better view of Gerald’s legacy and of the island he has chosen to live by. In a blend of activities that features reading Gerald’s books, walks, lectures, and visits to areas that are not usually open to the public, Gerald Durrell’s Week More than 35 years.
Gerald Durrell Week is from July 15-21 and you can learn more about the event and subscriptions at the Gerald Durrell Week Jersey – Facebook Event.
Highlights on the Royal Marines‘ networks began with new photos of the “Tartan Eagle” exercise conducted by Commando 43 Fleet Protection Group – Royal Marines, and the United States Marine Corps Safety Force Regiment.
The quasi-identical missions have led to a long-standing bond of friendship between the two marine units, a friendship that is strengthened each year by combined training on both sides of the Scottish border in the Tartan Eagle Exercise.
Another highlight of the corporation this week was the annual Royal Marines Association (RMA) parade at the Memorial Spean Bridge.
The event was attended by members of Commando 43 of the Clyde Naval Base, as well as the runners who participated in the Royal Marines 1664 Challenge for the Royal Marines Charity – which has actor Henry Cavill as ambassador.
And on the page of the Commando Challenge, which takes place in Devon in October, the Royal Marines will release one test obstacle per week.
This week they shared the twin tunnels, which will await participants for the 5k and 10k challenges.
Registration for the event is open on www.commandochallenge.co.uk/signup
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