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Parish of St Ouen

The Parish is the largest of the island's twelve parishes and covers the whole of the North West corner of Jersey.

From prehistoric Dolman's, 14th century castles to puffins and Marsh harriers and not forgetting the strong tradition of farming and fishing which were the principal occupations of those of the people who lived in this parish.

There are so many rambles to be undertaken in this parish each with its own theme.

One beautiful ramble is starting at the parish church which lies overlooking the beautiful bay of St Ouen's we will make our way on the deserted country lanes and cliff paths overlooking the other Channel Islands of Guernsey, Sark, Jethou, Herm and if it's

a clear day Alderney.

Taking in the view, of in my mind one of the bays on the island, Plemont.

We will then visit the 14th-century castle of Grosnez and ramble back through the lanes

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