Our last meeting of the year will take place on the 17th October, this will be a lecture given by Georgina Malet de Carteret, president of the National Trust.
The National Trust for Jersey is an independent charity dedicated to permanently protect Jersey’s natural beauty, rich wildlife and historic places for all to enjoy and experience. Georgina will be speaking about some of the National Trust’s recent projects, and its plans for the future.
Georgina’s background makes her the ideal person to be speaking about this: from her experience working at the Prince’s Charities Office overseeing abroad range of areas including the Built Environment, the Arts, Responsible Business and Enterprise, Young People, Global Sustainability and Rural Affairs, to her personal mission to restore the gardens and woodlands around St Ouen’s Manor to conserve its natural beauty and encourage wildlife, she will bring the enthusiasm and passion to bring this fascinating topic to life.
As usual, there will be a three course meal preceding the talk, and bar facilities open throughout.