BNT Palm Sunday Walk Will Be Held In April

March 11, 2022

After a two-year hiatus, the Bermuda National Trust’s Palm Sunday Walk will be held in April of this year.

A spokesperson said, “This year’s Palm Sunday Walk is expected to draw hundreds of residents and visitors to explore the World Heritage Site in the East End on Sunday, 10 April 2022. The walk will start from Tiger Bay in St. George’s at 1:30pm, [latest start 2:30 pm].

“The route is about 5 miles and should take two to two-and-a-half hours to complete. Parking will be at Tiger Bay although participants are also encouraged to take the ferry from Hamilton, if available.

“As always, the route will take participants to places that the public does not regularly get to explore. A map will highlight points of cultural and natural interest in Bermuda’s World Heritage Site along the way. Walkers can enjoy breathtaking views, and will pass sites of national significance, old military cemeteries, secluded beauty spots and many historic buildings and monuments.

Time Lapse showing part of the BNT Palm Sunday Walk in 2017

“The Trust encourages all residents and visitors to come and participate in this great community event. All are welcome!” said Myles Darrell, the Trust’s Head of Natural Heritage, who has planned the route.

“This year we are asking participants to register and donate, to help the Trust cover the cost of organising the walk and to support our year-round work protecting Bermuda’s natural and cultural heritage.”

The BNT added. “Walkers can register at, or via the Trust website The registration fee is $20 for adults and teens and $10 for children 6 to 12. Registered participants can pick up their registration bibs at Waterville, 2 Pomander Road during business hours on Friday 8 April, or on Saturday, 9 April from 9:00 am – 12:00 pm. All participants will be eligible to win an iPad with the draw taking place at Waterville at 10:00 am on Monday, 11 April, 2022.

“The Palm Sunday Walk always relies on partnerships with property owners and cultural partners. This year is no different, with the Trust working closely with The Corporation of St. George, The St. George’s Foundation, Department of Parks, and other St. George’s stakeholders.

Palm Sunday Walk Bermuda March 10 2022

“We are encouraging people to come early for lunch or stay late for dinner and spend some time shopping in St. George’s,” said Myles Darrell. “The Old Town needs everyone’s support!”

“Participants are advised to wear sensible shoes and to note that the route is not suitable for strollers and dogs are not permitted. Road users in the St. George’s area on 10 April are asked to use care, as walkers will be on sections of the road for most of the afternoon.

“The Trust would like to like to thank John Barritt & Son Ltd. which is kindly providing the refreshments again this year. Participants are encouraged to bring their own drinks containers as water will be provided at the start/finish and halfway point. Hot Cross buns made by Sweet Saak Bakery will be available for a donation at the halfway point.

“There will also be opportunities to buy BNT water bottles, books, memberships and merchandise at the start and end point. Participants are asked to bring cash to support BNT and St. George’s businesses, before and after the Palm Sunday Walk.”

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