We came across this wonderful photograph when sorting through our archives.
The following wording describes the event and is an extract from the Annual Report from 1929:
“Our annual Picnic was held on Thursday, June 25th. Our Blind Members and their Guides, assisted by the Committee and friends, assembled at the Town Hall (kindly lent by the Constable of St. Helier), at 2 p.m. Two char-a bancs were hired, and Messrs. D. R. Payne and T. F. Pirouet kindly lent and drove their cars. After a pleasant drive through the Western Parishes, Gréve-de-Lecq was reached where Mr. P. Musso and his staff were indefatigable in their attention and provided a very good tea. Then followed walks on the sands and the coast line which surrounds Gréve-de-Lecq. The homeward journey was taken via the Eastern Parishes and the delightful picnic came to an end all too soon shortly after 9 p.m.”