THE NATIONAL TRUST FOR JERSEY – PLEMONT BOOK
To commemorate the 10th anniversary of the ‘Line in the Sand’, The National Trust for Jersey sake us to work with them to design and produce a ‘coffee table’ style book charting the history of Plémont from pre-historic times, its subsequent incarnation as a thriving post-war holiday destination to the more recent political debates and campaign to save it as a wild and natural space.
A WONDRFULL CHALLENGE
With our knowledge of the National Trust for Jersey and familiarity of their brand, objectives and with access to their image libraries, not to mention our impressive track record designing and producing high-end publications, we couldn’t wait to get started.CONTACT US
A COLLECTION OF PAPERS
The book is a collection of papers written by some of the many individuals who played a part in the saving of Plémont from development and its restoration as an open space for the enjoyment of all.CONTACT US
Full of beautiful images, the book outlines the history of the site, the heyday of tourism, the campaign and the renaissance of Plémont, it also includes all of the names of those islanders who signed the petition in 2006 calling for Plémont to be saved from development and to be publicly acquired for the people of Jersey.CONTACT US
THREE YEARS TO COME TO FRUITION
The book has taken The National Trust for Jersey three years to come to fruition and has been an extensive but ultimately worthwhile task to set out the incredible story of this unique place. It has involved the time and expertise of two editors; namely Chris Bright and Sir Philip Bailhache, some seventeen contributors and a plethora of photography both new and archived images, including some breathtaking aerial photography by BAM Perspectives and landscape images by Gary Grimshaw.CONTACT US
ALL PROCEEDS GO TO THE TRUST’S COASTLINE CAMPAIGN
We were proud to be the chosen designers for this wonderful publication, and took great satisfaction in the finished product.
Priced at £30.00 the book is available from The Elms, the headquarters of the National Trust and from its Georgian House in 16 New Street. All proceeds from sales will go towards the Trust’s Coastline Campaign.
SOMETHING FOR EVERYONE
Whether you campaigned to save Plémont, are interested the history of Parkin’s holiday camp and its first camp entertainment manager – Peter Sellers – or just love books about Jersey – ‘Saving Plémont for the People’ has something for everyone.CONTACT US
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