Jersey planners pressed on national park in St Ouen

St Ouen's Bay
Image caption The bay was designated a "special place" in 1978

The National Trust in Jersey is pressing planners for a national park in St Ouen's Bay.

Charles Alluto, from the National Trust, has met States officials who are drawing up a strategic plan for the island.

The National Trust wants more protection for nature in the Island Plan, including a national park.

St Ouen's Bay was first designated a 'special place' in 1978 to maintain the character of the area.

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