Durrell Tortoise Takeover

Tortoise Takeover was an island-wide, public art trail that brings together every part of Jersey's community and in turn, protect some of the most threatened species on the planet.

This summer, dozens of uniquely designed tortoise sculptures took over Jersey's wild places, coastal vistas and urban hangouts as ambassadors for all the work that Durrell undertakes with reptiles across the globe.

The Tortoise Trail is raising important funds as the Durrell team has an exciting vision for a Tropical House that will allow them to continue the exemplary care they provide for these precious species.

This year we sponsored two tortoises in the trail. A Giant tortoise, created by Hannah Jayne Lewin, which was displayed at St Martin's Village Green, and a second Young tortoise, as we joined forces with long-term partners Acorn Enterprises.

Tortoise Takeover auction

The Jersey Royal

Professor Hermiticus Repurpose

PwC involvement this year

Supporting local community group Acorn Enterprises

For participants on the 'Tortoise Trail' who visited our tortoise, we offered a limited edition, PwC reusable gift, available to collect from our collaborators Acorn Enterprises.

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Professor Hermiticus Repurpose

(affectionately known as Hermi)

As Acorn got to grips with transforming their Young tortoise, which we were delighted to sponsor, it was great to see this collaboration go from strength to strength.

We helped capture this transformation on camera, and we were all equally excited to see how this Young tortoise's unique story unfolded over social media.

Learn more about Acorn

Sponsoring artist Hannah Jayne Lewin

This year we joined forces with artist, Hannah Jayne Lewin, whose artistic style encompasses the use of vivid colour schemes, which she applies across various mediums.

Her portfolio showcases a diverse range of projects, including licensing designs, murals, and contributions to children's publishing.

Her piece, The Jersey Royal, was unveiled to the Jersey public on 1 July at St Martin's Village Green.

Learn more about Hannah

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The Jersey Royal

(affectionately known as Spud)

Contact us

Abigail McDermott

Abigail McDermott

Marketing and Communications Director, PwC Channel Islands

Tel: +44 7700 838353

Amy Pickering

Amy Pickering

Assurance Director, Sustainability, PwC Channel Islands

Tel: +44 7781 125874

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