Rural – Jersey Country Life Magazine


4 March is the 200th anniversary of the formation of the RNLI, and the Jersey branch are holding a number of special events:

8 March: Flag Day in King Street with a stall selling a variety of RNLI merchandise

16 March:  Fun Wine Tasting Competition at St Helier Yacht Club.   19.00hrs. £30.00 per person

24 March: Car wash on Albert Pier – only £5 to have your car washed by some of our lifeboat crew. For a small donation, tea, coffee and homemade cakes will be available

 2 April: The shop on Albert Pier re-opens. Tuesdays to Saturdays, 10.30am-2.00pm

15 June: Gala Ball at the RJA&HS

7 July: Open Garden. Mr and Mrs Bell have kindly agreed to open their stunning gardens at Trinity Manor for the benefit of the RNLI.   Open from 2.00pm – 5.00pm.   £5.00 pp, under 12s free.  Cream teas, plant stall and RNLI merchandise available to purchase.

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