CLASSIC TRACTOR RUN

Tractors of yesteryear set off on the Jersey Classic Vehicle Club’s first run of 2024 last month with 34 participants, aged between 16 and 86, exploring the lanes through St John, St Mary and St Peter. The event was hosted by Trevor and Karen Barette of Home Farm, St John, where spectators viewed the modern […]

FARMERS COMPETE FOR COVETED COVER CROPS

Jersey farmers are being invited to take part in a competition to grow the best cover crop, thus supporting and increasing pollinators, bird feeding and soil health. The new competition, launched by potato supplier Albert Bartlett, has four cover crop categories – best bird, best visual, best pollinator and best soil health. The organisation will […]

HAVE YOUR SAY ABOUT GRÈVE DE LECQ

Opinions are being sought by the National Trust for Jersey about the future of the seaside café site at Grève de Lecq. A survey is the first phase of a public consultation process which aims to clarify what people want to see at the site by asking questions about the car park and the café […]

WALK THIS WAY INTO JERSEY’S NATIONAL PARK

Wanderers can enjoy exploring the Jersey National Park during May accompanied by experts who are leading 18 guided walks with diverse themes.  This year’s Walk in the Park called ‘Nature, at your own pace’ invites everyone to step outside and enjoy the natural world and engage in a variety of experiences from serene walks at […]

VIEW CLASSIC CARS AND RAISE FUNDS FOR NSPCC CHILDLINE

Classic Cars of all shapes and sizes will be on display at the Weighbridge from 10am on Sunday 21st April before they set off for a ‘Drive It Day’ raising funds for NSPCC Childline. The Classic Car Club is expecting between 30 and 35 cars to take part including MGs, Ford Escorts and possibly a Triumph […]

MILL WHEELS A GRINDING AT LE QUETIVEL

More than 300 kilos of locally grown wheat will be transformed into stoneground flour at Le Moulin de Quétivel in St Peter’s Valley on Saturday 27th April. Visitors to The National Trust for Jersey’s annual Heritage Milling Event can meet the miller and his wife, see the waterwheel in action, watch the milling process from start […]

PLANNING APPROVAL FOR TRINITY EQUINE WELLNESS CENTRE

Planning approval has been given for an equine wellness centre at Trinity at the site of an established livery stables. The application prompted Jersey’s equine community to unite with over 100 comments being posted online to support the venture. The design proposal, created by PAGE Architects Ltd, stated that Jersey is ‘desperately in need’ of […]

ROLL-UP, ROLL-UP TO MAKE SUMMER FUN AT GREVE DE LECQ

Pop-up eateries and food truck operators are being invited by The National Trust for Jersey to offer their services at the former Seaside Café at Grève de Lecq this summer. The States Assembly approved the acquisition and subsequent gifting of the site to the Trust earlier this year and public access to the beach has […]

WALKING THROUGH SPRING (DODGING THE APRIL SHOWERS!)

Walkers can enjoy over 30 trails through the Island’s varied landscapes during the National Trust for Jersey’s annual four-day ‘Walking Through Spring Festival’ which starts on Wednesday 10th April. It launches with a ‘Wildlife at Wellness’ walk along the coastal path at Pine Walk, St Catherine’s taking in the sunrise over the French coast and ends […]

THE JERSEY CIDER APPLE QUILT BOOK

Jersey’s rich heritage of growing apples and making cider is being celebrated at the Jersey Museum where a patchwork quilt is on display as part of the ‘Bouan Appétit’ exhibition. Its accompaniment, The Jersey Cider Apple Quilt Book, tells the story of how more than 300 people, aged from between three and 89, united to […]