Rural – Jersey Country Life Magazine


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 been restored and the car park has been reopened.

The Trust is also planning to host a range of small events, exhibitions and activities during the summer season.

Interested parties should provide relevant information including images of stalls/food trucks or information on suggested events and activities. These should be sent by email to Alan Le Maistre, Chief Executive Officer, on or in writing to The National Trust for Jersey, The Elms, St Mary, JE3 3EN.



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