Jersey Airport (JER) is well served from most of the airports in United Kingdom and also has good connections to a selection of the European cities on the mainland. Facilities include Duty-free shopping, restaurant and bar, car hire, ATM’s and business facilities. Bus number 15 has regular connections between St Helier and the airport. The bus runs approximately every 30 minutes and it takes about 30 minutes to reach Liberation Bus Station in the heart of St Helier.
Liberty Bus Timetables
+ 44 7797 789123
Tantivy Blue Coach
+ 44 1534 706706
+44 1534 758360
+ 44 1534 636666
Driving is on the left and there is a speed limit of 40 miles (64km) per hour
Travelling by bus is an excellent way to see the island. There is an extensive reliable network crisscrossing Jersey. There are 1-day, 2-day, 3-day and 7-day passes available Liberty Bus Passes
Jersey Bike Hire
You can find post boxes and post offices all over
the island. Post Offices
Jersey postage stamp.
Phone: +44 1534 616616
There are numerous pharmacies scattered
around Jersey, mainly in the larger town areas.
Bank Holidays 9.30am-1pm and 2pm-9.30pm
Phone: +44 1534 734698 (24-hours)
Country code: +44 Area
Pound Sterling (JEP) £1 = 100 pence
Jersey has its own currency tied to the British Pound. All United Kingdom notes and coins are legal tender.
Opening hours From Mon-Sat shops are normally open from 9am-5.30pm.
During the summer some shops will stay open later. Thursday is traditionally late night shopping and stores are
open until 8pm. Shops are open on Sundays at their own discretion, normally between 11am-4pm.
Jersey Evening Post, JEP
Police, Fire Brigade and Ambulance: 999 and 112
Jersey Museum, Weighbridge, St Helier, Jersey
Open Mon-Sat 9.00am-5.00pm, Sun 10.00am-5.00pm
+44 1534 859000
Jersey`s General Hospital which includes A&E is situated at The Parade in St Helier
It is also important to note that visitors to the island will be required to pay for any treatment that may be required in the unfortunate event of illness or an injury, this includes travellers from the UK.
All visitors are therefore strongly advised to ensure that they have adequate health and medical insurance before travelling to the island.
Doctor`s visits and call-outs will also incur a charge
Defibrillators are located at various places around the island – Locations
Shopmobility in Jersey is based in the lower ground floor of the Sand Street car park in St Helier. It is the only charity in the Channel Islands dealing with the hire of mobility equipment.
We can hire mobility scooters, power chairs, manual wheelchairs, toilet seats on legs, shower stools, Zimmer frames and a selection of other mobility equipment.
We will deliver to your accommodation but ask for notice as we operate with few volunteers.
There is also a number of mobility scooters and manual chairs at Durrell Wildlife Conservation Centre.
Public Toilet locations in St Helier
Changing Places toilets are different to standard disabled toilets with extra features and more space to meet the needs as described in Changing Places Toilets
Churches – See Quick links