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  • Major-General James D’auvergne And The Building Of The Prince`s Tower
    10:00 am-4:00 pm
    2019.07.02-2019.09.24

    MAJOR-GENERAL JAMES D’AUVERGNE AND THE BUILDING OF THE PRINCE’S TOWER

    Tuesdays 10am to 4pm

    In 1759 Major-General James D’Auvergne, former equerry to Prince George, bought La Hougue Bie and in 1792 he gave it to his nephew Philippe D’Auvergne, who had already started building his ‘Prince’s Tower’. Hear stories about one of the most outstanding and distinctive structures ever built in Jersey accompanied by music of the time by Cally Noel.

  • LIVING HISTORY AT MONT ORGUEIL CASTLE
    10:00 am-4:00 pm
    2019.07.02-2019.09.27

    Please check listing to ensure that Living History is on today. History comes to life at the castle with something different to see almost every day, meet the Medieval man at arms, hear the storytellers or listen to tales and music from Cally Noel.

    MEDIEVAL MAN AT ARMS

    Tuesdays 10am to 4pm

    Master Gary, man at arms in the garrison, as he goes about his duties here at the King’s Castle in Gorey.   Find out about his daily duties and the equipment he must look after to ensure the King’s enemies are kept at a distance.

  • An Elizabethan Adventure – Uncovering Elizabeth Castle with Tracey Radford
    10:45 am-12:00 pm
    2019.07.02

    Join Blue Badge Guide Tracey Radford on a journey of discovery around Elizabeth Castle. Peel back the layers of Jersey’s history, climb battlements dating back to the 1590s, explore the turrets and bunkers and visit the Hermitage where St Helier, the Patron Saint of our Town is thought to have lived around 550 A.D.

    Built on a rocky islet in St Aubin’s Bay, Elizabeth Castle has defended Jersey for more than 300 years.  With Tracey discover the original site of the Abbey of St Helier, and visit the Governor’s House, once temporary home to important historical figures such as Sir Walter Raleigh and Charles II of England.

    Take an entertaining trip through the Castle’s long and varied history. Discover just how significant our small Island was in important historical events, through the days of the Empire, Civil War and the World Wars of the 20th Century.  Enjoy stories of battles, and their heroes.   Explore occupation bunkers, Tudor stairways, and a Georgian Parade Ground, there is so much to see and admire. History, legends, and amazing views – this is a tour to be savoured.

    As part of the Jersey Heritage attractions, Elizabeth Castle is accessible at low tide by foot, or, at both low and high tide, the Castle Ferry, which will transport you across the bay to and from the Castle. Elizabeth Castle is the perfect place to spend a day exploring Jersey’s history.

    The cost of Tracey’s tour is included in your castle admission.

    Tour begins at 10.45 until 12 noon every Tuesday morning.

    Tickets can be obtained at the Castle Ferry Kiosk, Les Jardins de la Mer, West Park, St Helier, JE3 3NU

    For more information you can contact Tracey on 07797 740664 or call the Castle Ferry Kiosk on +44 (0)1534 634048

  • Living With The Enemy – Tom Bunting
    2:26 pm
    2019.07.02-2019.10.29

    A guided walk about life during the German Occupation.

    A linear walk every Tuesday, from May 7th until October 29th 2019

    Leaving the Gunsite Café, Beaumont, in St Aubin’s bay at 10:30, arriving at the Jersey War Tunnels about 12:45.

    Take a stroll through beautiful St Peter’s Valley as you delve into life in Jersey when it was occupied in World War II. What was life like for everyday people? What did they eat? How did they know what was going on in the outside world? The walk takes you along past occupation relics on country lanes up to the high woodland area of Les Gellettes which had lain undisturbed for 60 years – until Channel Four’s Time Team came to excavate in the spring of 2010.  You will see the original trenches and gun emplacements built by the occupying forces and hear all about the excavations, before finally ending up at the famous Jersey War Tunnels.

    No need to book, just turn up!

    Adults £10.00

    For further information, please contact Blue Badge Guide Tom Bunting on 07797780868 or email tom.bunting@localdial.com

  • Uncovering the hidden treasures of St Helier
    4:00 pm-5:15 pm
    2019.07.02

    Meet at the Jersey Cows in West’s Centre, St Helier, to enjoy a mysterious meander through Victorian St Helier, to admire the architecture, and hear tales of town life through the Centuries.   Find out where the streets really are “paved” with gold, have a photograph with a Royal, discover a Penfold Post Box, find evidence of the musket shots from the Battle of Jersey, and uncover the secret hidden within the paving of our Place du Marché. There is so much to discover, so join Kary and allow her to reveal our town’s hidden treasures.

    The Town Walk takes place every Tuesday and Thursday afternoon at 4  p.m.from West’s Centre.  Booking in advance is required.

    Telephone Kary on 07797 741176

  • NT LIVE: Small Island
    7:00 pm-9:00 pm
    2019.07.02

    Andrea Levy’s Orange Prize-winning novel Small Island comes to life in an epic new theatre adaptation. Experience the play in cinemas, filmed live on stage as part of National Theatre Live’s 10th birthday.

    Small Island embarks on a journey from Jamaica to Britain, through the Second World War to 1948 – the year the HMT Empire Windrushdocked at Tilbury.

    The play follows three intricately connected stories. Hortense yearns for a new life away from rural Jamaica, Gilbert dreams of becoming a lawyer, and Queenie longs to escape her Lincolnshire roots. Hope and humanity meet stubborn reality as the play traces the tangled history of Jamaica and the UK.

    A company of 40 actors take to the stage of the National Theatre in this timely and moving story.

    CERT: 12A

    Image (Leah Harvey) by Franklyn Rodgers

  • Cold War (Zimna Wojna)
    8:00 pm-10:00 pm
    2019.07.02

    Cold War is a passionate love story between a man and a woman who meet in the ruins of post-war Poland. With vastly different backgrounds and temperaments, they are fatefully mismatched and yet condemned to each other. Set against the background of the Cold War in 1950s Poland, Berlin, Yugoslavia and Paris, it’s the tale of a couple separated by politics, character flaws and unfortunate twists of fate – an impossible love story in impossible times.

  • More events
    • Major-General James D'auvergne And The Building Of The Prince`s Tower
      10:00 am-4:00 pm
      2019.07.02-2019.09.24

      MAJOR-GENERAL JAMES D’AUVERGNE AND THE BUILDING OF THE PRINCE’S TOWER

      Tuesdays 10am to 4pm

      In 1759 Major-General James D’Auvergne, former equerry to Prince George, bought La Hougue Bie and in 1792 he gave it to his nephew Philippe D’Auvergne, who had already started building his ‘Prince’s Tower’. Hear stories about one of the most outstanding and distinctive structures ever built in Jersey accompanied by music of the time by Cally Noel.

    • LIVING HISTORY AT MONT ORGUEIL CASTLE
      10:00 am-4:00 pm
      2019.07.02-2019.09.27

      Please check listing to ensure that Living History is on today. History comes to life at the castle with something different to see almost every day, meet the Medieval man at arms, hear the storytellers or listen to tales and music from Cally Noel.

      MEDIEVAL MAN AT ARMS

      Tuesdays 10am to 4pm

      Master Gary, man at arms in the garrison, as he goes about his duties here at the King’s Castle in Gorey.   Find out about his daily duties and the equipment he must look after to ensure the King’s enemies are kept at a distance.

    • An Elizabethan Adventure – Uncovering Elizabeth Castle with Tracey Radford
      10:45 am-12:00 pm
      2019.07.02

      Join Blue Badge Guide Tracey Radford on a journey of discovery around Elizabeth Castle. Peel back the layers of Jersey’s history, climb battlements dating back to the 1590s, explore the turrets and bunkers and visit the Hermitage where St Helier, the Patron Saint of our Town is thought to have lived around 550 A.D.

      Built on a rocky islet in St Aubin’s Bay, Elizabeth Castle has defended Jersey for more than 300 years.  With Tracey discover the original site of the Abbey of St Helier, and visit the Governor’s House, once temporary home to important historical figures such as Sir Walter Raleigh and Charles II of England.

      Take an entertaining trip through the Castle’s long and varied history. Discover just how significant our small Island was in important historical events, through the days of the Empire, Civil War and the World Wars of the 20th Century.  Enjoy stories of battles, and their heroes.   Explore occupation bunkers, Tudor stairways, and a Georgian Parade Ground, there is so much to see and admire. History, legends, and amazing views – this is a tour to be savoured.

      As part of the Jersey Heritage attractions, Elizabeth Castle is accessible at low tide by foot, or, at both low and high tide, the Castle Ferry, which will transport you across the bay to and from the Castle. Elizabeth Castle is the perfect place to spend a day exploring Jersey’s history.

      The cost of Tracey’s tour is included in your castle admission.

      Tour begins at 10.45 until 12 noon every Tuesday morning.

      Tickets can be obtained at the Castle Ferry Kiosk, Les Jardins de la Mer, West Park, St Helier, JE3 3NU

      For more information you can contact Tracey on 07797 740664 or call the Castle Ferry Kiosk on +44 (0)1534 634048

    • Living With The Enemy – Tom Bunting
      2:26 pm
      2019.07.02-2019.10.29

      A guided walk about life during the German Occupation.

      A linear walk every Tuesday, from May 7th until October 29th 2019

      Leaving the Gunsite Café, Beaumont, in St Aubin’s bay at 10:30, arriving at the Jersey War Tunnels about 12:45.

      Take a stroll through beautiful St Peter’s Valley as you delve into life in Jersey when it was occupied in World War II. What was life like for everyday people? What did they eat? How did they know what was going on in the outside world? The walk takes you along past occupation relics on country lanes up to the high woodland area of Les Gellettes which had lain undisturbed for 60 years – until Channel Four’s Time Team came to excavate in the spring of 2010.  You will see the original trenches and gun emplacements built by the occupying forces and hear all about the excavations, before finally ending up at the famous Jersey War Tunnels.

      No need to book, just turn up!

      Adults £10.00

      For further information, please contact Blue Badge Guide Tom Bunting on 07797780868 or email tom.bunting@localdial.com

    • Uncovering the hidden treasures of St Helier
      4:00 pm-5:15 pm
      2019.07.02

      Meet at the Jersey Cows in West’s Centre, St Helier, to enjoy a mysterious meander through Victorian St Helier, to admire the architecture, and hear tales of town life through the Centuries.   Find out where the streets really are “paved” with gold, have a photograph with a Royal, discover a Penfold Post Box, find evidence of the musket shots from the Battle of Jersey, and uncover the secret hidden within the paving of our Place du Marché. There is so much to discover, so join Kary and allow her to reveal our town’s hidden treasures.

      The Town Walk takes place every Tuesday and Thursday afternoon at 4  p.m.from West’s Centre.  Booking in advance is required.

      Telephone Kary on 07797 741176

    • NT LIVE: Small Island
      7:00 pm-9:00 pm
      2019.07.02

      Andrea Levy’s Orange Prize-winning novel Small Island comes to life in an epic new theatre adaptation. Experience the play in cinemas, filmed live on stage as part of National Theatre Live’s 10th birthday.

      Small Island embarks on a journey from Jamaica to Britain, through the Second World War to 1948 – the year the HMT Empire Windrushdocked at Tilbury.

      The play follows three intricately connected stories. Hortense yearns for a new life away from rural Jamaica, Gilbert dreams of becoming a lawyer, and Queenie longs to escape her Lincolnshire roots. Hope and humanity meet stubborn reality as the play traces the tangled history of Jamaica and the UK.

      A company of 40 actors take to the stage of the National Theatre in this timely and moving story.

      CERT: 12A

      Image (Leah Harvey) by Franklyn Rodgers

    • Cold War (Zimna Wojna)
      8:00 pm-10:00 pm
      2019.07.02

      Cold War is a passionate love story between a man and a woman who meet in the ruins of post-war Poland. With vastly different backgrounds and temperaments, they are fatefully mismatched and yet condemned to each other. Set against the background of the Cold War in 1950s Poland, Berlin, Yugoslavia and Paris, it’s the tale of a couple separated by politics, character flaws and unfortunate twists of fate – an impossible love story in impossible times.

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  • LIVING HISTORY AT MONT ORGUEIL CASTLE
    10:00 am-4:00 pm
    2019.07.03-2019.09.27

    Please check listing to ensure that Living History is on today. History comes to life at the castle with something different to see almost every day, meet the Medieval man at arms, hear the storytellers or listen to tales and music from Cally Noel.

    Living History at Mont Orgueil starts on 1 May until 27 September.

    Please note that dates and times may change at short notice please check with the castle in advance if you wish to see a particular performance.

    Normal admission prices apply.  Jersey Heritage members go free.

    1591 – SIR JOHN NORRIS PAID A VISIT TO MONT ORGUEIL CASTLE

    Wednesdays 10am to 4pm

    Sir John Norris, the most acclaimed British soldier of his day paid a visit to Mont Orgueil Castle to see his sister Lady Catherine Paulet and her husband Sir Anthony Paulet, Governor of Jersey. He reported that ‘ the castle was of little strength, as for the Islanders themselves, they were a fearful people who took alarm at every ship they saw and who would run out of the island if they had a back door’. Hear tales and intrigue of who the Jersey Islanders feared accompanied with Tudor music by Cally Noel.

  • HANDMADE JERSEY – A WORK IN PROGRESS
    10:00 am-5:00 pm
    2019.07.03-2019.12.30

    This exhibition shines a light on the talents of Jersey’s amateur artists and craftspeople, and with our ‘Make Space’ visitors will have an opportunity to create something themselves.

    This exhibition shines a light on the talents of Jersey’s amateur artists and craftspeople, and with our ‘Make Space’ visitors will have an opportunity to create something themselves.

    This exhibition displays both historical and contemporary art and craft, ranging from a Neolithic pot and 18th century samplers, to a huge Cosplay costume made out of recycled materials. Some of the exhibits are from the Jersey Heritage collections and have never been on display, and some have been lent by Islanders.

    There is also a ‘Make Space’, sponsored by the Association of Jersey Charities and Channel Islands Lottery, where visitors to the exhibition can try their hand at various craft activities.

    From a knitted Battle of Jersey to an Occupation costume made out of tins, Handmade Jersey explores humanity’s instinct to create. The exhibition also explores the relationship people have with materials, in particular those that are found in Jersey, such as shells and harestail, as well as things that can be found and reused

    Any groups or schools interested in using the ‘Make Space’ during the exhibition, either as a one-off or regularly, can contact handmade@jerseyheritage.org to book a date and time.  Please be aware that on this occasion JH will share your information with a third party for the purposes of making bookings. Your data will be deleted by the third party within 14 days of the craft session being completed.

    Normal entry fee applies, Jersey Heritage Members go free.

  • Glimpses Exhibition
    10:00 am-5:30 pm
    2019.07.03-2019.07.07

    This all-female exhibition features the work of Linda Rose Parkes – paintings, June Gould – ceramics and Amanda Therese Studio – vintage figures.

    The exhibition continues 7 days a week, 10am – 5.30pm until Sunday 7th July.

  • Myths, Mysteries and Medieval Marvels of St Clement
    10:30 am-12:30 pm
    2019.07.03

    Enjoy a light-hearted adventure through the lanes and footpaths of St Clement to uncover the stories behind our imposing Jersey Round Towers, find an ancient follie and visit a remarkable 6000 year old tomb.

    Also discover a lost railway bridge and follow along the erstwhile track of the old Jersey Eastern Railway, past two station houses which still exist today.

    Hear of also mariner’s mysteries, seafaring stories and discover a hidden lighthouse and medieval pathways.

    Beginning at Le Hocq, St Clement this circular walk explores the coastline for a short distance before heading inland along forgotten pathways, admiring spectacular sweeping sea views from ancient hilltop monuments.

    Toilet facilities and refreshments available at the beginning and end of route.

    Booking Essential

    Please call Kary Day (07797 741176)

    or e-mail kary@jerseyuncovered.com

    Liberty Bus Route 1

  • The People of St Brelade’s Bay from Neanderthal to Today
    1:00 pm-3:00 pm
    2019.07.03

    This walk starts on the slipway by St Brelades Church. Join your guide, Nicky Mansell who will bring to life the people who lived in the bay during the occupation and the fishermen who left for the cod banks off Canada. Nicky will take participants back to prehistoric times when you could have walked to France and mammoth roamed where the sea is now. The walk is easy but does involve some scrambling over the rocky foreshore to the bottom of the ravine where the Neanderthals once lived for the more adventurous.

    Meet 1.00pm – St Brelades Church slipway

    Kindly supported by the Condor Community Fund 2019

    We offer substantially reduced rates for Members. Membership starts from £30 for an adult and £15 for a child p.a.If you would like to become a member click HERE

  • Birds Are Singing in Kigali
    8:00 pm-10:00 pm
    2019.07.03

    Poland 2017 / 113 mins / Cert: NR

    Directors: Joanna Kos-Krauze + Krzysztof Krauze

    In Rwanda in 1994, a Polish ornithologist saves a Tutsi girl from certain death. After a few years they both revisit Africa on an emotional journey full of painful memories.

  • More events
    • LIVING HISTORY AT MONT ORGUEIL CASTLE
      10:00 am-4:00 pm
      2019.07.03-2019.09.27

      Please check listing to ensure that Living History is on today. History comes to life at the castle with something different to see almost every day, meet the Medieval man at arms, hear the storytellers or listen to tales and music from Cally Noel.

      Living History at Mont Orgueil starts on 1 May until 27 September.

      Please note that dates and times may change at short notice please check with the castle in advance if you wish to see a particular performance.

      Normal admission prices apply.  Jersey Heritage members go free.

      1591 – SIR JOHN NORRIS PAID A VISIT TO MONT ORGUEIL CASTLE

      Wednesdays 10am to 4pm

      Sir John Norris, the most acclaimed British soldier of his day paid a visit to Mont Orgueil Castle to see his sister Lady Catherine Paulet and her husband Sir Anthony Paulet, Governor of Jersey. He reported that ‘ the castle was of little strength, as for the Islanders themselves, they were a fearful people who took alarm at every ship they saw and who would run out of the island if they had a back door’. Hear tales and intrigue of who the Jersey Islanders feared accompanied with Tudor music by Cally Noel.

    • HANDMADE JERSEY – A WORK IN PROGRESS
      10:00 am-5:00 pm
      2019.07.03-2019.12.30

      This exhibition shines a light on the talents of Jersey’s amateur artists and craftspeople, and with our ‘Make Space’ visitors will have an opportunity to create something themselves.

      This exhibition shines a light on the talents of Jersey’s amateur artists and craftspeople, and with our ‘Make Space’ visitors will have an opportunity to create something themselves.

      This exhibition displays both historical and contemporary art and craft, ranging from a Neolithic pot and 18th century samplers, to a huge Cosplay costume made out of recycled materials. Some of the exhibits are from the Jersey Heritage collections and have never been on display, and some have been lent by Islanders.

      There is also a ‘Make Space’, sponsored by the Association of Jersey Charities and Channel Islands Lottery, where visitors to the exhibition can try their hand at various craft activities.

      From a knitted Battle of Jersey to an Occupation costume made out of tins, Handmade Jersey explores humanity’s instinct to create. The exhibition also explores the relationship people have with materials, in particular those that are found in Jersey, such as shells and harestail, as well as things that can be found and reused

      Any groups or schools interested in using the ‘Make Space’ during the exhibition, either as a one-off or regularly, can contact handmade@jerseyheritage.org to book a date and time.  Please be aware that on this occasion JH will share your information with a third party for the purposes of making bookings. Your data will be deleted by the third party within 14 days of the craft session being completed.

      Normal entry fee applies, Jersey Heritage Members go free.

    • Glimpses Exhibition
      10:00 am-5:30 pm
      2019.07.03-2019.07.07

      This all-female exhibition features the work of Linda Rose Parkes – paintings, June Gould – ceramics and Amanda Therese Studio – vintage figures.

      The exhibition continues 7 days a week, 10am – 5.30pm until Sunday 7th July.

    • Myths, Mysteries and Medieval Marvels of St Clement
      10:30 am-12:30 pm
      2019.07.03

      Enjoy a light-hearted adventure through the lanes and footpaths of St Clement to uncover the stories behind our imposing Jersey Round Towers, find an ancient follie and visit a remarkable 6000 year old tomb.

      Also discover a lost railway bridge and follow along the erstwhile track of the old Jersey Eastern Railway, past two station houses which still exist today.

      Hear of also mariner’s mysteries, seafaring stories and discover a hidden lighthouse and medieval pathways.

      Beginning at Le Hocq, St Clement this circular walk explores the coastline for a short distance before heading inland along forgotten pathways, admiring spectacular sweeping sea views from ancient hilltop monuments.

      Toilet facilities and refreshments available at the beginning and end of route.

      Booking Essential

      Please call Kary Day (07797 741176)

      or e-mail kary@jerseyuncovered.com

      Liberty Bus Route 1

    • The People of St Brelade’s Bay from Neanderthal to Today
      1:00 pm-3:00 pm
      2019.07.03

      This walk starts on the slipway by St Brelades Church. Join your guide, Nicky Mansell who will bring to life the people who lived in the bay during the occupation and the fishermen who left for the cod banks off Canada. Nicky will take participants back to prehistoric times when you could have walked to France and mammoth roamed where the sea is now. The walk is easy but does involve some scrambling over the rocky foreshore to the bottom of the ravine where the Neanderthals once lived for the more adventurous.

      Meet 1.00pm – St Brelades Church slipway

      Kindly supported by the Condor Community Fund 2019

      We offer substantially reduced rates for Members. Membership starts from £30 for an adult and £15 for a child p.a.If you would like to become a member click HERE

    • Birds Are Singing in Kigali
      8:00 pm-10:00 pm
      2019.07.03

      Poland 2017 / 113 mins / Cert: NR

      Directors: Joanna Kos-Krauze + Krzysztof Krauze

      In Rwanda in 1994, a Polish ornithologist saves a Tutsi girl from certain death. After a few years they both revisit Africa on an emotional journey full of painful memories.

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  • Victorian Blacksmith
    10:00 am-4:00 pm
    2019.07.04

    VICTORIAN BLACKSMITH

    Thursdays 4 July, 11 July, 18 July, 25 July, 1 August, 8 August,  10am to 4pm

    Be captivated by the Victorian Blacksmith as he uses a 19th century hand-operated coke forge and hand tools to make small useful objects to give away as souvenirs.

  • Spinning a Yarn
    10:00 am-4:00 pm
    2019.07.04-2019.09.19

    Come on a journey through Spinning History. Marvel at the spinning of the Drop Spindle in use from the Early Middle ages and possibly before, the click of the Walking Wheel in evidence from the 1300’s, the handle-driven and beautifully wood turned Jersey Wheel through to the whir of the Treadle Wheel.  Watch as Emma skilfully turns wool into yarn, to be used for one of the most important industries in the Channel Islands at that time – the knitting industry.

  • Queen Victoria And Prince Albert`s Special Visit To Mont Orgueil Castle
    10:00 am-4:00 pm
    2019.07.04-2019.09.27

    QUEEN VICTORIA AND PRINCE ALBERT’S SPECIAL VISIT TO MONT ORGUEIL CASTLE

    Thursdays 10am to 4pm

    On 3rd September 1846, Queen Victoria and Prince Albert visited Jersey, and were driven in a four-horse drawn carriage through the town, via La Hougue Bie to Mont Orgueil Castle, where the Royal Couple alighted, climbing to the summit! Hear more about this special Royal visit with music from the time by Cally Noel.

  • Occupation to Liberation – FREE WALK
    10:30 am-12:30 pm
    2019.07.04

    Join the Jersey Tourist Guides Association for a FREE 2 hour guided tour of St Helier every Thursday from 10.30am.
    Meet at the St Helier’s Town Hall, 50 York Street, St Helier, Jersey JE4 8PA (map)
    Delve into the many varied and fascinating aspects of Jersey’s capital. Every week a different guide from the Jersey Tourist Guides Association will take you on an easy themed walk revealing the history and life of the ancient and modern town of St. Helier. The Parish of St. Helier kindly sponsors this event. 
  • Uncovering the hidden treasures of St Helier
    4:00 pm-5:15 pm
    2019.07.04

    Meet at the Jersey Cows in West’s Centre, St Helier, to enjoy a mysterious meander through Victorian St Helier, to admire the architecture, and hear tales of town life through the Centuries.   Find out where the streets really are “paved” with gold, have a photograph with a Royal, discover a Penfold Post Box, find evidence of the musket shots from the Battle of Jersey, and uncover the secret hidden within the paving of our Place du Marché. There is so much to discover, so join Kary and allow her to reveal our town’s hidden treasures.

    The Town Walk takes place every Tuesday and Thursday afternoon at 4  p.m.from West’s Centre.  Booking in advance is required.

    Telephone Kary on 07797 741176

  • The Tempest
    7:30 pm-9:00 pm
    2019.07.04-2019.07.09

    A storm rages.

    Prospero and Miranda watch from their Island home, as enemies from the past wash up on their shores.

    Plotting, bewitching love and enchantment follow as the shipwrecked mariners explore this peculiar place of spirits and monsters, where they discover that not all is as it seems.

    Be transported to a world of marvels, magic and mystery in the beautiful gardens of Samarès Manor – dress suitably for this al-fresco adventure!

    Limited capacity per performance, so book quickly to avoid disappointment!

    Suitable for 8 years +

    pre show picnics available – see facebook.com/barrowatthemanor for details and bookings

  • She Will Rock You
    7:30 pm-12:00 am
    2019.07.04-2019.07.05

    Returning to Jersey after a sell out show last year, the fabulous Lorraine Crosby famous for singing with Meatloaf, I will do anything for love. Not to be missed!

  • Breaking the Limit (Najlepszy)
    8:00 pm-10:00 pm
    2019.07.04

    The fascinating, true-life story of endurance athlete Jerzy Gorski. In the 1990 World Triathlon Championships Double Ironman competition, he finished with a time of 24:47:46, setting a world record. His story is full of incredible ups and downs, tremendous effort, and unbelievable strength. His achievements would not have been possible without the two women in his life. One woman he lost, the other woman inspired him to fight for his life. The extraordinary story of a man who found himself on the verge of self-annihilation only to overcome his addictions and succeed in the most unbelievable way.

  • More events
    • Victorian Blacksmith
      10:00 am-4:00 pm
      2019.07.04

      VICTORIAN BLACKSMITH

      Thursdays 4 July, 11 July, 18 July, 25 July, 1 August, 8 August,  10am to 4pm

      Be captivated by the Victorian Blacksmith as he uses a 19th century hand-operated coke forge and hand tools to make small useful objects to give away as souvenirs.

    • Spinning a Yarn
      10:00 am-4:00 pm
      2019.07.04-2019.09.19

      Come on a journey through Spinning History. Marvel at the spinning of the Drop Spindle in use from the Early Middle ages and possibly before, the click of the Walking Wheel in evidence from the 1300’s, the handle-driven and beautifully wood turned Jersey Wheel through to the whir of the Treadle Wheel.  Watch as Emma skilfully turns wool into yarn, to be used for one of the most important industries in the Channel Islands at that time – the knitting industry.

    • Queen Victoria And Prince Albert`s Special Visit To Mont Orgueil Castle
      10:00 am-4:00 pm
      2019.07.04-2019.09.27

      QUEEN VICTORIA AND PRINCE ALBERT’S SPECIAL VISIT TO MONT ORGUEIL CASTLE

      Thursdays 10am to 4pm

      On 3rd September 1846, Queen Victoria and Prince Albert visited Jersey, and were driven in a four-horse drawn carriage through the town, via La Hougue Bie to Mont Orgueil Castle, where the Royal Couple alighted, climbing to the summit! Hear more about this special Royal visit with music from the time by Cally Noel.

    • Occupation to Liberation - FREE WALK
      10:30 am-12:30 pm
      2019.07.04
      Join the Jersey Tourist Guides Association for a FREE 2 hour guided tour of St Helier every Thursday from 10.30am.
      Meet at the St Helier’s Town Hall, 50 York Street, St Helier, Jersey JE4 8PA (map)
      Delve into the many varied and fascinating aspects of Jersey’s capital. Every week a different guide from the Jersey Tourist Guides Association will take you on an easy themed walk revealing the history and life of the ancient and modern town of St. Helier. The Parish of St. Helier kindly sponsors this event. 
    • Uncovering the hidden treasures of St Helier
      4:00 pm-5:15 pm
      2019.07.04

      Meet at the Jersey Cows in West’s Centre, St Helier, to enjoy a mysterious meander through Victorian St Helier, to admire the architecture, and hear tales of town life through the Centuries.   Find out where the streets really are “paved” with gold, have a photograph with a Royal, discover a Penfold Post Box, find evidence of the musket shots from the Battle of Jersey, and uncover the secret hidden within the paving of our Place du Marché. There is so much to discover, so join Kary and allow her to reveal our town’s hidden treasures.

      The Town Walk takes place every Tuesday and Thursday afternoon at 4  p.m.from West’s Centre.  Booking in advance is required.

      Telephone Kary on 07797 741176

    • The Tempest
      7:30 pm-9:00 pm
      2019.07.04-2019.07.09

      A storm rages.

      Prospero and Miranda watch from their Island home, as enemies from the past wash up on their shores.

      Plotting, bewitching love and enchantment follow as the shipwrecked mariners explore this peculiar place of spirits and monsters, where they discover that not all is as it seems.

      Be transported to a world of marvels, magic and mystery in the beautiful gardens of Samarès Manor – dress suitably for this al-fresco adventure!

      Limited capacity per performance, so book quickly to avoid disappointment!

      Suitable for 8 years +

      pre show picnics available – see facebook.com/barrowatthemanor for details and bookings

    • She Will Rock You
      7:30 pm-12:00 am
      2019.07.04-2019.07.05

      Returning to Jersey after a sell out show last year, the fabulous Lorraine Crosby famous for singing with Meatloaf, I will do anything for love. Not to be missed!

    • Breaking the Limit (Najlepszy)
      8:00 pm-10:00 pm
      2019.07.04

      The fascinating, true-life story of endurance athlete Jerzy Gorski. In the 1990 World Triathlon Championships Double Ironman competition, he finished with a time of 24:47:46, setting a world record. His story is full of incredible ups and downs, tremendous effort, and unbelievable strength. His achievements would not have been possible without the two women in his life. One woman he lost, the other woman inspired him to fight for his life. The extraordinary story of a man who found himself on the verge of self-annihilation only to overcome his addictions and succeed in the most unbelievable way.

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  • COIN HOARD TOUR
    All day
    2019.07.05-2019.09.30

    Ancient coins from Jersey’s world-famous Celtic coin hoard will be making their way around the Island as part of a special pop-up exhibition. The FREE touring exhibition, which is kindly supported by Benest & Syvret will come to your Parish/Public Hall over the next year.

    The exhibition will spend a month in each parish hall over the next year, giving as many Islanders as possible the opportunity to view some of the Iron Age coins, and to find out more about the story behind the hoard. Entry to the exhibition is free.

    The massive hoard, which contained nearly 70,000 coins, was found in a field in 2012 by metal detectorists Reg Mead and Richard Miles. It had lain buried for 2,000 years. Since then, Jersey Heritage conservators, archaeologists and volunteers have painstakingly unpicked and studied the hoard, watched every step of the way by the world’s media and a fascinated public.

    Ancient gold torques, silver coins, and gold and silver jewellery excavated from the hoard are on display at La Hougue Bie Museum (during normal opening hours, please see our Places to Visit section), and it is some of these treasures that are part of the pop-up exhibition.  A useful child-friendly guide has been designed to help children understand where the hoard has come from, it’s history and who burried it.  The pack is free to download here or available, thanks to Benest & Syvret at each Parish Hall.

    Exhibition Dates and Locations

    January 2019St John Parish Hall

     

    FebruarySt Mary Parish Hall

     

    MarchSt Clement Parish Hall

     

    AprilSt Lawrence Parish Hall

     

    May

     

    St Brelade Parish Hall
    June

     

    Trinity Parish Hall
    July

     

    St Saviour Parish Hall
    August

     

    St Ouen Parish Hall
    September 2019

     

    St Helier
  • Living History At Mont Orgueil Castle – Castle Falconer
    All day
    2019.07.05

    CASTLE FALCONER

    Friday –  10 May, 24 May, 7 June, 21 June, 5 July, 19 July, 2 August, 16 August, 30 August, 13 September

    Meet Michaut, the Castle Falconer, and his hawk Sovereign. Discover how Michaut cares for and trains his birds of prey, and watch him perform the fascinating skills of medieval falconry. Learn what a ‘hoodwinked’ or a ‘haggard’ bird is, and who is a ‘cadger’ or a ‘boozer’. You’ll find Michaut and Sovereign in the Middle Ward.

  • Living History Elizabeth Castle – Sarah Brown, 18th century Army wife
    10:00 am-4:00 pm
    2019.07.05-2019.09.27

    SARAH BROWN, 18TH CENTURY ARMY WIFE

    From 3 May to 27 September- Fridays – 10am to 4pm

    Sarah Brown is the wife of a soldier garrisoned here at Elizabeth Castle. Only six women for every 100 men are allowed to travel with their husbands. The women are described as army followers and must be of good character and able to work and support the army, of which they are an integral part. They receive half rations.

    Sarah works as a sutler supplying the soldiers with goods to supplement their rations. She is also a laundress and is paid by the soldiers for the work she does.

  • Living History At Mont Orgueil Castle – Armourer
    10:00 am-4:00 pm
    2019.07.05-2019.09.27

    ARMOURER

    Fridays – 10am to 4pm

    Learn about medieval archery, weaponry & armour.

  • TREASURE – REVEALING THE SECRETS OF THE HOARD
    10:00 am-4:00 pm
    2019.07.05-2019.11.02

    https://vimeo.com/234879613

    The real journey of discovery begins as we start to look at why the hoard was buried, by whom and when, following clues revealed by the contents of the hoard.

    The story is just beginning…During the summer of 2012 two men, using metal detectors, discovered ancient treasure in a field in Jersey. This treasure of compacted coins and jewellery had lain hidden for 3,000 years.

    Conservators have now excavated the hoard and found some truly amazing treasures including gold torques and silver ingots.Discover our curators choice of the five top finds and learn a little more about the hoard here.

    Now the real journey of discovery begins as we start to look at why the hoard was buried, by whom and when, following clues revealed by the contents of the hoard.

    Sponsored by Benest & Syvret

     

    ENTRY FEE

    Normal admission prices charged.  Free for Jersey Heritage members.

  • Sally the Smuggler
    10:00 am-4:00 pm
    2019.07.05-2019.09.23

    SALLY THE SMUGGLER

    Every Monday and Friday subject to availability 10am to 4pm

    Meet Sally the Smuggler.  She’s definitely on the fiddle, but how and why?

    She will try to distract you with tales of piracy, privateering, shipbuilding and the perils of cod and oyster fishing, but Sally has a loose tongue.

    She might let slip where she stashes her stuff and why she has such an enormous skirt…as long as you keep it under your hat, jacket, petticoat…

     

  • The Champion Hurdle (Champions Day)
    6:30 pm-9:30 pm
    2019.07.05

    Bringing together the top hurdlers to compete to become Champion Hurdler of 2019. The first leg of the Champions days. A super, popular evening meeting, watch the sunset over Grosnez Castle whilst listening to live music after the racing.

    First race at 6.30pm, site open from 5.00pm.

    Facilities.
    Why not bring a picnic ( weather permitting) and make the most of the evening sunshine and sunset. Benches are available on the viewing hill for all to use.

    Tables are available in the marquee, enjoy a fabulous three course dinner, with Tote facilities, bar, and TV screens to watch all the action. The table is yours for the entire evening, making a perfect base to return to between races.

    Entry fee – £15.00 to include FREE car parking, FREE race card and FREE entry to the viewing hill.
    Children under 16 – FREE
    Day members – £25.00 to include members parking, race card, entry to the viewing hill, and entry to the exclusive members marquee and bar.

    Coaches – for the afternoon meetings, there is a 12pm and 1pm service from Liberation Station, in St Helier. Return service is 5.30pm. For evening meetings, there will be a 5pm service with a 9.45pm return.
    All coaches depart from stand N at Liberation Station, cost £10 per person. This does not include entry to the course.
    Book via our website or Visit Jersey Bus Tours at 19 Esplanade, St Helier.

    This is a popular and busy meeting, book early to avoid disappointment. Email secretary@jerseyraceclub.com for any information you need.

    We look forward to seeing you there.

  • Cosmopolitan Summer SHOW
    7:30 pm-10:00 pm
    2019.07.05-2019.07.06

    We welcome back to Jersey the fabulous David Dale and his Cosmo Cast with a brand new summer show. This time we introduce the lovely Miss Jay direct from Manchester’s The Birdcage. Do not miss this one!!!

  • Brian White Quartet at Roberto’s
    8:00 pm-11:00 pm
    2019.07.05

    The Brian White Quartet is the esteemed Jazz Quartet of Roberto’s Jazz Bar.

    Live in our Roberto’s every Friday from 8pm playing a mix of Jazz standards to completely improvised numbers.

    Join us on Friday for Jazz and food in Roberto’s Bar at the Savoy Hotel.

    Book a table online or contact us: 727521

    www.resdiary.com/Restaurant/SavoyJersey

  • Silent Night (cicha noc)
    8:00 pm-10:00 pm
    2019.07.05

    Adam unexpectedly visits his family house at Christmas after a few years of working abroad. No family member knows about his secret plans and the real reasons for his visit…

  • Take This
    8:30 pm-11:00 pm
    2019.07.05

    We can not believe it’s been almost 3 months since the guys played here last. Always amazing, always welcome, always an epic atmosphere

    We can’t wait

    http://www.vibrantjersey.je/destination/musicians/take-this/

  • Race the Runway
    9:00 pm-10:30 pm
    2019.07.05

    We are happy to announce our NEW and hopefully more convenient date of Friday 5th July.

    This is a 3.4km fun run around the airport runway. The unique track is perfect for beginners/intermediate or even advanced runners. It is a nice challenge for a great cause. Please purchase your ticket on this link

  • More events
    • COIN HOARD TOUR
      All day
      2019.07.05-2019.09.30

      Ancient coins from Jersey’s world-famous Celtic coin hoard will be making their way around the Island as part of a special pop-up exhibition. The FREE touring exhibition, which is kindly supported by Benest & Syvret will come to your Parish/Public Hall over the next year.

      The exhibition will spend a month in each parish hall over the next year, giving as many Islanders as possible the opportunity to view some of the Iron Age coins, and to find out more about the story behind the hoard. Entry to the exhibition is free.

      The massive hoard, which contained nearly 70,000 coins, was found in a field in 2012 by metal detectorists Reg Mead and Richard Miles. It had lain buried for 2,000 years. Since then, Jersey Heritage conservators, archaeologists and volunteers have painstakingly unpicked and studied the hoard, watched every step of the way by the world’s media and a fascinated public.

      Ancient gold torques, silver coins, and gold and silver jewellery excavated from the hoard are on display at La Hougue Bie Museum (during normal opening hours, please see our Places to Visit section), and it is some of these treasures that are part of the pop-up exhibition.  A useful child-friendly guide has been designed to help children understand where the hoard has come from, it’s history and who burried it.  The pack is free to download here or available, thanks to Benest & Syvret at each Parish Hall.

      Exhibition Dates and Locations

      January 2019St John Parish Hall

       

      FebruarySt Mary Parish Hall

       

      MarchSt Clement Parish Hall

       

      AprilSt Lawrence Parish Hall

       

      May

       

      St Brelade Parish Hall
      June

       

      Trinity Parish Hall
      July

       

      St Saviour Parish Hall
      August

       

      St Ouen Parish Hall
      September 2019

       

      St Helier
    • Living History At Mont Orgueil Castle - Castle Falconer
      All day
      2019.07.05

      CASTLE FALCONER

      Friday –  10 May, 24 May, 7 June, 21 June, 5 July, 19 July, 2 August, 16 August, 30 August, 13 September

      Meet Michaut, the Castle Falconer, and his hawk Sovereign. Discover how Michaut cares for and trains his birds of prey, and watch him perform the fascinating skills of medieval falconry. Learn what a ‘hoodwinked’ or a ‘haggard’ bird is, and who is a ‘cadger’ or a ‘boozer’. You’ll find Michaut and Sovereign in the Middle Ward.

    • Living History Elizabeth Castle - Sarah Brown, 18th century Army wife
      10:00 am-4:00 pm
      2019.07.05-2019.09.27

      SARAH BROWN, 18TH CENTURY ARMY WIFE

      From 3 May to 27 September- Fridays – 10am to 4pm

      Sarah Brown is the wife of a soldier garrisoned here at Elizabeth Castle. Only six women for every 100 men are allowed to travel with their husbands. The women are described as army followers and must be of good character and able to work and support the army, of which they are an integral part. They receive half rations.

      Sarah works as a sutler supplying the soldiers with goods to supplement their rations. She is also a laundress and is paid by the soldiers for the work she does.

    • Living History At Mont Orgueil Castle - Armourer
      10:00 am-4:00 pm
      2019.07.05-2019.09.27

      ARMOURER

      Fridays – 10am to 4pm

      Learn about medieval archery, weaponry & armour.

    • TREASURE - REVEALING THE SECRETS OF THE HOARD
      10:00 am-4:00 pm
      2019.07.05-2019.11.02

      https://vimeo.com/234879613

      The real journey of discovery begins as we start to look at why the hoard was buried, by whom and when, following clues revealed by the contents of the hoard.

      The story is just beginning…During the summer of 2012 two men, using metal detectors, discovered ancient treasure in a field in Jersey. This treasure of compacted coins and jewellery had lain hidden for 3,000 years.

      Conservators have now excavated the hoard and found some truly amazing treasures including gold torques and silver ingots.Discover our curators choice of the five top finds and learn a little more about the hoard here.

      Now the real journey of discovery begins as we start to look at why the hoard was buried, by whom and when, following clues revealed by the contents of the hoard.

      Sponsored by Benest & Syvret

       

      ENTRY FEE

      Normal admission prices charged.  Free for Jersey Heritage members.

    • Sally the Smuggler
      10:00 am-4:00 pm
      2019.07.05-2019.09.23

      SALLY THE SMUGGLER

      Every Monday and Friday subject to availability 10am to 4pm

      Meet Sally the Smuggler.  She’s definitely on the fiddle, but how and why?

      She will try to distract you with tales of piracy, privateering, shipbuilding and the perils of cod and oyster fishing, but Sally has a loose tongue.

      She might let slip where she stashes her stuff and why she has such an enormous skirt…as long as you keep it under your hat, jacket, petticoat…

       

    • The Champion Hurdle (Champions Day)
      6:30 pm-9:30 pm
      2019.07.05

      Bringing together the top hurdlers to compete to become Champion Hurdler of 2019. The first leg of the Champions days. A super, popular evening meeting, watch the sunset over Grosnez Castle whilst listening to live music after the racing.

      First race at 6.30pm, site open from 5.00pm.

      Facilities.
      Why not bring a picnic ( weather permitting) and make the most of the evening sunshine and sunset. Benches are available on the viewing hill for all to use.

      Tables are available in the marquee, enjoy a fabulous three course dinner, with Tote facilities, bar, and TV screens to watch all the action. The table is yours for the entire evening, making a perfect base to return to between races.

      Entry fee – £15.00 to include FREE car parking, FREE race card and FREE entry to the viewing hill.
      Children under 16 – FREE
      Day members – £25.00 to include members parking, race card, entry to the viewing hill, and entry to the exclusive members marquee and bar.

      Coaches – for the afternoon meetings, there is a 12pm and 1pm service from Liberation Station, in St Helier. Return service is 5.30pm. For evening meetings, there will be a 5pm service with a 9.45pm return.
      All coaches depart from stand N at Liberation Station, cost £10 per person. This does not include entry to the course.
      Book via our website or Visit Jersey Bus Tours at 19 Esplanade, St Helier.

      This is a popular and busy meeting, book early to avoid disappointment. Email secretary@jerseyraceclub.com for any information you need.

      We look forward to seeing you there.

    • Cosmopolitan Summer SHOW
      7:30 pm-10:00 pm
      2019.07.05-2019.07.06

      We welcome back to Jersey the fabulous David Dale and his Cosmo Cast with a brand new summer show. This time we introduce the lovely Miss Jay direct from Manchester’s The Birdcage. Do not miss this one!!!

    • Brian White Quartet at Roberto's
      8:00 pm-11:00 pm
      2019.07.05

      The Brian White Quartet is the esteemed Jazz Quartet of Roberto’s Jazz Bar.

      Live in our Roberto’s every Friday from 8pm playing a mix of Jazz standards to completely improvised numbers.

      Join us on Friday for Jazz and food in Roberto’s Bar at the Savoy Hotel.

      Book a table online or contact us: 727521

      www.resdiary.com/Restaurant/SavoyJersey

    • Silent Night (cicha noc)
      8:00 pm-10:00 pm
      2019.07.05

      Adam unexpectedly visits his family house at Christmas after a few years of working abroad. No family member knows about his secret plans and the real reasons for his visit…

    • Take This
      8:30 pm-11:00 pm
      2019.07.05

      We can not believe it’s been almost 3 months since the guys played here last. Always amazing, always welcome, always an epic atmosphere

      We can’t wait

      http://www.vibrantjersey.je/destination/musicians/take-this/

    • Race the Runway
      9:00 pm-10:30 pm
      2019.07.05

      We are happy to announce our NEW and hopefully more convenient date of Friday 5th July.

      This is a 3.4km fun run around the airport runway. The unique track is perfect for beginners/intermediate or even advanced runners. It is a nice challenge for a great cause. Please purchase your ticket on this link

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  • Saturday Morning Yoga Sessions With Laura
    8:45 am-9:45 am
    2019.07.06

    Join us outside in the sunshine, connecting with nature and listening to the sound of birdsong and the rustle of the trees.

    Places are limited and must be booked in advance on bookit.je. The price for Jersey Heritage members is only £6 (£8 for non-members).

    Classes will be from 8.45am to 9.45am on these dates:

    29 June

    6 July

    20 July

    27 July

    10 August

    17 August

    31 August

  • St Brelade Social Club Car Boot Sale
    9:00 am-1:00 pm
    2019.07.06

    We are opening our doors for the 2019 season on Saturday May 18th, and then every Saturday thereafter until at least the end of September!

    The car boot is from 9am – 1pm, with set up from 08:30am.

    No booking required, just turn up.

    Pitches will be £10 each, with a limited amount of tables and rails to hire for £1 each on a first come first serve basis.

    Hope to see you there!

    Map

     

  • Modern Macrame: Plant Hanger
    10:00 am-1:00 pm
    2019.07.06

    The ancient art of macrame is making a comeback in the modern home using updated techniques and materials. Come and join this fun and relaxed group to learn this addictive, easy to learn craft. Choose to follow a pattern or go freestyle to put your own creative individuality into your own hanging to take home and be proud of.

    Materials provided.

  • St Ouen Manor Fete 2019
    10:00 am-6:00 pm
    2019.07.06

    ST OUEN’S MANOR FETE IS BACK. TELL ONE, TELL ALL AND START SPREADING THE WORD TO FRIENDS AND FAMILY FOR A GREAT DAY OUT!!!!

    The committee has come together once more to bring you what we hope to be the best fete yet!

    A full day of entertainment for both children and adults of all ages.

    SHEEP RACING IS BACK!!! Why spend money on a boat to Sark when we bring you St Ouen’s version of sheep racing. With a new and improved course for them, get ready to put bets on your favorite sheep!!!!

    Local Craft Stalls with an array of Genuine Jersey Products plus way more. There’s a little something for everyone!

    Kids Zone – featuring bouncy castles and more plus vintage fairground rides for all ages even toddlers!

    Food Zone and Beer/Pimms and Champagne Tents!!! With different local live bands ever hour to entertain you throughout the day!! Keep an eye out for the line up!

    PLUS:
    -Tea Tent and Cakes
    – Falconry Displays
    – Petting Zoo
    – Big Dog Club
    – Model Boats
    – Magician
    – Tractor and Trailer rides
    ….AND way more to be announced!! Follow us on our Facebook Page Here For Updates

    Entry Prices:

    Adults = £5.00
    Children under 12 = £3.00
    Under 5’s go free

    FREE Parking is available surrounding the manor though may be a short walk to the entrance. There will be a drop off for those with mobility problems.

    Any profits made on the day will be split between Les Amis and Jersey Childcare Trust. Both incredible reasons to come and support the fete and help us raise money!

    Regrettably NO DOGS! I understand it’s a country fete but we have an vast amount of livestock on the property and we appreciate your co-operation. Dogs will not be allowed into the site minus those that already live on the premises or are part taking in the days activities. Your dog will be sent away at the gate should you arrive with one so please leave them at home.

    Keep an eye on the discussion posts over the next few months with more updates and information about the day! We look forward to seeing you all there!!!!

  • Cancer Research Uk Relay For Life
    12:00 pm
    2019.07.06-2019.07.07

    Relay For Life brings you and your community together to beat cancer sooner. Fundraise as a team throughout the year, then join your local community at a 24-hour event to celebrate your fundraising achievements, while taking turns to walk around a track.

  • FNHC’s Colour Festival 2019
    2:00 pm-6:00 pm
    2019.07.06

    A community festival with a sand sculpture competition for children with Jersey’s own Sandman who will also create some of his beautiful beach artwork, live music and stands for the whole family to enjoy. And of course the Colour Run, a 5k run during which runners are showered with coloured powder, made of food-grade corn starch, at stations along the run. At the end of the run, participants gather for one final ‘colour party’ when coloured powder is thrown up into the air in a cloud. All funds raised through our Colour Run are used to employ a Paediatric Palliative Care worker, who supports children and families on the Jersey Children’s Palliative Care Pathway. This is an additional and specialist role designed to complement the Community Children’s Nursing Team.

  • Theatre Tours & Afternoon Teas
    2:00 pm-3:15 pm
    2019.07.06

    Explore the nooks and crannies behind-the-scenes and learn about the history of this iconic venue and what really happens behind the curtain.
    Join the tour guide on an intriguing journey dating back to 1865 then take it all in over Afternoon Tea in OH! Cafébar.
    Due to the amount of walking and stairs involved it is advisable to wear comfortable shoes.
  • Uncovering the secrets of the caves of Plemont Beach – A Geowalk with Jersey Uncovered
    3:00 pm-5:00 pm
    2019.07.06

    This is a two hour beach walk involving rock pools and exploration of some of the caves in the bay to discover the history of the granite rocks and many intrusions and fault lines which cut through the bay. It is a walk through the tectonic history of the island and also a route followed by many Victorian and Edwardian tourists who came to the bay to be impressed by the savagery and wildness of the nature to be found there. The beach is always changing and sometimes there are deep pools to get into the caves so wellies, sandals (not flip flops), neoprene shoes or trainers which can get wet are essential.

    Cost : £10 per person, children free.

    To book contact Nicky at nicky@jerseyuncovered.com.

    The exact meeting point and times will be given on booking.

  • Relax to the Max
    3:00 pm-10:00 pm
    2019.07.06

    Indulge, Relax, and hang out with like mind people. Beginning the afternoon with all things chilled, followed by a delicious homemade vegetarian feast, sweet treats, and drinks.

    As darkness moves in, we can jump in the hot tub, or relax by the fire with a glass of wine (BYO), or a hot cuppa. People are invited to bring musical instruments, and we’ll just chill, chat
    and whatever flows.

    Schedule For The Day
    3pm – 4pm Pranayama and Gentle Hatha with Julie Kent
    4pm – 5pm, Meditation and YIN Yoga with Nikki Grierson
    5pm – 5.45pm Yoga Nidra (a 45 minute blissful guided body relaxation with essential oils) with Michelle Cotillard

    6pm- Homemade delicious vegetarian feast
    7pm – Fire & Marshmallows – Wood burning hot tub – chill -chat -hot cuppa – sweet yummies – and whatever flows

    Everything above is optional – There may be slight changes to the above schedule.

    PRICE – includes all activities plus Vegetarian Feast + sweet treats + herbal teas + everything above.

    Early bird Price £47 – to be paid before 29th of June 2019
    If paid after 29Th of June 2019 £52
    *please see terms & conditions below

    In the care of adverse weather conditions we will offer this event in an alternative indoor venue. – no refunds will be given

    LOCATION – a beautiful peaceful space in nature ….
    Address:
    Chu En L’air
    La Commune
    Victoria Village
    St Saviour
    JE2 7HS
    Map & Directions See HERE

    TIME – 3pm til 10pmBYO your own wine/beer etc

    Limited spaces
    TESTIMONIALS

    “Fabulous, from parking our car to getting home, the whole day was excellent. Loved the varied Yoga taken by Michelle, Julie and Nikki, lovely people, food, sweet treats, tea, bonfire, hot tub, wind in your face and could not have had a better location. Please put my name down for the next Relax To The Max. Lots love to all ❤x” (Annete Shaw)

    “An Oasis of Peace, Calm, Balance, De-stressing, with like minded people, led by 3 beautifully balanced guides, in a beautiful nature-satiated environment, with amazing food, fire, and hottub!! What more could you want?” (Johann Liffey)

    “Very peaceful place, where we could connect with our inner self, everything was amazing ☺
    Namaste ?? Lots of love to everyone, lovely experience”(Tania Pestana)

    “Three beautiful girls led us through an afternoon of calmness and beauty, wonderful location, gorgeous food then finishing star gazing by the fire, I can’t wait for the next one”(Terina le Couilliard)

    *Terms & Conditions of payment – by making payment you agree to these terms and conditions:

    If you decide to cancel any time up to 48 hours before the event begins a full refund will be given.

    If you cancel up to 48 hours before the event no refund will be given. If however we find someone to take your space a full refund less a £10 admin fee will be refunded to you.

    In the care of adverse weather conditions we will offer this event in an alternative venue. We will email you this information if a change of venue occurs. – no refund will be given

  • Le Début
    4:00 pm-6:00 pm
    2019.07.06

    Étoile Studios brings you a show filled with entertainment as Jersey’s newest dance school takes to the stage for the very first time…

    “why walk when you can dance…”

  • Quadrophenia
    8:00 pm-10:00 pm
    2019.07.06

    Produced by Concept Concerts this production, acclaimed by a Sunday Times journalist as “Mighty, moving and unstoppable,” sees 8-piece band, The Goldhawks, deliver a stunning live performance of The Who’s smash hit concept album, Quadrophenia. From the very first show it has received standing ovations.

    Released over 40 years ago in October 1973, The Who’s second rock opera ‘Quadrophenia’ was Pete Townshend’s homage to a pivotal moment in British youth culture. The album tells the story of Jimmy, a Mod, by chronicling his dissatisfaction with life, work, love, home, and family life. It served as an ode to teenage angst and counterculture rebellion, as well as a criticism of the British class, economic and educational systems but you don’t need to be clued up on the history of the Mods and Rockers to enjoy this show because at its core, Quadrophenia, which peaked at No. 2 on the UK and USA charts, is just about teenage confusion, conflict and frustration.

    Backed with exciting, and sometimes heart-wrenching, large-screen projection of archival footage, the emotions, tension and raw power that the music demands is delivered masterfully by the fabulous, charismatic band, The Goldhawks, with amazing replication of The Who’s sound.

    To send you home on an even bigger high there are a few all-time classic Who hits to close the show!

    “Absolutely first class…..Having toured with The Who for ten years I can safely say that this band is the next best thing and the closest you will ever get to the real thing” – Wolfy Foxlow, close friend of Pete Townshend and Roger Daltrey.

    Website: www.quadropheniatribute.com

  • Rockin’ The Dolphin
    8:30 pm-10:30 pm
    2019.07.06

    NASTY HABIT ARE BACK!!!
    and are gonna be rockin’ it up at The Dolphin on Gorey Pier
    Next Saturday night from 8.30 onwards!
    Check out the new line up & the new set!
    SATURDAY 6th JULY… 8.30pm.
    FREE ENTRY…. GREAT SHOW!!!
    DON’T MISS IT!!!

  • More events
    • Saturday Morning Yoga Sessions With Laura
      8:45 am-9:45 am
      2019.07.06

      Join us outside in the sunshine, connecting with nature and listening to the sound of birdsong and the rustle of the trees.

      Places are limited and must be booked in advance on bookit.je. The price for Jersey Heritage members is only £6 (£8 for non-members).

      Classes will be from 8.45am to 9.45am on these dates:

      29 June

      6 July

      20 July

      27 July

      10 August

      17 August

      31 August

    • St Brelade Social Club Car Boot Sale
      9:00 am-1:00 pm
      2019.07.06

      We are opening our doors for the 2019 season on Saturday May 18th, and then every Saturday thereafter until at least the end of September!

      The car boot is from 9am – 1pm, with set up from 08:30am.

      No booking required, just turn up.

      Pitches will be £10 each, with a limited amount of tables and rails to hire for £1 each on a first come first serve basis.

      Hope to see you there!

      Map

       

    • Modern Macrame: Plant Hanger
      10:00 am-1:00 pm
      2019.07.06

      The ancient art of macrame is making a comeback in the modern home using updated techniques and materials. Come and join this fun and relaxed group to learn this addictive, easy to learn craft. Choose to follow a pattern or go freestyle to put your own creative individuality into your own hanging to take home and be proud of.

      Materials provided.

    • St Ouen Manor Fete 2019
      10:00 am-6:00 pm
      2019.07.06

      ST OUEN’S MANOR FETE IS BACK. TELL ONE, TELL ALL AND START SPREADING THE WORD TO FRIENDS AND FAMILY FOR A GREAT DAY OUT!!!!

      The committee has come together once more to bring you what we hope to be the best fete yet!

      A full day of entertainment for both children and adults of all ages.

      SHEEP RACING IS BACK!!! Why spend money on a boat to Sark when we bring you St Ouen’s version of sheep racing. With a new and improved course for them, get ready to put bets on your favorite sheep!!!!

      Local Craft Stalls with an array of Genuine Jersey Products plus way more. There’s a little something for everyone!

      Kids Zone – featuring bouncy castles and more plus vintage fairground rides for all ages even toddlers!

      Food Zone and Beer/Pimms and Champagne Tents!!! With different local live bands ever hour to entertain you throughout the day!! Keep an eye out for the line up!

      PLUS:
      -Tea Tent and Cakes
      – Falconry Displays
      – Petting Zoo
      – Big Dog Club
      – Model Boats
      – Magician
      – Tractor and Trailer rides
      ….AND way more to be announced!! Follow us on our Facebook Page Here For Updates

      Entry Prices:

      Adults = £5.00
      Children under 12 = £3.00
      Under 5’s go free

      FREE Parking is available surrounding the manor though may be a short walk to the entrance. There will be a drop off for those with mobility problems.

      Any profits made on the day will be split between Les Amis and Jersey Childcare Trust. Both incredible reasons to come and support the fete and help us raise money!

      Regrettably NO DOGS! I understand it’s a country fete but we have an vast amount of livestock on the property and we appreciate your co-operation. Dogs will not be allowed into the site minus those that already live on the premises or are part taking in the days activities. Your dog will be sent away at the gate should you arrive with one so please leave them at home.

      Keep an eye on the discussion posts over the next few months with more updates and information about the day! We look forward to seeing you all there!!!!

    • Cancer Research Uk Relay For Life
      12:00 pm
      2019.07.06-2019.07.07

      Relay For Life brings you and your community together to beat cancer sooner. Fundraise as a team throughout the year, then join your local community at a 24-hour event to celebrate your fundraising achievements, while taking turns to walk around a track.

    • FNHC's Colour Festival 2019
      2:00 pm-6:00 pm
      2019.07.06

      A community festival with a sand sculpture competition for children with Jersey’s own Sandman who will also create some of his beautiful beach artwork, live music and stands for the whole family to enjoy. And of course the Colour Run, a 5k run during which runners are showered with coloured powder, made of food-grade corn starch, at stations along the run. At the end of the run, participants gather for one final ‘colour party’ when coloured powder is thrown up into the air in a cloud. All funds raised through our Colour Run are used to employ a Paediatric Palliative Care worker, who supports children and families on the Jersey Children’s Palliative Care Pathway. This is an additional and specialist role designed to complement the Community Children’s Nursing Team.

    • Theatre Tours & Afternoon Teas
      2:00 pm-3:15 pm
      2019.07.06
      Explore the nooks and crannies behind-the-scenes and learn about the history of this iconic venue and what really happens behind the curtain.
      Join the tour guide on an intriguing journey dating back to 1865 then take it all in over Afternoon Tea in OH! Cafébar.
      Due to the amount of walking and stairs involved it is advisable to wear comfortable shoes.
    • Uncovering the secrets of the caves of Plemont Beach – A Geowalk with Jersey Uncovered
      3:00 pm-5:00 pm
      2019.07.06

      This is a two hour beach walk involving rock pools and exploration of some of the caves in the bay to discover the history of the granite rocks and many intrusions and fault lines which cut through the bay. It is a walk through the tectonic history of the island and also a route followed by many Victorian and Edwardian tourists who came to the bay to be impressed by the savagery and wildness of the nature to be found there. The beach is always changing and sometimes there are deep pools to get into the caves so wellies, sandals (not flip flops), neoprene shoes or trainers which can get wet are essential.

      Cost : £10 per person, children free.

      To book contact Nicky at nicky@jerseyuncovered.com.

      The exact meeting point and times will be given on booking.

    • Relax to the Max
      3:00 pm-10:00 pm
      2019.07.06

      Indulge, Relax, and hang out with like mind people. Beginning the afternoon with all things chilled, followed by a delicious homemade vegetarian feast, sweet treats, and drinks.

      As darkness moves in, we can jump in the hot tub, or relax by the fire with a glass of wine (BYO), or a hot cuppa. People are invited to bring musical instruments, and we’ll just chill, chat
      and whatever flows.

      Schedule For The Day
      3pm – 4pm Pranayama and Gentle Hatha with Julie Kent
      4pm – 5pm, Meditation and YIN Yoga with Nikki Grierson
      5pm – 5.45pm Yoga Nidra (a 45 minute blissful guided body relaxation with essential oils) with Michelle Cotillard

      6pm- Homemade delicious vegetarian feast
      7pm – Fire & Marshmallows – Wood burning hot tub – chill -chat -hot cuppa – sweet yummies – and whatever flows

      Everything above is optional – There may be slight changes to the above schedule.

      PRICE – includes all activities plus Vegetarian Feast + sweet treats + herbal teas + everything above.

      Early bird Price £47 – to be paid before 29th of June 2019
      If paid after 29Th of June 2019 £52
      *please see terms & conditions below

      In the care of adverse weather conditions we will offer this event in an alternative indoor venue. – no refunds will be given

      LOCATION – a beautiful peaceful space in nature ….
      Address:
      Chu En L’air
      La Commune
      Victoria Village
      St Saviour
      JE2 7HS
      Map & Directions See HERE

      TIME – 3pm til 10pmBYO your own wine/beer etc

      Limited spaces
      TESTIMONIALS

      “Fabulous, from parking our car to getting home, the whole day was excellent. Loved the varied Yoga taken by Michelle, Julie and Nikki, lovely people, food, sweet treats, tea, bonfire, hot tub, wind in your face and could not have had a better location. Please put my name down for the next Relax To The Max. Lots love to all ❤x” (Annete Shaw)

      “An Oasis of Peace, Calm, Balance, De-stressing, with like minded people, led by 3 beautifully balanced guides, in a beautiful nature-satiated environment, with amazing food, fire, and hottub!! What more could you want?” (Johann Liffey)

      “Very peaceful place, where we could connect with our inner self, everything was amazing ☺
      Namaste ?? Lots of love to everyone, lovely experience”(Tania Pestana)

      “Three beautiful girls led us through an afternoon of calmness and beauty, wonderful location, gorgeous food then finishing star gazing by the fire, I can’t wait for the next one”(Terina le Couilliard)

      *Terms & Conditions of payment – by making payment you agree to these terms and conditions:

      If you decide to cancel any time up to 48 hours before the event begins a full refund will be given.

      If you cancel up to 48 hours before the event no refund will be given. If however we find someone to take your space a full refund less a £10 admin fee will be refunded to you.

      In the care of adverse weather conditions we will offer this event in an alternative venue. We will email you this information if a change of venue occurs. – no refund will be given

    • Le Début
      4:00 pm-6:00 pm
      2019.07.06

      Étoile Studios brings you a show filled with entertainment as Jersey’s newest dance school takes to the stage for the very first time…

      “why walk when you can dance…”

    • Quadrophenia
      8:00 pm-10:00 pm
      2019.07.06

      Produced by Concept Concerts this production, acclaimed by a Sunday Times journalist as “Mighty, moving and unstoppable,” sees 8-piece band, The Goldhawks, deliver a stunning live performance of The Who’s smash hit concept album, Quadrophenia. From the very first show it has received standing ovations.

      Released over 40 years ago in October 1973, The Who’s second rock opera ‘Quadrophenia’ was Pete Townshend’s homage to a pivotal moment in British youth culture. The album tells the story of Jimmy, a Mod, by chronicling his dissatisfaction with life, work, love, home, and family life. It served as an ode to teenage angst and counterculture rebellion, as well as a criticism of the British class, economic and educational systems but you don’t need to be clued up on the history of the Mods and Rockers to enjoy this show because at its core, Quadrophenia, which peaked at No. 2 on the UK and USA charts, is just about teenage confusion, conflict and frustration.

      Backed with exciting, and sometimes heart-wrenching, large-screen projection of archival footage, the emotions, tension and raw power that the music demands is delivered masterfully by the fabulous, charismatic band, The Goldhawks, with amazing replication of The Who’s sound.

      To send you home on an even bigger high there are a few all-time classic Who hits to close the show!

      “Absolutely first class…..Having toured with The Who for ten years I can safely say that this band is the next best thing and the closest you will ever get to the real thing” – Wolfy Foxlow, close friend of Pete Townshend and Roger Daltrey.

      Website: www.quadropheniatribute.com

    • Rockin' The Dolphin
      8:30 pm-10:30 pm
      2019.07.06

      NASTY HABIT ARE BACK!!!
      and are gonna be rockin’ it up at The Dolphin on Gorey Pier
      Next Saturday night from 8.30 onwards!
      Check out the new line up & the new set!
      SATURDAY 6th JULY… 8.30pm.
      FREE ENTRY…. GREAT SHOW!!!
      DON’T MISS IT!!!

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  • Millbrook Car Boot Sale
    8:00 am-1:00 pm
    2019.07.07

    Running every Sunday at Millbrook Playing Fields from 8 till 1. No need to book, just turn up. £10 per pitch with a donation going to local charities.
  • Le Hocq Tower Opening
    10:00 am-4:00 pm
    2019.07.07

    Le Hocq Tower in St Clement has recently opened its door as a new interpretation centre, giving people the opportunity to find out more about the history and unique marine environment of this special corner of Jersey.

    The official opening by St Clement Deputy and Treasury Minister Susie Pinel took place on 2nd February, highlighting the Tower’s importance and spectacular location; it overlooks the South East Coast of Jersey RAMSAR site, which forms one of the largest intertidal reef sites in Europe and was designated as a Wetland of International Importance nearly two decades ago.

    The fortified Jersey Round Tower is owned by the Parish of St Clement and leased to Jersey Heritage. It houses a series of pop-up banners, created by Jersey Heritage, telling the story of Le Hocq and its importance in the defence of the Island. There is also information about the geology of the area, the prehistoric landscape, RAMSAR site and wetlands birds.

    The Tower will be open to the public between 10am-4pm on selected dates over the summer season, outlined below. Local Guides from the Jersey Tourist Guides Association (JTGA) and Jersey Uncovered will staff the tower whenever it is open and will be on hand to answer any questions.

    Do come on down to the Tower  we would love to see you.

    Full list of 2019 opening times for Le Hocq Tower:

    • Sundays on the following dates:

    – 2 June

    – 7 & 21 July

    – 4 & 18 August

    – 1 & 15 September

    – 6 October (final opening of 2019)

    Image courtesy Jean Lelliott

  • Jersey Gorilla St Brelade’s Public Run
    12:00 pm-2:00 pm
    2019.07.07

    I will be starting at St. Brelade’s Bay Hotel, Jersey and running to the Corbiere Lighthouse Jersey in St Brelades in my gorilla suit.

    Please note this is not an organised public race. This event is part of a series of runs covering every parish in Jersey to advertise the Jersey Marathon I am running in the gorilla suit to raise funds for Jersey Zoo.

    It is also to get the public involved as a community, so please do take photos of me if you see me out and post them on the Jersey Gorilla Facebook page! I will also have a branded collection tin in case anyone wishes to donate any change during my run.

    http://www.vibrantjersey.je/destination/play/things-to-do-see/jersey-attractions/the-durrell-wildlife-park/

    Thanks to the Bailiff’s Office and the St Brelade’s Parish Hall for their approval and support for this charity run.

  • Jazz Brunch
    12:00 pm-3:00 pm
    2019.07.07

    Enjoy a laid back brunch on the terrace* with live music from local musicians.

    A delicious barbecue and fresh buffet awaits you, all prepared and served by Executive Chef Will Holland and his team.

    View Menu

     

  • Circular Walk from Sorel
    2:00 pm-4:30 pm
    2019.07.07

    Join your Guide Bob Tompkins on a circular walk from Sorel Point taking in the headland, Mourier Valley and verdant country lanes. Look out for Manx Loaghtan Sheep that graze along the coast and the red-billed choughs. These wonderful coastal birds became extinct in Jersey around 1900 but have flouirshed as a result of habitat restoration and conservation grazing on the Island’s coastline which have provided these wonderful birds with a suitable home.

    We offer substantially reduced rates for Members. Membership starts from £30 for an adult and £15 for a child p.a.If you would like to become a member click HERE

  • Open Garden – Les Chasses
    2:00 pm-5:00 pm
    2019.07.07

    Les Chasses is a beautiful old Jersey granite property consisting of an old building of uncertain date joined to a mid 18 th century house. Surrounding it is a small parkland garden which has undergone a considerable amount of work over the past few years.

    There is plenty of free parking and entrance is still just £4 per person, with children under 12 going free.

    Cream teas will be served all afternoon for £4 and there will be a tombolla.

    Please do come along and explore this lovely garden.

  • Sunday’s with Jessica Chays at Roberto’s
    8:00 pm-10:00 pm
    2019.07.07

    Jersey’s very own ‘Songbird’ oozes class! She commands the stage in an outstanding and memorable manner that belies her years.

    http://www.vibrantjersey.je/destination/musicians/jessica-lloyd/

    Enjoy a relaxing Sunday session at Roberto’s Jazz Bar at the Savoy Hotel.

    Booking is not essential but recommended.

    book a table online https://www.resdiary.com/restaurant/savoyjersey

    or contact us: 727521

  • More events
    • Millbrook Car Boot Sale
      8:00 am-1:00 pm
      2019.07.07
      Running every Sunday at Millbrook Playing Fields from 8 till 1. No need to book, just turn up. £10 per pitch with a donation going to local charities.
    • Le Hocq Tower Opening
      10:00 am-4:00 pm
      2019.07.07

      Le Hocq Tower in St Clement has recently opened its door as a new interpretation centre, giving people the opportunity to find out more about the history and unique marine environment of this special corner of Jersey.

      The official opening by St Clement Deputy and Treasury Minister Susie Pinel took place on 2nd February, highlighting the Tower’s importance and spectacular location; it overlooks the South East Coast of Jersey RAMSAR site, which forms one of the largest intertidal reef sites in Europe and was designated as a Wetland of International Importance nearly two decades ago.

      The fortified Jersey Round Tower is owned by the Parish of St Clement and leased to Jersey Heritage. It houses a series of pop-up banners, created by Jersey Heritage, telling the story of Le Hocq and its importance in the defence of the Island. There is also information about the geology of the area, the prehistoric landscape, RAMSAR site and wetlands birds.

      The Tower will be open to the public between 10am-4pm on selected dates over the summer season, outlined below. Local Guides from the Jersey Tourist Guides Association (JTGA) and Jersey Uncovered will staff the tower whenever it is open and will be on hand to answer any questions.

      Do come on down to the Tower  we would love to see you.

      Full list of 2019 opening times for Le Hocq Tower:

      • Sundays on the following dates:

      – 2 June

      – 7 & 21 July

      – 4 & 18 August

      – 1 & 15 September

      – 6 October (final opening of 2019)

      Image courtesy Jean Lelliott

    • Jersey Gorilla St Brelade's Public Run
      12:00 pm-2:00 pm
      2019.07.07

      I will be starting at St. Brelade’s Bay Hotel, Jersey and running to the Corbiere Lighthouse Jersey in St Brelades in my gorilla suit.

      Please note this is not an organised public race. This event is part of a series of runs covering every parish in Jersey to advertise the Jersey Marathon I am running in the gorilla suit to raise funds for Jersey Zoo.

      It is also to get the public involved as a community, so please do take photos of me if you see me out and post them on the Jersey Gorilla Facebook page! I will also have a branded collection tin in case anyone wishes to donate any change during my run.

      http://www.vibrantjersey.je/destination/play/things-to-do-see/jersey-attractions/the-durrell-wildlife-park/

      Thanks to the Bailiff’s Office and the St Brelade’s Parish Hall for their approval and support for this charity run.

    • Jazz Brunch
      12:00 pm-3:00 pm
      2019.07.07

      Enjoy a laid back brunch on the terrace* with live music from local musicians.

      A delicious barbecue and fresh buffet awaits you, all prepared and served by Executive Chef Will Holland and his team.

      View Menu

       

    • Circular Walk from Sorel
      2:00 pm-4:30 pm
      2019.07.07

      Join your Guide Bob Tompkins on a circular walk from Sorel Point taking in the headland, Mourier Valley and verdant country lanes. Look out for Manx Loaghtan Sheep that graze along the coast and the red-billed choughs. These wonderful coastal birds became extinct in Jersey around 1900 but have flouirshed as a result of habitat restoration and conservation grazing on the Island’s coastline which have provided these wonderful birds with a suitable home.

      We offer substantially reduced rates for Members. Membership starts from £30 for an adult and £15 for a child p.a.If you would like to become a member click HERE

    • Open Garden - Les Chasses
      2:00 pm-5:00 pm
      2019.07.07

      Les Chasses is a beautiful old Jersey granite property consisting of an old building of uncertain date joined to a mid 18 th century house. Surrounding it is a small parkland garden which has undergone a considerable amount of work over the past few years.

      There is plenty of free parking and entrance is still just £4 per person, with children under 12 going free.

      Cream teas will be served all afternoon for £4 and there will be a tombolla.

      Please do come along and explore this lovely garden.

    • Sunday's with Jessica Chays at Roberto's
      8:00 pm-10:00 pm
      2019.07.07

      Jersey’s very own ‘Songbird’ oozes class! She commands the stage in an outstanding and memorable manner that belies her years.

      http://www.vibrantjersey.je/destination/musicians/jessica-lloyd/

      Enjoy a relaxing Sunday session at Roberto’s Jazz Bar at the Savoy Hotel.

      Booking is not essential but recommended.

      book a table online https://www.resdiary.com/restaurant/savoyjersey

      or contact us: 727521

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  • Jersey Women’s Suffragettes Exhibition
    All day
    2019.07.09-2019.07.20

    The Jersey Women’s Suffragettes Exhibition will be in situ at the Old Magistrate’s Court on Seale Street from Tuesday 9th to Saturday 20th July. All welcome to pop in and wander around.

    More information available by emailing daphne.east@posh.gov.je or telephoning 811813.

    [Picture above shows Emmeline Pankhurst leaving Bow Street, London, after being bailed on a conspiracy charge in 1912.]

  • Major-General James D’auvergne And The Building Of The Prince`s Tower
    10:00 am-4:00 pm
    2019.07.09-2019.09.24

    MAJOR-GENERAL JAMES D’AUVERGNE AND THE BUILDING OF THE PRINCE’S TOWER

    Tuesdays 10am to 4pm

    In 1759 Major-General James D’Auvergne, former equerry to Prince George, bought La Hougue Bie and in 1792 he gave it to his nephew Philippe D’Auvergne, who had already started building his ‘Prince’s Tower’. Hear stories about one of the most outstanding and distinctive structures ever built in Jersey accompanied by music of the time by Cally Noel.

  • LIVING HISTORY AT MONT ORGUEIL CASTLE
    10:00 am-4:00 pm
    2019.07.09-2019.09.27

    Please check listing to ensure that Living History is on today. History comes to life at the castle with something different to see almost every day, meet the Medieval man at arms, hear the storytellers or listen to tales and music from Cally Noel.

    MEDIEVAL MAN AT ARMS

    Tuesdays 10am to 4pm

    Master Gary, man at arms in the garrison, as he goes about his duties here at the King’s Castle in Gorey.   Find out about his daily duties and the equipment he must look after to ensure the King’s enemies are kept at a distance.

  • Living With The Enemy – Tom Bunting
    10:30 am-12:45 pm
    2019.07.09-2019.10.29

    A guided walk about life during the German Occupation.

    A linear walk every Tuesday, from May 7th until October 29th 2019

    Leaving the Gunsite Café, Beaumont, in St Aubin’s bay at 10:30, arriving at the Jersey War Tunnels about 12:45.

    Take a stroll through beautiful St Peter’s Valley as you delve into life in Jersey when it was occupied in World War II. What was life like for everyday people? What did they eat? How did they know what was going on in the outside world? The walk takes you along past occupation relics on country lanes up to the high woodland area of Les Gellettes which had lain undisturbed for 60 years – until Channel Four’s Time Team came to excavate in the spring of 2010.  You will see the original trenches and gun emplacements built by the occupying forces and hear all about the excavations, before finally ending up at the famous Jersey War Tunnels.

    No need to book, just turn up!

    Adults £10.00

    For further information, please contact Blue Badge Guide Tom Bunting on 07797780868 or email tom.bunting@localdial.com

  • Strawberries and Cream
    10:30 am-1:30 pm
    2019.07.09

    With a Wimbledon theme our cookery workshop with Trizia takes the theme of strawberries and cream

  • An Elizabethan Adventure – Uncovering Elizabeth Castle with Tracey Radford
    10:45 am-12:00 pm
    2019.07.09

    Join Blue Badge Guide Tracey Radford on a journey of discovery around Elizabeth Castle. Peel back the layers of Jersey’s history, climb battlements dating back to the 1590s, explore the turrets and bunkers and visit the Hermitage where St Helier, the Patron Saint of our Town is thought to have lived around 550 A.D.

    Built on a rocky islet in St Aubin’s Bay, Elizabeth Castle has defended Jersey for more than 300 years.  With Tracey discover the original site of the Abbey of St Helier, and visit the Governor’s House, once temporary home to important historical figures such as Sir Walter Raleigh and Charles II of England.

    Take an entertaining trip through the Castle’s long and varied history. Discover just how significant our small Island was in important historical events, through the days of the Empire, Civil War and the World Wars of the 20th Century.  Enjoy stories of battles, and their heroes.   Explore occupation bunkers, Tudor stairways, and a Georgian Parade Ground, there is so much to see and admire. History, legends, and amazing views – this is a tour to be savoured.

    As part of the Jersey Heritage attractions, Elizabeth Castle is accessible at low tide by foot, or, at both low and high tide, the Castle Ferry, which will transport you across the bay to and from the Castle. Elizabeth Castle is the perfect place to spend a day exploring Jersey’s history.

    The cost of Tracey’s tour is included in your castle admission.

    Tour begins at 10.45 until 12 noon every Tuesday morning.

    Tickets can be obtained at the Castle Ferry Kiosk, Les Jardins de la Mer, West Park, St Helier, JE3 3NU

    For more information you can contact Tracey on 07797 740664 or call the Castle Ferry Kiosk on +44 (0)1534 634048

  • Uncovering the hidden treasures of St Helier
    4:00 pm-5:15 pm
    2019.07.09

    Meet at the Jersey Cows in West’s Centre, St Helier, to enjoy a mysterious meander through Victorian St Helier, to admire the architecture, and hear tales of town life through the Centuries.   Find out where the streets really are “paved” with gold, have a photograph with a Royal, discover a Penfold Post Box, find evidence of the musket shots from the Battle of Jersey, and uncover the secret hidden within the paving of our Place du Marché. There is so much to discover, so join Kary and allow her to reveal our town’s hidden treasures.

    The Town Walk takes place every Tuesday and Thursday afternoon at 4  p.m.from West’s Centre.  Booking in advance is required.

    Telephone Kary on 07797 741176

  • Elizabeth Castle Free Public Lecture
    6:00 pm-7:30 pm
    2019.07.09

    The fascinating work being carried out by archaeologists to uncover the history of Elizabeth Castle is the subject of a free talk at Jersey Museum next month.  A team of archaeologists from University of York, who have worked at the iconic landmark for the past two years, will return again at the beginning of July. As part of their visit, they are holding a public lecture on Tuesday, 9 July at 6pm.

    Their talk will be about what they discovered at Elizabeth Castle last year and what this summer’s excavations and surveys could hold.

    Last year, the team began excavating the lost barracks site on the Green and to survey the Hospital. Their 2019 programme will focus on the continued excavation of the lost barracks and research into the Castle’s Occupation heritage ahead of next year’s Liberation 75.

    The archaeologists’ work is part of an ongoing research project between the University and Jersey Heritage and part of wider plans to restore some of the buildings on the Castle that were damaged during the Occupation and have not been open to the public.

     

    Although there is no entry charge for the lecture, donations are welcome.

  • Meet Up
    6:00 pm-8:15 pm
    2019.07.09

    We are an informal gathering of makers, DIY designers and enthusiasts exploring 3D printing and maker culture. If you have an interest in being creative and making things, this is for you. We enjoy hearing about people’s ideas and support one another with projects.

    During our fortnightly meet-ups at the Library’s Eagle Lab we sometimes give short demonstrations of creative processes and show and share projects people are working on. People can contribute as much or as little as they wish – if you are just curious, pop in for a chat and cuppa.

    Technical areas of interest include:
    3D printing and design
    Laser cutting, CNC and other maker tools
    Robots, Raspberry Pi, Arduino and Hardware
    Programming, IoT
    Laser cutting
    Re-purposing and recycling
    …and any other interesting ideas people bring.

    Children who are interested in technology are welcome, accompanied and supervised by an adult

  • Harmony Men & visiting Canadian Choir, The Woodstock Choralaires, Joint Concert
    7:00 pm-9:00 pm
    2019.07.09

    The Parish is hosting a Joint Choir Concert on Tuesday 9th July, with both Jersey’s Harmony Men and visiting Canadian choir, The Woodstock Choralaires, performing in our Assembly Room.

    Many of you will already be familiar with our own Harmony Men choir, but here’s a bit of information on The Woodstock Choralaires. In January 1966, ten people gathered at the home of Dr Norman E. Burt–Gerrans in Woodstock, Canada, to form a choral group. Each participant was to bring a friend to the next rehearsal, and very quickly the Burt–Gerrans home became too small to accommodate the choir that became ‘The Woodstock Choralaires’.

    In its first 50 years, the Choir was led by only three directors: Dr Burt–Gerrans, Ron McNutt, and Doug Shippey. In September 2016, a fourth Director, Geoffrey Warder, took charge.

    By 2016-17, the Choir had more than 60 members, including the director and accompanist. The choir currently rehearses in spacious facilities of St David’s United Church, Woodstock.

    Named ‘Woodstock’s Ambassadors of Song’ by Woodstock City Council, the Choir has sung for many audiences in many venues – from tiny rural churches to magnificent cathedrals – and in a wide range of musical genres. Touring has always been part of the Choralaire experience, and the Choir has travelled overseas a total of nine times:

    • 1970 — England (Lake District) and Scotland
    • 1974 — England, Scotland, Holland
    • 1980 — England, Wales, Germany, Austria
    • 1986 — Expo ’86, Vancouver
    • 1990 — England (Shrewsbury Festival), Wales, Scotland
    • 1997 — England, Wales, Belgium, France
    • 2003 — Germany, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Austria
    • 2007 — Holland, Denmark, Germany, Sweden
    • 2014 — Italy

    Adding Jersey to this list, everyone’s welcome to attend this event, taking place at 7pm on Tuesday 9th July.

  • More events
    • Jersey Women's Suffragettes Exhibition
      All day
      2019.07.09-2019.07.20

      The Jersey Women’s Suffragettes Exhibition will be in situ at the Old Magistrate’s Court on Seale Street from Tuesday 9th to Saturday 20th July. All welcome to pop in and wander around.

      More information available by emailing daphne.east@posh.gov.je or telephoning 811813.

      [Picture above shows Emmeline Pankhurst leaving Bow Street, London, after being bailed on a conspiracy charge in 1912.]

    • Major-General James D'auvergne And The Building Of The Prince`s Tower
      10:00 am-4:00 pm
      2019.07.09-2019.09.24

      MAJOR-GENERAL JAMES D’AUVERGNE AND THE BUILDING OF THE PRINCE’S TOWER

      Tuesdays 10am to 4pm

      In 1759 Major-General James D’Auvergne, former equerry to Prince George, bought La Hougue Bie and in 1792 he gave it to his nephew Philippe D’Auvergne, who had already started building his ‘Prince’s Tower’. Hear stories about one of the most outstanding and distinctive structures ever built in Jersey accompanied by music of the time by Cally Noel.

    • LIVING HISTORY AT MONT ORGUEIL CASTLE
      10:00 am-4:00 pm
      2019.07.09-2019.09.27

      Please check listing to ensure that Living History is on today. History comes to life at the castle with something different to see almost every day, meet the Medieval man at arms, hear the storytellers or listen to tales and music from Cally Noel.

      MEDIEVAL MAN AT ARMS

      Tuesdays 10am to 4pm

      Master Gary, man at arms in the garrison, as he goes about his duties here at the King’s Castle in Gorey.   Find out about his daily duties and the equipment he must look after to ensure the King’s enemies are kept at a distance.

    • Living With The Enemy – Tom Bunting
      10:30 am-12:45 pm
      2019.07.09-2019.10.29

      A guided walk about life during the German Occupation.

      A linear walk every Tuesday, from May 7th until October 29th 2019

      Leaving the Gunsite Café, Beaumont, in St Aubin’s bay at 10:30, arriving at the Jersey War Tunnels about 12:45.

      Take a stroll through beautiful St Peter’s Valley as you delve into life in Jersey when it was occupied in World War II. What was life like for everyday people? What did they eat? How did they know what was going on in the outside world? The walk takes you along past occupation relics on country lanes up to the high woodland area of Les Gellettes which had lain undisturbed for 60 years – until Channel Four’s Time Team came to excavate in the spring of 2010.  You will see the original trenches and gun emplacements built by the occupying forces and hear all about the excavations, before finally ending up at the famous Jersey War Tunnels.

      No need to book, just turn up!

      Adults £10.00

      For further information, please contact Blue Badge Guide Tom Bunting on 07797780868 or email tom.bunting@localdial.com

    • Strawberries and Cream
      10:30 am-1:30 pm
      2019.07.09

      With a Wimbledon theme our cookery workshop with Trizia takes the theme of strawberries and cream

    • An Elizabethan Adventure – Uncovering Elizabeth Castle with Tracey Radford
      10:45 am-12:00 pm
      2019.07.09

      Join Blue Badge Guide Tracey Radford on a journey of discovery around Elizabeth Castle. Peel back the layers of Jersey’s history, climb battlements dating back to the 1590s, explore the turrets and bunkers and visit the Hermitage where St Helier, the Patron Saint of our Town is thought to have lived around 550 A.D.

      Built on a rocky islet in St Aubin’s Bay, Elizabeth Castle has defended Jersey for more than 300 years.  With Tracey discover the original site of the Abbey of St Helier, and visit the Governor’s House, once temporary home to important historical figures such as Sir Walter Raleigh and Charles II of England.

      Take an entertaining trip through the Castle’s long and varied history. Discover just how significant our small Island was in important historical events, through the days of the Empire, Civil War and the World Wars of the 20th Century.  Enjoy stories of battles, and their heroes.   Explore occupation bunkers, Tudor stairways, and a Georgian Parade Ground, there is so much to see and admire. History, legends, and amazing views – this is a tour to be savoured.

      As part of the Jersey Heritage attractions, Elizabeth Castle is accessible at low tide by foot, or, at both low and high tide, the Castle Ferry, which will transport you across the bay to and from the Castle. Elizabeth Castle is the perfect place to spend a day exploring Jersey’s history.

      The cost of Tracey’s tour is included in your castle admission.

      Tour begins at 10.45 until 12 noon every Tuesday morning.

      Tickets can be obtained at the Castle Ferry Kiosk, Les Jardins de la Mer, West Park, St Helier, JE3 3NU

      For more information you can contact Tracey on 07797 740664 or call the Castle Ferry Kiosk on +44 (0)1534 634048

    • Uncovering the hidden treasures of St Helier
      4:00 pm-5:15 pm
      2019.07.09

      Meet at the Jersey Cows in West’s Centre, St Helier, to enjoy a mysterious meander through Victorian St Helier, to admire the architecture, and hear tales of town life through the Centuries.   Find out where the streets really are “paved” with gold, have a photograph with a Royal, discover a Penfold Post Box, find evidence of the musket shots from the Battle of Jersey, and uncover the secret hidden within the paving of our Place du Marché. There is so much to discover, so join Kary and allow her to reveal our town’s hidden treasures.

      The Town Walk takes place every Tuesday and Thursday afternoon at 4  p.m.from West’s Centre.  Booking in advance is required.

      Telephone Kary on 07797 741176

    • Elizabeth Castle Free Public Lecture
      6:00 pm-7:30 pm
      2019.07.09

      The fascinating work being carried out by archaeologists to uncover the history of Elizabeth Castle is the subject of a free talk at Jersey Museum next month.  A team of archaeologists from University of York, who have worked at the iconic landmark for the past two years, will return again at the beginning of July. As part of their visit, they are holding a public lecture on Tuesday, 9 July at 6pm.

      Their talk will be about what they discovered at Elizabeth Castle last year and what this summer’s excavations and surveys could hold.

      Last year, the team began excavating the lost barracks site on the Green and to survey the Hospital. Their 2019 programme will focus on the continued excavation of the lost barracks and research into the Castle’s Occupation heritage ahead of next year’s Liberation 75.

      The archaeologists’ work is part of an ongoing research project between the University and Jersey Heritage and part of wider plans to restore some of the buildings on the Castle that were damaged during the Occupation and have not been open to the public.

       

      Although there is no entry charge for the lecture, donations are welcome.

    • Meet Up
      6:00 pm-8:15 pm
      2019.07.09

      We are an informal gathering of makers, DIY designers and enthusiasts exploring 3D printing and maker culture. If you have an interest in being creative and making things, this is for you. We enjoy hearing about people’s ideas and support one another with projects.

      During our fortnightly meet-ups at the Library’s Eagle Lab we sometimes give short demonstrations of creative processes and show and share projects people are working on. People can contribute as much or as little as they wish – if you are just curious, pop in for a chat and cuppa.

      Technical areas of interest include:
      3D printing and design
      Laser cutting, CNC and other maker tools
      Robots, Raspberry Pi, Arduino and Hardware
      Programming, IoT
      Laser cutting
      Re-purposing and recycling
      …and any other interesting ideas people bring.

      Children who are interested in technology are welcome, accompanied and supervised by an adult

    • Harmony Men & visiting Canadian Choir, The Woodstock Choralaires, Joint Concert
      7:00 pm-9:00 pm
      2019.07.09

      The Parish is hosting a Joint Choir Concert on Tuesday 9th July, with both Jersey’s Harmony Men and visiting Canadian choir, The Woodstock Choralaires, performing in our Assembly Room.

      Many of you will already be familiar with our own Harmony Men choir, but here’s a bit of information on The Woodstock Choralaires. In January 1966, ten people gathered at the home of Dr Norman E. Burt–Gerrans in Woodstock, Canada, to form a choral group. Each participant was to bring a friend to the next rehearsal, and very quickly the Burt–Gerrans home became too small to accommodate the choir that became ‘The Woodstock Choralaires’.

      In its first 50 years, the Choir was led by only three directors: Dr Burt–Gerrans, Ron McNutt, and Doug Shippey. In September 2016, a fourth Director, Geoffrey Warder, took charge.

      By 2016-17, the Choir had more than 60 members, including the director and accompanist. The choir currently rehearses in spacious facilities of St David’s United Church, Woodstock.

      Named ‘Woodstock’s Ambassadors of Song’ by Woodstock City Council, the Choir has sung for many audiences in many venues – from tiny rural churches to magnificent cathedrals – and in a wide range of musical genres. Touring has always been part of the Choralaire experience, and the Choir has travelled overseas a total of nine times:

      • 1970 — England (Lake District) and Scotland
      • 1974 — England, Scotland, Holland
      • 1980 — England, Wales, Germany, Austria
      • 1986 — Expo ’86, Vancouver
      • 1990 — England (Shrewsbury Festival), Wales, Scotland
      • 1997 — England, Wales, Belgium, France
      • 2003 — Germany, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Austria
      • 2007 — Holland, Denmark, Germany, Sweden
      • 2014 — Italy

      Adding Jersey to this list, everyone’s welcome to attend this event, taking place at 7pm on Tuesday 9th July.

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  • HANDMADE JERSEY – A WORK IN PROGRESS
    10:00 am-5:00 pm
    2019.07.10-2019.12.30

    This exhibition shines a light on the talents of Jersey’s amateur artists and craftspeople, and with our ‘Make Space’ visitors will have an opportunity to create something themselves.

    This exhibition shines a light on the talents of Jersey’s amateur artists and craftspeople, and with our ‘Make Space’ visitors will have an opportunity to create something themselves.

    This exhibition displays both historical and contemporary art and craft, ranging from a Neolithic pot and 18th century samplers, to a huge Cosplay costume made out of recycled materials. Some of the exhibits are from the Jersey Heritage collections and have never been on display, and some have been lent by Islanders.

    There is also a ‘Make Space’, sponsored by the Association of Jersey Charities and Channel Islands Lottery, where visitors to the exhibition can try their hand at various craft activities.

    From a knitted Battle of Jersey to an Occupation costume made out of tins, Handmade Jersey explores humanity’s instinct to create. The exhibition also explores the relationship people have with materials, in particular those that are found in Jersey, such as shells and harestail, as well as things that can be found and reused

    Any groups or schools interested in using the ‘Make Space’ during the exhibition, either as a one-off or regularly, can contact handmade@jerseyheritage.org to book a date and time.  Please be aware that on this occasion JH will share your information with a third party for the purposes of making bookings. Your data will be deleted by the third party within 14 days of the craft session being completed.

    Normal entry fee applies, Jersey Heritage Members go free.

  • LIVING HISTORY AT MONT ORGUEIL CASTLE
    10:00 am-4:00 pm
    2019.07.10-2019.09.27

    Please check listing to ensure that Living History is on today. History comes to life at the castle with something different to see almost every day, meet the Medieval man at arms, hear the storytellers or listen to tales and music from Cally Noel.

    Living History at Mont Orgueil starts on 1 May until 27 September.

    Please note that dates and times may change at short notice please check with the castle in advance if you wish to see a particular performance.

    Normal admission prices apply.  Jersey Heritage members go free.

    1591 – SIR JOHN NORRIS PAID A VISIT TO MONT ORGUEIL CASTLE

    Wednesdays 10am to 4pm

    Sir John Norris, the most acclaimed British soldier of his day paid a visit to Mont Orgueil Castle to see his sister Lady Catherine Paulet and her husband Sir Anthony Paulet, Governor of Jersey. He reported that ‘ the castle was of little strength, as for the Islanders themselves, they were a fearful people who took alarm at every ship they saw and who would run out of the island if they had a back door’. Hear tales and intrigue of who the Jersey Islanders feared accompanied with Tudor music by Cally Noel.

  • Uncovering your French Connection – A FREE tour of historical St Helier
    10:30 am-12:00 pm
    2019.07.10

    Your guide will be on hand to meet you at Liberation Square, Weighbridge, St Helier, for a gentle stroll into our charming town, to uncover and celebrate our French connection.

    The town tour takes you through the hidden byways of our delightful Victorian town.  Discover the history of our fascinating harbours and find out how our Island, once a valuable part of the Duchy of Normandy, became aligned with the British Crown.

    Together we will uncover the secrets of Coin-es-Anes and Coin-es-Cochons, and find out exactly what “Rue Trousse Cotillon” really means.

    We will discover the fascinating histories of our heroes and heroines, from Philippe d’Auvergne, Prince of Bouillon, to celebrated French authors Maitre Wace and Victor Hugo; and we will reveal the hidden histories of our Place du Marché, and the Battle of Jersey, before wandering through the cobbled lane of our old French quarter.

    This entertaining tour will take approximately 90 minutes.  Jersey Uncovered look forward to welcoming you along for this Jersey adventure, with a flavour of France.

    Meet at Liberation Square at 10.15 a.m.

    Free of charge                                                     

  • Amazing Black Pepper Band at Roberto’s!
    7:00 pm-9:00 pm
    2019.07.10

    Roberto’s Jazz Bar present – The Black Pepper Jazz Band covering a variety of songs and styles, from Jazz standards and bossa to funk and modern jazz fusion; they love doing both standard covers and experimenting with new takes, styles, and rhythms.

    Wednesday’s Live not to be missed!

    Please book now and contact us: 727521 or book online: https://www.resdiary.com/Restaurant/SavoyJersey

  • Hang in there if you can
    8:00 pm-10:00 pm
    2019.07.10

    Emanating from a long collaboration based on friendship and a passion for juggling, Cie Les Invendus reflect on human relationships and how “the other” is an indispensable partner for self-realisation.

    ‘Hang in there if you can’ combines choreography and juggling to demonstrate feelings of loneliness, anger and kindness. With their use of a unique language, ‘juggled movement’, the company invite us to share moments of poetry and humour, bearers of sense and generators of emotions.

  • More events
    • HANDMADE JERSEY – A WORK IN PROGRESS
      10:00 am-5:00 pm
      2019.07.10-2019.12.30

      This exhibition shines a light on the talents of Jersey’s amateur artists and craftspeople, and with our ‘Make Space’ visitors will have an opportunity to create something themselves.

      This exhibition shines a light on the talents of Jersey’s amateur artists and craftspeople, and with our ‘Make Space’ visitors will have an opportunity to create something themselves.

      This exhibition displays both historical and contemporary art and craft, ranging from a Neolithic pot and 18th century samplers, to a huge Cosplay costume made out of recycled materials. Some of the exhibits are from the Jersey Heritage collections and have never been on display, and some have been lent by Islanders.

      There is also a ‘Make Space’, sponsored by the Association of Jersey Charities and Channel Islands Lottery, where visitors to the exhibition can try their hand at various craft activities.

      From a knitted Battle of Jersey to an Occupation costume made out of tins, Handmade Jersey explores humanity’s instinct to create. The exhibition also explores the relationship people have with materials, in particular those that are found in Jersey, such as shells and harestail, as well as things that can be found and reused

      Any groups or schools interested in using the ‘Make Space’ during the exhibition, either as a one-off or regularly, can contact handmade@jerseyheritage.org to book a date and time.  Please be aware that on this occasion JH will share your information with a third party for the purposes of making bookings. Your data will be deleted by the third party within 14 days of the craft session being completed.

      Normal entry fee applies, Jersey Heritage Members go free.

    • LIVING HISTORY AT MONT ORGUEIL CASTLE
      10:00 am-4:00 pm
      2019.07.10-2019.09.27

      Please check listing to ensure that Living History is on today. History comes to life at the castle with something different to see almost every day, meet the Medieval man at arms, hear the storytellers or listen to tales and music from Cally Noel.

      Living History at Mont Orgueil starts on 1 May until 27 September.

      Please note that dates and times may change at short notice please check with the castle in advance if you wish to see a particular performance.

      Normal admission prices apply.  Jersey Heritage members go free.

      1591 – SIR JOHN NORRIS PAID A VISIT TO MONT ORGUEIL CASTLE

      Wednesdays 10am to 4pm

      Sir John Norris, the most acclaimed British soldier of his day paid a visit to Mont Orgueil Castle to see his sister Lady Catherine Paulet and her husband Sir Anthony Paulet, Governor of Jersey. He reported that ‘ the castle was of little strength, as for the Islanders themselves, they were a fearful people who took alarm at every ship they saw and who would run out of the island if they had a back door’. Hear tales and intrigue of who the Jersey Islanders feared accompanied with Tudor music by Cally Noel.

    • Uncovering your French Connection – A FREE tour of historical St Helier
      10:30 am-12:00 pm
      2019.07.10

      Your guide will be on hand to meet you at Liberation Square, Weighbridge, St Helier, for a gentle stroll into our charming town, to uncover and celebrate our French connection.

      The town tour takes you through the hidden byways of our delightful Victorian town.  Discover the history of our fascinating harbours and find out how our Island, once a valuable part of the Duchy of Normandy, became aligned with the British Crown.

      Together we will uncover the secrets of Coin-es-Anes and Coin-es-Cochons, and find out exactly what “Rue Trousse Cotillon” really means.

      We will discover the fascinating histories of our heroes and heroines, from Philippe d’Auvergne, Prince of Bouillon, to celebrated French authors Maitre Wace and Victor Hugo; and we will reveal the hidden histories of our Place du Marché, and the Battle of Jersey, before wandering through the cobbled lane of our old French quarter.

      This entertaining tour will take approximately 90 minutes.  Jersey Uncovered look forward to welcoming you along for this Jersey adventure, with a flavour of France.

      Meet at Liberation Square at 10.15 a.m.

      Free of charge                                                     

    • Amazing Black Pepper Band at Roberto's!
      7:00 pm-9:00 pm
      2019.07.10

      Roberto’s Jazz Bar present – The Black Pepper Jazz Band covering a variety of songs and styles, from Jazz standards and bossa to funk and modern jazz fusion; they love doing both standard covers and experimenting with new takes, styles, and rhythms.

      Wednesday’s Live not to be missed!

      Please book now and contact us: 727521 or book online: https://www.resdiary.com/Restaurant/SavoyJersey

    • Hang in there if you can
      8:00 pm-10:00 pm
      2019.07.10

      Emanating from a long collaboration based on friendship and a passion for juggling, Cie Les Invendus reflect on human relationships and how “the other” is an indispensable partner for self-realisation.

      ‘Hang in there if you can’ combines choreography and juggling to demonstrate feelings of loneliness, anger and kindness. With their use of a unique language, ‘juggled movement’, the company invite us to share moments of poetry and humour, bearers of sense and generators of emotions.

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  • St Brelade Social Club Car Boot Sale
    9:00 am-1:00 pm
    2019.07.13

    We are opening our doors for the 2019 season on Saturday May 18th, and then every Saturday thereafter until at least the end of September!

    The car boot is from 9am – 1pm, with set up from 08:30am.

    No booking required, just turn up.

    Pitches will be £10 each, with a limited amount of tables and rails to hire for £1 each on a first come first serve basis.

    Hope to see you there!

    Map

     

  • Archaeology Weekend
    10:00 am-4:00 pm
    2019.07.13-2019.07.14

    Archaeologists will be returning to Elizabeth Castle this summer to continue their work to undercover the history behind one of the Island’s most iconic landmarks. Come and discover what the team have uncovered and learn about the history of the Castle.

    A team of five members of staff and 16 students from the Department of Archaeology at the University of York will visit Jersey between 6-16 July to carry out fieldwork at the Castle, including further excavations of the lost barracks on the Green.  To find out more about the work of the University of York at Elizabeth Castle click here.

    On Saturday 13 and Sunday 14 July the team are hosting an Archaeology Weekend where you can take a tour of the archaeology site, discover what the team have uncovered and learn about the history of the Castle.

    The talks and tours are free but normal entry price applies.

  • Theatre Tours & Afternoon Teas
    2:00 pm-3:15 pm
    2019.07.13

    Explore the nooks and crannies behind-the-scenes and learn about the history of this iconic venue and what really happens behind the curtain.
    Join the tour guide on an intriguing journey dating back to 1865 then take it all in over Afternoon Tea in OH! Cafébar.
    Due to the amount of walking and stairs involved it is advisable to wear comfortable shoes.
  • Wimbledon Finals
    2:00 pm-6:00 pm
    2019.07.13-2019.07.14

    We’re bringing Centre Court to the Lower Terrace at L’Horizon Beach Hotel & Spa. Join us on 13th and 14th July where will be screening the Ladies and Mens Championship Finals live.

    We’ll have all your favourite Wimbledon traditions including homemade Pimm’s ice lollies, strawberries and cream and of course Champagne – it’s the perfect place to watch the final.

    Tickets are £15 per person including a glass of Pimm’s on arrival. To book phone 01534 743101 or email lhorizon@handpicked.co.uk.

    Wimbledon at L’Horizon Beach Hotel & Spa – supported by Jaguar, official car partner of The Championships at Wimbledon.finals-l`horizon-jersey

  • Coast to Coast
    4:30 pm-11:00 pm
    2019.07.13

    Coast to Coast is an island wide charity event in aid of the Jersey Brain Tumour Charity. This will involve 11 live acts playing a 30 min set in each of the 5 pubs then moving onto the next until they’ve played all venues, fundraising along the way for a great local charity.

    To finish off the day The Riffs will be playing in JB’s Smokehouse from 10.30pm along with some of the musicians from the day.

    Do try and pop in to one of the 6 venues(or all 6!) during the course of the evening and enjoy some great live music by local artists, all in aid of a great local charity.

    http://www.vibrantjersey.je/the-jersey-brain-tumour-charity/

  • Blondie & Kafung! Get your dancing shoes on
    8:00 pm-10:00 pm
    2019.07.13

    The Kafung Band brings a sophisticated, multicultural musical fusion. Kafung’s music is a dynamic mix of Jazz, Pop, Latin, and West African sounds with vocalists singing in a variety of
    languages.

    Get those dancing shoes ready!
    Drums – Sheikh Blondie
    Guitar – Steve Royle
    Saxophone – Pete Ashton
    Vocalists – Juliette and Kit Ashton

    Two-course menu available at £19.00
    Reservations Tel: 727521 or Book online: https://www.resdiary.com/restaurant/savoyjersey

  • Live Music for EFLO
    8:00 pm-11:00 pm
    2019.07.13

    What better way of enjoying your Saturday! Why don’t you join Mid Life Crisis and Catch 22 for a smashing evening of wonderful music and whilst at it raise money for a worthwhile charity? This fabulous event is organised by EFLO and takes place on Saturday 13 July 2019 at The Horse and Hound from 8 till late. Please share and come join us for a toe tapping and memorable evening.

  • More events
    • St Brelade Social Club Car Boot Sale
      9:00 am-1:00 pm
      2019.07.13

      We are opening our doors for the 2019 season on Saturday May 18th, and then every Saturday thereafter until at least the end of September!

      The car boot is from 9am – 1pm, with set up from 08:30am.

      No booking required, just turn up.

      Pitches will be £10 each, with a limited amount of tables and rails to hire for £1 each on a first come first serve basis.

      Hope to see you there!

      Map

       

    • Archaeology Weekend
      10:00 am-4:00 pm
      2019.07.13-2019.07.14

      Archaeologists will be returning to Elizabeth Castle this summer to continue their work to undercover the history behind one of the Island’s most iconic landmarks. Come and discover what the team have uncovered and learn about the history of the Castle.

      A team of five members of staff and 16 students from the Department of Archaeology at the University of York will visit Jersey between 6-16 July to carry out fieldwork at the Castle, including further excavations of the lost barracks on the Green.  To find out more about the work of the University of York at Elizabeth Castle click here.

      On Saturday 13 and Sunday 14 July the team are hosting an Archaeology Weekend where you can take a tour of the archaeology site, discover what the team have uncovered and learn about the history of the Castle.

      The talks and tours are free but normal entry price applies.

    • Theatre Tours & Afternoon Teas
      2:00 pm-3:15 pm
      2019.07.13
      Explore the nooks and crannies behind-the-scenes and learn about the history of this iconic venue and what really happens behind the curtain.
      Join the tour guide on an intriguing journey dating back to 1865 then take it all in over Afternoon Tea in OH! Cafébar.
      Due to the amount of walking and stairs involved it is advisable to wear comfortable shoes.
    • Wimbledon Finals
      2:00 pm-6:00 pm
      2019.07.13-2019.07.14

      We’re bringing Centre Court to the Lower Terrace at L’Horizon Beach Hotel & Spa. Join us on 13th and 14th July where will be screening the Ladies and Mens Championship Finals live.

      We’ll have all your favourite Wimbledon traditions including homemade Pimm’s ice lollies, strawberries and cream and of course Champagne – it’s the perfect place to watch the final.

      Tickets are £15 per person including a glass of Pimm’s on arrival. To book phone 01534 743101 or email lhorizon@handpicked.co.uk.

      Wimbledon at L’Horizon Beach Hotel & Spa – supported by Jaguar, official car partner of The Championships at Wimbledon.finals-l`horizon-jersey

    • Coast to Coast
      4:30 pm-11:00 pm
      2019.07.13

      Coast to Coast is an island wide charity event in aid of the Jersey Brain Tumour Charity. This will involve 11 live acts playing a 30 min set in each of the 5 pubs then moving onto the next until they’ve played all venues, fundraising along the way for a great local charity.

      To finish off the day The Riffs will be playing in JB’s Smokehouse from 10.30pm along with some of the musicians from the day.

      Do try and pop in to one of the 6 venues(or all 6!) during the course of the evening and enjoy some great live music by local artists, all in aid of a great local charity.

      http://www.vibrantjersey.je/the-jersey-brain-tumour-charity/

    • Blondie & Kafung! Get your dancing shoes on
      8:00 pm-10:00 pm
      2019.07.13

      The Kafung Band brings a sophisticated, multicultural musical fusion. Kafung’s music is a dynamic mix of Jazz, Pop, Latin, and West African sounds with vocalists singing in a variety of
      languages.

      Get those dancing shoes ready!
      Drums – Sheikh Blondie
      Guitar – Steve Royle
      Saxophone – Pete Ashton
      Vocalists – Juliette and Kit Ashton

      Two-course menu available at £19.00
      Reservations Tel: 727521 or Book online: https://www.resdiary.com/restaurant/savoyjersey

    • Live Music for EFLO
      8:00 pm-11:00 pm
      2019.07.13

      What better way of enjoying your Saturday! Why don’t you join Mid Life Crisis and Catch 22 for a smashing evening of wonderful music and whilst at it raise money for a worthwhile charity? This fabulous event is organised by EFLO and takes place on Saturday 13 July 2019 at The Horse and Hound from 8 till late. Please share and come join us for a toe tapping and memorable evening.

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  • Marc’s Walk 2019
    8:00 am-5:00 pm
    2019.07.14

    This year will see the ninth Marc’s Walk taking place – in total £113,000 has been raised, with last year’s total being close to £8,000. It’s hoped to beat that this year and hit £10,000, in aid of Jersey Hospice.

    There will be a choice of three starts, to give 14 mile (leaves Grève de Lecq Car Park at 8am), 7 mile (from Trinity Manor) and 4 mile (start location still to be advised) walks, so something for everyone. All walks will finish at Le Hocq, and there will be a free bus service from town to Grève de Lecq to assist with everyone getting there.

    Registration costs £15 per adult, £10 per child under 16, and is free for children under 6. This year’s theme is colourful top hats, and there are also t-shirts available to purchase.

    For more information please email otom@newtelsurf.com or telephone 07797 773765.

  • Millbrook Car Boot Sale
    8:00 am-1:00 pm
    2019.07.14

    Running every Sunday at Millbrook Playing Fields from 8 till 1. No need to book, just turn up. £10 per pitch with a donation going to local charities.
  • Cold War Bunker Tours
    10:00 am-2:00 pm
    2019.07.14

    For the very first time, Jersey Heritage is offering public access to Jersey’s Cold War Bunker through a series of pre-bookable tours led by expert guides who worked at the Bunker during the Cold War period.

    The Cold War Bunker is a fascinating site at Springfield that demonstrates how the Island’s authorities planned to react in the event of a nuclear war. Essential personnel would be evacuated to this Second World War German communications bunker which had been transformed into a Cold War nuclear fallout bunker, equipped with blast-proof doors, emergency rations, protective clothing and radiation equipment.

    Access to the Bunker is limited and tours must be pre-booked HERE

    Cost £5 per person.  £3 for Jersey Heritage Members, Patrons and Benefactors. Children must be aged 12 or over.

    DATES

    Tours last 45 mins and will be held on the hour on the following dates:

    Sunday 16 June – between 10am and 2pm   SOLD OUT

    Saturday 22 June – between 10am and 2pm  Some Jersey Heritage Member spaces left for noon tour

    Wednesday 26 June – between 6pm and 8pm SOLD OUT

    Sunday 14 July – between 10am and 2pm

    Wednesday 17 July – between 6pm and 8pm

    Saturday 20 July – between 10am and 2pm

  • Discovery Days
    10:00 am-4:00 pm
    2019.07.14

    Come and join us at one of our family fun discovery days. If you are members then all the activities are free.

    Discovery Days are family fun days filled with arts and crafts, history and heritage.  Jersey Heritage Members go free of charge, normal entry price for non-members.

    EVENT DATES

    Sunday 12 May – 10am to 4pm – Castle Creatures at Mont Orgueil Castle

    Sunday 9 June – 10am to 4pm – The Fun of the Farm at Hamptonne Country Life Museum

    Sunday 14 July – 10am to 4pm – Neolithic Terrific at La Hougue Bie

    Sunday 15 September – 10am to 4pm – Colour Kitchen at La Hougue Bie

    Sunday 17 November – 10am to 4pm – A Story Told at the Maritime Museum

    Sunday 15 December – 10am to 4pm – The Magic of Christmas at Jersey Museum

  • Seigneurs, Surf And Sandpipers – with Roger Noel
    10:00 am-2:00 pm
    2019.07.14

    Join Blue Badge Guide Roger Noel for an interesting wander around the environs of St Ouen’s Bay.  Part of the Jersey National Park, this beautiful Bay offers you stunning views, a magnificent dunes system, and a haven for birdlife, wildlife and plant life.

    Roger is a well known local ornithologist and historian and he is delighted to take you on a journey of discovery in this magnificent setting.

    Admire the  surfing paradise of strong rolling Atlantic waves, which twice daily wash the miles of beautiful sandy beach, making St Ouen’s Bay the best of its kind, and learn the history behind the many fortifications along the coastline, dating from the 18th century through to the 20th Century

    The walk also includes a visit to the fascinating Channel Island Military Museum, not to be missed.

    Starting at 2 pm. this St Ouen’s Bay wander lasts for approximately three hours.

    Please meet at Big Verns Car Park opposite the Wetland Centre.

    Pre booking essential: Please call Roger on 07797 824721

  • Make Space At Jersey Museum
    10:00 am-4:00 pm
    2019.07.14

    Come to the Make Space a learn a new skill or craft. All the events are free to attend (normal entry fee applies).

    WEAVING WORKSHOP

    14 July – 10am to 4pm

    Join Oliver Le Gresley for a weaving workshop in the Make Space. Oliver studied Textile Design at Falmouth University. He specialises in silk weaving and has worked extensively in textile studios in Japan. Anyone wishing to take part should email handmadejersey@jerseyheritage.org to book their space.

  • Wildflower Walk – Jardin D’Olivet
    10:30 am-12:00 pm
    2019.07.14

    Join Tina Hull, local botanist, on a wildflower walk around Jardin D’Olivet with its amazing views of the nearby coast of France in the beautiful parish of Trinity. Learn about the folklore, science, myth and magic of all the wonderful wildflowers you will see on this short stroll.  The terrain on this walk will be on relatively flat but uneven ground. 

    Kindly supported by the Condor Community Fund 2019

    We offer substantially reduced rates for Members. Membership starts from £30 for an adult and £15 for a child p.a.If you would like to become a member click HERE

  • Summer BBQ
    1:00 pm-4:00 pm
    2019.07.14

    Family BBQ to raise funds for this year’s exhibit
    Come and join us for a fantastic afternoon.
    £10.00 per person including hot food, range of salads and dessert
    Concessions for children under 12y/o
    Fundraising raffle
    Book now – Call Jean on 07977 842225

  • Exam Showcase
    2:00 pm-9:00 pm
    2019.07.14

    Celebrating 20 years in Jersey!

    It is 20 years since the Progressive School of Music opened in Jersey!

    To mark the anniversary, our singers, our Pop/Rock/Gospel Choir and our Musical Theatre students bring you their Exam Showcase. ‘Motown’, ‘Inside Out’, ‘A Chorus Line’ and ‘Mary Poppins Returns’ all feature in this whimsical showcase, full of talented students singing, dancing and acting.

    Suitable for an audience of all ages.

  • St Helier Pilgrimage
    2:30 pm-4:30 pm
    2019.07.14

    St Helier Pilgrimage – the annual procession from the Parish Church of St Helier, in the centre of the town, down to the beach, along the causeway and out to the chapel which was built over the site where St Helier lived, which is known as ‘the Hermitage’.

    2.30pm Procession leaves Town Church

    Tickets for access to the Hermitage via the Castle and refreshments will be handed out on the day to those taking part in the Pilgrimage. Please note no dogs are allowed except guide dogs.

    Further information available by emailing daphne.east@posh.gov.je or telephoning 01534 811813.

  • More events
    • Marc's Walk 2019
      8:00 am-5:00 pm
      2019.07.14

      This year will see the ninth Marc’s Walk taking place – in total £113,000 has been raised, with last year’s total being close to £8,000. It’s hoped to beat that this year and hit £10,000, in aid of Jersey Hospice.

      There will be a choice of three starts, to give 14 mile (leaves Grève de Lecq Car Park at 8am), 7 mile (from Trinity Manor) and 4 mile (start location still to be advised) walks, so something for everyone. All walks will finish at Le Hocq, and there will be a free bus service from town to Grève de Lecq to assist with everyone getting there.

      Registration costs £15 per adult, £10 per child under 16, and is free for children under 6. This year’s theme is colourful top hats, and there are also t-shirts available to purchase.

      For more information please email otom@newtelsurf.com or telephone 07797 773765.

    • Millbrook Car Boot Sale
      8:00 am-1:00 pm
      2019.07.14
      Running every Sunday at Millbrook Playing Fields from 8 till 1. No need to book, just turn up. £10 per pitch with a donation going to local charities.
    • Cold War Bunker Tours
      10:00 am-2:00 pm
      2019.07.14

      For the very first time, Jersey Heritage is offering public access to Jersey’s Cold War Bunker through a series of pre-bookable tours led by expert guides who worked at the Bunker during the Cold War period.

      The Cold War Bunker is a fascinating site at Springfield that demonstrates how the Island’s authorities planned to react in the event of a nuclear war. Essential personnel would be evacuated to this Second World War German communications bunker which had been transformed into a Cold War nuclear fallout bunker, equipped with blast-proof doors, emergency rations, protective clothing and radiation equipment.

      Access to the Bunker is limited and tours must be pre-booked HERE

      Cost £5 per person.  £3 for Jersey Heritage Members, Patrons and Benefactors. Children must be aged 12 or over.

      DATES

      Tours last 45 mins and will be held on the hour on the following dates:

      Sunday 16 June – between 10am and 2pm   SOLD OUT

      Saturday 22 June – between 10am and 2pm  Some Jersey Heritage Member spaces left for noon tour

      Wednesday 26 June – between 6pm and 8pm SOLD OUT

      Sunday 14 July – between 10am and 2pm

      Wednesday 17 July – between 6pm and 8pm

      Saturday 20 July – between 10am and 2pm

    • Discovery Days
      10:00 am-4:00 pm
      2019.07.14

      Come and join us at one of our family fun discovery days. If you are members then all the activities are free.

      Discovery Days are family fun days filled with arts and crafts, history and heritage.  Jersey Heritage Members go free of charge, normal entry price for non-members.

      EVENT DATES

      Sunday 12 May – 10am to 4pm – Castle Creatures at Mont Orgueil Castle

      Sunday 9 June – 10am to 4pm – The Fun of the Farm at Hamptonne Country Life Museum

      Sunday 14 July – 10am to 4pm – Neolithic Terrific at La Hougue Bie

      Sunday 15 September – 10am to 4pm – Colour Kitchen at La Hougue Bie

      Sunday 17 November – 10am to 4pm – A Story Told at the Maritime Museum

      Sunday 15 December – 10am to 4pm – The Magic of Christmas at Jersey Museum

    • Seigneurs, Surf And Sandpipers – with Roger Noel
      10:00 am-2:00 pm
      2019.07.14

      Join Blue Badge Guide Roger Noel for an interesting wander around the environs of St Ouen’s Bay.  Part of the Jersey National Park, this beautiful Bay offers you stunning views, a magnificent dunes system, and a haven for birdlife, wildlife and plant life.

      Roger is a well known local ornithologist and historian and he is delighted to take you on a journey of discovery in this magnificent setting.

      Admire the  surfing paradise of strong rolling Atlantic waves, which twice daily wash the miles of beautiful sandy beach, making St Ouen’s Bay the best of its kind, and learn the history behind the many fortifications along the coastline, dating from the 18th century through to the 20th Century

      The walk also includes a visit to the fascinating Channel Island Military Museum, not to be missed.

      Starting at 2 pm. this St Ouen’s Bay wander lasts for approximately three hours.

      Please meet at Big Verns Car Park opposite the Wetland Centre.

      Pre booking essential: Please call Roger on 07797 824721

    • Make Space At Jersey Museum
      10:00 am-4:00 pm
      2019.07.14

      Come to the Make Space a learn a new skill or craft. All the events are free to attend (normal entry fee applies).

      WEAVING WORKSHOP

      14 July – 10am to 4pm

      Join Oliver Le Gresley for a weaving workshop in the Make Space. Oliver studied Textile Design at Falmouth University. He specialises in silk weaving and has worked extensively in textile studios in Japan. Anyone wishing to take part should email handmadejersey@jerseyheritage.org to book their space.

    • Wildflower Walk – Jardin D’Olivet
      10:30 am-12:00 pm
      2019.07.14

      Join Tina Hull, local botanist, on a wildflower walk around Jardin D’Olivet with its amazing views of the nearby coast of France in the beautiful parish of Trinity. Learn about the folklore, science, myth and magic of all the wonderful wildflowers you will see on this short stroll.  The terrain on this walk will be on relatively flat but uneven ground. 

      Kindly supported by the Condor Community Fund 2019

      We offer substantially reduced rates for Members. Membership starts from £30 for an adult and £15 for a child p.a.If you would like to become a member click HERE

    • Summer BBQ
      1:00 pm-4:00 pm
      2019.07.14

      Family BBQ to raise funds for this year’s exhibit
      Come and join us for a fantastic afternoon.
      £10.00 per person including hot food, range of salads and dessert
      Concessions for children under 12y/o
      Fundraising raffle
      Book now – Call Jean on 07977 842225

    • Exam Showcase
      2:00 pm-9:00 pm
      2019.07.14

      Celebrating 20 years in Jersey!

      It is 20 years since the Progressive School of Music opened in Jersey!

      To mark the anniversary, our singers, our Pop/Rock/Gospel Choir and our Musical Theatre students bring you their Exam Showcase. ‘Motown’, ‘Inside Out’, ‘A Chorus Line’ and ‘Mary Poppins Returns’ all feature in this whimsical showcase, full of talented students singing, dancing and acting.

      Suitable for an audience of all ages.

    • St Helier Pilgrimage
      2:30 pm-4:30 pm
      2019.07.14

      St Helier Pilgrimage – the annual procession from the Parish Church of St Helier, in the centre of the town, down to the beach, along the causeway and out to the chapel which was built over the site where St Helier lived, which is known as ‘the Hermitage’.

      2.30pm Procession leaves Town Church

      Tickets for access to the Hermitage via the Castle and refreshments will be handed out on the day to those taking part in the Pilgrimage. Please note no dogs are allowed except guide dogs.

      Further information available by emailing daphne.east@posh.gov.je or telephoning 01534 811813.

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  • Jersey Women’s Suffragettes Exhibition
    All day
    2019.07.16-2019.07.20

    The Jersey Women’s Suffragettes Exhibition will be in situ at the Old Magistrate’s Court on Seale Street from Tuesday 9th to Saturday 20th July. All welcome to pop in and wander around.

    More information available by emailing daphne.east@posh.gov.je or telephoning 811813.

    [Picture above shows Emmeline Pankhurst leaving Bow Street, London, after being bailed on a conspiracy charge in 1912.]

  • LIVING HISTORY AT MONT ORGUEIL CASTLE
    10:00 am-4:00 pm
    2019.07.16-2019.09.27

    Please check listing to ensure that Living History is on today. History comes to life at the castle with something different to see almost every day, meet the Medieval man at arms, hear the storytellers or listen to tales and music from Cally Noel.

    MEDIEVAL MAN AT ARMS

    Tuesdays 10am to 4pm

    Master Gary, man at arms in the garrison, as he goes about his duties here at the King’s Castle in Gorey.   Find out about his daily duties and the equipment he must look after to ensure the King’s enemies are kept at a distance.

  • Major-General James D’auvergne And The Building Of The Prince`s Tower
    10:00 am-4:00 pm
    2019.07.16-2019.09.24

    MAJOR-GENERAL JAMES D’AUVERGNE AND THE BUILDING OF THE PRINCE’S TOWER

    Tuesdays 10am to 4pm

    In 1759 Major-General James D’Auvergne, former equerry to Prince George, bought La Hougue Bie and in 1792 he gave it to his nephew Philippe D’Auvergne, who had already started building his ‘Prince’s Tower’. Hear stories about one of the most outstanding and distinctive structures ever built in Jersey accompanied by music of the time by Cally Noel.

  • Living With The Enemy – Tom Bunting
    10:30 am-12:45 pm
    2019.07.16-2019.10.29

    A guided walk about life during the German Occupation.

    A linear walk every Tuesday, from May 7th until October 29th 2019

    Leaving the Gunsite Café, Beaumont, in St Aubin’s bay at 10:30, arriving at the Jersey War Tunnels about 12:45.

    Take a stroll through beautiful St Peter’s Valley as you delve into life in Jersey when it was occupied in World War II. What was life like for everyday people? What did they eat? How did they know what was going on in the outside world? The walk takes you along past occupation relics on country lanes up to the high woodland area of Les Gellettes which had lain undisturbed for 60 years – until Channel Four’s Time Team came to excavate in the spring of 2010.  You will see the original trenches and gun emplacements built by the occupying forces and hear all about the excavations, before finally ending up at the famous Jersey War Tunnels.

    No need to book, just turn up!

    Adults £10.00

    For further information, please contact Blue Badge Guide Tom Bunting on 07797780868 or email tom.bunting@localdial.com

  • An Elizabethan Adventure – Uncovering Elizabeth Castle with Tracey Radford
    10:45 am-12:00 pm
    2019.07.16

    Join Blue Badge Guide Tracey Radford on a journey of discovery around Elizabeth Castle. Peel back the layers of Jersey’s history, climb battlements dating back to the 1590s, explore the turrets and bunkers and visit the Hermitage where St Helier, the Patron Saint of our Town is thought to have lived around 550 A.D.

    Built on a rocky islet in St Aubin’s Bay, Elizabeth Castle has defended Jersey for more than 300 years.  With Tracey discover the original site of the Abbey of St Helier, and visit the Governor’s House, once temporary home to important historical figures such as Sir Walter Raleigh and Charles II of England.

    Take an entertaining trip through the Castle’s long and varied history. Discover just how significant our small Island was in important historical events, through the days of the Empire, Civil War and the World Wars of the 20th Century.  Enjoy stories of battles, and their heroes.   Explore occupation bunkers, Tudor stairways, and a Georgian Parade Ground, there is so much to see and admire. History, legends, and amazing views – this is a tour to be savoured.

    As part of the Jersey Heritage attractions, Elizabeth Castle is accessible at low tide by foot, or, at both low and high tide, the Castle Ferry, which will transport you across the bay to and from the Castle. Elizabeth Castle is the perfect place to spend a day exploring Jersey’s history.

    The cost of Tracey’s tour is included in your castle admission.

    Tour begins at 10.45 until 12 noon every Tuesday morning.

    Tickets can be obtained at the Castle Ferry Kiosk, Les Jardins de la Mer, West Park, St Helier, JE3 3NU

    For more information you can contact Tracey on 07797 740664 or call the Castle Ferry Kiosk on +44 (0)1534 634048

  • Uncovering the hidden treasures of St Helier
    4:00 pm-5:15 pm
    2019.07.16

    Meet at the Jersey Cows in West’s Centre, St Helier, to enjoy a mysterious meander through Victorian St Helier, to admire the architecture, and hear tales of town life through the Centuries.   Find out where the streets really are “paved” with gold, have a photograph with a Royal, discover a Penfold Post Box, find evidence of the musket shots from the Battle of Jersey, and uncover the secret hidden within the paving of our Place du Marché. There is so much to discover, so join Kary and allow her to reveal our town’s hidden treasures.

    The Town Walk takes place every Tuesday and Thursday afternoon at 4  p.m.from West’s Centre.  Booking in advance is required.

    Telephone Kary on 07797 741176

  • THE JADC PRESENTS ‘WEST SIDE STORY’
    7:30 pm-9:30 pm
    2019.07.16-2019.07.20

    THE JADC PRESENTS ‘WEST SIDE STORY’THU 11 – SAT 20 JULY, 7.30PM.

    5PM ON SUNDAY PLUS A 2.30PM SHOW ON SATURDAYTICKETS: £27

    CONCESSIONS: £25

    FAMILY TICKET £90 (2 ADULTS & 2 CHILDREN) AVAILABLE BY PHONING THE BOX OFFICE ON (01534) 511115

    “a compelling and timeless telling of an age old story – a landmark of musical history”

    Collette Labey, Director, Jersey Amateur Dramatic Club

    West Side Story is one of the most memorable musicals and greatest love stories of all time. Set to evocative and powerful music by Leonard Bernstein, with lyrics by Stephen Sondheim, the show features iconic choreography. Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet is transported to modern-day New York City as two young, idealistic lovers find themselves caught between warring street gangs, the “American” Jets and the Puerto Rican Sharks. Their struggle to survive in a world of hate, violence and prejudice is one of the most innovative, heart-wrenching and relevant musical dramas of our time.

    Based on a conception of Jerome Robbins. Book by Arthur Laurents. Music by Leonard Bernstein. Lyrics by Stephen Sondheim. Entire Original Production Directed and Choreographed by Jerome Robbins. Originally produced on Broadway by Robert E. Griffith and Harold S Prince. By Arrangement with Roger L Stevens. This amateur production is presented by arrangement with Music Theatre International (Europe).  All authorised performance materials are also supplied by MTI Europe.

  • More events
    • Jersey Women's Suffragettes Exhibition
      All day
      2019.07.16-2019.07.20

      The Jersey Women’s Suffragettes Exhibition will be in situ at the Old Magistrate’s Court on Seale Street from Tuesday 9th to Saturday 20th July. All welcome to pop in and wander around.

      More information available by emailing daphne.east@posh.gov.je or telephoning 811813.

      [Picture above shows Emmeline Pankhurst leaving Bow Street, London, after being bailed on a conspiracy charge in 1912.]

    • LIVING HISTORY AT MONT ORGUEIL CASTLE
      10:00 am-4:00 pm
      2019.07.16-2019.09.27

      Please check listing to ensure that Living History is on today. History comes to life at the castle with something different to see almost every day, meet the Medieval man at arms, hear the storytellers or listen to tales and music from Cally Noel.

      MEDIEVAL MAN AT ARMS

      Tuesdays 10am to 4pm

      Master Gary, man at arms in the garrison, as he goes about his duties here at the King’s Castle in Gorey.   Find out about his daily duties and the equipment he must look after to ensure the King’s enemies are kept at a distance.

    • Major-General James D'auvergne And The Building Of The Prince`s Tower
      10:00 am-4:00 pm
      2019.07.16-2019.09.24

      MAJOR-GENERAL JAMES D’AUVERGNE AND THE BUILDING OF THE PRINCE’S TOWER

      Tuesdays 10am to 4pm

      In 1759 Major-General James D’Auvergne, former equerry to Prince George, bought La Hougue Bie and in 1792 he gave it to his nephew Philippe D’Auvergne, who had already started building his ‘Prince’s Tower’. Hear stories about one of the most outstanding and distinctive structures ever built in Jersey accompanied by music of the time by Cally Noel.

    • Living With The Enemy – Tom Bunting
      10:30 am-12:45 pm
      2019.07.16-2019.10.29

      A guided walk about life during the German Occupation.

      A linear walk every Tuesday, from May 7th until October 29th 2019

      Leaving the Gunsite Café, Beaumont, in St Aubin’s bay at 10:30, arriving at the Jersey War Tunnels about 12:45.

      Take a stroll through beautiful St Peter’s Valley as you delve into life in Jersey when it was occupied in World War II. What was life like for everyday people? What did they eat? How did they know what was going on in the outside world? The walk takes you along past occupation relics on country lanes up to the high woodland area of Les Gellettes which had lain undisturbed for 60 years – until Channel Four’s Time Team came to excavate in the spring of 2010.  You will see the original trenches and gun emplacements built by the occupying forces and hear all about the excavations, before finally ending up at the famous Jersey War Tunnels.

      No need to book, just turn up!

      Adults £10.00

      For further information, please contact Blue Badge Guide Tom Bunting on 07797780868 or email tom.bunting@localdial.com

    • An Elizabethan Adventure – Uncovering Elizabeth Castle with Tracey Radford
      10:45 am-12:00 pm
      2019.07.16

      Join Blue Badge Guide Tracey Radford on a journey of discovery around Elizabeth Castle. Peel back the layers of Jersey’s history, climb battlements dating back to the 1590s, explore the turrets and bunkers and visit the Hermitage where St Helier, the Patron Saint of our Town is thought to have lived around 550 A.D.

      Built on a rocky islet in St Aubin’s Bay, Elizabeth Castle has defended Jersey for more than 300 years.  With Tracey discover the original site of the Abbey of St Helier, and visit the Governor’s House, once temporary home to important historical figures such as Sir Walter Raleigh and Charles II of England.

      Take an entertaining trip through the Castle’s long and varied history. Discover just how significant our small Island was in important historical events, through the days of the Empire, Civil War and the World Wars of the 20th Century.  Enjoy stories of battles, and their heroes.   Explore occupation bunkers, Tudor stairways, and a Georgian Parade Ground, there is so much to see and admire. History, legends, and amazing views – this is a tour to be savoured.

      As part of the Jersey Heritage attractions, Elizabeth Castle is accessible at low tide by foot, or, at both low and high tide, the Castle Ferry, which will transport you across the bay to and from the Castle. Elizabeth Castle is the perfect place to spend a day exploring Jersey’s history.

      The cost of Tracey’s tour is included in your castle admission.

      Tour begins at 10.45 until 12 noon every Tuesday morning.

      Tickets can be obtained at the Castle Ferry Kiosk, Les Jardins de la Mer, West Park, St Helier, JE3 3NU

      For more information you can contact Tracey on 07797 740664 or call the Castle Ferry Kiosk on +44 (0)1534 634048

    • Uncovering the hidden treasures of St Helier
      4:00 pm-5:15 pm
      2019.07.16

      Meet at the Jersey Cows in West’s Centre, St Helier, to enjoy a mysterious meander through Victorian St Helier, to admire the architecture, and hear tales of town life through the Centuries.   Find out where the streets really are “paved” with gold, have a photograph with a Royal, discover a Penfold Post Box, find evidence of the musket shots from the Battle of Jersey, and uncover the secret hidden within the paving of our Place du Marché. There is so much to discover, so join Kary and allow her to reveal our town’s hidden treasures.

      The Town Walk takes place every Tuesday and Thursday afternoon at 4  p.m.from West’s Centre.  Booking in advance is required.

      Telephone Kary on 07797 741176

    • THE JADC PRESENTS ‘WEST SIDE STORY’
      7:30 pm-9:30 pm
      2019.07.16-2019.07.20
      THE JADC PRESENTS ‘WEST SIDE STORY’THU 11 – SAT 20 JULY, 7.30PM.

      5PM ON SUNDAY PLUS A 2.30PM SHOW ON SATURDAYTICKETS: £27

      CONCESSIONS: £25

      FAMILY TICKET £90 (2 ADULTS & 2 CHILDREN) AVAILABLE BY PHONING THE BOX OFFICE ON (01534) 511115

      “a compelling and timeless telling of an age old story – a landmark of musical history”

      Collette Labey, Director, Jersey Amateur Dramatic Club

      West Side Story is one of the most memorable musicals and greatest love stories of all time. Set to evocative and powerful music by Leonard Bernstein, with lyrics by Stephen Sondheim, the show features iconic choreography. Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet is transported to modern-day New York City as two young, idealistic lovers find themselves caught between warring street gangs, the “American” Jets and the Puerto Rican Sharks. Their struggle to survive in a world of hate, violence and prejudice is one of the most innovative, heart-wrenching and relevant musical dramas of our time.

      Based on a conception of Jerome Robbins. Book by Arthur Laurents. Music by Leonard Bernstein. Lyrics by Stephen Sondheim. Entire Original Production Directed and Choreographed by Jerome Robbins. Originally produced on Broadway by Robert E. Griffith and Harold S Prince. By Arrangement with Roger L Stevens. This amateur production is presented by arrangement with Music Theatre International (Europe).  All authorised performance materials are also supplied by MTI Europe.

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  • British Hill Climb Round 19&20 Bouley Bay
    9:00 am-5:00 pm
    2019.07.17

    Rounds 19 & 20 of the British Hill Climb Championship take place at Bouley Bay, Jersey

  • HANDMADE JERSEY – A WORK IN PROGRESS
    10:00 am-5:00 pm
    2019.07.17-2019.12.30

    This exhibition shines a light on the talents of Jersey’s amateur artists and craftspeople, and with our ‘Make Space’ visitors will have an opportunity to create something themselves.

    This exhibition shines a light on the talents of Jersey’s amateur artists and craftspeople, and with our ‘Make Space’ visitors will have an opportunity to create something themselves.

    This exhibition displays both historical and contemporary art and craft, ranging from a Neolithic pot and 18th century samplers, to a huge Cosplay costume made out of recycled materials. Some of the exhibits are from the Jersey Heritage collections and have never been on display, and some have been lent by Islanders.

    There is also a ‘Make Space’, sponsored by the Association of Jersey Charities and Channel Islands Lottery, where visitors to the exhibition can try their hand at various craft activities.

    From a knitted Battle of Jersey to an Occupation costume made out of tins, Handmade Jersey explores humanity’s instinct to create. The exhibition also explores the relationship people have with materials, in particular those that are found in Jersey, such as shells and harestail, as well as things that can be found and reused

    Any groups or schools interested in using the ‘Make Space’ during the exhibition, either as a one-off or regularly, can contact handmade@jerseyheritage.org to book a date and time.  Please be aware that on this occasion JH will share your information with a third party for the purposes of making bookings. Your data will be deleted by the third party within 14 days of the craft session being completed.

    Normal entry fee applies, Jersey Heritage Members go free.

  • LIVING HISTORY AT MONT ORGUEIL CASTLE
    10:00 am-4:00 pm
    2019.07.17-2019.09.27

    Please check listing to ensure that Living History is on today. History comes to life at the castle with something different to see almost every day, meet the Medieval man at arms, hear the storytellers or listen to tales and music from Cally Noel.

    Living History at Mont Orgueil starts on 1 May until 27 September.

    Please note that dates and times may change at short notice please check with the castle in advance if you wish to see a particular performance.

    Normal admission prices apply.  Jersey Heritage members go free.

    1591 – SIR JOHN NORRIS PAID A VISIT TO MONT ORGUEIL CASTLE

    Wednesdays 10am to 4pm

    Sir John Norris, the most acclaimed British soldier of his day paid a visit to Mont Orgueil Castle to see his sister Lady Catherine Paulet and her husband Sir Anthony Paulet, Governor of Jersey. He reported that ‘ the castle was of little strength, as for the Islanders themselves, they were a fearful people who took alarm at every ship they saw and who would run out of the island if they had a back door’. Hear tales and intrigue of who the Jersey Islanders feared accompanied with Tudor music by Cally Noel.

  • Myths, Mysteries and Medieval Marvels of St Clement
    10:30 am-12:30 pm
    2019.07.17

    Enjoy a light-hearted adventure through the lanes and footpaths of St Clement to uncover the stories behind our imposing Jersey Round Towers, find an ancient follie and visit a remarkable 6000 year old tomb.

    Also discover a lost railway bridge and follow along the erstwhile track of the old Jersey Eastern Railway, past two station houses which still exist today.

    Hear of also mariner’s mysteries, seafaring stories and discover a hidden lighthouse and medieval pathways.

    Beginning at Le Hocq, St Clement this circular walk explores the coastline for a short distance before heading inland along forgotten pathways, admiring spectacular sweeping sea views from ancient hilltop monuments.

    Toilet facilities and refreshments available at the beginning and end of route.

    Booking Essential

    Please call Kary Day (07797 741176)

    or e-mail kary@jerseyuncovered.com

    Liberty Bus Route 1

  • Cold War Bunker Tours
    6:00 pm-8:00 pm
    2019.07.17

    For the very first time, Jersey Heritage is offering public access to Jersey’s Cold War Bunker through a series of pre-bookable tours led by expert guides who worked at the Bunker during the Cold War period.

    The Cold War Bunker is a fascinating site at Springfield that demonstrates how the Island’s authorities planned to react in the event of a nuclear war. Essential personnel would be evacuated to this Second World War German communications bunker which had been transformed into a Cold War nuclear fallout bunker, equipped with blast-proof doors, emergency rations, protective clothing and radiation equipment.

    Access to the Bunker is limited and tours must be pre-booked HERE

    Cost £5 per person.  £3 for Jersey Heritage Members, Patrons and Benefactors. Children must be aged 12 or over.

    DATES

    Tours last 45 mins and will be held on the hour on the following dates:

    Sunday 16 June – between 10am and 2pm   SOLD OUT

    Saturday 22 June – between 10am and 2pm  Some Jersey Heritage Member spaces left for noon tour

    Wednesday 26 June – between 6pm and 8pm SOLD OUT

    Sunday 14 July – between 10am and 2pm

    Wednesday 17 July – between 6pm and 8pm

    Saturday 20 July – between 10am and 2pm

  • More events
    • British Hill Climb Round 19&20 Bouley Bay
      9:00 am-5:00 pm
      2019.07.17

      Rounds 19 & 20 of the British Hill Climb Championship take place at Bouley Bay, Jersey

    • HANDMADE JERSEY – A WORK IN PROGRESS
      10:00 am-5:00 pm
      2019.07.17-2019.12.30

      This exhibition shines a light on the talents of Jersey’s amateur artists and craftspeople, and with our ‘Make Space’ visitors will have an opportunity to create something themselves.

      This exhibition shines a light on the talents of Jersey’s amateur artists and craftspeople, and with our ‘Make Space’ visitors will have an opportunity to create something themselves.

      This exhibition displays both historical and contemporary art and craft, ranging from a Neolithic pot and 18th century samplers, to a huge Cosplay costume made out of recycled materials. Some of the exhibits are from the Jersey Heritage collections and have never been on display, and some have been lent by Islanders.

      There is also a ‘Make Space’, sponsored by the Association of Jersey Charities and Channel Islands Lottery, where visitors to the exhibition can try their hand at various craft activities.

      From a knitted Battle of Jersey to an Occupation costume made out of tins, Handmade Jersey explores humanity’s instinct to create. The exhibition also explores the relationship people have with materials, in particular those that are found in Jersey, such as shells and harestail, as well as things that can be found and reused

      Any groups or schools interested in using the ‘Make Space’ during the exhibition, either as a one-off or regularly, can contact handmade@jerseyheritage.org to book a date and time.  Please be aware that on this occasion JH will share your information with a third party for the purposes of making bookings. Your data will be deleted by the third party within 14 days of the craft session being completed.

      Normal entry fee applies, Jersey Heritage Members go free.

    • LIVING HISTORY AT MONT ORGUEIL CASTLE
      10:00 am-4:00 pm
      2019.07.17-2019.09.27

      Please check listing to ensure that Living History is on today. History comes to life at the castle with something different to see almost every day, meet the Medieval man at arms, hear the storytellers or listen to tales and music from Cally Noel.

      Living History at Mont Orgueil starts on 1 May until 27 September.

      Please note that dates and times may change at short notice please check with the castle in advance if you wish to see a particular performance.

      Normal admission prices apply.  Jersey Heritage members go free.

      1591 – SIR JOHN NORRIS PAID A VISIT TO MONT ORGUEIL CASTLE

      Wednesdays 10am to 4pm

      Sir John Norris, the most acclaimed British soldier of his day paid a visit to Mont Orgueil Castle to see his sister Lady Catherine Paulet and her husband Sir Anthony Paulet, Governor of Jersey. He reported that ‘ the castle was of little strength, as for the Islanders themselves, they were a fearful people who took alarm at every ship they saw and who would run out of the island if they had a back door’. Hear tales and intrigue of who the Jersey Islanders feared accompanied with Tudor music by Cally Noel.

    • Myths, Mysteries and Medieval Marvels of St Clement
      10:30 am-12:30 pm
      2019.07.17

      Enjoy a light-hearted adventure through the lanes and footpaths of St Clement to uncover the stories behind our imposing Jersey Round Towers, find an ancient follie and visit a remarkable 6000 year old tomb.

      Also discover a lost railway bridge and follow along the erstwhile track of the old Jersey Eastern Railway, past two station houses which still exist today.

      Hear of also mariner’s mysteries, seafaring stories and discover a hidden lighthouse and medieval pathways.

      Beginning at Le Hocq, St Clement this circular walk explores the coastline for a short distance before heading inland along forgotten pathways, admiring spectacular sweeping sea views from ancient hilltop monuments.

      Toilet facilities and refreshments available at the beginning and end of route.

      Booking Essential

      Please call Kary Day (07797 741176)

      or e-mail kary@jerseyuncovered.com

      Liberty Bus Route 1

    • Cold War Bunker Tours
      6:00 pm-8:00 pm
      2019.07.17

      For the very first time, Jersey Heritage is offering public access to Jersey’s Cold War Bunker through a series of pre-bookable tours led by expert guides who worked at the Bunker during the Cold War period.

      The Cold War Bunker is a fascinating site at Springfield that demonstrates how the Island’s authorities planned to react in the event of a nuclear war. Essential personnel would be evacuated to this Second World War German communications bunker which had been transformed into a Cold War nuclear fallout bunker, equipped with blast-proof doors, emergency rations, protective clothing and radiation equipment.

      Access to the Bunker is limited and tours must be pre-booked HERE

      Cost £5 per person.  £3 for Jersey Heritage Members, Patrons and Benefactors. Children must be aged 12 or over.

      DATES

      Tours last 45 mins and will be held on the hour on the following dates:

      Sunday 16 June – between 10am and 2pm   SOLD OUT

      Saturday 22 June – between 10am and 2pm  Some Jersey Heritage Member spaces left for noon tour

      Wednesday 26 June – between 6pm and 8pm SOLD OUT

      Sunday 14 July – between 10am and 2pm

      Wednesday 17 July – between 6pm and 8pm

      Saturday 20 July – between 10am and 2pm

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  • Preloved to Reloved Pop up Shop
    All day
    2019.07.20-2019.07.28

    We are excited to announce that we will be hosting a pop up shop in Liberty Wharf to raise valuable funds for the Hospice

    Open from Saturday 20th July to Sunday 28th July, we will have lots of fabulous brands of new and nearly new clothes, accessories and more! See you there!

    The stock will be our designer label donations. and we will be in a unit – diagonally opposite Costa Coffee.

  • Genuine Jersey Market – St Aubin
    9:00 am-3:00 pm
    2019.07.20

    The Genuine Jersey Products Association champions and supports local producers and their island-wide products. From the iconic New Jersey Royal potatoes, Genuine Jersey Ice-Cream to local delicacies such as Black Butter and Jersey Wonders are just some of the fantastic selection of world renowned Jersey items.

    For such a small community, the island boasts a huge diversity and variety of skilled crafts and artists who regularly display their excellent handmade products around the island at Genuine Jersey Farm & Craft Markets, Galleries, Studios, Heritage Sites, Farm Shops and Nurseries. So if you are looking for something unique and want to enjoy the best of what Jersey has to offer–then these are the places to go and see for yourself. Just look out for the Genuine Jersey hallmark – the guarantee of local provenance!

    Sponsored by ‘Islands’ the island’s leading insurer

  • St Brelade Social Club Car Boot Sale
    9:00 am-1:00 pm
    2019.07.20

    We are opening our doors for the 2019 season on Saturday May 18th, and then every Saturday thereafter until at least the end of September!

    The car boot is from 9am – 1pm, with set up from 08:30am.

    No booking required, just turn up.

    Pitches will be £10 each, with a limited amount of tables and rails to hire for £1 each on a first come first serve basis.

    Hope to see you there!

    Map

     

  • Camo & Krooked (Exclusive Jersey Summer Performance)
    10:00 am-2:00 pm
    2019.07.20

    Early Bird Tickets Selling Fast

    https://camokrookedjersey.eventbrite.co.uk

    Pro skateboarders turned award winning producers, Austrian duo Camo & Krooked are an unstoppable force across every genre worth knowing. Establishing their original high octane fusion on Mainframe Records, they were quickly snapped up by London’s Hospital Records where they continue to flourish. Now four albums deep, the duo have proven themselves in full-throttle D&B, brain-bursting dubstep and, more recently, slick and sassy disco. With a tag-team DJ technique that’s as stunning as their production power, these guys offer the full dancefloor experience.

  • Cold War Bunker Tours
    10:00 am-2:00 pm
    2019.07.20

    For the very first time, Jersey Heritage is offering public access to Jersey’s Cold War Bunker through a series of pre-bookable tours led by expert guides who worked at the Bunker during the Cold War period.

    The Cold War Bunker is a fascinating site at Springfield that demonstrates how the Island’s authorities planned to react in the event of a nuclear war. Essential personnel would be evacuated to this Second World War German communications bunker which had been transformed into a Cold War nuclear fallout bunker, equipped with blast-proof doors, emergency rations, protective clothing and radiation equipment.

    Access to the Bunker is limited and tours must be pre-booked HERE

    Cost £5 per person.  £3 for Jersey Heritage Members, Patrons and Benefactors. Children must be aged 12 or over.

    DATES

    Tours last 45 mins and will be held on the hour on the following dates:

    Sunday 16 June – between 10am and 2pm   SOLD OUT

    Saturday 22 June – between 10am and 2pm  Some Jersey Heritage Member spaces left for noon tour

    Wednesday 26 June – between 6pm and 8pm SOLD OUT

    Sunday 14 July – between 10am and 2pm

    Wednesday 17 July – between 6pm and 8pm

    Saturday 20 July – between 10am and 2pm

  • WHAT’S HER STREET’S STORY?
    10:00 am-11:00 am
    2019.07.20

    In 1919 women in Jersey were given the vote. On this 100th anniversary of Women’s Suffrage find out about some of the iconic women who have lived in the Island and the stories of their communities in a series of free talks at Jersey Archive.

    All talks are free to everyone, but to avoid disappointment book your place by calling 833300 or email archives@jerseyheritage.org

    All talks start at 10am and the archive is open for your own research from 9am to 1pm.

  • Durrell Wildlife Association Arty Ark
    10:30 am-12:00 pm
    2019.07.20

    Bring your little ones to the zoo for a variety of arty activities! Art workshops run by local artists and the education team will take place at set times throughout the week. Take in the zoo views and get creative – sketch an animal, paint a landscape or even take a selfie! Workshop details will be available at www.durrell.org/events Free for members | Normal admissions apply for non-members | Family-friendly

  • Make Space At Jersey Museum
    11:00 am-4:00 pm
    2019.07.20

    Come to the Make Space a learn a new skill or craft. All the events are free to attend (normal entry fee applies).

    INSTRUMENT MAKING

    18 and 19 July 11am to 3pm

    20 July 11am to 4pm

    22 to 26 July 11am to 3pm

    27 July 11am to 4pm

    Get involved in Wild Garden Utopia’s Japanese Knotweed Orchestra project. Learn how to make simple instruments using local plants and experiment with compositions. The Wild Garden Utopia project is presented in collaboration with The morning boat and supported by ArtHouse Jersey and the One Foundation.

  • Reasons Festival
    12:00 pm-10:30 pm
    2019.07.20

    Reasons Festival promises to bring the biggest line-up yet this year. With stages dedicated to genres in the beautiful surroundings of Coronation Park, Reasons has an eclectic list of acts for a weekend of some of the most exciting live artists, having previously hosted huge names such as Goldie, DJ Marky, Roni Size, as well as Sasha, who defined the superstar DJ era.

    *****

    When: Saturday 20th July

    Where: Coronation Park

    Time: 12 noon to 10.30pm

    https://www.ticketarena.co.uk/events/Reasons-Festiv-4

  • Champagne Party
    1:00 pm-7:00 pm
    2019.07.20

    Kick start your summer with our first ever Moët Ice party at L’Horizon Beach Hotel & Spa on Saturday 1st June. Future dates included below.

    This Moët themed event will be held in the glorious surroundings of our Lower Terrace. Gather your friends to soak up the sun with stunning views of St Brelade’s Bay and enjoy live acoustic performances as well as a special guest DJ.

    Join us on Saturday 1st June, Saturday 20th July, Saturday 24th August and Sunday 25th August.

    From 1pm – 7pm. Tickets are available for £15 per person which includes a glass of Moët Ice Champagne on arrival. Join us for a stylish summer event. Book now by enquiring above or phone us on 01534 743101.

  • St Lawrence Country Walk
    2:30 pm-4:30 pm
    2019.07.20

    Join your guide Sue Hardy on a walk around the verdant parish of St Lawrence. The route will go past Morel Farm where we will stop and visit, the abreuvoir in La Rue de la Fontaine St Martin and Le Rat cottage. Enjo walking along beautiful green lanes and footpaths in this stunning parish. Meeting point is the gate at the parish church.

    Kindly supported by the Condor Community Fund 2019

    We offer substantially reduced rates for Members. Membership starts from £30 for an adult and £15 for a child p.a.If you would like to become a member click HERE

  • Northern Soul Night
    8:00 pm-11:00 pm
    2019.07.20

    Northern Soul & Motown Night

    An amazing night of awesome Northern Soul & Motown as the Soleil Soul Club head out West.

    DJ Rex playing from 8pm – 11pm

    Spread The Talc, Dance The Soul, Keep The Faith

  • Alegria – Latin & Spanish Guitar Band
    8:00 pm-10:00 pm
    2019.07.20

    Alegria is an exciting latin band – They give this irresistible music a contemporary edge, bringing to the audience a truly sensational and authentic music experience.
    Singer Adria Godfrey loves taking the audience back to her Latin musical roots.

    Two course menu available
    Please Book Now – T.727521 or book online

    www.resdiary.com/Restaurant/SavoyJersey

  • Foolish Things at Marina Metro
    8:30 pm-11:00 pm
    2019.07.20

    Music, Dancing, Fine Food, Great Scenery – warm atmosphere. Marina Metro Hotel – Look forward to seeing you.

    http://www.vibrantjersey.je/destination/musicians/foolish-things/

  • More events
    • Preloved to Reloved Pop up Shop
      All day
      2019.07.20-2019.07.28

      We are excited to announce that we will be hosting a pop up shop in Liberty Wharf to raise valuable funds for the Hospice

      Open from Saturday 20th July to Sunday 28th July, we will have lots of fabulous brands of new and nearly new clothes, accessories and more! See you there!

      The stock will be our designer label donations. and we will be in a unit – diagonally opposite Costa Coffee.

    • Genuine Jersey Market - St Aubin
      9:00 am-3:00 pm
      2019.07.20

      The Genuine Jersey Products Association champions and supports local producers and their island-wide products. From the iconic New Jersey Royal potatoes, Genuine Jersey Ice-Cream to local delicacies such as Black Butter and Jersey Wonders are just some of the fantastic selection of world renowned Jersey items.

      For such a small community, the island boasts a huge diversity and variety of skilled crafts and artists who regularly display their excellent handmade products around the island at Genuine Jersey Farm & Craft Markets, Galleries, Studios, Heritage Sites, Farm Shops and Nurseries. So if you are looking for something unique and want to enjoy the best of what Jersey has to offer–then these are the places to go and see for yourself. Just look out for the Genuine Jersey hallmark – the guarantee of local provenance!

      Sponsored by ‘Islands’ the island’s leading insurer

    • St Brelade Social Club Car Boot Sale
      9:00 am-1:00 pm
      2019.07.20

      We are opening our doors for the 2019 season on Saturday May 18th, and then every Saturday thereafter until at least the end of September!

      The car boot is from 9am – 1pm, with set up from 08:30am.

      No booking required, just turn up.

      Pitches will be £10 each, with a limited amount of tables and rails to hire for £1 each on a first come first serve basis.

      Hope to see you there!

      Map

       

    • Camo & Krooked (Exclusive Jersey Summer Performance)
      10:00 am-2:00 pm
      2019.07.20

      Early Bird Tickets Selling Fast

      https://camokrookedjersey.eventbrite.co.uk

      Pro skateboarders turned award winning producers, Austrian duo Camo & Krooked are an unstoppable force across every genre worth knowing. Establishing their original high octane fusion on Mainframe Records, they were quickly snapped up by London’s Hospital Records where they continue to flourish. Now four albums deep, the duo have proven themselves in full-throttle D&B, brain-bursting dubstep and, more recently, slick and sassy disco. With a tag-team DJ technique that’s as stunning as their production power, these guys offer the full dancefloor experience.

    • Cold War Bunker Tours
      10:00 am-2:00 pm
      2019.07.20

      For the very first time, Jersey Heritage is offering public access to Jersey’s Cold War Bunker through a series of pre-bookable tours led by expert guides who worked at the Bunker during the Cold War period.

      The Cold War Bunker is a fascinating site at Springfield that demonstrates how the Island’s authorities planned to react in the event of a nuclear war. Essential personnel would be evacuated to this Second World War German communications bunker which had been transformed into a Cold War nuclear fallout bunker, equipped with blast-proof doors, emergency rations, protective clothing and radiation equipment.

      Access to the Bunker is limited and tours must be pre-booked HERE

      Cost £5 per person.  £3 for Jersey Heritage Members, Patrons and Benefactors. Children must be aged 12 or over.

      DATES

      Tours last 45 mins and will be held on the hour on the following dates:

      Sunday 16 June – between 10am and 2pm   SOLD OUT

      Saturday 22 June – between 10am and 2pm  Some Jersey Heritage Member spaces left for noon tour

      Wednesday 26 June – between 6pm and 8pm SOLD OUT

      Sunday 14 July – between 10am and 2pm

      Wednesday 17 July – between 6pm and 8pm

      Saturday 20 July – between 10am and 2pm

    • WHAT'S HER STREET'S STORY?
      10:00 am-11:00 am
      2019.07.20

      In 1919 women in Jersey were given the vote. On this 100th anniversary of Women’s Suffrage find out about some of the iconic women who have lived in the Island and the stories of their communities in a series of free talks at Jersey Archive.

      All talks are free to everyone, but to avoid disappointment book your place by calling 833300 or email archives@jerseyheritage.org

      All talks start at 10am and the archive is open for your own research from 9am to 1pm.

    • Durrell Wildlife Association Arty Ark
      10:30 am-12:00 pm
      2019.07.20

      Bring your little ones to the zoo for a variety of arty activities! Art workshops run by local artists and the education team will take place at set times throughout the week. Take in the zoo views and get creative – sketch an animal, paint a landscape or even take a selfie! Workshop details will be available at www.durrell.org/events Free for members | Normal admissions apply for non-members | Family-friendly

    • Make Space At Jersey Museum
      11:00 am-4:00 pm
      2019.07.20

      Come to the Make Space a learn a new skill or craft. All the events are free to attend (normal entry fee applies).

      INSTRUMENT MAKING

      18 and 19 July 11am to 3pm

      20 July 11am to 4pm

      22 to 26 July 11am to 3pm

      27 July 11am to 4pm

      Get involved in Wild Garden Utopia’s Japanese Knotweed Orchestra project. Learn how to make simple instruments using local plants and experiment with compositions. The Wild Garden Utopia project is presented in collaboration with The morning boat and supported by ArtHouse Jersey and the One Foundation.

    • Reasons Festival
      12:00 pm-10:30 pm
      2019.07.20

      Reasons Festival promises to bring the biggest line-up yet this year. With stages dedicated to genres in the beautiful surroundings of Coronation Park, Reasons has an eclectic list of acts for a weekend of some of the most exciting live artists, having previously hosted huge names such as Goldie, DJ Marky, Roni Size, as well as Sasha, who defined the superstar DJ era.

      *****

      When: Saturday 20th July

      Where: Coronation Park

      Time: 12 noon to 10.30pm

      https://www.ticketarena.co.uk/events/Reasons-Festiv-4

    • Champagne Party
      1:00 pm-7:00 pm
      2019.07.20
      Kick start your summer with our first ever Moët Ice party at L’Horizon Beach Hotel & Spa on Saturday 1st June. Future dates included below.

      This Moët themed event will be held in the glorious surroundings of our Lower Terrace. Gather your friends to soak up the sun with stunning views of St Brelade’s Bay and enjoy live acoustic performances as well as a special guest DJ.

      Join us on Saturday 1st June, Saturday 20th July, Saturday 24th August and Sunday 25th August.

      From 1pm – 7pm. Tickets are available for £15 per person which includes a glass of Moët Ice Champagne on arrival. Join us for a stylish summer event. Book now by enquiring above or phone us on 01534 743101.

    • St Lawrence Country Walk
      2:30 pm-4:30 pm
      2019.07.20

      Join your guide Sue Hardy on a walk around the verdant parish of St Lawrence. The route will go past Morel Farm where we will stop and visit, the abreuvoir in La Rue de la Fontaine St Martin and Le Rat cottage. Enjo walking along beautiful green lanes and footpaths in this stunning parish. Meeting point is the gate at the parish church.

      Kindly supported by the Condor Community Fund 2019

      We offer substantially reduced rates for Members. Membership starts from £30 for an adult and £15 for a child p.a.If you would like to become a member click HERE

    • Northern Soul Night
      8:00 pm-11:00 pm
      2019.07.20

      Northern Soul & Motown Night

      An amazing night of awesome Northern Soul & Motown as the Soleil Soul Club head out West.

      DJ Rex playing from 8pm – 11pm

      Spread The Talc, Dance The Soul, Keep The Faith

    • Alegria - Latin & Spanish Guitar Band
      8:00 pm-10:00 pm
      2019.07.20

      Alegria is an exciting latin band – They give this irresistible music a contemporary edge, bringing to the audience a truly sensational and authentic music experience.
      Singer Adria Godfrey loves taking the audience back to her Latin musical roots.

      Two course menu available
      Please Book Now – T.727521 or book online

      www.resdiary.com/Restaurant/SavoyJersey

    • Foolish Things at Marina Metro
      8:30 pm-11:00 pm
      2019.07.20

      Music, Dancing, Fine Food, Great Scenery – warm atmosphere. Marina Metro Hotel – Look forward to seeing you.

      http://www.vibrantjersey.je/destination/musicians/foolish-things/

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  • Millbrook Car Boot Sale
    8:00 am-1:00 pm
    2019.07.21

    Running every Sunday at Millbrook Playing Fields from 8 till 1. No need to book, just turn up. £10 per pitch with a donation going to local charities.
  • Living History Elizabeth Castle – 1781 Jersey Militia
    10:00 am-4:00 pm
    2019.07.21

    1781 JERSEY MILITIA

    Sundays- 19 May, 23 June, 21 July, 18 August, 15 September- 10am to 4pm

    The Battle of Jersey occurred on 6 January 1781. A French Invasion force landed in the East at La Rocque and proceeded into St Helier capturing the Governor and threatening the population. Subsequently the Battle was fought in the Royal Square. The St Lawrence Battalion of the Militia fought alongside the British regiments  in the successful defeat of the French. Come and Join the 1781 Jersey Militia for a display of Artillery and Musketry at 11.00 and again at 2.15,  plus visit with their wives for an insight into Georgian life.

  • Wildflower Walk – St Peter’s Valley
    10:30 am-12:00 pm
    2019.07.21

    Join Tina Hull, local botanist, on a wildflower walk around the new footpaths in St Peter’s valley. Learn about the folklore, science, myth and magic of all the wonderful wildflowers you will see on this short stroll. 

    Kindly supported by the Condor Community Fund 2019

    We offer substantially reduced rates for Members. Membership starts from £30 for an adult and £15 for a child p.a.If you would like to become a member click HERE

  • Wildflower Walk – St Peter’s Valley
    10:30 am-12:00 pm
    2019.07.21

    Join Tina Hull, local botanist, on a wildflower walk around the new footpaths in St Peter’s valley. Learn about the folklore, science, myth and magic of all the wonderful wildflowers you will see on this short stroll. 

    Kindly supported by the Condor Community Fund 2019

    We offer substantially reduced rates for Members. Membership starts from £30 for an adult and £15 for a child p.a.If you would like to become a member click HERE

  • Open Garden – Le Coin
    2:00 pm-5:00 pm
    2019.07.21

    These beautiful gardens are well worth a visit. The garden comprises some 5 acres and is modelled on those of Monserrate in Portugal which was once part of the late Sir Francis Cook’s family estate.

    There will be a one way system for traffic so please look for the signs. There is plenty of free parking. Entrance is £4 a person, children under 12 are free.

    Cream teas will be served giving you more time to admire the beautiful planting.

    Please do come along and enjoy this stunning garden.

  • The Jersey Derby (Champions Day)
    2:30 pm-5:30 pm
    2019.07.21

    The second of our Championship days. The most prestigious race of the Channel Islands season, the Jersey Derby, is the feature race on this always popular late July card. Come and see the very best horses of the Channel Islands race for the most important prize of the year.

    First race at 2.30pm, site open from 12.00pm.

    Facilities.
    Why not bring a picnic ( weather permitting) and make the most of the summer sunshine. Benches are available on the viewing hill for all to use.

    Tables are available in the marquee, enjoy a fabulous three course lunch, with Tote facilities, bar, and TV screens to watch all the action. The table is yours for the entire afternoon, making a perfect base to return to between races.

    Entry fee – £15.00 to include FREE car parking, FREE race card and FREE entry to the viewing hill.
    Children under 16 – FREE
    Day members – £25.00 to include members parking, race card, entry to the viewing hill, and entry to the exclusive members marquee and bar.

    Coaches – for the afternoon meetings, there is a 12pm and 1pm service from Liberation Station, in St Helier. Return service is 5.30pm. For evening meetings, there will be a 5pm service with a 9.45pm return.
    All coaches depart from stand N at Liberation Station, cost £10 per person. This does not include entry to the course.
    Book via our website or Visit Jersey Bus Tours at 19 Esplanade, St Helier.

    This is a popular and busy meeting, book early to avoid disappointment. Email secretary@jerseyraceclub.com for any information you need.

    We look forward to seeing you there.

  • GLYNDENBOURNE: THE BARBER OF SEVILLE
    5:30 pm-7:30 pm
    2019.07.21

    ENCORE SCREENING

    Mischief and mayhem run riot in Rossini’s most popular comedy. Figaro, the renowned Barber of Seville, has a cunning that knows no bounds. His playful energy is brought to life in director Annabel Arden’s sparkling and springing production. This is also another chance to catch Danielle de Niese who plays the determined Rosina.

    ‘…a triumphant celebration of Rossini’s musical genius. ’ – The Independent

    ‘Danielle de Niese is a Rosina of irrepressible energy and sparkly,’ – Financial Times

    Tickets

    Full: 17.50

    Concessions: £15.50

    MEMBERS £3.50 OFF

    Performance Time: 5:30pm

  • Sunday’s with Jessica Chays at Roberto’s
    8:00 pm-10:00 pm
    2019.07.21

    Jersey’s very own ‘Songbird’ oozes class! She commands the stage in an outstanding and memorable manner that belies her years.

    http://www.vibrantjersey.je/destination/musicians/jessica-lloyd/

    Enjoy a relaxing Sunday session at Roberto’s Jazz Bar at the Savoy Hotel.

    Booking is not essential but recommended.

    book a table online https://www.resdiary.com/restaurant/savoyjersey

    or contact us: 727521

  • More events
    • Millbrook Car Boot Sale
      8:00 am-1:00 pm
      2019.07.21
      Running every Sunday at Millbrook Playing Fields from 8 till 1. No need to book, just turn up. £10 per pitch with a donation going to local charities.
    • Living History Elizabeth Castle - 1781 Jersey Militia
      10:00 am-4:00 pm
      2019.07.21

      1781 JERSEY MILITIA

      Sundays- 19 May, 23 June, 21 July, 18 August, 15 September- 10am to 4pm

      The Battle of Jersey occurred on 6 January 1781. A French Invasion force landed in the East at La Rocque and proceeded into St Helier capturing the Governor and threatening the population. Subsequently the Battle was fought in the Royal Square. The St Lawrence Battalion of the Militia fought alongside the British regiments  in the successful defeat of the French. Come and Join the 1781 Jersey Militia for a display of Artillery and Musketry at 11.00 and again at 2.15,  plus visit with their wives for an insight into Georgian life.

    • Wildflower Walk – St Peter’s Valley
      10:30 am-12:00 pm
      2019.07.21

      Join Tina Hull, local botanist, on a wildflower walk around the new footpaths in St Peter’s valley. Learn about the folklore, science, myth and magic of all the wonderful wildflowers you will see on this short stroll. 

      Kindly supported by the Condor Community Fund 2019

      We offer substantially reduced rates for Members. Membership starts from £30 for an adult and £15 for a child p.a.If you would like to become a member click HERE

    • Wildflower Walk – St Peter’s Valley
      10:30 am-12:00 pm
      2019.07.21

      Join Tina Hull, local botanist, on a wildflower walk around the new footpaths in St Peter’s valley. Learn about the folklore, science, myth and magic of all the wonderful wildflowers you will see on this short stroll. 

      Kindly supported by the Condor Community Fund 2019

      We offer substantially reduced rates for Members. Membership starts from £30 for an adult and £15 for a child p.a.If you would like to become a member click HERE

    • Open Garden - Le Coin
      2:00 pm-5:00 pm
      2019.07.21

      These beautiful gardens are well worth a visit. The garden comprises some 5 acres and is modelled on those of Monserrate in Portugal which was once part of the late Sir Francis Cook’s family estate.

      There will be a one way system for traffic so please look for the signs. There is plenty of free parking. Entrance is £4 a person, children under 12 are free.

      Cream teas will be served giving you more time to admire the beautiful planting.

      Please do come along and enjoy this stunning garden.

    • The Jersey Derby (Champions Day)
      2:30 pm-5:30 pm
      2019.07.21

      The second of our Championship days. The most prestigious race of the Channel Islands season, the Jersey Derby, is the feature race on this always popular late July card. Come and see the very best horses of the Channel Islands race for the most important prize of the year.

      First race at 2.30pm, site open from 12.00pm.

      Facilities.
      Why not bring a picnic ( weather permitting) and make the most of the summer sunshine. Benches are available on the viewing hill for all to use.

      Tables are available in the marquee, enjoy a fabulous three course lunch, with Tote facilities, bar, and TV screens to watch all the action. The table is yours for the entire afternoon, making a perfect base to return to between races.

      Entry fee – £15.00 to include FREE car parking, FREE race card and FREE entry to the viewing hill.
      Children under 16 – FREE
      Day members – £25.00 to include members parking, race card, entry to the viewing hill, and entry to the exclusive members marquee and bar.

      Coaches – for the afternoon meetings, there is a 12pm and 1pm service from Liberation Station, in St Helier. Return service is 5.30pm. For evening meetings, there will be a 5pm service with a 9.45pm return.
      All coaches depart from stand N at Liberation Station, cost £10 per person. This does not include entry to the course.
      Book via our website or Visit Jersey Bus Tours at 19 Esplanade, St Helier.

      This is a popular and busy meeting, book early to avoid disappointment. Email secretary@jerseyraceclub.com for any information you need.

      We look forward to seeing you there.

    • GLYNDENBOURNE: THE BARBER OF SEVILLE
      5:30 pm-7:30 pm
      2019.07.21

      ENCORE SCREENING

      Mischief and mayhem run riot in Rossini’s most popular comedy. Figaro, the renowned Barber of Seville, has a cunning that knows no bounds. His playful energy is brought to life in director Annabel Arden’s sparkling and springing production. This is also another chance to catch Danielle de Niese who plays the determined Rosina.

      ‘…a triumphant celebration of Rossini’s musical genius. ’ – The Independent

      ‘Danielle de Niese is a Rosina of irrepressible energy and sparkly,’ – Financial Times

      Tickets

      Full: 17.50

      Concessions: £15.50

      MEMBERS £3.50 OFF

      Performance Time: 5:30pm

    • Sunday's with Jessica Chays at Roberto's
      8:00 pm-10:00 pm
      2019.07.21

      Jersey’s very own ‘Songbird’ oozes class! She commands the stage in an outstanding and memorable manner that belies her years.

      http://www.vibrantjersey.je/destination/musicians/jessica-lloyd/

      Enjoy a relaxing Sunday session at Roberto’s Jazz Bar at the Savoy Hotel.

      Booking is not essential but recommended.

      book a table online https://www.resdiary.com/restaurant/savoyjersey

      or contact us: 727521

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  • Skateboarders – Danny Evans
    All day
    2019.07.22-2019.07.27

    A documentation of skateboarding culture in Jersey today.

    In stark contrast to typical skateboarding photography, these images form a catalogue of evidence into how skateboarding impacts the lives of the people that embrace it.

    Each image focuses on one aspect in detail: a face, clothing, footwear, a body part, scar or parts of skateboards. All superfluous information is removed to enable each subject the space to tell its own story.

  • Summer Holiday`s Theatre School
    8:30 am-5:00 pm
    2019.07.22-2019.07.26

    Summer holiday theatre school for children from 5 – 13yrs. Singing, Dancing, Acting, Drama Games, Improvisation, Arts and Crafts and a final show at the end of the week. Great childcare solution theatre style. Each week will be a different theme and show.

  • Children`s Workshops
    9:30 am-4:00 pm
    2019.07.22-2019.08.02

    Book soon to avoid disappointment!

    We can now announce the dates of our ever popular Summer Holiday Art and Craft Workshops with Christine Witham at The Harbour Gallery Jersey in St Aubin

    • Mornings: 9.30am – 12.00pm. Afternoons: 1.30pm – 4.00pm
    • Cost £16 per session, to include materials, a drink and biscuits
    • Workshops are suitable for children aged 5 to 11 years
    Lunch can be arranged with the café, or bring a packed lunch if you stay all day.

    Days are theme-based, offering children the freedom to realise their own ideas, and use a range of skills. Children staying all day have the choice of sticking to theme or working on something different in the afternoon. Small groups ensure that children receive lots of support and are offered creative challenges.

    1st week:
    Monday 22nd July – On the Beach – Make pictures or models of rockpools, seagulls, lighthouses, boats, castles, shells, pirates, fishes, anything about the beach.

    Wednesday 24th July – Magical Models – Mermaids to Harry Potter to Tinkerbelle, make models or pictures of your favourite magical people or animals.

    Friday 26th July – Using Watercolour – Learn some basic watercolour techniques to improve your technique and use them to paint something special.

    2nd week:
    Monday 29th July – Miniature Worlds – Make pictures or models of tiny people and animals, Thumbelina in her walnut shell, a palace for ants, a match-box bed, a tiny fairground or garden. Use your own ideas to create miniature worlds using lots of different materials, cardboard, boxes, plasticine, wire etc.

    Wednesday 31st July – Seaside Scrap Models – Bring in your own beach-combing finds, or use our selection of shells, driftwood, pebbles, plastic, etc. to make models.

    Friday 2nd August – Battle of Flowers – be inspired to design and make your own Battle of Flowers float, create a poster for the event or make a flower garland.

    To book, please email christinewitham14@gmail.com or call 07797 888916.

  • Living History At Elizabeth Castle – Canon Louis
    10:00 am-4:00 pm
    2019.07.22-2019.11.02

    CANON LOUIS

    Mondays – 10am to 4pm

    Canon Louis is a member of the Augustinian Order. He is one of 6 holy men scraping out an existence in the former glory of The Abbey of St Helier. You’ll meet him near the granite cross of the Hermitage Rock.

    The year is 1194 and the focus of the church has moved from Jersey to Normandy and in the process downgraded the Abbey to a Priory. Louis has a choice thing or two to say about that. But he hopes Archbishop Thomas Becket will soon reconcile with king Henry and the Priory will flourish once more…Meanwhile he sings the praises of the Lord, records his thoughts on parchment, keeps the relics clean and prays for a better tomorrow.

  • Meet the Goodwyf or Steward in the 17th century kitchen of Hamptonne House
    10:00 am-4:00 pm
    2019.07.22-2019.09.21

    MEET THE GOODWYF OR STEWARD IN THE 17TH CENTURY KITCHEN OF HAMPTONNE HOUSE

    Thursdays and Saturdays –  10am to 4pm

    From June – Monday to Friday – 10am to 4pm

    Meet the Goodwyf who looks after the house of her master, Monsieur Laurens Hamptonne in the year of 1649. She is very respectful of her employer, who is a well educated and important man, however this doesn’t prevent her from spreading the odd bit of gossip from the parish of St Lawrence! The Goodwyf will tell you all about Hamptonne’s royal connections and give you an insight into her day to day life, including cooking on the open fire, making soap and candles, and preparing herbal remedies and makeup.
    The Goodwyf shares her duties with William, the Steward, who will regale you with tales of the agricultural life of Jersey’s yesteryear.

  • Seigneur De Hambye`s Fief Around The 12th Century
    10:00 am-4:00 pm
    2019.07.22-2019.09.30

    SEIGNEUR DE HAMBYE’S FIEF AROUND THE 12TH CENTURY

    Mondays 10am to 4pm

    Hambye in Normandy was the ancestral home of the powerful Paynel family, one branch of which was led by the Seigneur de Hambye, who held land in Jersey. This piece of land referred to as a Fief was known as La Hougue Hambye. Hear intriguing stories about the Seigneur de Hambye accompanied with Medieval music by Cally Noel.

  • LIVING HISTORY AT MONT ORGUEIL CASTLE
    10:30 am-1:30 pm
    2019.07.22-2019.09.27

    Please check listing to ensure that Living History is on today. History comes to life at the castle with something different to see almost every day, meet the Medieval man at arms, hear the storytellers or listen to tales and music from Cally Noel.

    STORY TELLING

    Mondays 10.30am to 1.30pm

    Meet Roger in the Lower Ward for dramatic storytelling at its best, with gossip and stories from the castle’s chequered history. Hear what it is like to live in the castle at a time when it was the centre of life in Jersey.

  • Make Space At Jersey Museum
    11:00 am-4:00 pm
    2019.07.22-2019.07.26

    Come to the Make Space a learn a new skill or craft. All the events are free to attend (normal entry fee applies).

    INSTRUMENT MAKING

    18 and 19 July 11am to 3pm

    20 July 11am to 4pm

    22 to 26 July 11am to 3pm

    27 July 11am to 4pm

    Get involved in Wild Garden Utopia’s Japanese Knotweed Orchestra project. Learn how to make simple instruments using local plants and experiment with compositions. The Wild Garden Utopia project is presented in collaboration with The morning boat and supported by ArtHouse Jersey and the One Foundation.

  • SUMMER OF FUN
    11:00 am-3:00 pm
    2019.07.22-2019.07.26

    Something creative to do at Jersey Heritage sites every weekday of the summer holidays. These are drop in activities with no booking required. All children must be accompanied by an adult.

    Join us for six weeks in the summer holidays for our Summer of Fun with Lloyds Bank at the Jersey Heritage sites.   All the creative activities are free (normal entry price to the site applies for non members).  These are drop in activities and there is no pre-booking required. Please note that all children must be accompanied by an adult.

    MUSICAL MAYHEM

    Mont Orgueil Castle –  Monday 22 July to Friday 26 July – 11am to 3pm

    WILD PLAY DAYS

    Hamptonne Country Life Museum – Monday 29 July to Friday 2 August – 11am to 3pm

    SUMMER OF FUN

    La Hougue Bie – Monday 5 August to Friday 9 August – 11am to 3pm

    CREATIVE CASTLE

    Elizabeth Castle – Monday 12 August to Friday 16 August – 11am to 3pm

    WILD PLAY DAYS

    Hamptonne Country Life Museum – Monday 19 August to Friday 23 August – 11am to 3pm

    SUMMER OF FUN

    La Hougue Bie – Monday 26 August to Friday 30 August – 11am to 3pm

  • Living History At Elizabeth Castle – The Master Gunner
    12:00 pm-3:00 pm
    2019.07.22-2019.11.02

    THE MASTER GUNNER

    Join the 18th century Master Gunner on the Parade Ground as he puts the new recruits (you) through their paces before marching off to the Cockpit to fire the Black Powder cannon.

    Daily from 12pm to 1pm. Then 2pm for the Brown Bess musket demonstration.

  • More events
    • Skateboarders – Danny Evans
      All day
      2019.07.22-2019.07.27

      A documentation of skateboarding culture in Jersey today.

      In stark contrast to typical skateboarding photography, these images form a catalogue of evidence into how skateboarding impacts the lives of the people that embrace it.

      Each image focuses on one aspect in detail: a face, clothing, footwear, a body part, scar or parts of skateboards. All superfluous information is removed to enable each subject the space to tell its own story.

    • Summer Holiday`s Theatre School
      8:30 am-5:00 pm
      2019.07.22-2019.07.26

      Summer holiday theatre school for children from 5 – 13yrs. Singing, Dancing, Acting, Drama Games, Improvisation, Arts and Crafts and a final show at the end of the week. Great childcare solution theatre style. Each week will be a different theme and show.

    • Children`s Workshops
      9:30 am-4:00 pm
      2019.07.22-2019.08.02

      Book soon to avoid disappointment!

      We can now announce the dates of our ever popular Summer Holiday Art and Craft Workshops with Christine Witham at The Harbour Gallery Jersey in St Aubin

      • Mornings: 9.30am – 12.00pm. Afternoons: 1.30pm – 4.00pm
      • Cost £16 per session, to include materials, a drink and biscuits
      • Workshops are suitable for children aged 5 to 11 years
      Lunch can be arranged with the café, or bring a packed lunch if you stay all day.

      Days are theme-based, offering children the freedom to realise their own ideas, and use a range of skills. Children staying all day have the choice of sticking to theme or working on something different in the afternoon. Small groups ensure that children receive lots of support and are offered creative challenges.

      1st week:
      Monday 22nd July – On the Beach – Make pictures or models of rockpools, seagulls, lighthouses, boats, castles, shells, pirates, fishes, anything about the beach.

      Wednesday 24th July – Magical Models – Mermaids to Harry Potter to Tinkerbelle, make models or pictures of your favourite magical people or animals.

      Friday 26th July – Using Watercolour – Learn some basic watercolour techniques to improve your technique and use them to paint something special.

      2nd week:
      Monday 29th July – Miniature Worlds – Make pictures or models of tiny people and animals, Thumbelina in her walnut shell, a palace for ants, a match-box bed, a tiny fairground or garden. Use your own ideas to create miniature worlds using lots of different materials, cardboard, boxes, plasticine, wire etc.

      Wednesday 31st July – Seaside Scrap Models – Bring in your own beach-combing finds, or use our selection of shells, driftwood, pebbles, plastic, etc. to make models.

      Friday 2nd August – Battle of Flowers – be inspired to design and make your own Battle of Flowers float, create a poster for the event or make a flower garland.

      To book, please email christinewitham14@gmail.com or call 07797 888916.

    • Living History At Elizabeth Castle - Canon Louis
      10:00 am-4:00 pm
      2019.07.22-2019.11.02

      CANON LOUIS

      Mondays – 10am to 4pm

      Canon Louis is a member of the Augustinian Order. He is one of 6 holy men scraping out an existence in the former glory of The Abbey of St Helier. You’ll meet him near the granite cross of the Hermitage Rock.

      The year is 1194 and the focus of the church has moved from Jersey to Normandy and in the process downgraded the Abbey to a Priory. Louis has a choice thing or two to say about that. But he hopes Archbishop Thomas Becket will soon reconcile with king Henry and the Priory will flourish once more…Meanwhile he sings the praises of the Lord, records his thoughts on parchment, keeps the relics clean and prays for a better tomorrow.

    • Meet the Goodwyf or Steward in the 17th century kitchen of Hamptonne House
      10:00 am-4:00 pm
      2019.07.22-2019.09.21

      MEET THE GOODWYF OR STEWARD IN THE 17TH CENTURY KITCHEN OF HAMPTONNE HOUSE

      Thursdays and Saturdays –  10am to 4pm

      From June – Monday to Friday – 10am to 4pm

      Meet the Goodwyf who looks after the house of her master, Monsieur Laurens Hamptonne in the year of 1649. She is very respectful of her employer, who is a well educated and important man, however this doesn’t prevent her from spreading the odd bit of gossip from the parish of St Lawrence! The Goodwyf will tell you all about Hamptonne’s royal connections and give you an insight into her day to day life, including cooking on the open fire, making soap and candles, and preparing herbal remedies and makeup.
      The Goodwyf shares her duties with William, the Steward, who will regale you with tales of the agricultural life of Jersey’s yesteryear.

    • Seigneur De Hambye`s Fief Around The 12th Century
      10:00 am-4:00 pm
      2019.07.22-2019.09.30

      SEIGNEUR DE HAMBYE’S FIEF AROUND THE 12TH CENTURY

      Mondays 10am to 4pm

      Hambye in Normandy was the ancestral home of the powerful Paynel family, one branch of which was led by the Seigneur de Hambye, who held land in Jersey. This piece of land referred to as a Fief was known as La Hougue Hambye. Hear intriguing stories about the Seigneur de Hambye accompanied with Medieval music by Cally Noel.

    • LIVING HISTORY AT MONT ORGUEIL CASTLE
      10:30 am-1:30 pm
      2019.07.22-2019.09.27

      Please check listing to ensure that Living History is on today. History comes to life at the castle with something different to see almost every day, meet the Medieval man at arms, hear the storytellers or listen to tales and music from Cally Noel.

      STORY TELLING

      Mondays 10.30am to 1.30pm

      Meet Roger in the Lower Ward for dramatic storytelling at its best, with gossip and stories from the castle’s chequered history. Hear what it is like to live in the castle at a time when it was the centre of life in Jersey.

    • Make Space At Jersey Museum
      11:00 am-4:00 pm
      2019.07.22-2019.07.26

      Come to the Make Space a learn a new skill or craft. All the events are free to attend (normal entry fee applies).

      INSTRUMENT MAKING

      18 and 19 July 11am to 3pm

      20 July 11am to 4pm

      22 to 26 July 11am to 3pm

      27 July 11am to 4pm

      Get involved in Wild Garden Utopia’s Japanese Knotweed Orchestra project. Learn how to make simple instruments using local plants and experiment with compositions. The Wild Garden Utopia project is presented in collaboration with The morning boat and supported by ArtHouse Jersey and the One Foundation.

    • SUMMER OF FUN
      11:00 am-3:00 pm
      2019.07.22-2019.07.26

      Something creative to do at Jersey Heritage sites every weekday of the summer holidays. These are drop in activities with no booking required. All children must be accompanied by an adult.

      Join us for six weeks in the summer holidays for our Summer of Fun with Lloyds Bank at the Jersey Heritage sites.   All the creative activities are free (normal entry price to the site applies for non members).  These are drop in activities and there is no pre-booking required. Please note that all children must be accompanied by an adult.

      MUSICAL MAYHEM

      Mont Orgueil Castle –  Monday 22 July to Friday 26 July – 11am to 3pm

      WILD PLAY DAYS

      Hamptonne Country Life Museum – Monday 29 July to Friday 2 August – 11am to 3pm

      SUMMER OF FUN

      La Hougue Bie – Monday 5 August to Friday 9 August – 11am to 3pm

      CREATIVE CASTLE

      Elizabeth Castle – Monday 12 August to Friday 16 August – 11am to 3pm

      WILD PLAY DAYS

      Hamptonne Country Life Museum – Monday 19 August to Friday 23 August – 11am to 3pm

      SUMMER OF FUN

      La Hougue Bie – Monday 26 August to Friday 30 August – 11am to 3pm

    • Living History At Elizabeth Castle - The Master Gunner
      12:00 pm-3:00 pm
      2019.07.22-2019.11.02

      THE MASTER GUNNER

      Join the 18th century Master Gunner on the Parade Ground as he puts the new recruits (you) through their paces before marching off to the Cockpit to fire the Black Powder cannon.

      Daily from 12pm to 1pm. Then 2pm for the Brown Bess musket demonstration.

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  • Flower Power
    10:00 am-11:30 am
    2019.07.23

    Explore the wild surroundings of Victoria Tower to learn about the importance of the wild flower meadow and the rare invertebrates that live there. Enjoy a bug safari and create seed bombs to take home to grow your own wild flowers.

    Suitable for children aged 4-11. Tickets are not required for accompanying adults.

    Booking essential

    We offer substantially reduced rates for Members. Membership starts from £30 for an adult and £15 for a child p.a.If you would like to become a member click HERE

  • LIVING HISTORY AT MONT ORGUEIL CASTLE
    10:00 am-4:00 pm
    2019.07.23-2019.09.27

    Please check listing to ensure that Living History is on today. History comes to life at the castle with something different to see almost every day, meet the Medieval man at arms, hear the storytellers or listen to tales and music from Cally Noel.

    MEDIEVAL MAN AT ARMS

    Tuesdays 10am to 4pm

    Master Gary, man at arms in the garrison, as he goes about his duties here at the King’s Castle in Gorey.   Find out about his daily duties and the equipment he must look after to ensure the King’s enemies are kept at a distance.

  • Major-General James D’auvergne And The Building Of The Prince`s Tower
    10:00 am-4:00 pm
    2019.07.23-2019.09.24

    MAJOR-GENERAL JAMES D’AUVERGNE AND THE BUILDING OF THE PRINCE’S TOWER

    Tuesdays 10am to 4pm

    In 1759 Major-General James D’Auvergne, former equerry to Prince George, bought La Hougue Bie and in 1792 he gave it to his nephew Philippe D’Auvergne, who had already started building his ‘Prince’s Tower’. Hear stories about one of the most outstanding and distinctive structures ever built in Jersey accompanied by music of the time by Cally Noel.

  • Living With The Enemy – Tom Bunting
    10:30 am-12:45 pm
    2019.07.23-2019.10.29

    A guided walk about life during the German Occupation.

    A linear walk every Tuesday, from May 7th until October 29th 2019

    Leaving the Gunsite Café, Beaumont, in St Aubin’s bay at 10:30, arriving at the Jersey War Tunnels about 12:45.

    Take a stroll through beautiful St Peter’s Valley as you delve into life in Jersey when it was occupied in World War II. What was life like for everyday people? What did they eat? How did they know what was going on in the outside world? The walk takes you along past occupation relics on country lanes up to the high woodland area of Les Gellettes which had lain undisturbed for 60 years – until Channel Four’s Time Team came to excavate in the spring of 2010.  You will see the original trenches and gun emplacements built by the occupying forces and hear all about the excavations, before finally ending up at the famous Jersey War Tunnels.

    No need to book, just turn up!

    Adults £10.00

    For further information, please contact Blue Badge Guide Tom Bunting on 07797780868 or email tom.bunting@localdial.com

  • An Elizabethan Adventure – Uncovering Elizabeth Castle with Tracey Radford
    10:45 am-12:00 pm
    2019.07.23

    Join Blue Badge Guide Tracey Radford on a journey of discovery around Elizabeth Castle. Peel back the layers of Jersey’s history, climb battlements dating back to the 1590s, explore the turrets and bunkers and visit the Hermitage where St Helier, the Patron Saint of our Town is thought to have lived around 550 A.D.

    Built on a rocky islet in St Aubin’s Bay, Elizabeth Castle has defended Jersey for more than 300 years.  With Tracey discover the original site of the Abbey of St Helier, and visit the Governor’s House, once temporary home to important historical figures such as Sir Walter Raleigh and Charles II of England.

    Take an entertaining trip through the Castle’s long and varied history. Discover just how significant our small Island was in important historical events, through the days of the Empire, Civil War and the World Wars of the 20th Century.  Enjoy stories of battles, and their heroes.   Explore occupation bunkers, Tudor stairways, and a Georgian Parade Ground, there is so much to see and admire. History, legends, and amazing views – this is a tour to be savoured.

    As part of the Jersey Heritage attractions, Elizabeth Castle is accessible at low tide by foot, or, at both low and high tide, the Castle Ferry, which will transport you across the bay to and from the Castle. Elizabeth Castle is the perfect place to spend a day exploring Jersey’s history.

    The cost of Tracey’s tour is included in your castle admission.

    Tour begins at 10.45 until 12 noon every Tuesday morning.

    Tickets can be obtained at the Castle Ferry Kiosk, Les Jardins de la Mer, West Park, St Helier, JE3 3NU

    For more information you can contact Tracey on 07797 740664 or call the Castle Ferry Kiosk on +44 (0)1534 634048

  • Uncovering the hidden treasures of St Helier
    4:00 pm-5:15 pm
    2019.07.23

    Meet at the Jersey Cows in West’s Centre, St Helier, to enjoy a mysterious meander through Victorian St Helier, to admire the architecture, and hear tales of town life through the Centuries.   Find out where the streets really are “paved” with gold, have a photograph with a Royal, discover a Penfold Post Box, find evidence of the musket shots from the Battle of Jersey, and uncover the secret hidden within the paving of our Place du Marché. There is so much to discover, so join Kary and allow her to reveal our town’s hidden treasures.

    The Town Walk takes place every Tuesday and Thursday afternoon at 4  p.m.from West’s Centre.  Booking in advance is required.

    Telephone Kary on 07797 741176

  • Meet Up
    6:00 pm-8:15 pm
    2019.07.23

    We are an informal gathering of makers, DIY designers and enthusiasts exploring 3D printing and maker culture. If you have an interest in being creative and making things, this is for you. We enjoy hearing about people’s ideas and support one another with projects.

    During our fortnightly meet-ups at the Library’s Eagle Lab we sometimes give short demonstrations of creative processes and show and share projects people are working on. People can contribute as much or as little as they wish – if you are just curious, pop in for a chat and cuppa.

    Technical areas of interest include:
    3D printing and design
    Laser cutting, CNC and other maker tools
    Robots, Raspberry Pi, Arduino and Hardware
    Programming, IoT
    Laser cutting
    Re-purposing and recycling
    …and any other interesting ideas people bring.

    Children who are interested in technology are welcome, accompanied and supervised by an adult

  • More events
    • Flower Power
      10:00 am-11:30 am
      2019.07.23

      Explore the wild surroundings of Victoria Tower to learn about the importance of the wild flower meadow and the rare invertebrates that live there. Enjoy a bug safari and create seed bombs to take home to grow your own wild flowers.

      Suitable for children aged 4-11. Tickets are not required for accompanying adults.

      Booking essential

      We offer substantially reduced rates for Members. Membership starts from £30 for an adult and £15 for a child p.a.If you would like to become a member click HERE

    • LIVING HISTORY AT MONT ORGUEIL CASTLE
      10:00 am-4:00 pm
      2019.07.23-2019.09.27

      Please check listing to ensure that Living History is on today. History comes to life at the castle with something different to see almost every day, meet the Medieval man at arms, hear the storytellers or listen to tales and music from Cally Noel.

      MEDIEVAL MAN AT ARMS

      Tuesdays 10am to 4pm

      Master Gary, man at arms in the garrison, as he goes about his duties here at the King’s Castle in Gorey.   Find out about his daily duties and the equipment he must look after to ensure the King’s enemies are kept at a distance.

    • Major-General James D'auvergne And The Building Of The Prince`s Tower
      10:00 am-4:00 pm
      2019.07.23-2019.09.24

      MAJOR-GENERAL JAMES D’AUVERGNE AND THE BUILDING OF THE PRINCE’S TOWER

      Tuesdays 10am to 4pm

      In 1759 Major-General James D’Auvergne, former equerry to Prince George, bought La Hougue Bie and in 1792 he gave it to his nephew Philippe D’Auvergne, who had already started building his ‘Prince’s Tower’. Hear stories about one of the most outstanding and distinctive structures ever built in Jersey accompanied by music of the time by Cally Noel.

    • Living With The Enemy – Tom Bunting
      10:30 am-12:45 pm
      2019.07.23-2019.10.29

      A guided walk about life during the German Occupation.

      A linear walk every Tuesday, from May 7th until October 29th 2019

      Leaving the Gunsite Café, Beaumont, in St Aubin’s bay at 10:30, arriving at the Jersey War Tunnels about 12:45.

      Take a stroll through beautiful St Peter’s Valley as you delve into life in Jersey when it was occupied in World War II. What was life like for everyday people? What did they eat? How did they know what was going on in the outside world? The walk takes you along past occupation relics on country lanes up to the high woodland area of Les Gellettes which had lain undisturbed for 60 years – until Channel Four’s Time Team came to excavate in the spring of 2010.  You will see the original trenches and gun emplacements built by the occupying forces and hear all about the excavations, before finally ending up at the famous Jersey War Tunnels.

      No need to book, just turn up!

      Adults £10.00

      For further information, please contact Blue Badge Guide Tom Bunting on 07797780868 or email tom.bunting@localdial.com

    • An Elizabethan Adventure – Uncovering Elizabeth Castle with Tracey Radford
      10:45 am-12:00 pm
      2019.07.23

      Join Blue Badge Guide Tracey Radford on a journey of discovery around Elizabeth Castle. Peel back the layers of Jersey’s history, climb battlements dating back to the 1590s, explore the turrets and bunkers and visit the Hermitage where St Helier, the Patron Saint of our Town is thought to have lived around 550 A.D.

      Built on a rocky islet in St Aubin’s Bay, Elizabeth Castle has defended Jersey for more than 300 years.  With Tracey discover the original site of the Abbey of St Helier, and visit the Governor’s House, once temporary home to important historical figures such as Sir Walter Raleigh and Charles II of England.

      Take an entertaining trip through the Castle’s long and varied history. Discover just how significant our small Island was in important historical events, through the days of the Empire, Civil War and the World Wars of the 20th Century.  Enjoy stories of battles, and their heroes.   Explore occupation bunkers, Tudor stairways, and a Georgian Parade Ground, there is so much to see and admire. History, legends, and amazing views – this is a tour to be savoured.

      As part of the Jersey Heritage attractions, Elizabeth Castle is accessible at low tide by foot, or, at both low and high tide, the Castle Ferry, which will transport you across the bay to and from the Castle. Elizabeth Castle is the perfect place to spend a day exploring Jersey’s history.

      The cost of Tracey’s tour is included in your castle admission.

      Tour begins at 10.45 until 12 noon every Tuesday morning.

      Tickets can be obtained at the Castle Ferry Kiosk, Les Jardins de la Mer, West Park, St Helier, JE3 3NU

      For more information you can contact Tracey on 07797 740664 or call the Castle Ferry Kiosk on +44 (0)1534 634048

    • Uncovering the hidden treasures of St Helier
      4:00 pm-5:15 pm
      2019.07.23

      Meet at the Jersey Cows in West’s Centre, St Helier, to enjoy a mysterious meander through Victorian St Helier, to admire the architecture, and hear tales of town life through the Centuries.   Find out where the streets really are “paved” with gold, have a photograph with a Royal, discover a Penfold Post Box, find evidence of the musket shots from the Battle of Jersey, and uncover the secret hidden within the paving of our Place du Marché. There is so much to discover, so join Kary and allow her to reveal our town’s hidden treasures.

      The Town Walk takes place every Tuesday and Thursday afternoon at 4  p.m.from West’s Centre.  Booking in advance is required.

      Telephone Kary on 07797 741176

    • Meet Up
      6:00 pm-8:15 pm
      2019.07.23

      We are an informal gathering of makers, DIY designers and enthusiasts exploring 3D printing and maker culture. If you have an interest in being creative and making things, this is for you. We enjoy hearing about people’s ideas and support one another with projects.

      During our fortnightly meet-ups at the Library’s Eagle Lab we sometimes give short demonstrations of creative processes and show and share projects people are working on. People can contribute as much or as little as they wish – if you are just curious, pop in for a chat and cuppa.

      Technical areas of interest include:
      3D printing and design
      Laser cutting, CNC and other maker tools
      Robots, Raspberry Pi, Arduino and Hardware
      Programming, IoT
      Laser cutting
      Re-purposing and recycling
      …and any other interesting ideas people bring.

      Children who are interested in technology are welcome, accompanied and supervised by an adult

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  • HANDMADE JERSEY – A WORK IN PROGRESS
    10:00 am-5:00 pm
    2019.07.24-2019.12.30

    This exhibition shines a light on the talents of Jersey’s amateur artists and craftspeople, and with our ‘Make Space’ visitors will have an opportunity to create something themselves.

    This exhibition shines a light on the talents of Jersey’s amateur artists and craftspeople, and with our ‘Make Space’ visitors will have an opportunity to create something themselves.

    This exhibition displays both historical and contemporary art and craft, ranging from a Neolithic pot and 18th century samplers, to a huge Cosplay costume made out of recycled materials. Some of the exhibits are from the Jersey Heritage collections and have never been on display, and some have been lent by Islanders.

    There is also a ‘Make Space’, sponsored by the Association of Jersey Charities and Channel Islands Lottery, where visitors to the exhibition can try their hand at various craft activities.

    From a knitted Battle of Jersey to an Occupation costume made out of tins, Handmade Jersey explores humanity’s instinct to create. The exhibition also explores the relationship people have with materials, in particular those that are found in Jersey, such as shells and harestail, as well as things that can be found and reused

    Any groups or schools interested in using the ‘Make Space’ during the exhibition, either as a one-off or regularly, can contact handmade@jerseyheritage.org to book a date and time.  Please be aware that on this occasion JH will share your information with a third party for the purposes of making bookings. Your data will be deleted by the third party within 14 days of the craft session being completed.

    Normal entry fee applies, Jersey Heritage Members go free.

  • LIVING HISTORY AT MONT ORGUEIL CASTLE
    10:00 am-4:00 pm
    2019.07.24-2019.09.27

    Please check listing to ensure that Living History is on today. History comes to life at the castle with something different to see almost every day, meet the Medieval man at arms, hear the storytellers or listen to tales and music from Cally Noel.

    Living History at Mont Orgueil starts on 1 May until 27 September.

    Please note that dates and times may change at short notice please check with the castle in advance if you wish to see a particular performance.

    Normal admission prices apply.  Jersey Heritage members go free.

    1591 – SIR JOHN NORRIS PAID A VISIT TO MONT ORGUEIL CASTLE

    Wednesdays 10am to 4pm

    Sir John Norris, the most acclaimed British soldier of his day paid a visit to Mont Orgueil Castle to see his sister Lady Catherine Paulet and her husband Sir Anthony Paulet, Governor of Jersey. He reported that ‘ the castle was of little strength, as for the Islanders themselves, they were a fearful people who took alarm at every ship they saw and who would run out of the island if they had a back door’. Hear tales and intrigue of who the Jersey Islanders feared accompanied with Tudor music by Cally Noel.

  • From Village to Castle and Back Again – An Eastern Adventure
    10:30 am-12:30 pm
    2019.07.24

    This circular walk begins at Longbeach car park, Grouville to take you on a time travelling adventure through Jersey History with spectacular views, especially on a clear day. Wander through the medieval village of Gorey, and up to the headland of Mont St Nicholas, to find a hidden 6000 year old megalithic tomb and a 19th Century defensive tower. Descend to the Castle, which was once the headquarters of an 18th Century spymaster and Prince, and on to the harbour. The walk is in the most part a gentle ramble. Although it contains a flight of steep steps, it is possible to bypass these if necessary. Toilet facilities and refreshments available at the beginning and end of route.

    Booking Essential.

    Liberty Bus Route 1 / 1a

    Time: 2 p.m . to 4 p.m.

    Price: £10 for Adults (children under 12 free)

    Meet: At Longbeach Car Park, Grouville (opposite the entrance to Gorey Village)

    Guide Blue Badge Guide Kary Day

    Tel: 07797 741176

    E-mail kary@jerseyuncovered.com

    Website: www.jerseyuncovered.com

  • Amazing Black Pepper Band at Roberto’s!
    7:00 pm-9:00 pm
    2019.07.24

    Roberto’s Jazz Bar present – The Black Pepper Jazz Band covering a variety of songs and styles, from Jazz standards and bossa to funk and modern jazz fusion; they love doing both standard covers and experimenting with new takes, styles, and rhythms.

    Wednesday’s Live not to be missed!

    Please book now and contact us: 727521 or book online: https://www.resdiary.com/Restaurant/SavoyJersey

  • Happy Hour
    8:00 pm-10:00 pm
    2019.07.24-2019.07.25

    Frida Khalo Productions and Richard Jordan Productions in association with Teater Grob, Teatro Metastasio, Jersey Arts Centre, WEC & Bags Entertainment

    “We got to dance. We have to dance. Every morning. And every night. And we have to smile. Who does not smile is punished. Who protests, is punished. And every day, goes by the same”

    Kerfuffle is a boy – a champion of the world. Ado is a girl. Mum and Dad are happy. That’s because it is compulsory.

    From the award-winning team that brought ‘La Merda’ to Jersey Arts Centre, this new piece of contemporary theatre imagines a world in which a unique and highly effective brand of totalitarianism is emerging; one where cheerfulness is compulsory – “a dictatorship of happiness”.

    You might just die laughing…

  • More events
    • HANDMADE JERSEY – A WORK IN PROGRESS
      10:00 am-5:00 pm
      2019.07.24-2019.12.30

      This exhibition shines a light on the talents of Jersey’s amateur artists and craftspeople, and with our ‘Make Space’ visitors will have an opportunity to create something themselves.

      This exhibition shines a light on the talents of Jersey’s amateur artists and craftspeople, and with our ‘Make Space’ visitors will have an opportunity to create something themselves.

      This exhibition displays both historical and contemporary art and craft, ranging from a Neolithic pot and 18th century samplers, to a huge Cosplay costume made out of recycled materials. Some of the exhibits are from the Jersey Heritage collections and have never been on display, and some have been lent by Islanders.

      There is also a ‘Make Space’, sponsored by the Association of Jersey Charities and Channel Islands Lottery, where visitors to the exhibition can try their hand at various craft activities.

      From a knitted Battle of Jersey to an Occupation costume made out of tins, Handmade Jersey explores humanity’s instinct to create. The exhibition also explores the relationship people have with materials, in particular those that are found in Jersey, such as shells and harestail, as well as things that can be found and reused

      Any groups or schools interested in using the ‘Make Space’ during the exhibition, either as a one-off or regularly, can contact handmade@jerseyheritage.org to book a date and time.  Please be aware that on this occasion JH will share your information with a third party for the purposes of making bookings. Your data will be deleted by the third party within 14 days of the craft session being completed.

      Normal entry fee applies, Jersey Heritage Members go free.

    • LIVING HISTORY AT MONT ORGUEIL CASTLE
      10:00 am-4:00 pm
      2019.07.24-2019.09.27

      Please check listing to ensure that Living History is on today. History comes to life at the castle with something different to see almost every day, meet the Medieval man at arms, hear the storytellers or listen to tales and music from Cally Noel.

      Living History at Mont Orgueil starts on 1 May until 27 September.

      Please note that dates and times may change at short notice please check with the castle in advance if you wish to see a particular performance.

      Normal admission prices apply.  Jersey Heritage members go free.

      1591 – SIR JOHN NORRIS PAID A VISIT TO MONT ORGUEIL CASTLE

      Wednesdays 10am to 4pm

      Sir John Norris, the most acclaimed British soldier of his day paid a visit to Mont Orgueil Castle to see his sister Lady Catherine Paulet and her husband Sir Anthony Paulet, Governor of Jersey. He reported that ‘ the castle was of little strength, as for the Islanders themselves, they were a fearful people who took alarm at every ship they saw and who would run out of the island if they had a back door’. Hear tales and intrigue of who the Jersey Islanders feared accompanied with Tudor music by Cally Noel.

    • From Village to Castle and Back Again – An Eastern Adventure
      10:30 am-12:30 pm
      2019.07.24

      This circular walk begins at Longbeach car park, Grouville to take you on a time travelling adventure through Jersey History with spectacular views, especially on a clear day. Wander through the medieval village of Gorey, and up to the headland of Mont St Nicholas, to find a hidden 6000 year old megalithic tomb and a 19th Century defensive tower. Descend to the Castle, which was once the headquarters of an 18th Century spymaster and Prince, and on to the harbour. The walk is in the most part a gentle ramble. Although it contains a flight of steep steps, it is possible to bypass these if necessary. Toilet facilities and refreshments available at the beginning and end of route.

      Booking Essential.

      Liberty Bus Route 1 / 1a

      Time: 2 p.m . to 4 p.m.

      Price: £10 for Adults (children under 12 free)

      Meet: At Longbeach Car Park, Grouville (opposite the entrance to Gorey Village)

      Guide Blue Badge Guide Kary Day

      Tel: 07797 741176

      E-mail kary@jerseyuncovered.com

      Website: www.jerseyuncovered.com

    • Amazing Black Pepper Band at Roberto's!
      7:00 pm-9:00 pm
      2019.07.24

      Roberto’s Jazz Bar present – The Black Pepper Jazz Band covering a variety of songs and styles, from Jazz standards and bossa to funk and modern jazz fusion; they love doing both standard covers and experimenting with new takes, styles, and rhythms.

      Wednesday’s Live not to be missed!

      Please book now and contact us: 727521 or book online: https://www.resdiary.com/Restaurant/SavoyJersey

    • Happy Hour
      8:00 pm-10:00 pm
      2019.07.24-2019.07.25

      Frida Khalo Productions and Richard Jordan Productions in association with Teater Grob, Teatro Metastasio, Jersey Arts Centre, WEC & Bags Entertainment

      “We got to dance. We have to dance. Every morning. And every night. And we have to smile. Who does not smile is punished. Who protests, is punished. And every day, goes by the same”

      Kerfuffle is a boy – a champion of the world. Ado is a girl. Mum and Dad are happy. That’s because it is compulsory.

      From the award-winning team that brought ‘La Merda’ to Jersey Arts Centre, this new piece of contemporary theatre imagines a world in which a unique and highly effective brand of totalitarianism is emerging; one where cheerfulness is compulsory – “a dictatorship of happiness”.

      You might just die laughing…

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  • Lauren`s Hamptonne
    All day
    2019.07.26

    LAURENS HAMPTONNE

    Fridays – 17 May, 31 May, 14 June, 28 June, 26 July, 9 August, 23 August, 6 September, 20 September

    Welcome to the home of Laurens Hamptonne, Jurat of the Royal Court of Jersey.  The year is 1660 and King Charles II has been restored throne, following the tumultuous events of the English Civil War. The King twice took refuge in Jersey, firstly as the Prince of Wales in 1646. Hamptonne’s unstinting dedication to His Majesty, then in the position of Vicomte (Viscount), has been rewarded with favours that conferred upon him a higher position in society, and secured the future of his estate by Royal Patent.

    Laurens can often be found reading in his chamber, or sternly instructing his steward in housekeeping matters. Stories of his friendship with the King, who is rumoured to have stayed at Hamptonne, have spread far and wide. You’ll see that Laurens has become rather grand.

  • COIN HOARD TOUR
    All day
    2019.07.26-2019.09.30

    Ancient coins from Jersey’s world-famous Celtic coin hoard will be making their way around the Island as part of a special pop-up exhibition. The FREE touring exhibition, which is kindly supported by Benest & Syvret will come to your Parish/Public Hall over the next year.

    The exhibition will spend a month in each parish hall over the next year, giving as many Islanders as possible the opportunity to view some of the Iron Age coins, and to find out more about the story behind the hoard. Entry to the exhibition is free.

    The massive hoard, which contained nearly 70,000 coins, was found in a field in 2012 by metal detectorists Reg Mead and Richard Miles. It had lain buried for 2,000 years. Since then, Jersey Heritage conservators, archaeologists and volunteers have painstakingly unpicked and studied the hoard, watched every step of the way by the world’s media and a fascinated public.

    Ancient gold torques, silver coins, and gold and silver jewellery excavated from the hoard are on display at La Hougue Bie Museum (during normal opening hours, please see our Places to Visit section), and it is some of these treasures that are part of the pop-up exhibition.  A useful child-friendly guide has been designed to help children understand where the hoard has come from, it’s history and who burried it.  The pack is free to download here or available, thanks to Benest & Syvret at each Parish Hall.

    Exhibition Dates and Locations

    January 2019St John Parish Hall

     

    FebruarySt Mary Parish Hall

     

    MarchSt Clement Parish Hall

     

    AprilSt Lawrence Parish Hall

     

    May

     

    St Brelade Parish Hall
    June

     

    Trinity Parish Hall
    July

     

    St Saviour Parish Hall
    August

     

    St Ouen Parish Hall
    September 2019

     

    St Helier
  • Sanctuary Rocks! with FlashMob ☆ The Cryptics ☆ Mispers ☆ Hoodu
    9:30 am-2:00 am
    2019.07.26-2019.07.27

    Sanctuary Trust, the Jersey-based charity organisation supporting homeless men in the community, has teamed up with Bubblebrain Records to raise funds by staging a top-notch live music event at Watersplash Jersey on Friday, 26 July 2019.

    Some of the greatest Jersey music talents are coming together for the cause: FlashMob, The Cryptics, Mispers, Hoodu and rock musician and label supremo Jim Dolan as DJ/host.

    The first band of the night takes the stage at at 9:30 pm. It’s free entry. Event-goers are encouraged to kindly donate using the link provided below or on the night. Every donation, big or small, is greatly appreciated.

    Please donate with PayPal button or via Sanctuary Trust’s JustGiving page by clicking here: http://www.sanctuarytrust.org.je/donations/

    http://www.vibrantjersey.je/destination/15850-2/

  • TREASURE – REVEALING THE SECRETS OF THE HOARD
    10:00 am-4:00 pm
    2019.07.26-2019.11.02

    https://vimeo.com/234879613

    The real journey of discovery begins as we start to look at why the hoard was buried, by whom and when, following clues revealed by the contents of the hoard.

    The story is just beginning…During the summer of 2012 two men, using metal detectors, discovered ancient treasure in a field in Jersey. This treasure of compacted coins and jewellery had lain hidden for 3,000 years.

    Conservators have now excavated the hoard and found some truly amazing treasures including gold torques and silver ingots.Discover our curators choice of the five top finds and learn a little more about the hoard here.

    Now the real journey of discovery begins as we start to look at why the hoard was buried, by whom and when, following clues revealed by the contents of the hoard.

    Sponsored by Benest & Syvret

     

    ENTRY FEE

    Normal admission prices charged.  Free for Jersey Heritage members.

  • Living History At Mont Orgueil Castle – Armourer
    10:00 am-4:00 pm
    2019.07.26-2019.09.27

    ARMOURER

    Fridays – 10am to 4pm

    Learn about medieval archery, weaponry & armour.

  • Sally the Smuggler
    10:00 am-4:00 pm
    2019.07.26-2019.09.23

    SALLY THE SMUGGLER

    Every Monday and Friday subject to availability 10am to 4pm

    Meet Sally the Smuggler.  She’s definitely on the fiddle, but how and why?

    She will try to distract you with tales of piracy, privateering, shipbuilding and the perils of cod and oyster fishing, but Sally has a loose tongue.

    She might let slip where she stashes her stuff and why she has such an enormous skirt…as long as you keep it under your hat, jacket, petticoat…

     

  • Living History Elizabeth Castle – Sarah Brown, 18th century Army wife
    10:00 am-4:00 pm
    2019.07.26-2019.09.27

    SARAH BROWN, 18TH CENTURY ARMY WIFE

    From 3 May to 27 September- Fridays – 10am to 4pm

    Sarah Brown is the wife of a soldier garrisoned here at Elizabeth Castle. Only six women for every 100 men are allowed to travel with their husbands. The women are described as army followers and must be of good character and able to work and support the army, of which they are an integral part. They receive half rations.

    Sarah works as a sutler supplying the soldiers with goods to supplement their rations. She is also a laundress and is paid by the soldiers for the work she does.

  • The Elvis Years
    8:00 pm-10:00 pm
    2019.07.26-2019.07.27

    PERFORMANCE TIME: 8PM
    TICKETS:
    STALLS: £23
    DRESS: £25
    UPPER: £23
    CONCESSIONS: £2 OFF

    The Elvis Years is an outstanding musical production which brings to the stage the incredible story of the ‘king of rock and roll’ – Elvis Presley.

    This glittering production charts the musical and emotional highs and lows of Elvis’ amazing journey from poor truck-driving teenager from Tupelo, Mississippi through the army, Hollywood and finally the legendary Las Vegas concerts.

    With a world class cast, authentic costumes and rare film footage, The Elvis Years features more than 50 of the King’s greatest hits including ‘Hound Dog’, ‘It’s Now or Never’, ‘Suspicious Minds’ ‘American Trilogy’and many more, as well as lesser known tracks such as ‘Rock A Hula Baby’ and ‘Bossa Nova Baby’.

     

     

  • Brian White Quartet at Roberto’s
    8:00 pm-11:00 pm
    2019.07.26

    The Brian White Quartet is the esteemed Jazz Quartet of Roberto’s Jazz Bar.

    Live in our Roberto’s every Friday from 8pm playing a mix of Jazz standards to completely improvised numbers.

    Join us on Friday for Jazz and food in Roberto’s Bar at the Savoy Hotel.

    Book a table online or contact us: 727521

    www.resdiary.com/Restaurant/SavoyJersey

  • More events
    • Lauren`s Hamptonne
      All day
      2019.07.26

      LAURENS HAMPTONNE

      Fridays – 17 May, 31 May, 14 June, 28 June, 26 July, 9 August, 23 August, 6 September, 20 September

      Welcome to the home of Laurens Hamptonne, Jurat of the Royal Court of Jersey.  The year is 1660 and King Charles II has been restored throne, following the tumultuous events of the English Civil War. The King twice took refuge in Jersey, firstly as the Prince of Wales in 1646. Hamptonne’s unstinting dedication to His Majesty, then in the position of Vicomte (Viscount), has been rewarded with favours that conferred upon him a higher position in society, and secured the future of his estate by Royal Patent.

      Laurens can often be found reading in his chamber, or sternly instructing his steward in housekeeping matters. Stories of his friendship with the King, who is rumoured to have stayed at Hamptonne, have spread far and wide. You’ll see that Laurens has become rather grand.

    • COIN HOARD TOUR
      All day
      2019.07.26-2019.09.30

      Ancient coins from Jersey’s world-famous Celtic coin hoard will be making their way around the Island as part of a special pop-up exhibition. The FREE touring exhibition, which is kindly supported by Benest & Syvret will come to your Parish/Public Hall over the next year.

      The exhibition will spend a month in each parish hall over the next year, giving as many Islanders as possible the opportunity to view some of the Iron Age coins, and to find out more about the story behind the hoard. Entry to the exhibition is free.

      The massive hoard, which contained nearly 70,000 coins, was found in a field in 2012 by metal detectorists Reg Mead and Richard Miles. It had lain buried for 2,000 years. Since then, Jersey Heritage conservators, archaeologists and volunteers have painstakingly unpicked and studied the hoard, watched every step of the way by the world’s media and a fascinated public.

      Ancient gold torques, silver coins, and gold and silver jewellery excavated from the hoard are on display at La Hougue Bie Museum (during normal opening hours, please see our Places to Visit section), and it is some of these treasures that are part of the pop-up exhibition.  A useful child-friendly guide has been designed to help children understand where the hoard has come from, it’s history and who burried it.  The pack is free to download here or available, thanks to Benest & Syvret at each Parish Hall.

      Exhibition Dates and Locations

      January 2019St John Parish Hall

       

      FebruarySt Mary Parish Hall

       

      MarchSt Clement Parish Hall

       

      AprilSt Lawrence Parish Hall

       

      May

       

      St Brelade Parish Hall
      June

       

      Trinity Parish Hall
      July

       

      St Saviour Parish Hall
      August

       

      St Ouen Parish Hall
      September 2019

       

      St Helier
    • Sanctuary Rocks! with FlashMob ☆ The Cryptics ☆ Mispers ☆ Hoodu
      9:30 am-2:00 am
      2019.07.26-2019.07.27

      Sanctuary Trust, the Jersey-based charity organisation supporting homeless men in the community, has teamed up with Bubblebrain Records to raise funds by staging a top-notch live music event at Watersplash Jersey on Friday, 26 July 2019.

      Some of the greatest Jersey music talents are coming together for the cause: FlashMob, The Cryptics, Mispers, Hoodu and rock musician and label supremo Jim Dolan as DJ/host.

      The first band of the night takes the stage at at 9:30 pm. It’s free entry. Event-goers are encouraged to kindly donate using the link provided below or on the night. Every donation, big or small, is greatly appreciated.

      Please donate with PayPal button or via Sanctuary Trust’s JustGiving page by clicking here: http://www.sanctuarytrust.org.je/donations/

      http://www.vibrantjersey.je/destination/15850-2/

    • TREASURE - REVEALING THE SECRETS OF THE HOARD
      10:00 am-4:00 pm
      2019.07.26-2019.11.02

      https://vimeo.com/234879613

      The real journey of discovery begins as we start to look at why the hoard was buried, by whom and when, following clues revealed by the contents of the hoard.

      The story is just beginning…During the summer of 2012 two men, using metal detectors, discovered ancient treasure in a field in Jersey. This treasure of compacted coins and jewellery had lain hidden for 3,000 years.

      Conservators have now excavated the hoard and found some truly amazing treasures including gold torques and silver ingots.Discover our curators choice of the five top finds and learn a little more about the hoard here.

      Now the real journey of discovery begins as we start to look at why the hoard was buried, by whom and when, following clues revealed by the contents of the hoard.

      Sponsored by Benest & Syvret

       

      ENTRY FEE

      Normal admission prices charged.  Free for Jersey Heritage members.

    • Living History At Mont Orgueil Castle - Armourer
      10:00 am-4:00 pm
      2019.07.26-2019.09.27

      ARMOURER

      Fridays – 10am to 4pm

      Learn about medieval archery, weaponry & armour.

    • Sally the Smuggler
      10:00 am-4:00 pm