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  • PEOPLE MAKE JERSEY
    10:00 am-4:00 pm
    2020.07.01-2020.12.31

    Every Jersey resident has an immigration story – whether their family came here 500 years or five years ago. This exhibition explores some of these stories and the ways in which immigration has shaped and influenced the Island we know today

    Jersey’s first permanent settlers arrived around 7,000 years ago. They were driven by a changing climate to seek a new and sheltered place where they could plant their crops and raise their families. Since that time, waves of immigrants have arrived in Jersey.

    Some were fleeing religious or political persecution and they found refuge in this Island. Others were economic migrants seeking a better way of life for themselves and their families, from retired English army officers in the 19th century to Breton farm workers in the early 20th century.

    Normal entry fee applies, Jersey Heritage Members go FREE.

  • Live Music – Nic Dinnie
    8:00 pm-10:30 pm
    2020.07.01

    Book here tinyurl.com/srmpj9c
    NEW for 2020 we are happy to welcome Nic Dinnie, he specialise in creating a smooth, groovy atmosphere, perfectly complementing a night of great company, food and fun. Expect sounds from Stevie wonder, Frank Sinatra, John Mayer and many more great artists.
    Full menu available and also Channel Islands Largest Gin selection.

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  • Mill Mondays at Le Moulin de Quetivel
    10:00 am-4:00 pm
    2020.07.06

    The National Trust for Jersey brings its historic watermill to life with a brand new event aimed at people of all ages.

    Enjoy an immersive visit to Jersey’s only remaining working watermill in the picturesque setting of St Peter’s Valley. Take part in a range of educational activities, including:
    • Jersey Wonder presentation in the Victorian Kitchen
    • Bread making presentation on the first floor
    • Milling demonstration
    • Corn dolly demonstration, with instructions and wheat to take away
    • Children’s scavenger hunt in the woodland
    • Self-guided trail in the woodland
    • Le Moulin de Quétivel flour on sale
    • Small gift shop on site
    To prevent the spread of coronavirus, tours, trails and scavenger hunts will be sent out to every household in advance.
    To reduce visitor numbers inside the mill, one household will be admitted every 10 minutes. Visit duration approximately 40 minutes.

    Booking essential

    www.Eventbrite.co.uk (please search for The National Trust for Jersey)

  • Mill Mondays at Le Moulin de Quetivel
    10:00 am-4:00 pm
    2020.07.06

    The National Trust for Jersey brings its historic watermill to life with a brand new event aimed at people of all ages.

    Enjoy an immersive visit to Jersey’s only remaining working watermill in the picturesque setting of St Peter’s Valley. Take part in a range of educational activities, including:
    • Jersey Wonder presentation in the Victorian Kitchen
    • Bread making presentation on the first floor
    • Milling demonstration
    • Corn dolly demonstration, with instructions and wheat to take away
    • Children’s scavenger hunt in the woodland
    • Self-guided trail in the woodland
    • Le Moulin de Quétivel flour on sale
    • Small gift shop on site
    To prevent the spread of coronavirus, tours, trails and scavenger hunts will be sent out to every household in advance.
    To reduce visitor numbers inside the mill, one household will be admitted every 10 minutes. Visit duration approximately 40 minutes.

    Booking essential

    www.Eventbrite.co.uk (please search for The National Trust for Jersey)

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  • PEOPLE MAKE JERSEY
    10:00 am-4:00 pm
    2020.07.08-2020.12.31

    Every Jersey resident has an immigration story – whether their family came here 500 years or five years ago. This exhibition explores some of these stories and the ways in which immigration has shaped and influenced the Island we know today

    Jersey’s first permanent settlers arrived around 7,000 years ago. They were driven by a changing climate to seek a new and sheltered place where they could plant their crops and raise their families. Since that time, waves of immigrants have arrived in Jersey.

    Some were fleeing religious or political persecution and they found refuge in this Island. Others were economic migrants seeking a better way of life for themselves and their families, from retired English army officers in the 19th century to Breton farm workers in the early 20th century.

    Normal entry fee applies, Jersey Heritage Members go FREE.

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  • PEOPLE MAKE JERSEY
    10:00 am-4:00 pm
    2020.07.15-2020.12.31

    Every Jersey resident has an immigration story – whether their family came here 500 years or five years ago. This exhibition explores some of these stories and the ways in which immigration has shaped and influenced the Island we know today

    Jersey’s first permanent settlers arrived around 7,000 years ago. They were driven by a changing climate to seek a new and sheltered place where they could plant their crops and raise their families. Since that time, waves of immigrants have arrived in Jersey.

    Some were fleeing religious or political persecution and they found refuge in this Island. Others were economic migrants seeking a better way of life for themselves and their families, from retired English army officers in the 19th century to Breton farm workers in the early 20th century.

    Normal entry fee applies, Jersey Heritage Members go FREE.

  • Live Music – Not 2 Shabby
    8:00 pm-10:30 pm
    2020.07.15

    Book here: tinyurl.com/srmpj9c
    Savoy Hotel presents for the first time: “Not 2 Shabby” a local duo covering songs from 1960s to present day with their own twists.
    A delicious set menu is available starting at £23

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  • PEOPLE MAKE JERSEY
    10:00 am-4:00 pm
    2020.07.22-2020.12.31

    Every Jersey resident has an immigration story – whether their family came here 500 years or five years ago. This exhibition explores some of these stories and the ways in which immigration has shaped and influenced the Island we know today

    Jersey’s first permanent settlers arrived around 7,000 years ago. They were driven by a changing climate to seek a new and sheltered place where they could plant their crops and raise their families. Since that time, waves of immigrants have arrived in Jersey.

    Some were fleeing religious or political persecution and they found refuge in this Island. Others were economic migrants seeking a better way of life for themselves and their families, from retired English army officers in the 19th century to Breton farm workers in the early 20th century.

    Normal entry fee applies, Jersey Heritage Members go FREE.

  • Live Music – Jessica Lloyd
    8:00 pm-10:00 pm
    2020.07.22

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

    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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  • Plemont Uncovered Walk
    1:30 pm-3:30 pm
    2020.07.23

    A lovely walk around the headland at Plemont before a walk to the beach to explore the caves and rock pools

    We will start with a brief exploration of the headland now returned to nature thanks to the National Trust and then walk down on to the beach to explore the rock pools and 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. This walk is two and a half hours. Children welcome but must be accompanied by an adult.

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  • PEOPLE MAKE JERSEY
    10:00 am-4:00 pm
    2020.07.29-2020.12.31

    Every Jersey resident has an immigration story – whether their family came here 500 years or five years ago. This exhibition explores some of these stories and the ways in which immigration has shaped and influenced the Island we know today

    Jersey’s first permanent settlers arrived around 7,000 years ago. They were driven by a changing climate to seek a new and sheltered place where they could plant their crops and raise their families. Since that time, waves of immigrants have arrived in Jersey.

    Some were fleeing religious or political persecution and they found refuge in this Island. Others were economic migrants seeking a better way of life for themselves and their families, from retired English army officers in the 19th century to Breton farm workers in the early 20th century.

    Normal entry fee applies, Jersey Heritage Members go FREE.

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  • Climate Change is Nothing New
    9:00 am-11:00 am
    2020.07.30

    A stunning walk on the west coast looking at the geological features which show us that sea level and climate change is nothing new…

    Starting at L’Etacq, your guide Nicky Mansell will be looking at the features which show that sea level and climate change is nothing new and the Anthropocene (the age of man) is upon us. Nicky will start by examining a major geological boundary marking over 200 million years of rock formation. We will also see bunkers and guns from the Occupation in WWII, one of Jerseys Mesolithic sites at Canal du Scez and finally The Pinnacle, an amazing natural menhir with Neolithic, chalcolithic and Roman remains. From here we will return to L’Etacq. Good walking footwear essential. This will be between 2 and 3 hours long

  • JIMMY CARR : TERRIBLY FUNNY
    8:00 pm-10:00 pm
    2020.07.30

    DATES & TIMES:Thursday 30th July and Friday 31st July

    PRICE: £29.50 AGE REGISTRICTION: Over 18

    Jimmy’s brand new show contains jokes about all kinds of terrible things.
    Terrible things that might have affected you or people you know and love.
    But they’re just jokes – they are not the terrible things.
    Having political correctness at a comedy show is like having health and safety at a rodeo. 

    Now you’ve been warned, buy a ticket
    ON SALE NOW!

    For Thursday 30th July: BOOK HERE   SOME TICKETS STILL REMAINING

    For Friday 31st July:  BOOK HERE  -SORRY-SOLD OUT

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