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  • Silver Sunday
    11:00 am-4:00 pm
    2020.10.04

    To celebrate Silver Sunday, our wonderful volunteer guides will be offering special guided tours of Hamptonne Country Life Museum.

    Tours are aimed at those aged 65 plus and must be pre-booked. Numbers will be limited to eight people per tour.

  • Learn to Hula Hooping workshop 2-4pm Communicare
    2:00 pm-4:00 pm
    2020.10.04

    We’re back with another fabulous fun Hooping Workshop. If you came to the last one, great come again but new beginners are also very welcome. You will learn to hula hoop on your waist and in your hands along with ways to move between the two.
    Whether you’re after a fun afternoon workout, a new skill, a mindful way to de-stress or just want to learn something different, hooping has something for everyone.
    This workshop is the first of several to be held in October and November. You can come along to just one or continue learning more over the weeks.
    It is suitable for all abilities and ages 12 and above. Perhaps you remember hooping as a child and would love to give it a try, or you have some hooping experience this workshop will suit you all.
    The 2 hour session will be broken down in sections to explain, demonstrate, practice & play with plenty of breaks to rest.
    Everyone learns at their own pace in a safe non-judgemental environment.
    Its all about having fun.
    Hooping is low impact so less strain on knees, hips and backs.
    **Cost – £20.00 in advance
    Payment via the Paypal link 
    Ref Hoop workshop & your name
    Please also Email [email protected] to confirm you have booked
    ** or email to book and ask for other payment methods
    [email protected]
    ++Booking essential as numbers are restricted to Jersey Government Covid-19 guidelines
    Once you’ve booked your place I will need to keep your contact details for 21 days for Covid-19 track & trace.
    If you own your own hoop bring it, otherwise all hoops provided will be sanitised prior to use on the day.
    Hand gel will be provided to use on arrival and you will naturally be socially distancing when you are hooping.
    “Hoop to stay fit, stay fit to Hoop”
    I can’t wait to get hooping with you all in person again.
    Hoopy hugs
    Hels x
  • Live Music – Steve McVay & Friends
    8:00 pm-10:30 pm
    2020.10.04

    Live Music NIght here at The Savoy Hotel Jersey.
    Book here tinyurl.com/srmpj9c
    Steve McVay and his guests will amaze you with different styles and genres throughout his amazing performance.
    Full menu available and also Channel Islands Largest Gin selection

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  • Christmas Chutney Making at The Elms
    5:00 pm-8:00 pm
    2020.10.06

    Christmas Preserves with Lesley Garton from The Chilli Kitchen
    Christmas Chutney Making…..
    It takes up to 8 – 10 weeks to mature a Chutney

    Christmas Chutney Making…..

    It takes up to 8 – 10 weeks to mature a Chutney, the theme will be Christmas Table with a modern twist!

    Join Lesley and learn how to make wonderful winter preserves with harvest bounty such as blackberries and rhubarb for your larder and just in time for Christmas. Enjoy a light cheese and wine supper and a tot of Sloe gin in the wonderful old Pressoir at The Elms.

    Meeting Point: The Elms

    Price: £20 Members; £30 Non-Members

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  • PEOPLE MAKE JERSEY
    10:00 am-4:00 pm
    2020.10.07-2020.12.31

    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.

  • LA HOUGUE BIE TOUR
    10:45 am-11:45 am
    2020.10.07-2020.10.31

    Take a free tour of La Hougue Bie with one of our fantastic tour guides and learn about the history of La Hougue Bie.

    All tours are free, but normal admission prices apply. Tours may take longer than one hour.

    Mondays – Meet guide Sheila Ponomarenko at 10.45am or John Ponomarenko at 2pm

    Tuesdays – Meet guide Edward Le Couteur at 10.45am

    Wednesdays – Meet guide Aurélie Veyret at 10.45am (no tour on 26 August or 2 September)

    Thursdays – Meet guide Annette Lowe at 10.45am

    Saturdays – Meet guide Sarah Kitchin at 10.45am

  • Christmas Chutney Making at The Elms
    5:00 pm-8:00 pm
    2020.10.07

    Christmas Preserves with Lesley Garton from The Chilli Kitchen
    Christmas Chutney Making…..
    It takes up to 8 – 10 weeks to mature a Chutney

    Christmas Chutney Making…..

    It takes up to 8 – 10 weeks to mature a Chutney, the theme will be Christmas Table with a modern twist!

    Join Lesley and learn how to make wonderful winter preserves with harvest bounty such as blackberries and rhubarb for your larder and just in time for Christmas. Enjoy a light cheese and wine supper and a tot of Sloe gin in the wonderful old Pressoir at The Elms.

    Meeting Point: The Elms

    Price: £20 Members; £30 Non-Members

  • Live Music – Nic Dinnie
    8:00 pm-10:30 pm
    2020.10.07

    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

  • LINK GALLERY EXHIBITIONS
    All day
    2020.10.07-2020.10.31

    In 2019 Anna travelling through the breathtaking country of Nepal and was astounded by the beauty of the country and the people who called it home. She fell in love straight away and knew there was something there that she wanted to capture.  This exhibition is a visual display of people and communities that have a story to be shared.

    50% of all profit that is made through this exhibition, either by selling prints of images, or photo books, will be given to the business that Anna worked alongside in Nepal. This business is called Five14 and is an Adventure company that aims at preventing exploitation through ethical business.

    ABOUT THE ARTIST

    My name is Anna Houiellebecq and I use my skills in photography to document the people and places I see throughout my travels. I love meeting and getting to know people from different backgrounds and cultures, and believe they all have something powerful and unique to share. My aim with photography is to become a story teller. I strive to see the beauty in the places and people that I meet, and to listen and to learn from my experiences. I want to use my love of photography to give a voice to those who don’t have the opportunity to use theirs. I take a very artistic approach to my images and believe I have a very unique way of capturing the world. I am a visionary, capturing the truth, the beauty, the spirit and the unknown.

  • More events
    • PEOPLE MAKE JERSEY
      10:00 am-4:00 pm
      2020.10.07-2020.12.31

      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.

    • LA HOUGUE BIE TOUR
      10:45 am-11:45 am
      2020.10.07-2020.10.31

      Take a free tour of La Hougue Bie with one of our fantastic tour guides and learn about the history of La Hougue Bie.

      All tours are free, but normal admission prices apply. Tours may take longer than one hour.

      Mondays – Meet guide Sheila Ponomarenko at 10.45am or John Ponomarenko at 2pm

      Tuesdays – Meet guide Edward Le Couteur at 10.45am

      Wednesdays – Meet guide Aurélie Veyret at 10.45am (no tour on 26 August or 2 September)

      Thursdays – Meet guide Annette Lowe at 10.45am

      Saturdays – Meet guide Sarah Kitchin at 10.45am

    • Christmas Chutney Making at The Elms
      5:00 pm-8:00 pm
      2020.10.07
      Christmas Preserves with Lesley Garton from The Chilli Kitchen
      Christmas Chutney Making…..
      It takes up to 8 – 10 weeks to mature a Chutney

      Christmas Chutney Making…..

      It takes up to 8 – 10 weeks to mature a Chutney, the theme will be Christmas Table with a modern twist!

      Join Lesley and learn how to make wonderful winter preserves with harvest bounty such as blackberries and rhubarb for your larder and just in time for Christmas. Enjoy a light cheese and wine supper and a tot of Sloe gin in the wonderful old Pressoir at The Elms.

      Meeting Point: The Elms

      Price: £20 Members; £30 Non-Members

    • Live Music - Nic Dinnie
      8:00 pm-10:30 pm
      2020.10.07

      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

    • LINK GALLERY EXHIBITIONS
      All day
      2020.10.07-2020.10.31

      In 2019 Anna travelling through the breathtaking country of Nepal and was astounded by the beauty of the country and the people who called it home. She fell in love straight away and knew there was something there that she wanted to capture.  This exhibition is a visual display of people and communities that have a story to be shared.

      50% of all profit that is made through this exhibition, either by selling prints of images, or photo books, will be given to the business that Anna worked alongside in Nepal. This business is called Five14 and is an Adventure company that aims at preventing exploitation through ethical business.

      ABOUT THE ARTIST

      My name is Anna Houiellebecq and I use my skills in photography to document the people and places I see throughout my travels. I love meeting and getting to know people from different backgrounds and cultures, and believe they all have something powerful and unique to share. My aim with photography is to become a story teller. I strive to see the beauty in the places and people that I meet, and to listen and to learn from my experiences. I want to use my love of photography to give a voice to those who don’t have the opportunity to use theirs. I take a very artistic approach to my images and believe I have a very unique way of capturing the world. I am a visionary, capturing the truth, the beauty, the spirit and the unknown.

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  • Apple Apprentice – Apple Picking NOW FULL
    10:00 am-4:00 pm
    2020.10.10

    Cider making is at the very heart of La Faîs’sie d’Cidre, preserving Jersey’s rich Heritage of cider production, and providing opportunities for community involvement so the tradition is able to continue into the future.

    Thank you to everyone who contacted us to take part, your support has been amazing.  For this year,  both apple picking days are now full.

  • Take a tour of Elizabeth Castle with one of our guides
    10:45 am-3:00 pm
    2020.10.10-2020.10.31

    Take a free tour of Elizabeth Castle with one of our fantastic tour guides and learn about the history of the Castle.

    All tours are free, but normal admission prices apply. Tours may take longer than one hour.

    Mondays –  Meet guide Susan Corbel at 10.45am or at 2pm

    Tuesdays – Meet guide Tracey Radford at 10.45am or guide Daphne Aubert at 1.30pm

    Wednesdays – Meet guide Janet Wicks at 11am or Luke Davis at 2pm

    Thursdays – Meet guide Christine Herbert at 10.45am

    Fridays – Meet guide Juliette White at 11am and again at 2pm

    Saturdays – Meet guide Janet Wicks at 11am and Michelle Hervieu at 2pm

    Sunday – 23 August at 2pm with Luke Davis

  • 10k Starlight Walk or join our Virtual Event – Anytime Anywhere!
    5:30 pm-9:30 pm
    2020.10.10

    VIRTUAL EVENT ‘ANYTIME, ANYWHERE’ INFO (actual event info further below)
    We’ve sadly had to cancel our Starlight Ball which was fundraising for the Maternity Bereavement Suite. We’re still aiming to meet this target so from today we are offering our 10km walk as a Virtual Event – Anytime, Anywhere!
    Can’t do 10km, or do it in a day? Don’t worry, we really appreciate your support nonetheless, do what you can! Register for a Virtual Event ‘Anytime, Anywhere’ ticket and walk – or run – anytime you choose before or after the official event and claim your medal. Children still participate for free, although any sponsorship would be great!
    Please remember to stay safe and follow government guidelines regarding safety and physical distancing, which can be found here. We’d also love to see you and where you walked! If you’d like to share a photo you can tag us on #pfstarlightwalk , email it to us or join our 10km Starlight Walk Facebook Group.
    Or join us on 10th October, when we are walking 10 km in memory of our babies and children to:-
    – raise awareness for Baby Loss Awareness Week 9 – 15th October
    – raise funds to support bereaved parents who lose a baby or child
    Every step really does make a difference and every donation helps the charity to support bereaved parents, this year more than ever.
    Peer support can be a real lifeline when you are affected by the loss of a baby or child. Bereavement counselling offers a different, yet still vital service. From 2020, the charity began giving an annual grant to Jersey Hospice Care Emotional and Bereavement Service, in respect of support given to bereaved parents or parents who are facing the loss of their baby or child.
    YOUR amazing support made this happen!
    Funds raised in 2020 will go towards this annual grant and towards existing fundraising to refurbish the Maternity Bereavement Suite , which is being relocated within Maternity.
    Thank you so much, without your support we could not make this happen.
    * * *
    SATURDAY 10 OCTOBER 2020 INFORMATION
    £10 per adult, children are free but please register them so we can keep track of numbers for insurance purposes.
    If you’re not up to the whole 10km – please join us anyway and walk what you can!
    Pre-registration preferred but you are also welcome to just turn up on the day. If you are able to raise even a little in sponsorship that would be amazing.
    Start: 17:30-19:00
    Finish: 21:30
    From Les Jardins, Waterfront to St Aubin and back.
    Everyone is welcome, adults, children, dogs, buggies and scooters!
    If you’d like to help in any way please contact us for volunteer and sponsorship opportunities.
    We will review government advice regarding Covid-19 nearer the time and adjust as necessary to mitigate risk
    * * *
    Our thanks to the Technical Team who for the 5th year running will light the Fort Regent dome PINK and BLUE in memory of our babies.
    As well as PINK and BLUE – we’re also going GREEN!
    We will not be offering t-shirts with registration as we know so many end up in the back of a wardrobe!
    Please bring your refillable bottles, Jersey Water have kindly given us a water station at St Aubin.
    Single use glow sticks contain chemicals, glass and plastic and cannot be recycled. But – DON’T PANIC – we still want it to be fun in the dark so we’ll give you a flashing, multicoloured LED glow stick
    Once you have completed your walk you are free to keep it OR you could always donate it back to us to re-use next year.
  • LIONEL – THE MUSIC OF LIONEL RICHIE
    8:00 pm-10:00 pm
    2020.10.10

    Following his recent appearances with Lionel Richie himself on ITV’s ‘Sunday Night At The Palladium’ and the ‘Graham Norton Show’ for the BBC, Malcolm Pitt delivers a powerhouse and breathtaking performance in this high octane show celebrating the music of Lionel Richie and the Commodores. This award winning five star production also features a stellar line-up of world class musicians including musical director, Jonny Miller from Talon.

    ‘Dancing On The Ceiling’, ‘Hello’, ‘Three Times A Lady’,

     ‘Easy’, ‘All Night Long’ and many more…

    ***** “I CLOSE MY EYES AND IT’S LIONEL” ROGER UPRIGHT

    Ex Western European Manager of MOTOWN

    CONCERT SOUND; CRAIG WAINWRIGHT

    LIGHTING DESIGN; PAUL GILBERT

    MUSICAL DIRECTION; JONNY MILLER

    PRODUCED BY CHRIS LLOYD & PETER ANDERSON

     lioneltribute.co.uk

    Tickets

    Full: £23.50

    Performance Time: 8pm

  • More events
    • Apple Apprentice - Apple Picking NOW FULL
      10:00 am-4:00 pm
      2020.10.10

      Cider making is at the very heart of La Faîs’sie d’Cidre, preserving Jersey’s rich Heritage of cider production, and providing opportunities for community involvement so the tradition is able to continue into the future.

      Thank you to everyone who contacted us to take part, your support has been amazing.  For this year,  both apple picking days are now full.

    • Take a tour of Elizabeth Castle with one of our guides
      10:45 am-3:00 pm
      2020.10.10-2020.10.31

      Take a free tour of Elizabeth Castle with one of our fantastic tour guides and learn about the history of the Castle.

      All tours are free, but normal admission prices apply. Tours may take longer than one hour.

      Mondays –  Meet guide Susan Corbel at 10.45am or at 2pm

      Tuesdays – Meet guide Tracey Radford at 10.45am or guide Daphne Aubert at 1.30pm

      Wednesdays – Meet guide Janet Wicks at 11am or Luke Davis at 2pm

      Thursdays – Meet guide Christine Herbert at 10.45am

      Fridays – Meet guide Juliette White at 11am and again at 2pm

      Saturdays – Meet guide Janet Wicks at 11am and Michelle Hervieu at 2pm

      Sunday – 23 August at 2pm with Luke Davis

    • 10k Starlight Walk or join our Virtual Event - Anytime Anywhere!
      5:30 pm-9:30 pm
      2020.10.10
      VIRTUAL EVENT ‘ANYTIME, ANYWHERE’ INFO (actual event info further below)
      We’ve sadly had to cancel our Starlight Ball which was fundraising for the Maternity Bereavement Suite. We’re still aiming to meet this target so from today we are offering our 10km walk as a Virtual Event – Anytime, Anywhere!
      Can’t do 10km, or do it in a day? Don’t worry, we really appreciate your support nonetheless, do what you can! Register for a Virtual Event ‘Anytime, Anywhere’ ticket and walk – or run – anytime you choose before or after the official event and claim your medal. Children still participate for free, although any sponsorship would be great!
      Please remember to stay safe and follow government guidelines regarding safety and physical distancing, which can be found here. We’d also love to see you and where you walked! If you’d like to share a photo you can tag us on #pfstarlightwalk , email it to us or join our 10km Starlight Walk Facebook Group.
      Or join us on 10th October, when we are walking 10 km in memory of our babies and children to:-
      – raise awareness for Baby Loss Awareness Week 9 – 15th October
      – raise funds to support bereaved parents who lose a baby or child
      Every step really does make a difference and every donation helps the charity to support bereaved parents, this year more than ever.
      Peer support can be a real lifeline when you are affected by the loss of a baby or child. Bereavement counselling offers a different, yet still vital service. From 2020, the charity began giving an annual grant to Jersey Hospice Care Emotional and Bereavement Service, in respect of support given to bereaved parents or parents who are facing the loss of their baby or child.
      YOUR amazing support made this happen!
      Funds raised in 2020 will go towards this annual grant and towards existing fundraising to refurbish the Maternity Bereavement Suite , which is being relocated within Maternity.
      Thank you so much, without your support we could not make this happen.
      * * *
      SATURDAY 10 OCTOBER 2020 INFORMATION
      £10 per adult, children are free but please register them so we can keep track of numbers for insurance purposes.
      If you’re not up to the whole 10km – please join us anyway and walk what you can!
      Pre-registration preferred but you are also welcome to just turn up on the day. If you are able to raise even a little in sponsorship that would be amazing.
      Start: 17:30-19:00
      Finish: 21:30
      From Les Jardins, Waterfront to St Aubin and back.
      Everyone is welcome, adults, children, dogs, buggies and scooters!
      If you’d like to help in any way please contact us for volunteer and sponsorship opportunities.
      We will review government advice regarding Covid-19 nearer the time and adjust as necessary to mitigate risk
      * * *
      Our thanks to the Technical Team who for the 5th year running will light the Fort Regent dome PINK and BLUE in memory of our babies.
      As well as PINK and BLUE – we’re also going GREEN!
      We will not be offering t-shirts with registration as we know so many end up in the back of a wardrobe!
      Please bring your refillable bottles, Jersey Water have kindly given us a water station at St Aubin.
      Single use glow sticks contain chemicals, glass and plastic and cannot be recycled. But – DON’T PANIC – we still want it to be fun in the dark so we’ll give you a flashing, multicoloured LED glow stick
      Once you have completed your walk you are free to keep it OR you could always donate it back to us to re-use next year.
    • LIONEL – THE MUSIC OF LIONEL RICHIE
      8:00 pm-10:00 pm
      2020.10.10

      Following his recent appearances with Lionel Richie himself on ITV’s ‘Sunday Night At The Palladium’ and the ‘Graham Norton Show’ for the BBC, Malcolm Pitt delivers a powerhouse and breathtaking performance in this high octane show celebrating the music of Lionel Richie and the Commodores. This award winning five star production also features a stellar line-up of world class musicians including musical director, Jonny Miller from Talon.

      ‘Dancing On The Ceiling’, ‘Hello’, ‘Three Times A Lady’,

       ‘Easy’, ‘All Night Long’ and many more…

      ***** “I CLOSE MY EYES AND IT’S LIONEL” ROGER UPRIGHT

      Ex Western European Manager of MOTOWN

      CONCERT SOUND; CRAIG WAINWRIGHT

      LIGHTING DESIGN; PAUL GILBERT

      MUSICAL DIRECTION; JONNY MILLER

      PRODUCED BY CHRIS LLOYD & PETER ANDERSON

       lioneltribute.co.uk

      Tickets

      Full: £23.50

      Performance Time: 8pm

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  • LINK GALLERY EXHIBITIONS
    All day
    2020.10.14-2020.10.31

    In 2019 Anna travelling through the breathtaking country of Nepal and was astounded by the beauty of the country and the people who called it home. She fell in love straight away and knew there was something there that she wanted to capture.  This exhibition is a visual display of people and communities that have a story to be shared.

    50% of all profit that is made through this exhibition, either by selling prints of images, or photo books, will be given to the business that Anna worked alongside in Nepal. This business is called Five14 and is an Adventure company that aims at preventing exploitation through ethical business.

    ABOUT THE ARTIST

    My name is Anna Houiellebecq and I use my skills in photography to document the people and places I see throughout my travels. I love meeting and getting to know people from different backgrounds and cultures, and believe they all have something powerful and unique to share. My aim with photography is to become a story teller. I strive to see the beauty in the places and people that I meet, and to listen and to learn from my experiences. I want to use my love of photography to give a voice to those who don’t have the opportunity to use theirs. I take a very artistic approach to my images and believe I have a very unique way of capturing the world. I am a visionary, capturing the truth, the beauty, the spirit and the unknown.

  • PEOPLE MAKE JERSEY
    10:00 am-4:00 pm
    2020.10.14-2020.12.31

    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.

  • LA HOUGUE BIE TOUR
    10:45 am-11:45 am
    2020.10.14-2020.10.31

    Take a free tour of La Hougue Bie with one of our fantastic tour guides and learn about the history of La Hougue Bie.

    All tours are free, but normal admission prices apply. Tours may take longer than one hour.

    Mondays – Meet guide Sheila Ponomarenko at 10.45am or John Ponomarenko at 2pm

    Tuesdays – Meet guide Edward Le Couteur at 10.45am

    Wednesdays – Meet guide Aurélie Veyret at 10.45am (no tour on 26 August or 2 September)

    Thursdays – Meet guide Annette Lowe at 10.45am

    Saturdays – Meet guide Sarah Kitchin at 10.45am

  • Live Music – Jessica Lloyd
    8:00 pm-10:30 pm
    2020.10.14

    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.
    or contact us: 727521
  • More events
    • LINK GALLERY EXHIBITIONS
      All day
      2020.10.14-2020.10.31

      In 2019 Anna travelling through the breathtaking country of Nepal and was astounded by the beauty of the country and the people who called it home. She fell in love straight away and knew there was something there that she wanted to capture.  This exhibition is a visual display of people and communities that have a story to be shared.

      50% of all profit that is made through this exhibition, either by selling prints of images, or photo books, will be given to the business that Anna worked alongside in Nepal. This business is called Five14 and is an Adventure company that aims at preventing exploitation through ethical business.

      ABOUT THE ARTIST

      My name is Anna Houiellebecq and I use my skills in photography to document the people and places I see throughout my travels. I love meeting and getting to know people from different backgrounds and cultures, and believe they all have something powerful and unique to share. My aim with photography is to become a story teller. I strive to see the beauty in the places and people that I meet, and to listen and to learn from my experiences. I want to use my love of photography to give a voice to those who don’t have the opportunity to use theirs. I take a very artistic approach to my images and believe I have a very unique way of capturing the world. I am a visionary, capturing the truth, the beauty, the spirit and the unknown.

    • PEOPLE MAKE JERSEY
      10:00 am-4:00 pm
      2020.10.14-2020.12.31

      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.

    • LA HOUGUE BIE TOUR
      10:45 am-11:45 am
      2020.10.14-2020.10.31

      Take a free tour of La Hougue Bie with one of our fantastic tour guides and learn about the history of La Hougue Bie.

      All tours are free, but normal admission prices apply. Tours may take longer than one hour.

      Mondays – Meet guide Sheila Ponomarenko at 10.45am or John Ponomarenko at 2pm

      Tuesdays – Meet guide Edward Le Couteur at 10.45am

      Wednesdays – Meet guide Aurélie Veyret at 10.45am (no tour on 26 August or 2 September)

      Thursdays – Meet guide Annette Lowe at 10.45am

      Saturdays – Meet guide Sarah Kitchin at 10.45am

    • Live Music - Jessica Lloyd
      8:00 pm-10:30 pm
      2020.10.14
      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.
      or contact us: 727521
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  • LA FAÎS’SIE D’CIDRE – CIDER FESTIVAL
    10:00 am-3:00 pm
    2020.10.17-2020.10.18

    For this year only we’re celebrating cider-making in a different way.  La Faîs’sie d’Cidre is all about the apples and the annual apple picking and cider making continues despite Covid-19. Cider making is at the very heart of La Faîs’sie d’Cidre and to celebrate Jersey’s rich Heritage of apple growing and cider production our cider-making volunteers will be working hard behind the scenes to ensure that you have something to taste at La Faîs’sie d’Cidre 2021.

    This year, come and support the cider-makers, watch them at work and see first-hand our Island tradition of cider-making.   We’re hosting small groups of under 20 people in one-hour sessions which are now FULLY BOOKED.

    Jersey Heritage Members receive free entry, please bring your Membership key fob with you,

    Non-Members will be charged normal entry fee upon arrival and must also book all members of the group in advance.

    Your time on-site is limited to one hour.

    Parking is available in the Hamptonne Country Life car park.

  • Take a tour of Elizabeth Castle with one of our guides
    10:45 am-3:00 pm
    2020.10.17-2020.10.31

    Take a free tour of Elizabeth Castle with one of our fantastic tour guides and learn about the history of the Castle.

    All tours are free, but normal admission prices apply. Tours may take longer than one hour.

    Mondays –  Meet guide Susan Corbel at 10.45am or at 2pm

    Tuesdays – Meet guide Tracey Radford at 10.45am or guide Daphne Aubert at 1.30pm

    Wednesdays – Meet guide Janet Wicks at 11am or Luke Davis at 2pm

    Thursdays – Meet guide Christine Herbert at 10.45am

    Fridays – Meet guide Juliette White at 11am and again at 2pm

    Saturdays – Meet guide Janet Wicks at 11am and Michelle Hervieu at 2pm

    Sunday – 23 August at 2pm with Luke Davis

  • Learn to Hula Hooping workshop 2-4pm Communicare
    2:00 pm-4:00 pm
    2020.10.17

    We’re back with another fabulous fun Hooping Workshop.
    Sat 17th Oct 2-4pm Communicare Youth centre.
    Suitable for complete beginners but If you’ve been before, thanks and please feel free to come again and learn lots more new moves.
    During this 2 hour workshop you will learn to hoop on your waist and in your hands along with ways to move between the two.
    Whether you’re after a fun afternoon workout, a new skill, a mindful way to destress or just want to learn something different, hooping has something for everyone.
    This workshop is the 3rd of several to continue through October & November. You can come along to just one or continue learning more over the weeks.
    It is suitable for all abilities and ages 12 and above. Perhaps you remember hooping as a child and would love to give it a try, or you have some hooping experience this workshop will suit you all.
    The 2 hour session will be broken down in sections to explain, demonstrate, practice & play with plenty of breaks to rest.
    Everyone learns at their own pace in a safe non-judgemental environment.
    Its all about having fun.
    Hooping is low impact so less strain on knees, hips and backs.
    **Cost – £20.00 in advance
    Payment via the Paypal account [email protected]
    Use the link above with the
    Ref Hoop workshop & your name
    Please also Email [email protected] to confirm you have booked
    ** If you don’t have access to paypal you can email for other payment methods to
    [email protected]
    ++Booking essential as numbers are restricted to Jersey Government Covid-19 guidelines
    Once you’ve booked your place I will need to keep your contact details for 21 days for Covid-19 track & trace.
    If you own your own hoop bring it, otherwise all hoops provided will be sanitised prior to use on the day.
    Hand gel will be provided to use on arrival and you will naturally be socially distancing when you are hooping.
    “Hoop to stay fit, stay fit to Hoop”
    I can’t wait to get hooping with you all in person again.
    Hoopy hugs
    Hels x
  • Live Music – Alegria
    8:00 pm-10:30 pm
    2020.10.17

    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.
    Full food menu available.
    Please Book Now – T.727521 or book online
  • More events
    • LA FAÎS’SIE D’CIDRE - CIDER FESTIVAL
      10:00 am-3:00 pm
      2020.10.17-2020.10.18

      For this year only we’re celebrating cider-making in a different way.  La Faîs’sie d’Cidre is all about the apples and the annual apple picking and cider making continues despite Covid-19. Cider making is at the very heart of La Faîs’sie d’Cidre and to celebrate Jersey’s rich Heritage of apple growing and cider production our cider-making volunteers will be working hard behind the scenes to ensure that you have something to taste at La Faîs’sie d’Cidre 2021.

      This year, come and support the cider-makers, watch them at work and see first-hand our Island tradition of cider-making.   We’re hosting small groups of under 20 people in one-hour sessions which are now FULLY BOOKED.

      Jersey Heritage Members receive free entry, please bring your Membership key fob with you,

      Non-Members will be charged normal entry fee upon arrival and must also book all members of the group in advance.

      Your time on-site is limited to one hour.

      Parking is available in the Hamptonne Country Life car park.

    • Take a tour of Elizabeth Castle with one of our guides
      10:45 am-3:00 pm
      2020.10.17-2020.10.31

      Take a free tour of Elizabeth Castle with one of our fantastic tour guides and learn about the history of the Castle.

      All tours are free, but normal admission prices apply. Tours may take longer than one hour.

      Mondays –  Meet guide Susan Corbel at 10.45am or at 2pm

      Tuesdays – Meet guide Tracey Radford at 10.45am or guide Daphne Aubert at 1.30pm

      Wednesdays – Meet guide Janet Wicks at 11am or Luke Davis at 2pm

      Thursdays – Meet guide Christine Herbert at 10.45am

      Fridays – Meet guide Juliette White at 11am and again at 2pm

      Saturdays – Meet guide Janet Wicks at 11am and Michelle Hervieu at 2pm

      Sunday – 23 August at 2pm with Luke Davis

    • Learn to Hula Hooping workshop 2-4pm Communicare
      2:00 pm-4:00 pm
      2020.10.17
      We’re back with another fabulous fun Hooping Workshop.
      Sat 17th Oct 2-4pm Communicare Youth centre.
      Suitable for complete beginners but If you’ve been before, thanks and please feel free to come again and learn lots more new moves.
      During this 2 hour workshop you will learn to hoop on your waist and in your hands along with ways to move between the two.
      Whether you’re after a fun afternoon workout, a new skill, a mindful way to destress or just want to learn something different, hooping has something for everyone.
      This workshop is the 3rd of several to continue through October & November. You can come along to just one or continue learning more over the weeks.
      It is suitable for all abilities and ages 12 and above. Perhaps you remember hooping as a child and would love to give it a try, or you have some hooping experience this workshop will suit you all.
      The 2 hour session will be broken down in sections to explain, demonstrate, practice & play with plenty of breaks to rest.
      Everyone learns at their own pace in a safe non-judgemental environment.
      Its all about having fun.
      Hooping is low impact so less strain on knees, hips and backs.
      **Cost – £20.00 in advance
      Payment via the Paypal account [email protected]
      Use the link above with the
      Ref Hoop workshop & your name
      Please also Email [email protected] to confirm you have booked
      ** If you don’t have access to paypal you can email for other payment methods to
      [email protected]
      ++Booking essential as numbers are restricted to Jersey Government Covid-19 guidelines
      Once you’ve booked your place I will need to keep your contact details for 21 days for Covid-19 track & trace.
      If you own your own hoop bring it, otherwise all hoops provided will be sanitised prior to use on the day.
      Hand gel will be provided to use on arrival and you will naturally be socially distancing when you are hooping.
      “Hoop to stay fit, stay fit to Hoop”
      I can’t wait to get hooping with you all in person again.
      Hoopy hugs
      Hels x
    • Live Music - Alegria
      8:00 pm-10:30 pm
      2020.10.17
      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.
      Full food menu available.
      Please Book Now – T.727521 or book online
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  • LINK GALLERY EXHIBITIONS
    All day
    2020.10.21-2020.10.31

    In 2019 Anna travelling through the breathtaking country of Nepal and was astounded by the beauty of the country and the people who called it home. She fell in love straight away and knew there was something there that she wanted to capture.  This exhibition is a visual display of people and communities that have a story to be shared.

    50% of all profit that is made through this exhibition, either by selling prints of images, or photo books, will be given to the business that Anna worked alongside in Nepal. This business is called Five14 and is an Adventure company that aims at preventing exploitation through ethical business.

    ABOUT THE ARTIST

    My name is Anna Houiellebecq and I use my skills in photography to document the people and places I see throughout my travels. I love meeting and getting to know people from different backgrounds and cultures, and believe they all have something powerful and unique to share. My aim with photography is to become a story teller. I strive to see the beauty in the places and people that I meet, and to listen and to learn from my experiences. I want to use my love of photography to give a voice to those who don’t have the opportunity to use theirs. I take a very artistic approach to my images and believe I have a very unique way of capturing the world. I am a visionary, capturing the truth, the beauty, the spirit and the unknown.

  • PEOPLE MAKE JERSEY
    10:00 am-4:00 pm
    2020.10.21-2020.12.31

    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.

  • LA HOUGUE BIE TOUR
    10:45 am-11:45 am
    2020.10.21-2020.10.31

    Take a free tour of La Hougue Bie with one of our fantastic tour guides and learn about the history of La Hougue Bie.

    All tours are free, but normal admission prices apply. Tours may take longer than one hour.

    Mondays – Meet guide Sheila Ponomarenko at 10.45am or John Ponomarenko at 2pm

    Tuesdays – Meet guide Edward Le Couteur at 10.45am

    Wednesdays – Meet guide Aurélie Veyret at 10.45am (no tour on 26 August or 2 September)

    Thursdays – Meet guide Annette Lowe at 10.45am

    Saturdays – Meet guide Sarah Kitchin at 10.45am

  • Live Music – Not 2 Shabby
    8:00 pm-10:30 pm
    2020.10.21

    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

  • More events
    • LINK GALLERY EXHIBITIONS
      All day
      2020.10.21-2020.10.31

      In 2019 Anna travelling through the breathtaking country of Nepal and was astounded by the beauty of the country and the people who called it home. She fell in love straight away and knew there was something there that she wanted to capture.  This exhibition is a visual display of people and communities that have a story to be shared.

      50% of all profit that is made through this exhibition, either by selling prints of images, or photo books, will be given to the business that Anna worked alongside in Nepal. This business is called Five14 and is an Adventure company that aims at preventing exploitation through ethical business.

      ABOUT THE ARTIST

      My name is Anna Houiellebecq and I use my skills in photography to document the people and places I see throughout my travels. I love meeting and getting to know people from different backgrounds and cultures, and believe they all have something powerful and unique to share. My aim with photography is to become a story teller. I strive to see the beauty in the places and people that I meet, and to listen and to learn from my experiences. I want to use my love of photography to give a voice to those who don’t have the opportunity to use theirs. I take a very artistic approach to my images and believe I have a very unique way of capturing the world. I am a visionary, capturing the truth, the beauty, the spirit and the unknown.

    • PEOPLE MAKE JERSEY
      10:00 am-4:00 pm
      2020.10.21-2020.12.31

      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.

    • LA HOUGUE BIE TOUR
      10:45 am-11:45 am
      2020.10.21-2020.10.31

      Take a free tour of La Hougue Bie with one of our fantastic tour guides and learn about the history of La Hougue Bie.

      All tours are free, but normal admission prices apply. Tours may take longer than one hour.

      Mondays – Meet guide Sheila Ponomarenko at 10.45am or John Ponomarenko at 2pm

      Tuesdays – Meet guide Edward Le Couteur at 10.45am

      Wednesdays – Meet guide Aurélie Veyret at 10.45am (no tour on 26 August or 2 September)

      Thursdays – Meet guide Annette Lowe at 10.45am

      Saturdays – Meet guide Sarah Kitchin at 10.45am

    • Live Music - Not 2 Shabby
      8:00 pm-10:30 pm
      2020.10.21

      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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  • Awaken-Heal-Transform Workshop in Jersey
    9:45 am-12:30 pm
    2020.10.25

    St Peters Youth & Community Centre, La Rue des Fosses, St Peter
    In your adult life have you ever looked in the mirror and thought, “I just want to be happy”?
    Well you can be… Think of that future self, who is she/he.. do you want to meet them today? It’s going to be a beautiful transformation.
    You may not even realise this, but your thoughts could be holding you back.
    Change those thoughts and TRANSFORM your life.
    So it’s now time to take back control.💕
    In this workshop you will be using proven and effective, simple, cleansing, healing techniques to help you release those thoughts and emotions that are holding you back.
    I will be taking you on guided meditations of healing, of exploring of find your true self.
    Also, in that very relaxed state of being, you will be shown how to bring in your own unique healing light to re-energise, to rejuvenate to re programme that beautiful Mind & Body of yours.
    And so much more….💛
    What a beautiful way to spend a Sunday morning.
    Your body only wants whats best for you so give it this time to Awaken, to Heal and to Transform.
    Get in touch today and start loving life again.
    Huge Love
    Julie
    ********************************
    Cost of Mind & Body Healing Workshop – £20.00
    PM me for account details or call me on 07797 742347 for any more information.
    Really looking forward to meeting you all and hopefully seeing some familiar faces again…
    p.s This time I would like you all to be at the venue for 9.45am for a prompt 10.00am start, so that way you have more time to be healing…
  • COUNCIL FOR BRITISH ARCHAEOLOGY FESTIVAL
    11:00 am-3:00 pm
    2020.10.25

    This half-term join the Archaeology Section of the Société Jersiaise at their three open days at different dolmens around the Island. All events are free entry, suitable for children and will be following current social distancing guidelines.

    SUNDAY 25TH OCTOBER  – FALDOUET DOLMEN, ST MARTIN

    Phil Aubin from the Société Jersiaise Archaeology Section will be at Faldouet from 11am to 3pm, ready to share the intriguing history of Faldouet dolmen, one of Jersey’s most spectacular megalithic monuments.

     

    WEDNESDAY 28TH OCTOBER  – VILLE-ÈS-NOUAUX DOLMEN, ST ANDREW’S PARK

    Olga Finch, Curator of Archaeology for Jersey Heritage, will be at Ville-ès-Nouaux from 11am to 3pm. Visitors can learn all about the Prehistoric cist-in-circle and allèe couvert, their relatively recent discovery, and the finds that were unearthed at this site.

     

    SATURDAY 31ST OCTOBER  – GRANTEZ DOLMEN, ST OUEN

    Rosalind Le Quesne, Human Osteologist for Underground, will be at Grantez dolmen from 11am to 3pm with a reconstructed Neolithic burial. Learn all about the human remains that were discovered here in 1912 and more about burial practices in Prehistoric Jersey. *Warning – human skeletons will be on display at this event*

  • Live Music – Steve McVay & Friends
    8:00 pm-10:30 pm
    2020.10.25

    Live Music NIght here at The Savoy Hotel Jersey.
    Book here tinyurl.com/srmpj9c
    Steve McVay and his guests will amaze you with different styles and genres throughout his amazing performance.
    Full menu available and also Channel Islands Largest Gin selection

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  • LINK GALLERY EXHIBITIONS
    All day
    2020.10.28-2020.10.31

    In 2019 Anna travelling through the breathtaking country of Nepal and was astounded by the beauty of the country and the people who called it home. She fell in love straight away and knew there was something there that she wanted to capture.  This exhibition is a visual display of people and communities that have a story to be shared.

    50% of all profit that is made through this exhibition, either by selling prints of images, or photo books, will be given to the business that Anna worked alongside in Nepal. This business is called Five14 and is an Adventure company that aims at preventing exploitation through ethical business.

    ABOUT THE ARTIST

    My name is Anna Houiellebecq and I use my skills in photography to document the people and places I see throughout my travels. I love meeting and getting to know people from different backgrounds and cultures, and believe they all have something powerful and unique to share. My aim with photography is to become a story teller. I strive to see the beauty in the places and people that I meet, and to listen and to learn from my experiences. I want to use my love of photography to give a voice to those who don’t have the opportunity to use theirs. I take a very artistic approach to my images and believe I have a very unique way of capturing the world. I am a visionary, capturing the truth, the beauty, the spirit and the unknown.

  • PEOPLE MAKE JERSEY
    10:00 am-4:00 pm
    2020.10.28-2020.12.31

    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.

  • LA HOUGUE BIE TOUR
    10:45 am-11:45 am
    2020.10.28-2020.10.31

    Take a free tour of La Hougue Bie with one of our fantastic tour guides and learn about the history of La Hougue Bie.

    All tours are free, but normal admission prices apply. Tours may take longer than one hour.

    Mondays – Meet guide Sheila Ponomarenko at 10.45am or John Ponomarenko at 2pm

    Tuesdays – Meet guide Edward Le Couteur at 10.45am

    Wednesdays – Meet guide Aurélie Veyret at 10.45am (no tour on 26 August or 2 September)

    Thursdays – Meet guide Annette Lowe at 10.45am

    Saturdays – Meet guide Sarah Kitchin at 10.45am

  • COUNCIL FOR BRITISH ARCHAEOLOGY FESTIVAL
    11:00 am-3:00 pm
    2020.10.28

    This half-term join the Archaeology Section of the Société Jersiaise at their three open days at different dolmens around the Island. All events are free entry, suitable for children and will be following current social distancing guidelines.

    SUNDAY 25TH OCTOBER  – FALDOUET DOLMEN, ST MARTIN

    Phil Aubin from the Société Jersiaise Archaeology Section will be at Faldouet from 11am to 3pm, ready to share the intriguing history of Faldouet dolmen, one of Jersey’s most spectacular megalithic monuments.

     

    WEDNESDAY 28TH OCTOBER  – VILLE-ÈS-NOUAUX DOLMEN, ST ANDREW’S PARK

    Olga Finch, Curator of Archaeology for Jersey Heritage, will be at Ville-ès-Nouaux from 11am to 3pm. Visitors can learn all about the Prehistoric cist-in-circle and allèe couvert, their relatively recent discovery, and the finds that were unearthed at this site.

     

    SATURDAY 31ST OCTOBER  – GRANTEZ DOLMEN, ST OUEN

    Rosalind Le Quesne, Human Osteologist for Underground, will be at Grantez dolmen from 11am to 3pm with a reconstructed Neolithic burial. Learn all about the human remains that were discovered here in 1912 and more about burial practices in Prehistoric Jersey. *Warning – human skeletons will be on display at this event*

  • Children’s Silk Painting Workshop at 16 New Street
    2:30 pm-3:30 pm
    2020.10.28

    Learn the ancient art of silk painting in this small workshop aimed at children aged 7-11 years.
    After a short demonstration, each child will be given their own silk painting kit and create a silk painted card and picture.
    Price includes materials and equipment.
    Children must be accompanied by an adult.
    Covid update: This workshop is limited to ten children max. to ensure that physical distancing is adhered to. Children will be given their own kits and no equipment will be shared with others
  • More events
    • LINK GALLERY EXHIBITIONS
      All day
      2020.10.28-2020.10.31

      In 2019 Anna travelling through the breathtaking country of Nepal and was astounded by the beauty of the country and the people who called it home. She fell in love straight away and knew there was something there that she wanted to capture.  This exhibition is a visual display of people and communities that have a story to be shared.

      50% of all profit that is made through this exhibition, either by selling prints of images, or photo books, will be given to the business that Anna worked alongside in Nepal. This business is called Five14 and is an Adventure company that aims at preventing exploitation through ethical business.

      ABOUT THE ARTIST

      My name is Anna Houiellebecq and I use my skills in photography to document the people and places I see throughout my travels. I love meeting and getting to know people from different backgrounds and cultures, and believe they all have something powerful and unique to share. My aim with photography is to become a story teller. I strive to see the beauty in the places and people that I meet, and to listen and to learn from my experiences. I want to use my love of photography to give a voice to those who don’t have the opportunity to use theirs. I take a very artistic approach to my images and believe I have a very unique way of capturing the world. I am a visionary, capturing the truth, the beauty, the spirit and the unknown.

    • PEOPLE MAKE JERSEY
      10:00 am-4:00 pm
      2020.10.28-2020.12.31

      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.

    • LA HOUGUE BIE TOUR
      10:45 am-11:45 am
      2020.10.28-2020.10.31

      Take a free tour of La Hougue Bie with one of our fantastic tour guides and learn about the history of La Hougue Bie.

      All tours are free, but normal admission prices apply. Tours may take longer than one hour.

      Mondays – Meet guide Sheila Ponomarenko at 10.45am or John Ponomarenko at 2pm

      Tuesdays – Meet guide Edward Le Couteur at 10.45am

      Wednesdays – Meet guide Aurélie Veyret at 10.45am (no tour on 26 August or 2 September)

      Thursdays – Meet guide Annette Lowe at 10.45am

      Saturdays – Meet guide Sarah Kitchin at 10.45am

    • COUNCIL FOR BRITISH ARCHAEOLOGY FESTIVAL
      11:00 am-3:00 pm
      2020.10.28

      This half-term join the Archaeology Section of the Société Jersiaise at their three open days at different dolmens around the Island. All events are free entry, suitable for children and will be following current social distancing guidelines.

      SUNDAY 25TH OCTOBER  – FALDOUET DOLMEN, ST MARTIN

      Phil Aubin from the Société Jersiaise Archaeology Section will be at Faldouet from 11am to 3pm, ready to share the intriguing history of Faldouet dolmen, one of Jersey’s most spectacular megalithic monuments.

       

      WEDNESDAY 28TH OCTOBER  – VILLE-ÈS-NOUAUX DOLMEN, ST ANDREW’S PARK

      Olga Finch, Curator of Archaeology for Jersey Heritage, will be at Ville-ès-Nouaux from 11am to 3pm. Visitors can learn all about the Prehistoric cist-in-circle and allèe couvert, their relatively recent discovery, and the finds that were unearthed at this site.

       

      SATURDAY 31ST OCTOBER  – GRANTEZ DOLMEN, ST OUEN

      Rosalind Le Quesne, Human Osteologist for Underground, will be at Grantez dolmen from 11am to 3pm with a reconstructed Neolithic burial. Learn all about the human remains that were discovered here in 1912 and more about burial practices in Prehistoric Jersey. *Warning – human skeletons will be on display at this event*

    • Children's Silk Painting Workshop at 16 New Street
      2:30 pm-3:30 pm
      2020.10.28
      Learn the ancient art of silk painting in this small workshop aimed at children aged 7-11 years.
      After a short demonstration, each child will be given their own silk painting kit and create a silk painted card and picture.
      Price includes materials and equipment.
      Children must be accompanied by an adult.
      Covid update: This workshop is limited to ten children max. to ensure that physical distancing is adhered to. Children will be given their own kits and no equipment will be shared with others
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