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  • Wellness Wednesday Yoga
    6:30 am-8:00 am
    2021.09.01

    Through our Wellness Wednesday series we will begin to explore this concept through practices which we hope you can take into your everyday.

    Led by experienced yoga instructors, Joe and Sharnelle, we are hosting four different vinyasa yoga events at special places around the Island.

    As part of the launch of the Aspiring Jersey Island Geopark we are curating unique opportunities for you to discover more about Jersey while interacting with nature and practicing wellness.

    Everything in nature is made up of five basic elements: earth, water, fire, air, and space. Knowledge of the five elements allows the yogi to understand the laws of nature and to use yoga to attain greater health, power, knowledge, wisdom and happiness.

    Through our Wellness Wednesday series we will begin to explore this concept through practices which we hope you can take into your everyday. Led by experienced yoga instructors, Joe and Sharnelle, we are hosting four different vinyasa yoga events at special places around the Island.

    Expect to learn more about our beautiful Island and these unique locations whilst harnessing the peace and tranquillity of nature.

    These yoga sessions are part of the Aspiring Jersey Island Geopark project’s Wellness Wednesdays from Jersey Heritage.

    COST

    Sessions cost between £15 and £20 and are booked via EventBrite (a small admin fee is charged by EventBrite).

    Jersey Heritage Members reieve a disocunt, just look for the blue Promotional Code text on Checkout and use the code JHMEMBER to receive your discount.

    You will need to bring your Membership keyfob, Corporate ticket or Patron and Benefactor card with you on the day.

    Book HERE

  • Walking Through Autumn Festival
    8:00 am-5:00 pm
    2021.09.01-2021.09.05

    Enjoy a series of guided walks and self-guided walks around the Island walking to and nearby National Trust sites and properties. Enjoy themed walks such as wildflower walks, nature and bird tours and heritage and town trails.

    Visitors can enjoy ‘behind the scenes’ opportunities such as afternoon tea in a walled garden and visits to historic properties en route.

    Meeting Point: Various

    Price: Free for Members, £10 Non-Members per walk

    A detailed programme will follow

  • Sorel Point & the Enigmatic Red-billed Chough – Autumn Walking Week
    10:00 am-12:00 pm
    2021.09.01

    Join Neil & Alli Singleton (Birding Tours Jersey) for a wildlife wander along the North Coast cliff paths around Sorel and above Mourier Valley, looking at all aspects of wildlife who call this area home. Learn about the multi-award winning Red-billed Chough reintroduction project by ‘Birds on the Edge’ (BOTE) an exciting collaboration between The National Trust for Jersey, Durrell and States of Jersey Environment Dept. Terrain: Good footpaths with some uneven areas.Please bring binoculars if you have them. There will be some available to borrow.

    Time: 10.00

    Meeting Point: Sorel Point

    Parking: Sorel upper car park – on the left as you approach Sorel Point, at the start of the cliff path.

    Bus route No. 5 and walk from the Church.

    Guide: Neil and Alli Singleton

    Price – Free for Members; £10 Non-Members

    Duration: 2 hours/Moderate Walking

  • Waste -Free-Wednesdays at The White House – Weaving and bunting
    10:00 am-12:00 pm
    2021.09.01

    Come along to the White House (Le Don Hilton) and create some art and crafts using up cycled materials

    Paper and Card!

    Children are invited to join our friend Anna Shipley and our Education Officer to learn how to recycle old magazines, wool and plastic bags into woven pieces of art and bunting.

    Be sure to save your old magazines and plastic bags for this, and any old scraps of wool.

    Equipment and some old materials will be provided, however we do encourage you to bring your own household “rubbish” for upcycling.

    Children to be accompanied by an adult (adults go free)

    Suitable for ages 5-12 years old

    Available for members at £5.00 per child. To join please click here, your support helps us to continue to protect our wonderful natural areas in Jersey and run activities such as this.

  • A Giant dog, Guardhouses and Gothic Structures – Autumn Walking Week
    10:30 am-1:00 pm
    2021.09.01

    Explore the upper valley of Bouley Bay, full of beauty and intrigue with its many legends.

    Taken at our leisure we will explore the upper valley of Bouley Bay and walk through the woodland exploring the gothic structures, spectacular views of the French Coast and look into the family which once lived here.

    This is a shorten version of a previous walk ‘Two Hills & a Valley over Bouley Bay.

    Time: 10.30

    Meeting Point: Jardin D’Olivet

    Parking: Car Park at Jardin D’Olivet

    Bus route No. 4

    Guide: Sue Gorin

    Price – Free for Members; £10 Non-Members

    Duration: 2.5 hours/Moderate Walking

  • From Village to Castle and back again – an Eastern Adventure
    10:30 am-12:30 pm
    2021.09.01

    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.  Liberty Bus Route 1 / 1a

    Advance booking is required.

    Time: 10.30 am. to 12.30 p.m.

    Price: £15 for Adults (children under 16 free)

    Meet: At Longbeach Car Park, Grouville (opposite the entrance to Gorey Village)

    Guide Blue Badge Guide Kary Day

    Tel: 07797 741176

    E-mail [email protected]

     

  • STORY TELLER
    10:30 am-12:00 pm
    2021.09.01-2021.10.31

    Come and meet the characters at Mont Orgueil Castle. Living History at the Castle takes place on selected days throughout the week from the start of May to end of September.

    Wednesdays 10.30am

    Come to 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.

  • Take a free tour of Mont Orgueil Castle with one of our volunteer guides.
    10:30 am-1:00 pm
    2021.09.01-2021.10.31

    Take a free tour of Mont Orgueil 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.

    Tours may be cancelled at short notice so please call ahead to check if you are coming to the site to take a tour. Tel: 01534 853292

    Mondays – Meet guide Roy McCarthy at 10.30am

    Tuesdays – Meet guide Doug McIntosh at 11am – starts 23 March

    Wednesdays – Meet guide Marlene Morris at 11am and at 2pm (no tours 7 April)

    Thursdays – Meet guide Doug McIntosh at 11am – starts 25 March

    Fridays  – Meet guide Geoff Reakes at 11am

    Sundays – Meet guide Daniel Rive at 11am

  • Streams and Marshes of Grouville – Autumn Walking Week
    2:00 pm-4:30 pm
    2021.09.01

    How many of us know where the streams we come across start and end and how that affects the land they pass through?

    This walk takes in the lanes, footpaths and beaches in Grouville starting and ending at Holme Grown and aimed at showing how streams meander and influence the fields, marshes and wildlife areas through which they travel and where they end up. Plus the usual mix of wildlife and history.

    Time: 3.00pm

    Meeting Point: Holme Grown

    Parking: Holme Grown

    Guide: Bob Tompkins

    Price – Free for Members; £10 Non-Members

    Duration: 2 to 2.5 hrs/Easy to moderate Walking/2.5 Miles.

  • St Lawrence – Life During the Occupation – Autumn Walking Week
    2:15 pm-4:15 pm
    2021.09.01

    Life in this country Parish during the Occupation is illustrated in the 75th Anniversary Exhibition in the Liberation Gardens.

    Walking through the surrounding countryside will bring those days to life, with tales of the occupying forces and stories of the daily lives of residents.

    Time: 2.15pm

    Meeting Point: Meet at the Church gate

    Parking: Parish Car Park or where feasible on road.

    Bus route No. 7 – Bus arrives at the Church at 13.53hrs

    Guide: Sue Hardy

    Price – Free for Members; £10 Non-Members

    Duration: 2 hours/Easy to moderate walking/2 miles

  • Wild Food Forage – Autumn Walking Week
    4:30 pm-7:00 pm
    2021.09.01

    Come and get lost in the wilds of St. Ouen.

    Take in fantastic scenery, encounter local wildlife and learn about the vast variety of wild edible and medicinal plants our unique environment has to offer. Please dress with an eye on the weather and bring along any food and drink you may need.

    Time: 4.30pm

    Meeting Point: Car Park opposite Kempt Tower

    Parking: Car Park opposite Kempt Tower

    Bus Route: 22

    Guide: Kazz Padidar

    Price – Free for Members; £10 Non-Members – children £5

    Duration 2 .5 hours/Easy walking

  • NIC DINNIE BAND
    8:00 pm-10:30 pm
    2021.09.01

    Dine and unwind at Roberto’s Jazz Bar while listening to Nic Dinnie Band. In a groovy setting, you’ll be treated to music by Stevie Wonder, Frank Sinatra, John Mayer, and other great musicians.

    The finest gin selection in the Channel Islands is at Roberto’s Jazz Bar. Ask our bartenders to match your meal to the ideal G&T.

  • More events
    • Wellness Wednesday Yoga
      6:30 am-8:00 am
      2021.09.01

      Through our Wellness Wednesday series we will begin to explore this concept through practices which we hope you can take into your everyday.

      Led by experienced yoga instructors, Joe and Sharnelle, we are hosting four different vinyasa yoga events at special places around the Island.

      As part of the launch of the Aspiring Jersey Island Geopark we are curating unique opportunities for you to discover more about Jersey while interacting with nature and practicing wellness.

      Everything in nature is made up of five basic elements: earth, water, fire, air, and space. Knowledge of the five elements allows the yogi to understand the laws of nature and to use yoga to attain greater health, power, knowledge, wisdom and happiness.

      Through our Wellness Wednesday series we will begin to explore this concept through practices which we hope you can take into your everyday. Led by experienced yoga instructors, Joe and Sharnelle, we are hosting four different vinyasa yoga events at special places around the Island.

      Expect to learn more about our beautiful Island and these unique locations whilst harnessing the peace and tranquillity of nature.

      These yoga sessions are part of the Aspiring Jersey Island Geopark project’s Wellness Wednesdays from Jersey Heritage.

      COST

      Sessions cost between £15 and £20 and are booked via EventBrite (a small admin fee is charged by EventBrite).

      Jersey Heritage Members reieve a disocunt, just look for the blue Promotional Code text on Checkout and use the code JHMEMBER to receive your discount.

      You will need to bring your Membership keyfob, Corporate ticket or Patron and Benefactor card with you on the day.

      Book HERE

    • Walking Through Autumn Festival
      8:00 am-5:00 pm
      2021.09.01-2021.09.05

      Enjoy a series of guided walks and self-guided walks around the Island walking to and nearby National Trust sites and properties. Enjoy themed walks such as wildflower walks, nature and bird tours and heritage and town trails.

      Visitors can enjoy ‘behind the scenes’ opportunities such as afternoon tea in a walled garden and visits to historic properties en route.

      Meeting Point: Various

      Price: Free for Members, £10 Non-Members per walk

      A detailed programme will follow

    • Sorel Point & the Enigmatic Red-billed Chough – Autumn Walking Week
      10:00 am-12:00 pm
      2021.09.01
      Join Neil & Alli Singleton (Birding Tours Jersey) for a wildlife wander along the North Coast cliff paths around Sorel and above Mourier Valley, looking at all aspects of wildlife who call this area home. Learn about the multi-award winning Red-billed Chough reintroduction project by ‘Birds on the Edge’ (BOTE) an exciting collaboration between The National Trust for Jersey, Durrell and States of Jersey Environment Dept. Terrain: Good footpaths with some uneven areas.Please bring binoculars if you have them. There will be some available to borrow.

      Time: 10.00

      Meeting Point: Sorel Point

      Parking: Sorel upper car park – on the left as you approach Sorel Point, at the start of the cliff path.

      Bus route No. 5 and walk from the Church.

      Guide: Neil and Alli Singleton

      Price – Free for Members; £10 Non-Members

      Duration: 2 hours/Moderate Walking

    • Waste -Free-Wednesdays at The White House – Weaving and bunting
      10:00 am-12:00 pm
      2021.09.01
      Come along to the White House (Le Don Hilton) and create some art and crafts using up cycled materials

      Paper and Card!

      Children are invited to join our friend Anna Shipley and our Education Officer to learn how to recycle old magazines, wool and plastic bags into woven pieces of art and bunting.

      Be sure to save your old magazines and plastic bags for this, and any old scraps of wool.

      Equipment and some old materials will be provided, however we do encourage you to bring your own household “rubbish” for upcycling.

      Children to be accompanied by an adult (adults go free)

      Suitable for ages 5-12 years old

      Available for members at £5.00 per child. To join please click here, your support helps us to continue to protect our wonderful natural areas in Jersey and run activities such as this.

    • A Giant dog, Guardhouses and Gothic Structures – Autumn Walking Week
      10:30 am-1:00 pm
      2021.09.01
      Explore the upper valley of Bouley Bay, full of beauty and intrigue with its many legends.

      Taken at our leisure we will explore the upper valley of Bouley Bay and walk through the woodland exploring the gothic structures, spectacular views of the French Coast and look into the family which once lived here.

      This is a shorten version of a previous walk ‘Two Hills & a Valley over Bouley Bay.

      Time: 10.30

      Meeting Point: Jardin D’Olivet

      Parking: Car Park at Jardin D’Olivet

      Bus route No. 4

      Guide: Sue Gorin

      Price – Free for Members; £10 Non-Members

      Duration: 2.5 hours/Moderate Walking

    • From Village to Castle and back again – an Eastern Adventure
      10:30 am-12:30 pm
      2021.09.01

      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.  Liberty Bus Route 1 / 1a

      Advance booking is required.

      Time: 10.30 am. to 12.30 p.m.

      Price: £15 for Adults (children under 16 free)

      Meet: At Longbeach Car Park, Grouville (opposite the entrance to Gorey Village)

      Guide Blue Badge Guide Kary Day

      Tel: 07797 741176

      E-mail [email protected]

       

    • STORY TELLER
      10:30 am-12:00 pm
      2021.09.01-2021.10.31

      Come and meet the characters at Mont Orgueil Castle. Living History at the Castle takes place on selected days throughout the week from the start of May to end of September.

      Wednesdays 10.30am

      Come to 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.

    • Take a free tour of Mont Orgueil Castle with one of our volunteer guides.
      10:30 am-1:00 pm
      2021.09.01-2021.10.31

      Take a free tour of Mont Orgueil 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.

      Tours may be cancelled at short notice so please call ahead to check if you are coming to the site to take a tour. Tel: 01534 853292

      Mondays – Meet guide Roy McCarthy at 10.30am

      Tuesdays – Meet guide Doug McIntosh at 11am – starts 23 March

      Wednesdays – Meet guide Marlene Morris at 11am and at 2pm (no tours 7 April)

      Thursdays – Meet guide Doug McIntosh at 11am – starts 25 March

      Fridays  – Meet guide Geoff Reakes at 11am

      Sundays – Meet guide Daniel Rive at 11am

    • Streams and Marshes of Grouville – Autumn Walking Week
      2:00 pm-4:30 pm
      2021.09.01
      How many of us know where the streams we come across start and end and how that affects the land they pass through?

      This walk takes in the lanes, footpaths and beaches in Grouville starting and ending at Holme Grown and aimed at showing how streams meander and influence the fields, marshes and wildlife areas through which they travel and where they end up. Plus the usual mix of wildlife and history.

      Time: 3.00pm

      Meeting Point: Holme Grown

      Parking: Holme Grown

      Guide: Bob Tompkins

      Price – Free for Members; £10 Non-Members

      Duration: 2 to 2.5 hrs/Easy to moderate Walking/2.5 Miles.

    • St Lawrence – Life During the Occupation – Autumn Walking Week
      2:15 pm-4:15 pm
      2021.09.01
      Life in this country Parish during the Occupation is illustrated in the 75th Anniversary Exhibition in the Liberation Gardens.

      Walking through the surrounding countryside will bring those days to life, with tales of the occupying forces and stories of the daily lives of residents.

      Time: 2.15pm

      Meeting Point: Meet at the Church gate

      Parking: Parish Car Park or where feasible on road.

      Bus route No. 7 – Bus arrives at the Church at 13.53hrs

      Guide: Sue Hardy

      Price – Free for Members; £10 Non-Members

      Duration: 2 hours/Easy to moderate walking/2 miles

    • Wild Food Forage – Autumn Walking Week
      4:30 pm-7:00 pm
      2021.09.01
      Come and get lost in the wilds of St. Ouen.

      Take in fantastic scenery, encounter local wildlife and learn about the vast variety of wild edible and medicinal plants our unique environment has to offer. Please dress with an eye on the weather and bring along any food and drink you may need.

      Time: 4.30pm

      Meeting Point: Car Park opposite Kempt Tower

      Parking: Car Park opposite Kempt Tower

      Bus Route: 22

      Guide: Kazz Padidar

      Price – Free for Members; £10 Non-Members – children £5

      Duration 2 .5 hours/Easy walking

    • NIC DINNIE BAND
      8:00 pm-10:30 pm
      2021.09.01

      Dine and unwind at Roberto’s Jazz Bar while listening to Nic Dinnie Band. In a groovy setting, you’ll be treated to music by Stevie Wonder, Frank Sinatra, John Mayer, and other great musicians.

      The finest gin selection in the Channel Islands is at Roberto’s Jazz Bar. Ask our bartenders to match your meal to the ideal G&T.

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  • Jersey Mencap Charity Golf Day
    7:30 am-5:00 pm
    2021.09.02

    Teams of 4 will enjoy bespoke goody bags created by our Taking Part Making Art Project, light breakfast served on arrival, 3 course lunch and charity raffle.

    All proceeds will help children and adults with a learning disability in Jersey.

    Bookings on [email protected]

  • Vikings, Mills and Bunkers – Autumn Walking Week
    9:30 am-12:30 pm
    2021.09.02

    Enjoy a ‘good walk’ along woodland paths and a steep ascent up the valley side, to find evidence of the Vikings.

    learn about the importance of mills in Jersey’s history and discover some of the hidden treasures of the German Occupation. There will be the opportunity to go into Quétivel Mill at the end of the walk for those who wish – add 30 mins. The terrain will include a steep hill, lanes, steps and rough paths.

    Time: 9.30 am

    Start: Quétivel Mill Pond where parking is available

    Bus Route: 8 – stop Victoria Hotel N

    Guide: Jean Treleven

    Price : Free for members : £10 for non-members

    Duration: 3 hours/ Moderate Walking/ 4 miles

  • Bright Young Things
    All day
    2021.09.02-2021.09.18

    Bright Young Things is a showcase of some of the best artwork produced by this years’ UAL students.

    Despite the challenges presented by a very difficult year, all of the students have responded well and produced work that is a very high standard. On display is work from some of the L3 year 1, L3 year 2 and Foundation Diploma students.

    During their final major project, all students have been encouraged to explore a theme of their choice. Environmental, mental health, feminism, economics and even laundry have formed the starting points for the work on display. The students have responded to the themes by exploring diverse materials and techniques to communicate their ideas.

    This year’s summer show at the School of Art proved to be one of the most successful yet for the department. We had many visitors to the show who gave glowing feedback on the work displayed. Unfortunately, not all of the work is on display here, but it is hoped that anyone viewing the show gains a greater understanding of the work produced by the School of Art and the hard work and variety of disciplines and concepts the students are able to interrogate.

    The Bright Young Things will now be moving on to the next step of their artistic career. Be it studying Women’s Wear at the Royal College of Fashion, Illustration at AUB or coming on to the next level of study at Highlands College.

  • The Fox Open Art Competition 2021
    All day
    2021.09.02-2021.09.17

    Get creative and start getting your entries ready for the Fox Open Art Competition 2021!

    Do you fancy having the opportunity to be part of a celebrated exhibition at Jersey Arts Centre and win some prize money? Then look no further, because the entry forms for this year’s Fox Open Art Competition are now available to collect or download.

    All artistic mediums are welcome (except photography), and entrants may submit up to two works that have not previously been shown at Jersey Arts Centre for just £5 and, if you’re a student, you only have to pay £1 to enter your piece(s)! Your artwork must be handed in to Jersey Arts Centre on either Thursday 16 September or Friday 17 September between 10am and 4pm.

    Click on the link below to print off your form, or, pick one up from Jersey Arts Centre’s Box Office.

    Fox Application Form Jersey 2021

  • VICTORIAN PHOTOGRAPHER
    10:00 am-4:00 pm
    2021.09.02

    Can you keep still for at least 15 seconds? That’s how long it would have taken in the 1860s. Meet renowned Victorian photographer Thomas C R Kennedy who will be in the Victorian House to photograph the residents, but he may just find the time to fit in a few extra sittings. Come in your own Victorian attire, or select an outfit from our wardrobe, and take away as a souvenir your very own Carte de Visite portrait photograph for just a suggested £5.00 donation to Jersey Heritage.

    10am to 4pm on

    Thursday 2 September

    Tuesday 26 October

    To avoid disappointment, you may want to call Jersey Museum before you visit to check on the day’s performance times. Tel: 01534 633300

  • From Bay to Bay: The Seabird Trail – Autumn Walking Week
    10:00 am-12:30 pm
    2021.09.02

    Enjoy a walk along the coastal footpath from Plémont to Grève de Lecq to observe the various seabirds and other wildlife on the north coast led by ‘Birds On the Edge’ project officer Cristina Sellares. If you have them, please bring along binoculars.
    There will be time for a quick refreshment stop at Grève de Lecq before returning to our starting point.

    Time: 10.00 a.m.

    Meeting Point: Plémont top car park

    Parking: Top car park at Plémont

    Bus Route: 9

    Guide Cris Sellares

    Duration: 2.5/3 hours/Moderate to hard walk – Uneven terrain, coastal footpath and steps

    Price – Free for Members; £10 Non-Members

    Why not visit one of the local cafes for breakfast or have lunch after the walk?

  • Bug Safari
    10:00 am-11:30 am
    2021.09.02

    Families are invited to join our Education Officer for a guided walk through the dunes to our wonderful wild area at Noir Pré.

    Join our Education Officers for a guided walk through the dunes to our wonderful wild area at Le Noir Pre, and then a bug hunt to explore the pollinators and other insects that can be found.

    All equipment will be provided, advice on clothing etc. will be sent prior to the event, please ensure that children are accompanied by an adult.

    Please note that tickets are only required for children (accompanying adults go free)

    Suitable for ages 5 – 11

    Available for members at £4.00 per child. To join please click here, your support helps us to continue to protect our wonderful natural areas in Jersey and run activities such as this.

  • Trains, Tractors and Traders – Uncovering historic St Aubin with Jon Osmont
    10:00 am-1:00 pm
    2021.09.02

    Jersey may be a very small island but has always shown great enterprise and has extended its influence far beyond its shores.

    Join Blue Badge Guide Jon Osmont on this meander through historic St Aubin, up into the beautiful lanes above the village following, in part, the tracks of the former Jersey Western Railway.

    Along this enchanting route you will uncover our agricultural heritage and enjoy far reaching maritime views that will help explain our sea trading past. All these endeavours have shaped the island we know and love today.

    The terrain can, in some parts be uneven, so suitable attire and footwear is recommended.

    The walks begins and finishes at St Brelade’s Parish Hall, St Aubin

    Bus Routes   Buses 12a, 14 and 15

    Booking essential

    Contact Jon at [email protected]

  • WOOL SPINNERS, KNITTERS AND DYERS
    10:00 am-4:00 pm
    2021.09.02-2021.10.31

    May to October – Tuesdays and Thursdays (Thursdays and Sundays in late May and June)

    Find the ladies around Hamptonne on Tuesdays and Thursdays, recreating the historic art of hand spinning yarn on a wheel, natural dyeing and the knitting of the fashionable stockings, which formed a mainstay of rural life in Jersey for some 200 years.

    The Living History rota is subject to change. In order to avoid disappointed, we recommend telephoning 01534-863955 before you visit.

  • KING CHARLES II
    10:30 am-4:00 pm
    2021.09.02

    We are fortunate indeed that His Majesty King Charles II has the delectation to once again visit Elizabeth Castle.

    The King will be available for an audience with his subjects at 10.30am.

    His Majesty will first hold court at the Granite Cross beside the Parade Ground in the Lower Ward, before moving to his erstwhile residence, now known as the Governor’s House.

    Do not miss the opportunity to meet the ‘Merry Monarch’ and listen to him recount many fascinating stories of his time in Jersey during the 17th century.

    Every Tuesday morning, Wednesday afternoon and all day on Thursdays

  • Free St Helier Guided Walk Occupation to Liberation
    10:30 am-12:30 pm
    2021.09.02

    Jersey was occupied by the Germans throughout World War 2.

    Visit sites around St Helier’s Harbour with poignant reminders of events from both the Occupation and Liberation of the Island.

    Hear what really happened during those fateful days.

  • HAMPTONNE TOUR
    11:15 am-1:15 pm
    2021.09.02-2021.10.31

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

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

    Tours may be cancelled at short-notice, so please call ahead if you are coming to take part in a tour. Tel: 01534 863955

    Mondays – Dave Gumbrell at 11.15am

    Tuesdays – Steve Falle at 11.15am

    Wednesdays – Sarah Entwistle at 11.15am

    Thursdays –  Dave Pittom at 11.15am

    Fridays – Dave Gumbrell at 11.15am

  • Woodland Wander – Autumn Walking Week
    2:00 pm-4:00 pm
    2021.09.02

    Enjoy an autumnal ramble through one of Jersey’s loveliest woodlands with John Pinel, looking at how the woodland changes through the seasons and the impact woodlands have on the environment and climate change.

    Time: 2.00pm

    Meeting Point: Grève de Lecq Tower

    Parking: Grève de Lecq Tower Car Park

    Bus Route: 9

    Guide John Pinel

    Price – Free for Members; £10 Non-Members

    Duration: 1.5 -2 hours/Easy walk – some uneven terrain

  • Rural St Lawrence Walk – Autumn Walking Week
    2:15 pm-4:15 pm
    2021.09.02

    A walk around the leafy lanes and paths of St Lawrence passing historic houses, an old watermill and Jersey Water’s Handois Pumping Station at the heart of the Island’s water supply, tucked away in a sheltered valley.

    Time – 2.15 p.m.

    Meeting Point: Hamptonne Country Life Museum by the Granite Arch

    Parking: Hamptonne Car Park

    Bus Route: 7 (Hamptonne stop on main road, then follow signs to Hamptonne)

    Guide Sue Hardy

    Price – Free for Members; £10 Non-Members

    Duration 2 hours/Easy to moderate Walk/2 miles

  • Wild Food Forage – Autumn Walking Week
    4:30 pm-7:00 pm
    2021.09.02

    Come and get lost in the wilds of St. Ouen.

    Take in fantastic scenery, encounter local wildlife and learn about the vast variety of wild edible and medicinal plants our unique environment has to offer. Please dress with an eye on the weather and bring along any food and drink you may need.

    Time: 4.30pm

    Meeting Point: Car Park opposite Kempt Tower

    Parking: Car Park opposite Kempt Tower

    Bus Route: 22

    Guide: Kazz Padidar

    Price – Free for Members; £10 Non-Members – children £5

    Duration 2 .5 hours/Easy walking

  • Take a Walk on the Dark Side of St Helier – Autumn Walking Week
    6:00 pm-8:00 pm
    2021.09.02

    Wander back through time looking at St Helier’s past.

    Focusing on the gruesome side! Discover the streams, sewers & harbour and find out how they were all linked. Learn about the criminal element and the penalties they would receive for their crimes and we shan’t even mention the ‘ladies of the night’!

    Time – 6.00pm

    Meeting point – Millennium Park (on the grass opposite the children’s playground)

    Guide; Sue Gorin

    Price – Free for Members; £10 Non-Members

    Duration – 2 hours/Easy Walking

  • More events
    • Jersey Mencap Charity Golf Day
      7:30 am-5:00 pm
      2021.09.02

      Teams of 4 will enjoy bespoke goody bags created by our Taking Part Making Art Project, light breakfast served on arrival, 3 course lunch and charity raffle.

      All proceeds will help children and adults with a learning disability in Jersey.

      Bookings on [email protected]

    • Vikings, Mills and Bunkers – Autumn Walking Week
      9:30 am-12:30 pm
      2021.09.02
      Enjoy a ‘good walk’ along woodland paths and a steep ascent up the valley side, to find evidence of the Vikings.

      learn about the importance of mills in Jersey’s history and discover some of the hidden treasures of the German Occupation. There will be the opportunity to go into Quétivel Mill at the end of the walk for those who wish – add 30 mins. The terrain will include a steep hill, lanes, steps and rough paths.

      Time: 9.30 am

      Start: Quétivel Mill Pond where parking is available

      Bus Route: 8 – stop Victoria Hotel N

      Guide: Jean Treleven

      Price : Free for members : £10 for non-members

      Duration: 3 hours/ Moderate Walking/ 4 miles

    • Bright Young Things
      All day
      2021.09.02-2021.09.18

      Bright Young Things is a showcase of some of the best artwork produced by this years’ UAL students.

      Despite the challenges presented by a very difficult year, all of the students have responded well and produced work that is a very high standard. On display is work from some of the L3 year 1, L3 year 2 and Foundation Diploma students.

      During their final major project, all students have been encouraged to explore a theme of their choice. Environmental, mental health, feminism, economics and even laundry have formed the starting points for the work on display. The students have responded to the themes by exploring diverse materials and techniques to communicate their ideas.

      This year’s summer show at the School of Art proved to be one of the most successful yet for the department. We had many visitors to the show who gave glowing feedback on the work displayed. Unfortunately, not all of the work is on display here, but it is hoped that anyone viewing the show gains a greater understanding of the work produced by the School of Art and the hard work and variety of disciplines and concepts the students are able to interrogate.

      The Bright Young Things will now be moving on to the next step of their artistic career. Be it studying Women’s Wear at the Royal College of Fashion, Illustration at AUB or coming on to the next level of study at Highlands College.

    • The Fox Open Art Competition 2021
      All day
      2021.09.02-2021.09.17

      Get creative and start getting your entries ready for the Fox Open Art Competition 2021!

      Do you fancy having the opportunity to be part of a celebrated exhibition at Jersey Arts Centre and win some prize money? Then look no further, because the entry forms for this year’s Fox Open Art Competition are now available to collect or download.

      All artistic mediums are welcome (except photography), and entrants may submit up to two works that have not previously been shown at Jersey Arts Centre for just £5 and, if you’re a student, you only have to pay £1 to enter your piece(s)! Your artwork must be handed in to Jersey Arts Centre on either Thursday 16 September or Friday 17 September between 10am and 4pm.

      Click on the link below to print off your form, or, pick one up from Jersey Arts Centre’s Box Office.

      Fox Application Form Jersey 2021

    • VICTORIAN PHOTOGRAPHER
      10:00 am-4:00 pm
      2021.09.02

      Can you keep still for at least 15 seconds? That’s how long it would have taken in the 1860s. Meet renowned Victorian photographer Thomas C R Kennedy who will be in the Victorian House to photograph the residents, but he may just find the time to fit in a few extra sittings. Come in your own Victorian attire, or select an outfit from our wardrobe, and take away as a souvenir your very own Carte de Visite portrait photograph for just a suggested £5.00 donation to Jersey Heritage.

      10am to 4pm on

      Thursday 2 September

      Tuesday 26 October

      To avoid disappointment, you may want to call Jersey Museum before you visit to check on the day’s performance times. Tel: 01534 633300

    • From Bay to Bay: The Seabird Trail – Autumn Walking Week
      10:00 am-12:30 pm
      2021.09.02
      Enjoy a walk along the coastal footpath from Plémont to Grève de Lecq to observe the various seabirds and other wildlife on the north coast led by ‘Birds On the Edge’ project officer Cristina Sellares. If you have them, please bring along binoculars.
      There will be time for a quick refreshment stop at Grève de Lecq before returning to our starting point.

      Time: 10.00 a.m.

      Meeting Point: Plémont top car park

      Parking: Top car park at Plémont

      Bus Route: 9

      Guide Cris Sellares

      Duration: 2.5/3 hours/Moderate to hard walk – Uneven terrain, coastal footpath and steps

      Price – Free for Members; £10 Non-Members

      Why not visit one of the local cafes for breakfast or have lunch after the walk?

    • Bug Safari
      10:00 am-11:30 am
      2021.09.02
      Families are invited to join our Education Officer for a guided walk through the dunes to our wonderful wild area at Noir Pré.

      Join our Education Officers for a guided walk through the dunes to our wonderful wild area at Le Noir Pre, and then a bug hunt to explore the pollinators and other insects that can be found.

      All equipment will be provided, advice on clothing etc. will be sent prior to the event, please ensure that children are accompanied by an adult.

      Please note that tickets are only required for children (accompanying adults go free)

      Suitable for ages 5 – 11

      Available for members at £4.00 per child. To join please click here, your support helps us to continue to protect our wonderful natural areas in Jersey and run activities such as this.

    • Trains, Tractors and Traders – Uncovering historic St Aubin with Jon Osmont
      10:00 am-1:00 pm
      2021.09.02

      Jersey may be a very small island but has always shown great enterprise and has extended its influence far beyond its shores.

      Join Blue Badge Guide Jon Osmont on this meander through historic St Aubin, up into the beautiful lanes above the village following, in part, the tracks of the former Jersey Western Railway.

      Along this enchanting route you will uncover our agricultural heritage and enjoy far reaching maritime views that will help explain our sea trading past. All these endeavours have shaped the island we know and love today.

      The terrain can, in some parts be uneven, so suitable attire and footwear is recommended.

      The walks begins and finishes at St Brelade’s Parish Hall, St Aubin

      Bus Routes   Buses 12a, 14 and 15

      Booking essential

      Contact Jon at [email protected]

    • WOOL SPINNERS, KNITTERS AND DYERS
      10:00 am-4:00 pm
      2021.09.02-2021.10.31

      May to October – Tuesdays and Thursdays (Thursdays and Sundays in late May and June)

      Find the ladies around Hamptonne on Tuesdays and Thursdays, recreating the historic art of hand spinning yarn on a wheel, natural dyeing and the knitting of the fashionable stockings, which formed a mainstay of rural life in Jersey for some 200 years.

      The Living History rota is subject to change. In order to avoid disappointed, we recommend telephoning 01534-863955 before you visit.

    • KING CHARLES II
      10:30 am-4:00 pm
      2021.09.02

      We are fortunate indeed that His Majesty King Charles II has the delectation to once again visit Elizabeth Castle.

      The King will be available for an audience with his subjects at 10.30am.

      His Majesty will first hold court at the Granite Cross beside the Parade Ground in the Lower Ward, before moving to his erstwhile residence, now known as the Governor’s House.

      Do not miss the opportunity to meet the ‘Merry Monarch’ and listen to him recount many fascinating stories of his time in Jersey during the 17th century.

      Every Tuesday morning, Wednesday afternoon and all day on Thursdays

    • Free St Helier Guided Walk Occupation to Liberation
      10:30 am-12:30 pm
      2021.09.02

      Jersey was occupied by the Germans throughout World War 2.

      Visit sites around St Helier’s Harbour with poignant reminders of events from both the Occupation and Liberation of the Island.

      Hear what really happened during those fateful days.

    • HAMPTONNE TOUR
      11:15 am-1:15 pm
      2021.09.02-2021.10.31

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

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

      Tours may be cancelled at short-notice, so please call ahead if you are coming to take part in a tour. Tel: 01534 863955

      Mondays – Dave Gumbrell at 11.15am

      Tuesdays – Steve Falle at 11.15am

      Wednesdays – Sarah Entwistle at 11.15am

      Thursdays –  Dave Pittom at 11.15am

      Fridays – Dave Gumbrell at 11.15am

    • Woodland Wander – Autumn Walking Week
      2:00 pm-4:00 pm
      2021.09.02
      Enjoy an autumnal ramble through one of Jersey’s loveliest woodlands with John Pinel, looking at how the woodland changes through the seasons and the impact woodlands have on the environment and climate change.

      Time: 2.00pm

      Meeting Point: Grève de Lecq Tower

      Parking: Grève de Lecq Tower Car Park

      Bus Route: 9

      Guide John Pinel

      Price – Free for Members; £10 Non-Members

      Duration: 1.5 -2 hours/Easy walk – some uneven terrain

    • Rural St Lawrence Walk – Autumn Walking Week
      2:15 pm-4:15 pm
      2021.09.02

      A walk around the leafy lanes and paths of St Lawrence passing historic houses, an old watermill and Jersey Water’s Handois Pumping Station at the heart of the Island’s water supply, tucked away in a sheltered valley.

      Time – 2.15 p.m.

      Meeting Point: Hamptonne Country Life Museum by the Granite Arch

      Parking: Hamptonne Car Park

      Bus Route: 7 (Hamptonne stop on main road, then follow signs to Hamptonne)

      Guide Sue Hardy

      Price – Free for Members; £10 Non-Members

      Duration 2 hours/Easy to moderate Walk/2 miles

    • Wild Food Forage – Autumn Walking Week
      4:30 pm-7:00 pm
      2021.09.02
      Come and get lost in the wilds of St. Ouen.

      Take in fantastic scenery, encounter local wildlife and learn about the vast variety of wild edible and medicinal plants our unique environment has to offer. Please dress with an eye on the weather and bring along any food and drink you may need.

      Time: 4.30pm

      Meeting Point: Car Park opposite Kempt Tower

      Parking: Car Park opposite Kempt Tower

      Bus Route: 22

      Guide: Kazz Padidar

      Price – Free for Members; £10 Non-Members – children £5

      Duration 2 .5 hours/Easy walking

    • Take a Walk on the Dark Side of St Helier – Autumn Walking Week
      6:00 pm-8:00 pm
      2021.09.02
      Wander back through time looking at St Helier’s past.

      Focusing on the gruesome side! Discover the streams, sewers & harbour and find out how they were all linked. Learn about the criminal element and the penalties they would receive for their crimes and we shan’t even mention the ‘ladies of the night’!

      Time – 6.00pm

      Meeting point – Millennium Park (on the grass opposite the children’s playground)

      Guide; Sue Gorin

      Price – Free for Members; £10 Non-Members

      Duration – 2 hours/Easy Walking

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  • PEOPLE! POWER! PROTEST!
    All day
    2021.09.03-2021.12.31

    An exhibition that explores how the right to protest has shaped and influenced the Island that we know today.

    ‘People! Power! Protest!’ explores the story of protest in Jersey, from the Corn Riots of 1769 to the Black Lives Matter movement of 2020.

    Jersey may be small but Islanders have made their voices heard loud and clear over the years. Jersey has a fascinating history of protest in the Island and the theme of the exhibition coincides with the 250th anniversary of the Code of Laws that was introduced in response to the Corn Riots.

    The exhibition explores how the right to protest has shaped and influenced the Island that we know today, from historic protests, such as the Corn Riots, to more recent protests such as Extinction Rebellion and Black Lives Matter.

    Among the items on display is the official 18th century court records showing the redacted demands of the Corn Riots protestors, and the petition signed by thousands of people to try and save Queen’s Valley from being flooded in the 1980s. There are also the banners and placards from other protests over the years and photographs of significant post-war campaigns and demonstrations.

    As you enter the exhibition ‘People! Power! Protest!’, you’ll see a  stunning graffiti-style entrance wall by designer James Carter, of Midnight Industries. Celebrated local artist Ian Rolls has also created a new version of his iconic climate stripes mural in the environmental protest section of the exhibition.   Visitors can to listen to stories of protest and share their own memories of their involvement in campaigns and demonstrations over the years.

  • Mysteries of the East – Autumn Walking Week
    9:30 am-12:30 pm
    2021.09.03

    An ancient burial site, a rock used by witches, a murderous windmill and a folly…

    Happen upon all these fragments of Jersey history as you traverse salt marshes, fields, hills, beaches and pathways that wind through the sleepy south-east of the island.

    Time: 9.30 a.m.

    Meeting: St Clement’s Parish Hall

    Parking: St Clement’s Parish Hall

    Bus Route: 1

    Guide: Tom Bunting

    Price: Free for Members; £10 for Non Members

    Duration: 3 hours/Moderate Walking/3 Miles

  • Towers, Tides and Turnstones – Autumn Walking Week
    10:00 am-11:30 am
    2021.09.03

    Starting and finishing at La Rocque enjoy a circular walk taking in the delightful rural lanes of Grouville and a walk along the beach and find out the fascinating history of this part of the Island. Please wear comfortable shoes that you don’t mind getting wet.

    Time: 10.00 a.m.

    Meeting Point: Car at La Rocque

    Parking: La Rocque

    Bus Route: 1

    Guide: Roger Noel

    Price – Free for Members; £10 Non-Members

    Duration of walk approx. 1 .5 hours/Moderate walking

  • A Wildlife Wander in Fern Valley – Autumn Walking Week
    10:00 am-12:30 pm
    2021.09.03

    Join Neil & Alli Singleton (Birding Tours Jersey) for a gentle amble around Fern Valley looking at and listening out for wildlife.

    Learn to recognise birdsong and discover the wildflowers and insects of the changing season. Terrain: Country lanes and good footpaths with some uneven areas. Please bring binoculars if you have them. There will be some available to borrow.

    Time: 10.00 a.m.

    Meeting: The Union Inn

    Parking: The Union Inn Car park (with kind permission of Isabel).

    Bus Route: 5

    Guide: Neil and Alli Singleton

    Price: Free for Members; £10 for Non Members

    Duration: 2.5 hours/Moderate Walking/3 Miles

  • Rock Pool Ramble
    10:00 am-11:30 am
    2021.09.03

    Come along on a ramble to the low-water mark and an exploration of the creatures and their habitats

    Join our Education Officers for a guided walk to the low-water mark and an exploration of the creatures and their habitats. See what you can find….

    Meeting point slipway on the Five Mile Road side of L’Etacq (below Faulkner Fisheries)

    All equipment will be provided, and advice on clothing etc. will be sent prior to event start, please ensure that children are accompanied by an adult

    Suitable for ages 5 – 11

    Please note that tickets are only required for children (accompanying adults go free).

    Available for members at £4.00 per child. To join please click here, your support helps us to continue to protect our wonderful natural areas in Jersey and run activities such as this.

  • Mary Le Brun
    10:00 am-4:00 pm
    2021.09.03-2021.09.24

    Mary Le Brun will share stories and the latest tittle tattle from 1793 every Friday from May until end of September.

    The year is 1793. There is much speculation around St Helier about a fabulous tower that Captain Philippe D’Auverge is erecting atop the medieval chapel at La Hougue Bie.

    Mary Le Brun is known, just on occasion mind you, to engage in tittle tattle.

    She simply cannot contain herself, and has rushed here to see if the rumours are true.

    If your path should happen to cross with hers, she’ll no doubt be keen to divulge little-known rumours of the Captain’s adventurers and heroism.

  • Goodwyf
    10:00 am-4:00 pm
    2021.09.03-2021.10.31

    Most Mondays and Wednesdays throughout the season

    Meet the friendly and welcoming Goodwyf, who looks after the house of her master, Monsieur Laurens Hamptonne in the year 1660. 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.

    The Goodwyf will tell you 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.

  • Fief of Bellozanne – Autumn Walking Week
    10:15 am-12:45 pm
    2021.09.03

    Discover the medieval fief of Bellozanne which is synonymous with the vingtaine of Mont-à-L’Abbé.

    The medieval fief of Bellozanne is synonymous with the vingtaine of Mont-à-L’Abbé. Starting at ‘Bellozanne Abbey’, one of the original ‘tenements’ of the fief, this walk will continue to Fern Valley, one of the Trusts most beautiful woodlands, discovering the stories behind today’s landscape along the way. The terrain will include steps, rough paths, hills and green lanes.

    Time: 10.15 a.m.

    Meeting: Outside the Reception at the Westhill Hotel

    Parking: Westhill Hotel car park

    Bus Route: 19 (Stop – Chestnut Lea)

    Guide: Jean Treleven

    Price: Free for Members; £10 for Non Members

    Duration: 2.5 hours/Moderate Walking/3.5 Miles

  • Take a tour of Elizabeth Castle with one of our guides
    10:45 am-2:00 pm
    2021.09.03-2021.10.31

    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.

    Tours may be cancelled at short notice so please call ahead to check if you are coming to the site to take a tour. Tel: 01534 723 971

    Mondays – Join guide Sue Corbel at 10.45am and 2pm

    Tuesdays – Join guide Tracey Radford at 10.45am – starts 4 April and guide Daphne Aubert at 1.30pm

    Wednesdays – Join guide Janet Wicks at 11am

    Thursdays – Join guide Christine Herbert at 10.45am – starts 8 April and guide Michelle Hervieu at 2pm

    Fridays – Join guide Juliette White at 10.45 am and at 1.30pm

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

    Sundays – Join guide Nic Rolland at 10.30am and at 2pm (afternoon tours until May only)

  • LA HOUGUE BIE TOUR
    10:45 am-4:00 pm
    2021.09.03-2021.10.31

    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.

    Tours may be cancelled at short-notice so please call ahead if you are coming to attend a tour. Tel: 01534 853823

    Mondays – Sheila Ponomarenko at 10.45am and Jon Ponomarenko at 2pm (not 12 19 or 26 April)

    Tuesdays – Edward Le Couteur at 10.45am

    Wednesdays – Philippa Kergozou at 10.45am

    Thursdays – Annette Lowe at 10.45am (not 15, 22 or 29 April)

    Fridays – Craig Leach at 10.45am – starts May

    Saturdays – Sarah Kitchin at 10.45am – starts 27 March

  • From Danes to Germans and Everything Inbetween – Autumn Walking Week
    1:30 pm-4:30 pm
    2021.09.03

    Discover the effect that the Danes and the Germans had on our Island’s history and landscape,.

    Explore the picturesque lanes running through the centre of the island. Discover the effect that the Danes and the Germans had on our Island’s history and landscape, and find out how the Danish legacy remains present in the administration of the Island today. You will explore field systems and agricultural practices and uncover magnificent 18th century granite houses, and 20th century German fortifications, not to mention some ancient water mills.

    The terrain can, in some parts be uneven, so suitable attire and footwear is recommended.

    Time: 1.30pm.

    Meeting Point: Bus stop near the War Tunnels

    Parking: War Tunnels

    Bus Route: 8

    Guide: Jon Osmont

    Price – Free for Members; £10 Non-Members

    Duration of walk approx. 3 hours/Easy to moderate walking

  • Maritime & Military St Helier – Autumn Walking Week
    2:15 pm-4:45 pm
    2021.09.03

    Discover an old part of the town leading to marvellous views from the heights above the harbour and along the coast, both west and east. Evidence of the British Garrison’s defence of the Island’s coast can be seen, as well as the clues to the sea-faring life of Jersey men. Some steep inclines and steps.

    Time: 2.15p.m.

    Meeting Point: meet on Regent Steps at Snow Hill

    Parking: Snow Hill Car Park or Green Street Car Park

    Guide: Sue Hardy

    Price – Free for Members; £10 Non-Members

    Duration of walk approx. 2.5 hours/Moderate Walking/2.5 miles approx.

  • Radisson Blu Sunset Sessions
    6:00 pm-9:00 pm
    2021.09.03

    Back by popular demand, our Sunset Sessions are returning to our Waterfront Terrace (Weather Permitting)
    Featuring DJ’s Adam Fryer and James Bratch, give us a call to book your table now.
    Latest Government guidelines bust be observed.
    All guests must be 21+
  • The Brian White & Tim Horsfall Quintet – Friday Night Jazz!
    8:00 pm-10:30 pm
    2021.09.03

    The Brian White & Tim Horsfall Quintet is the most acclaimed resident band at Roberto’s Jazz Bar.
    Playing arrangements of inspirational recordings from The Blue Note record label with compositions from iconic jazz musicians such as Horace Silver, Hank Mobley, Freddie Hubbard, Stanley Turrentine and Blue Mitchell.
    Every Friday from 8 PM.

     

  • EATS EVERYTHING – THE SPLASH
    10:00 pm-2:00 am
    2021.09.03-2021.09.04

    ** First HUGE house music event back after 18th months of covid restrictions **
    🔮 OUT-THERE PRE PARTY TO BRING BACK THE MAGIC OF HORIZONS 🔮
    Tickets released 7pm Thursday:
    https://eatseverything2021.eventbrite.co.uk
    Summer isn’t over just yet! It’s time for unmissable nights at the Watersplash to return after more than 18 months and we cannot wait to kick things off in truly unforgettable fashion!
    Next Friday night for our OUT-THERE Pre-Party we proudly bring you the first huge house night back out west – and it is going to be one for the ages!
    Friday 3rd September, join us as we welcome certified house music royalty and one of the finest DJs on the planet – the one and only EATS EVERYTHING to the Splash!
    Eats Everything is an institution of UK electronic music, one of the pre-eminent names in all of tech-house. Quite simply one of the biggest names in the game, with a larger than life personality that shines through whenever he steps behind the controls!
    It’s been years since Eats Everything last played and sold out the Splash for us – and it was one of the most legendary house nights ever at the Splash. We have a feeling that next Friday the atmosphere might just top anything that has come before it, as we celebrate our freedom in style with one of the world’s best!
    Support on the night comes from the mighty Warren Le Sueur and Si Gasston – back playing inside the Splash for the first time in almost 2 years! Providing you with a slice of Horizons magic from early on!
    Tickets will fly out for this one. Grab yours now and guarantee your place at what could turn out to be the Splash night of the year!
    WE ARE BACK !!!
  • More events
    • PEOPLE! POWER! PROTEST!
      All day
      2021.09.03-2021.12.31

      An exhibition that explores how the right to protest has shaped and influenced the Island that we know today.

      ‘People! Power! Protest!’ explores the story of protest in Jersey, from the Corn Riots of 1769 to the Black Lives Matter movement of 2020.

      Jersey may be small but Islanders have made their voices heard loud and clear over the years. Jersey has a fascinating history of protest in the Island and the theme of the exhibition coincides with the 250th anniversary of the Code of Laws that was introduced in response to the Corn Riots.

      The exhibition explores how the right to protest has shaped and influenced the Island that we know today, from historic protests, such as the Corn Riots, to more recent protests such as Extinction Rebellion and Black Lives Matter.

      Among the items on display is the official 18th century court records showing the redacted demands of the Corn Riots protestors, and the petition signed by thousands of people to try and save Queen’s Valley from being flooded in the 1980s. There are also the banners and placards from other protests over the years and photographs of significant post-war campaigns and demonstrations.

      As you enter the exhibition ‘People! Power! Protest!’, you’ll see a  stunning graffiti-style entrance wall by designer James Carter, of Midnight Industries. Celebrated local artist Ian Rolls has also created a new version of his iconic climate stripes mural in the environmental protest section of the exhibition.   Visitors can to listen to stories of protest and share their own memories of their involvement in campaigns and demonstrations over the years.

    • Mysteries of the East – Autumn Walking Week
      9:30 am-12:30 pm
      2021.09.03
      An ancient burial site, a rock used by witches, a murderous windmill and a folly…

      Happen upon all these fragments of Jersey history as you traverse salt marshes, fields, hills, beaches and pathways that wind through the sleepy south-east of the island.

      Time: 9.30 a.m.

      Meeting: St Clement’s Parish Hall

      Parking: St Clement’s Parish Hall

      Bus Route: 1

      Guide: Tom Bunting

      Price: Free for Members; £10 for Non Members

      Duration: 3 hours/Moderate Walking/3 Miles

    • Towers, Tides and Turnstones – Autumn Walking Week
      10:00 am-11:30 am
      2021.09.03
      Starting and finishing at La Rocque enjoy a circular walk taking in the delightful rural lanes of Grouville and a walk along the beach and find out the fascinating history of this part of the Island. Please wear comfortable shoes that you don’t mind getting wet.

      Time: 10.00 a.m.

      Meeting Point: Car at La Rocque

      Parking: La Rocque

      Bus Route: 1

      Guide: Roger Noel

      Price – Free for Members; £10 Non-Members

      Duration of walk approx. 1 .5 hours/Moderate walking

    • A Wildlife Wander in Fern Valley – Autumn Walking Week
      10:00 am-12:30 pm
      2021.09.03
      Join Neil & Alli Singleton (Birding Tours Jersey) for a gentle amble around Fern Valley looking at and listening out for wildlife.

      Learn to recognise birdsong and discover the wildflowers and insects of the changing season. Terrain: Country lanes and good footpaths with some uneven areas. Please bring binoculars if you have them. There will be some available to borrow.

      Time: 10.00 a.m.

      Meeting: The Union Inn

      Parking: The Union Inn Car park (with kind permission of Isabel).

      Bus Route: 5

      Guide: Neil and Alli Singleton

      Price: Free for Members; £10 for Non Members

      Duration: 2.5 hours/Moderate Walking/3 Miles

    • Rock Pool Ramble
      10:00 am-11:30 am
      2021.09.03
      Come along on a ramble to the low-water mark and an exploration of the creatures and their habitats

      Join our Education Officers for a guided walk to the low-water mark and an exploration of the creatures and their habitats. See what you can find….

      Meeting point slipway on the Five Mile Road side of L’Etacq (below Faulkner Fisheries)

      All equipment will be provided, and advice on clothing etc. will be sent prior to event start, please ensure that children are accompanied by an adult

      Suitable for ages 5 – 11

      Please note that tickets are only required for children (accompanying adults go free).

      Available for members at £4.00 per child. To join please click here, your support helps us to continue to protect our wonderful natural areas in Jersey and run activities such as this.

    • Mary Le Brun
      10:00 am-4:00 pm
      2021.09.03-2021.09.24

      Mary Le Brun will share stories and the latest tittle tattle from 1793 every Friday from May until end of September.

      The year is 1793. There is much speculation around St Helier about a fabulous tower that Captain Philippe D’Auverge is erecting atop the medieval chapel at La Hougue Bie.

      Mary Le Brun is known, just on occasion mind you, to engage in tittle tattle.

      She simply cannot contain herself, and has rushed here to see if the rumours are true.

      If your path should happen to cross with hers, she’ll no doubt be keen to divulge little-known rumours of the Captain’s adventurers and heroism.

    • Goodwyf
      10:00 am-4:00 pm
      2021.09.03-2021.10.31

      Most Mondays and Wednesdays throughout the season

      Meet the friendly and welcoming Goodwyf, who looks after the house of her master, Monsieur Laurens Hamptonne in the year 1660. 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.

      The Goodwyf will tell you 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.

    • Fief of Bellozanne – Autumn Walking Week
      10:15 am-12:45 pm
      2021.09.03
      Discover the medieval fief of Bellozanne which is synonymous with the vingtaine of Mont-à-L’Abbé.

      The medieval fief of Bellozanne is synonymous with the vingtaine of Mont-à-L’Abbé. Starting at ‘Bellozanne Abbey’, one of the original ‘tenements’ of the fief, this walk will continue to Fern Valley, one of the Trusts most beautiful woodlands, discovering the stories behind today’s landscape along the way. The terrain will include steps, rough paths, hills and green lanes.

      Time: 10.15 a.m.

      Meeting: Outside the Reception at the Westhill Hotel

      Parking: Westhill Hotel car park

      Bus Route: 19 (Stop – Chestnut Lea)

      Guide: Jean Treleven

      Price: Free for Members; £10 for Non Members

      Duration: 2.5 hours/Moderate Walking/3.5 Miles

    • Take a tour of Elizabeth Castle with one of our guides
      10:45 am-2:00 pm
      2021.09.03-2021.10.31

      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.

      Tours may be cancelled at short notice so please call ahead to check if you are coming to the site to take a tour. Tel: 01534 723 971

      Mondays – Join guide Sue Corbel at 10.45am and 2pm

      Tuesdays – Join guide Tracey Radford at 10.45am – starts 4 April and guide Daphne Aubert at 1.30pm

      Wednesdays – Join guide Janet Wicks at 11am

      Thursdays – Join guide Christine Herbert at 10.45am – starts 8 April and guide Michelle Hervieu at 2pm

      Fridays – Join guide Juliette White at 10.45 am and at 1.30pm

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

      Sundays – Join guide Nic Rolland at 10.30am and at 2pm (afternoon tours until May only)

    • LA HOUGUE BIE TOUR
      10:45 am-4:00 pm
      2021.09.03-2021.10.31

      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.

      Tours may be cancelled at short-notice so please call ahead if you are coming to attend a tour. Tel: 01534 853823

      Mondays – Sheila Ponomarenko at 10.45am and Jon Ponomarenko at 2pm (not 12 19 or 26 April)

      Tuesdays – Edward Le Couteur at 10.45am

      Wednesdays – Philippa Kergozou at 10.45am

      Thursdays – Annette Lowe at 10.45am (not 15, 22 or 29 April)

      Fridays – Craig Leach at 10.45am – starts May

      Saturdays – Sarah Kitchin at 10.45am – starts 27 March

    • From Danes to Germans and Everything Inbetween – Autumn Walking Week
      1:30 pm-4:30 pm
      2021.09.03
      Discover the effect that the Danes and the Germans had on our Island’s history and landscape,.

      Explore the picturesque lanes running through the centre of the island. Discover the effect that the Danes and the Germans had on our Island’s history and landscape, and find out how the Danish legacy remains present in the administration of the Island today. You will explore field systems and agricultural practices and uncover magnificent 18th century granite houses, and 20th century German fortifications, not to mention some ancient water mills.

      The terrain can, in some parts be uneven, so suitable attire and footwear is recommended.

      Time: 1.30pm.

      Meeting Point: Bus stop near the War Tunnels

      Parking: War Tunnels

      Bus Route: 8

      Guide: Jon Osmont

      Price – Free for Members; £10 Non-Members

      Duration of walk approx. 3 hours/Easy to moderate walking

    • Maritime & Military St Helier – Autumn Walking Week
      2:15 pm-4:45 pm
      2021.09.03
      Discover an old part of the town leading to marvellous views from the heights above the harbour and along the coast, both west and east. Evidence of the British Garrison’s defence of the Island’s coast can be seen, as well as the clues to the sea-faring life of Jersey men. Some steep inclines and steps.

      Time: 2.15p.m.

      Meeting Point: meet on Regent Steps at Snow Hill

      Parking: Snow Hill Car Park or Green Street Car Park

      Guide: Sue Hardy

      Price – Free for Members; £10 Non-Members

      Duration of walk approx. 2.5 hours/Moderate Walking/2.5 miles approx.

    • Radisson Blu Sunset Sessions
      6:00 pm-9:00 pm
      2021.09.03
      Back by popular demand, our Sunset Sessions are returning to our Waterfront Terrace (Weather Permitting)
      Featuring DJ’s Adam Fryer and James Bratch, give us a call to book your table now.
      Latest Government guidelines bust be observed.
      All guests must be 21+
    • The Brian White & Tim Horsfall Quintet - Friday Night Jazz!
      8:00 pm-10:30 pm
      2021.09.03
      The Brian White & Tim Horsfall Quintet is the most acclaimed resident band at Roberto’s Jazz Bar.
      Playing arrangements of inspirational recordings from The Blue Note record label with compositions from iconic jazz musicians such as Horace Silver, Hank Mobley, Freddie Hubbard, Stanley Turrentine and Blue Mitchell.
      Every Friday from 8 PM.

       

    • EATS EVERYTHING - THE SPLASH
      10:00 pm-2:00 am
      2021.09.03-2021.09.04
      ** First HUGE house music event back after 18th months of covid restrictions **
      🔮 OUT-THERE PRE PARTY TO BRING BACK THE MAGIC OF HORIZONS 🔮
      Tickets released 7pm Thursday:
      https://eatseverything2021.eventbrite.co.uk
      Summer isn’t over just yet! It’s time for unmissable nights at the Watersplash to return after more than 18 months and we cannot wait to kick things off in truly unforgettable fashion!
      Next Friday night for our OUT-THERE Pre-Party we proudly bring you the first huge house night back out west – and it is going to be one for the ages!
      Friday 3rd September, join us as we welcome certified house music royalty and one of the finest DJs on the planet – the one and only EATS EVERYTHING to the Splash!
      Eats Everything is an institution of UK electronic music, one of the pre-eminent names in all of tech-house. Quite simply one of the biggest names in the game, with a larger than life personality that shines through whenever he steps behind the controls!
      It’s been years since Eats Everything last played and sold out the Splash for us – and it was one of the most legendary house nights ever at the Splash. We have a feeling that next Friday the atmosphere might just top anything that has come before it, as we celebrate our freedom in style with one of the world’s best!
      Support on the night comes from the mighty Warren Le Sueur and Si Gasston – back playing inside the Splash for the first time in almost 2 years! Providing you with a slice of Horizons magic from early on!
      Tickets will fly out for this one. Grab yours now and guarantee your place at what could turn out to be the Splash night of the year!
      WE ARE BACK !!!
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  • Bright Young Things
    All day
    2021.09.06-2021.09.18

    Bright Young Things is a showcase of some of the best artwork produced by this years’ UAL students.

    Despite the challenges presented by a very difficult year, all of the students have responded well and produced work that is a very high standard. On display is work from some of the L3 year 1, L3 year 2 and Foundation Diploma students.

    During their final major project, all students have been encouraged to explore a theme of their choice. Environmental, mental health, feminism, economics and even laundry have formed the starting points for the work on display. The students have responded to the themes by exploring diverse materials and techniques to communicate their ideas.

    This year’s summer show at the School of Art proved to be one of the most successful yet for the department. We had many visitors to the show who gave glowing feedback on the work displayed. Unfortunately, not all of the work is on display here, but it is hoped that anyone viewing the show gains a greater understanding of the work produced by the School of Art and the hard work and variety of disciplines and concepts the students are able to interrogate.

    The Bright Young Things will now be moving on to the next step of their artistic career. Be it studying Women’s Wear at the Royal College of Fashion, Illustration at AUB or coming on to the next level of study at Highlands College.

  • HAMPTONNE TOUR
    11:15 am-1:15 pm
    2021.09.06-2021.10.31

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

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

    Tours may be cancelled at short-notice, so please call ahead if you are coming to take part in a tour. Tel: 01534 863955

    Mondays – Dave Gumbrell at 11.15am

    Tuesdays – Steve Falle at 11.15am

    Wednesdays – Sarah Entwistle at 11.15am

    Thursdays –  Dave Pittom at 11.15am

    Fridays – Dave Gumbrell at 11.15am

  • Concert @ Howard Davis Park
    7:30 pm-9:30 pm
    2021.09.06

    The Band of the Island of Jersey will play their first concert since 2019!
    With a selection of music being played on stage, followed by a Beat Retreat.
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  • The Fox Open Art Competition 2021
    All day
    2021.09.07-2021.09.17

    Get creative and start getting your entries ready for the Fox Open Art Competition 2021!

    Do you fancy having the opportunity to be part of a celebrated exhibition at Jersey Arts Centre and win some prize money? Then look no further, because the entry forms for this year’s Fox Open Art Competition are now available to collect or download.

    All artistic mediums are welcome (except photography), and entrants may submit up to two works that have not previously been shown at Jersey Arts Centre for just £5 and, if you’re a student, you only have to pay £1 to enter your piece(s)! Your artwork must be handed in to Jersey Arts Centre on either Thursday 16 September or Friday 17 September between 10am and 4pm.

    Click on the link below to print off your form, or, pick one up from Jersey Arts Centre’s Box Office.

    Fox Application Form Jersey 2021

  • WOOL SPINNERS, KNITTERS AND DYERS
    10:00 am-4:00 pm
    2021.09.07-2021.10.31

    May to October – Tuesdays and Thursdays (Thursdays and Sundays in late May and June)

    Find the ladies around Hamptonne on Tuesdays and Thursdays, recreating the historic art of hand spinning yarn on a wheel, natural dyeing and the knitting of the fashionable stockings, which formed a mainstay of rural life in Jersey for some 200 years.

    The Living History rota is subject to change. In order to avoid disappointed, we recommend telephoning 01534-863955 before you visit.

  • Goodwyf
    10:00 am-4:00 pm
    2021.09.07-2021.10.31

    Most Mondays and Wednesdays throughout the season

    Meet the friendly and welcoming Goodwyf, who looks after the house of her master, Monsieur Laurens Hamptonne in the year 1660. 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.

    The Goodwyf will tell you 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.

  • An Elizabethan Adventure – Uncovering the secrets of Elizabeth Castle
    10:45 am-12:00 pm
    2021.09.07

    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 a.m. until 12 noon

    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

  • LA HOUGUE BIE TOUR
    10:45 am-4:00 pm
    2021.09.07-2021.10.31

    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.

    Tours may be cancelled at short-notice so please call ahead if you are coming to attend a tour. Tel: 01534 853823

    Mondays – Sheila Ponomarenko at 10.45am and Jon Ponomarenko at 2pm (not 12 19 or 26 April)

    Tuesdays – Edward Le Couteur at 10.45am

    Wednesdays – Philippa Kergozou at 10.45am

    Thursdays – Annette Lowe at 10.45am (not 15, 22 or 29 April)

    Fridays – Craig Leach at 10.45am – starts May

    Saturdays – Sarah Kitchin at 10.45am – starts 27 March

  • Take a tour of Elizabeth Castle with one of our guides
    10:45 am-2:00 pm
    2021.09.07-2021.10.31

    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.

    Tours may be cancelled at short notice so please call ahead to check if you are coming to the site to take a tour. Tel: 01534 723 971

    Mondays – Join guide Sue Corbel at 10.45am and 2pm

    Tuesdays – Join guide Tracey Radford at 10.45am – starts 4 April and guide Daphne Aubert at 1.30pm

    Wednesdays – Join guide Janet Wicks at 11am

    Thursdays – Join guide Christine Herbert at 10.45am – starts 8 April and guide Michelle Hervieu at 2pm

    Fridays – Join guide Juliette White at 10.45 am and at 1.30pm

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

    Sundays – Join guide Nic Rolland at 10.30am and at 2pm (afternoon tours until May only)

  • Uncovering the hidden treasures of St Helier
    4:00 pm-5:15 pm
    2021.09.07

    Meeting at the Jersey Cows in West’s Centre, St Helier, enjoy a 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

    or E-mail [email protected]

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    • The Fox Open Art Competition 2021
      All day
      2021.09.07-2021.09.17

      Get creative and start getting your entries ready for the Fox Open Art Competition 2021!

      Do you fancy having the opportunity to be part of a celebrated exhibition at Jersey Arts Centre and win some prize money? Then look no further, because the entry forms for this year’s Fox Open Art Competition are now available to collect or download.

      All artistic mediums are welcome (except photography), and entrants may submit up to two works that have not previously been shown at Jersey Arts Centre for just £5 and, if you’re a student, you only have to pay £1 to enter your piece(s)! Your artwork must be handed in to Jersey Arts Centre on either Thursday 16 September or Friday 17 September between 10am and 4pm.

      Click on the link below to print off your form, or, pick one up from Jersey Arts Centre’s Box Office.

      Fox Application Form Jersey 2021

    • WOOL SPINNERS, KNITTERS AND DYERS
      10:00 am-4:00 pm
      2021.09.07-2021.10.31

      May to October – Tuesdays and Thursdays (Thursdays and Sundays in late May and June)

      Find the ladies around Hamptonne on Tuesdays and Thursdays, recreating the historic art of hand spinning yarn on a wheel, natural dyeing and the knitting of the fashionable stockings, which formed a mainstay of rural life in Jersey for some 200 years.

      The Living History rota is subject to change. In order to avoid disappointed, we recommend telephoning 01534-863955 before you visit.

    • Goodwyf
      10:00 am-4:00 pm
      2021.09.07-2021.10.31

      Most Mondays and Wednesdays throughout the season

      Meet the friendly and welcoming Goodwyf, who looks after the house of her master, Monsieur Laurens Hamptonne in the year 1660. 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.

      The Goodwyf will tell you 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.

    • An Elizabethan Adventure – Uncovering the secrets of Elizabeth Castle
      10:45 am-12:00 pm
      2021.09.07

      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 a.m. until 12 noon

      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

    • LA HOUGUE BIE TOUR
      10:45 am-4:00 pm
      2021.09.07-2021.10.31

      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.

      Tours may be cancelled at short-notice so please call ahead if you are coming to attend a tour. Tel: 01534 853823

      Mondays – Sheila Ponomarenko at 10.45am and Jon Ponomarenko at 2pm (not 12 19 or 26 April)

      Tuesdays – Edward Le Couteur at 10.45am

      Wednesdays – Philippa Kergozou at 10.45am

      Thursdays – Annette Lowe at 10.45am (not 15, 22 or 29 April)

      Fridays – Craig Leach at 10.45am – starts May

      Saturdays – Sarah Kitchin at 10.45am – starts 27 March

    • Take a tour of Elizabeth Castle with one of our guides
      10:45 am-2:00 pm
      2021.09.07-2021.10.31

      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.

      Tours may be cancelled at short notice so please call ahead to check if you are coming to the site to take a tour. Tel: 01534 723 971

      Mondays – Join guide Sue Corbel at 10.45am and 2pm

      Tuesdays – Join guide Tracey Radford at 10.45am – starts 4 April and guide Daphne Aubert at 1.30pm

      Wednesdays – Join guide Janet Wicks at 11am

      Thursdays – Join guide Christine Herbert at 10.45am – starts 8 April and guide Michelle Hervieu at 2pm

      Fridays – Join guide Juliette White at 10.45 am and at 1.30pm

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

      Sundays – Join guide Nic Rolland at 10.30am and at 2pm (afternoon tours until May only)

    • Uncovering the hidden treasures of St Helier
      4:00 pm-5:15 pm
      2021.09.07

      Meeting at the Jersey Cows in West’s Centre, St Helier, enjoy a 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

      or E-mail [email protected]

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  • CASTLE FALCONER
    10:00 am-4:00 pm
    2021.09.09

    Come and meet the characters at Mont Orgueil Castle. Living History at the Castle takes place on selected days throughout the week from the start of May to end of September.

    Thursdays 10am to 4pm

    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.

    On these dates only – 6 May, 20 May, 3 June, 17 June, 1 July, 15 July, 29 July, 12 August, 26 August, 9 Sept and 23 Sept.

  • Take a free tour of Mont Orgueil Castle with one of our volunteer guides.
    10:30 am-1:00 pm
    2021.09.09-2021.10.31

    Take a free tour of Mont Orgueil 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.

    Tours may be cancelled at short notice so please call ahead to check if you are coming to the site to take a tour. Tel: 01534 853292

    Mondays – Meet guide Roy McCarthy at 10.30am

    Tuesdays – Meet guide Doug McIntosh at 11am – starts 23 March

    Wednesdays – Meet guide Marlene Morris at 11am and at 2pm (no tours 7 April)

    Thursdays – Meet guide Doug McIntosh at 11am – starts 25 March

    Fridays  – Meet guide Geoff Reakes at 11am

    Sundays – Meet guide Daniel Rive at 11am

  • Free Guided Walk St. Helier takes to the air
    10:30 am-12:30 pm
    2021.09.09

    This weeks Blue Badge guide Pete Webb

    Adventures of the sea takes us to pioneers of the air.

    Stories of aviation that gave birth to a passenger port on the beach.

    Fantastic tales wrapped in sculptures, fountains and strange floor-art.

    On the scene, famous names; Lily Langtry, Victor Hugo (Les Mis), Sir Walter Raleigh and King Charles II.

    All this being embraced with a luxurious yacht marina as a backdrop, for the annual Jersey Triathlon.

  • Jersey International Air Display 2021
    1:00 pm-5:00 pm
    2021.09.09

    Very little on the small island of Jersey can rival the variety, spectacle and energy of the International Air Display. The Airshow has established itself over the years as one of the islands premier calendar dates; a midweek show where all the islands children are given the day off school. Markets close for the afternoon and all eyes look to the skies.

    The sweeping vista of St. Aubin’s Bay forms a natural amphitheatre where visitors and locals alike congregate to watch these magnificent aircraft from across the ages.  During this free 4 hour flying display you get to see fast jets, vintage warbirds, classic aircraft and even some local talent!

    The large tidal range, and sheltered waters of the bay also provide the opportunity to mix flying and boating. From the single engine De Havilland Beaver Float Plane to the impressive Dornier DO24 Flying Boat, the bay itself has seen its fair share of ‘touch and goes’ over the years.

    There is also the opportunity to sample some local flavour at the food fair on the lower park.

    The 2021Jersey International Air Display will take place on Thursday 9th September between 13:00 to 17:00.

    For a small fee, members of the public can also get up close and personal with aircraft on the Jersey Airport ramp. With static displays on the Wednesday afternoon, Thursday morning, and after the display itself on Thursday.

  • More events
    • CASTLE FALCONER
      10:00 am-4:00 pm
      2021.09.09

      Come and meet the characters at Mont Orgueil Castle. Living History at the Castle takes place on selected days throughout the week from the start of May to end of September.

      Thursdays 10am to 4pm

      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.

      On these dates only – 6 May, 20 May, 3 June, 17 June, 1 July, 15 July, 29 July, 12 August, 26 August, 9 Sept and 23 Sept.

    • Take a free tour of Mont Orgueil Castle with one of our volunteer guides.
      10:30 am-1:00 pm
      2021.09.09-2021.10.31

      Take a free tour of Mont Orgueil 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.

      Tours may be cancelled at short notice so please call ahead to check if you are coming to the site to take a tour. Tel: 01534 853292

      Mondays – Meet guide Roy McCarthy at 10.30am

      Tuesdays – Meet guide Doug McIntosh at 11am – starts 23 March

      Wednesdays – Meet guide Marlene Morris at 11am and at 2pm (no tours 7 April)

      Thursdays – Meet guide Doug McIntosh at 11am – starts 25 March

      Fridays  – Meet guide Geoff Reakes at 11am

      Sundays – Meet guide Daniel Rive at 11am

    • Free Guided Walk St. Helier takes to the air
      10:30 am-12:30 pm
      2021.09.09

      This weeks Blue Badge guide Pete Webb

      Adventures of the sea takes us to pioneers of the air.

      Stories of aviation that gave birth to a passenger port on the beach.

      Fantastic tales wrapped in sculptures, fountains and strange floor-art.

      On the scene, famous names; Lily Langtry, Victor Hugo (Les Mis), Sir Walter Raleigh and King Charles II.

      All this being embraced with a luxurious yacht marina as a backdrop, for the annual Jersey Triathlon.

    • Jersey International Air Display 2021
      1:00 pm-5:00 pm
      2021.09.09

      Very little on the small island of Jersey can rival the variety, spectacle and energy of the International Air Display. The Airshow has established itself over the years as one of the islands premier calendar dates; a midweek show where all the islands children are given the day off school. Markets close for the afternoon and all eyes look to the skies.

      The sweeping vista of St. Aubin’s Bay forms a natural amphitheatre where visitors and locals alike congregate to watch these magnificent aircraft from across the ages.  During this free 4 hour flying display you get to see fast jets, vintage warbirds, classic aircraft and even some local talent!

      The large tidal range, and sheltered waters of the bay also provide the opportunity to mix flying and boating. From the single engine De Havilland Beaver Float Plane to the impressive Dornier DO24 Flying Boat, the bay itself has seen its fair share of ‘touch and goes’ over the years.

      There is also the opportunity to sample some local flavour at the food fair on the lower park.

      The 2021Jersey International Air Display will take place on Thursday 9th September between 13:00 to 17:00.

      For a small fee, members of the public can also get up close and personal with aircraft on the Jersey Airport ramp. With static displays on the Wednesday afternoon, Thursday morning, and after the display itself on Thursday.

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  • Bright Young Things
    All day
    2021.09.10-2021.09.18

    Bright Young Things is a showcase of some of the best artwork produced by this years’ UAL students.

    Despite the challenges presented by a very difficult year, all of the students have responded well and produced work that is a very high standard. On display is work from some of the L3 year 1, L3 year 2 and Foundation Diploma students.

    During their final major project, all students have been encouraged to explore a theme of their choice. Environmental, mental health, feminism, economics and even laundry have formed the starting points for the work on display. The students have responded to the themes by exploring diverse materials and techniques to communicate their ideas.

    This year’s summer show at the School of Art proved to be one of the most successful yet for the department. We had many visitors to the show who gave glowing feedback on the work displayed. Unfortunately, not all of the work is on display here, but it is hoped that anyone viewing the show gains a greater understanding of the work produced by the School of Art and the hard work and variety of disciplines and concepts the students are able to interrogate.

    The Bright Young Things will now be moving on to the next step of their artistic career. Be it studying Women’s Wear at the Royal College of Fashion, Illustration at AUB or coming on to the next level of study at Highlands College.

  • Mary Le Brun
    10:00 am-4:00 pm
    2021.09.10-2021.09.24

    Mary Le Brun will share stories and the latest tittle tattle from 1793 every Friday from May until end of September.

    The year is 1793. There is much speculation around St Helier about a fabulous tower that Captain Philippe D’Auverge is erecting atop the medieval chapel at La Hougue Bie.

    Mary Le Brun is known, just on occasion mind you, to engage in tittle tattle.

    She simply cannot contain herself, and has rushed here to see if the rumours are true.

    If your path should happen to cross with hers, she’ll no doubt be keen to divulge little-known rumours of the Captain’s adventurers and heroism.

  • HAMPTONNE TOUR
    11:15 am-1:15 pm
    2021.09.10-2021.10.31

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

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

    Tours may be cancelled at short-notice, so please call ahead if you are coming to take part in a tour. Tel: 01534 863955

    Mondays – Dave Gumbrell at 11.15am

    Tuesdays – Steve Falle at 11.15am

    Wednesdays – Sarah Entwistle at 11.15am

    Thursdays –  Dave Pittom at 11.15am

    Fridays – Dave Gumbrell at 11.15am

  • FASHION FOR FUTURES
    6:00 pm-9:00 pm
    2021.09.10

    Catherine Best & Ellis Collection proudly invite you to join us for a sparkling evening of couture, clusters, champagne & caviar!
    Included in the ticket price is free flow champagne and canapes, along with recognisable faces taking to the catwalk dressed by Catherine Best and Ellis Collection. There will be a raffle with some ‘quite something’ prizes too.
    Theatre style seating.
    All proceeds are for the benefit of Brighter Futures.
    For more information visit our website or contact Sharon Betts on [email protected]
  • The Brian White & Tim Horsfall Quintet – Friday Night Jazz!
    8:00 pm-10:30 pm
    2021.09.10

    The Brian White & Tim Horsfall Quintet is the most acclaimed resident band at Roberto’s Jazz Bar.
    Playing arrangements of inspirational recordings from The Blue Note record label with compositions from iconic jazz musicians such as Horace Silver, Hank Mobley, Freddie Hubbard, Stanley Turrentine and Blue Mitchell.
    Every Friday from 8 PM.

     

  • More events
    • Bright Young Things
      All day
      2021.09.10-2021.09.18

      Bright Young Things is a showcase of some of the best artwork produced by this years’ UAL students.

      Despite the challenges presented by a very difficult year, all of the students have responded well and produced work that is a very high standard. On display is work from some of the L3 year 1, L3 year 2 and Foundation Diploma students.

      During their final major project, all students have been encouraged to explore a theme of their choice. Environmental, mental health, feminism, economics and even laundry have formed the starting points for the work on display. The students have responded to the themes by exploring diverse materials and techniques to communicate their ideas.

      This year’s summer show at the School of Art proved to be one of the most successful yet for the department. We had many visitors to the show who gave glowing feedback on the work displayed. Unfortunately, not all of the work is on display here, but it is hoped that anyone viewing the show gains a greater understanding of the work produced by the School of Art and the hard work and variety of disciplines and concepts the students are able to interrogate.

      The Bright Young Things will now be moving on to the next step of their artistic career. Be it studying Women’s Wear at the Royal College of Fashion, Illustration at AUB or coming on to the next level of study at Highlands College.

    • Mary Le Brun
      10:00 am-4:00 pm
      2021.09.10-2021.09.24

      Mary Le Brun will share stories and the latest tittle tattle from 1793 every Friday from May until end of September.

      The year is 1793. There is much speculation around St Helier about a fabulous tower that Captain Philippe D’Auverge is erecting atop the medieval chapel at La Hougue Bie.

      Mary Le Brun is known, just on occasion mind you, to engage in tittle tattle.

      She simply cannot contain herself, and has rushed here to see if the rumours are true.

      If your path should happen to cross with hers, she’ll no doubt be keen to divulge little-known rumours of the Captain’s adventurers and heroism.

    • HAMPTONNE TOUR
      11:15 am-1:15 pm
      2021.09.10-2021.10.31

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

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

      Tours may be cancelled at short-notice, so please call ahead if you are coming to take part in a tour. Tel: 01534 863955

      Mondays – Dave Gumbrell at 11.15am

      Tuesdays – Steve Falle at 11.15am

      Wednesdays – Sarah Entwistle at 11.15am

      Thursdays –  Dave Pittom at 11.15am

      Fridays – Dave Gumbrell at 11.15am

    • FASHION FOR FUTURES
      6:00 pm-9:00 pm
      2021.09.10
      Catherine Best & Ellis Collection proudly invite you to join us for a sparkling evening of couture, clusters, champagne & caviar!
      Included in the ticket price is free flow champagne and canapes, along with recognisable faces taking to the catwalk dressed by Catherine Best and Ellis Collection. There will be a raffle with some ‘quite something’ prizes too.
      Theatre style seating.
      All proceeds are for the benefit of Brighter Futures.
      For more information visit our website or contact Sharon Betts on [email protected]
    • The Brian White & Tim Horsfall Quintet - Friday Night Jazz!
      8:00 pm-10:30 pm
      2021.09.10
      The Brian White & Tim Horsfall Quintet is the most acclaimed resident band at Roberto’s Jazz Bar.
      Playing arrangements of inspirational recordings from The Blue Note record label with compositions from iconic jazz musicians such as Horace Silver, Hank Mobley, Freddie Hubbard, Stanley Turrentine and Blue Mitchell.
      Every Friday from 8 PM.

       

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  • The Fox Open Art Competition 2021
    All day
    2021.09.11-2021.09.17

    Get creative and start getting your entries ready for the Fox Open Art Competition 2021!

    Do you fancy having the opportunity to be part of a celebrated exhibition at Jersey Arts Centre and win some prize money? Then look no further, because the entry forms for this year’s Fox Open Art Competition are now available to collect or download.

    All artistic mediums are welcome (except photography), and entrants may submit up to two works that have not previously been shown at Jersey Arts Centre for just £5 and, if you’re a student, you only have to pay £1 to enter your piece(s)! Your artwork must be handed in to Jersey Arts Centre on either Thursday 16 September or Friday 17 September between 10am and 4pm.

    Click on the link below to print off your form, or, pick one up from Jersey Arts Centre’s Box Office.

    Fox Application Form Jersey 2021

  • PEOPLE! POWER! PROTEST!
    All day
    2021.09.11-2021.12.31

    An exhibition that explores how the right to protest has shaped and influenced the Island that we know today.

    ‘People! Power! Protest!’ explores the story of protest in Jersey, from the Corn Riots of 1769 to the Black Lives Matter movement of 2020.

    Jersey may be small but Islanders have made their voices heard loud and clear over the years. Jersey has a fascinating history of protest in the Island and the theme of the exhibition coincides with the 250th anniversary of the Code of Laws that was introduced in response to the Corn Riots.

    The exhibition explores how the right to protest has shaped and influenced the Island that we know today, from historic protests, such as the Corn Riots, to more recent protests such as Extinction Rebellion and Black Lives Matter.

    Among the items on display is the official 18th century court records showing the redacted demands of the Corn Riots protestors, and the petition signed by thousands of people to try and save Queen’s Valley from being flooded in the 1980s. There are also the banners and placards from other protests over the years and photographs of significant post-war campaigns and demonstrations.

    As you enter the exhibition ‘People! Power! Protest!’, you’ll see a  stunning graffiti-style entrance wall by designer James Carter, of Midnight Industries. Celebrated local artist Ian Rolls has also created a new version of his iconic climate stripes mural in the environmental protest section of the exhibition.   Visitors can to listen to stories of protest and share their own memories of their involvement in campaigns and demonstrations over the years.

  • Crabs Direct Seafood Stall St Clement Parish Hall – Saturday
    8:00 am-12:00 pm
    2021.09.11

    Crabs direct will be at St Clements parish hall today 8 till 12 .

    We have sea food platters , some cracking chancre and spider crabs , lobsters , freshly picked crab meat and lots more

  • Towers Tides and Turnstones – Uncovering Grouville with Roger Noel
    10:00 am-12:30 pm
    2021.09.11

    Join Roger Noel on a fascinating exploration of the South-East corner of Jersey, from coastline to country lanes and back again.

    This circular walk begins at La Rocque Harbour where you can hear about the fascinating history of this harbour and former fishing port.  See where the invading French troops landed on a cold winter’s night of 5th January 1781, and learn of the 18th and 20th century fortifications that now protect this area of coastline, which is also a designated area of special interest, and protected Ramsar site.

    From La Rocque you wander inland, venturing into the countryside, to enjoy fantastic views, catch glimpses of visiting and local birdlife, and hear a little of our agriculture and oyster farming industries.

    The walk returns full circle, through the country lanes, following the route of the old Jersey Eastern Railway, and heads back to the beach, for a final stroll along the shoreline returning to La Rocque Harbour.

    This gentle stroll, which encounters no hills and just a few steps, will take approximately three hours, with a chance of a well earned refreshment at the end.

    Pre-book by telephoning Roger on 07797 824721

    Please meet at the Telephone Box at La Rocque Harbour.

  • Exploration of Jersey Tea Tour
    10:00 am-12:30 pm
    2021.09.11

    WHERE: TRINITY, JERSEY
    WHEN: 11TH SEPTEMBER 2021 (10:00AM)

    DURATION: 2.5 HOURS
    PRICE: £35 PER PERSON

    Want to find out more about tea in Jersey? Come on one of our tours! We will meet at our processing facility and take a small bus to one of our three tea gardens here in Jersey. After a walk in one of our serene fields, we will come back to the processing site to go over the details and intricacies of making tea. We will finish off by enjoying a tasting of the Jersey Fine Tea collection.
    Book HERE


    We will be following all Jersey COVID compliance regulations. Email at us at [email protected] if you have any restrictions or need special accommodation.

  • BLACKSMITH
    10:00 am-4:00 pm
    2021.09.11

    The blacksmith was an important man on the farm in the 19th century, as he shaped and repaired all things made of metal. Enjoy a riveting demonstration of period forging techniques and take home a souvenir of a special experience.

    Wednesdays from 7 July to 11 August

    Saturdays from 21 August to 11 September

    The Living History rota is subject to change. In order to avoid disappointed, we recommend telephoning 01534-863955 before you visit.

  • Goodwyf
    10:00 am-4:00 pm
    2021.09.11-2021.10.31

    Most Mondays and Wednesdays throughout the season

    Meet the friendly and welcoming Goodwyf, who looks after the house of her master, Monsieur Laurens Hamptonne in the year 1660. 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.

    The Goodwyf will tell you 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.

  • Take a tour of Elizabeth Castle with one of our guides
    10:45 am-2:00 pm
    2021.09.11-2021.10.31

    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.

    Tours may be cancelled at short notice so please call ahead to check if you are coming to the site to take a tour. Tel: 01534 723 971

    Mondays – Join guide Sue Corbel at 10.45am and 2pm

    Tuesdays – Join guide Tracey Radford at 10.45am – starts 4 April and guide Daphne Aubert at 1.30pm

    Wednesdays – Join guide Janet Wicks at 11am

    Thursdays – Join guide Christine Herbert at 10.45am – starts 8 April and guide Michelle Hervieu at 2pm

    Fridays – Join guide Juliette White at 10.45 am and at 1.30pm

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

    Sundays – Join guide Nic Rolland at 10.30am and at 2pm (afternoon tours until May only)

  • LA HOUGUE BIE TOUR
    10:45 am-4:00 pm
    2021.09.11-2021.10.31

    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.

    Tours may be cancelled at short-notice so please call ahead if you are coming to attend a tour. Tel: 01534 853823

    Mondays – Sheila Ponomarenko at 10.45am and Jon Ponomarenko at 2pm (not 12 19 or 26 April)

    Tuesdays – Edward Le Couteur at 10.45am

    Wednesdays – Philippa Kergozou at 10.45am

    Thursdays – Annette Lowe at 10.45am (not 15, 22 or 29 April)

    Fridays – Craig Leach at 10.45am – starts May

    Saturdays – Sarah Kitchin at 10.45am – starts 27 March

  • OUT-THERE 2021
    2:00 pm-10:30 pm
    2021.09.11-2021.09.12

    After a summer of feeling hopeful and positive, the last few weeks and the subsequent rise in cases have seen us once again fighting to try and keep OUT-THERE alive. Alive not just for us, but for every single one of you that wanted to spend your time with us in the Valley of the Unknown at the most anticipated dance event ever on our beautiful island.
    Earlier this year we took the decision to move our dates to the 21st and 22nd August to give the event the best possible chance of being able to bring you the kind of party you all deserve – moving to two days to bring you the lineup we promised last year, as well as a completely fresh world-class lineup of talent for 2021.
    Unfortunately following Friday’s announcement by the government it is now clear that we will not be able to run OUT-THERE on the re-scheduled dates as all large-scale events have been ruled out for August, as they try to stem the current COVID tide in the island.
    We are not going to let this stop us just yet! After urgent discussions with the local authorities, event suppliers and artist agents, we have decided to reschedule OUT-THERE to the 11th and 12th Sept 2021 (Subject to Bailiff’s Permission) and are hopeful that the current situation will have improved enough by then for OUT-THERE to take place!
    This is an event that we have all been waiting for now for over 2 years. We have poured our hearts and souls into it every single day of planning, hoping that we would be able to share this outstanding event with you. Despite the number of recent challenges, you have given us your support and seen us through the toughest of times, and what that meant to all of us on the OUT-THERE team cannot be easily summed up into words.
    You showed your support by snapping up tickets in record time, with 4000 weekend tickets selling out almost overnight. The sense of anticipation in the air has been palpable, truth be told we probably could have sold 10000 tickets this year, demand has been that crazy. That desire is what has kept us fighting!
    The thing keeping us going is the thought of seeing all of you back together again in front of us in the Valley of the Unknown, for the party we all deserve after quite possibly the toughest couple of years we as an island have had in our lifetimes.
    We know these new dates may not be suitable for everyone, but please bare with us as we make these changes. It is no mean feat trying to reorganise a festival on such short notice! But you can truly have faith that if we are allowed to run in September – we will make this the most unmissable party the island has ever witnessed!
    We have been working non-stop with agents and have managed to move across 80% of the artists from our original lineup, which at this short notice is unbelievable, and will be announcing our full lineups very soon. Any artists that were already fully booked with other shows will return at OUT-THERE 2022!
    Your tickets will be automatically rolled over to our new dates in September, you do not need to do anything! Should you not be able to make these new dates we will offer you the opportunity to roll your tickets over to next year’s event free of charge!
    Over the next few weeks please be safe, be responsible, and lend your support to our cause. Events and nightlife are part of the cultural lifeblood of Jersey and we all really hope to get back to doing what we do best as soon as we possibly can!
  • The Thirteenth Fish
    4:00 pm-5:00 pm
    2021.09.11-2021.09.12

    A Jersey Arts Centre Residency in association with Societe Jersiaise

    Join scholar, performer, and local fairy Dr Adam Perchard for an hour of theatrical ritual, magic and song at the Faldouet Dolmen.

    This piece will immerse you in Jersey’s Neolithic past, brining to life the people who erected the stones and were buried amongst them. Flitting between the worlds of opera, comedy, drama, and academia, your Puckish guide will lead you on an interactive journey through history and folklore to ask new questions about Jersey’s identity. Who were we 6,000 years ago, and who are we now? There’s something queer about these stones. Ask the right questions, and you’ll find them full of answers.

    Praise for Dr Adam Perchard’s other projects:

    “Dazzling” – The Financial Times

    “Hugely talented” – The Times

    “Perchard makes song and sentiment throb with life” – The Guardian

    Capacity limited to 30 at each performance, so book early to avoid disappointment!

    THE WEATHER: Please bring warm and waterproof clothing as performances will go ahead whatever the weather. Please note that no refunds will be offered unless a performance is cancelled.

    PARKING: As there is no allocated parking at Faldouet Dolmen, please arrive by bike, on foot, or by public transport, or make arrangements to park your car safely, appropriately and with plenty of time to spare!

    11 September – 12 September
    4pm + 6pm (50 minutes)

  • LIVE & LOCAL with The Jersey Bounce in the Park
    6:00 pm-9:30 pm
    2021.09.11

    We are very excited to announce that on Saturday 11th of September we are taking over the beautiful HOWARD DAVIS PARK for a special night of Music! 🎤🎸🎷🎺🎹
    This event is completely FREE for everyone thanks to our generous Sponsor ‘Hawksford’ & kind support from Stage 2 Productions. Gates will be open at 6pm.
    During the first coronavirus lockdown The Jersey Bounce put on a virtual show to raise money for Jersey Hospice and we promised to put on a free live concert if we succeeded our goal of raising £1,000. The performance superseded its target raising over £3,300. Now, the band are keeping our ‘free concert’ promise with the ‘Live and Local’ event, to thank all those that donated!
    Gates open at 6pm and ‘The Bounce’ will be live on stage at 7pm.
    Tickets are available by following the Eventbrite link…https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/…/live-and-local-with-the…
    Please come and join us for a full night of live entertainment, as we celebrate music through the ages and our freedom after a challenging 18 months through the pandemic.
    So bring a picnic, bring a blanket, bring your friends and your dancing shoes for a unforgettable night! 😊
    The Bounce x
  • Yield
    8:30 pm-10:30 pm
    2021.09.11

    The Mighty Yield return to The Horse!!
    Real Rock, Grunge, Punk & Blues. It’s all there…
    They say…….
    We are Yield, Jerseys hardest rocking band!
    If you like it loud and hard see you Saturday.
  • ADRIA GODFREY
    9:00 pm-11:30 pm
    2021.09.11

    Join us for dinner, drinks & live music.

    Adria Godfrey is a natural performer with a beautiful voice and an innate ability to connect with the audience.

    She will take you back to her Latin musical origins with Alegría, her Latin ensemble.

    They give this irresistible genre a modern twist, resulting in a genuinely fantastic and authentic musical experience for you.

    Roberto’s Jazz Bar features the largest Gin collection in the Channel Islands. Let our bartenders pair your meal with the ideal G&T.

  • More events
    • The Fox Open Art Competition 2021
      All day
      2021.09.11-2021.09.17

      Get creative and start getting your entries ready for the Fox Open Art Competition 2021!

      Do you fancy having the opportunity to be part of a celebrated exhibition at Jersey Arts Centre and win some prize money? Then look no further, because the entry forms for this year’s Fox Open Art Competition are now available to collect or download.

      All artistic mediums are welcome (except photography), and entrants may submit up to two works that have not previously been shown at Jersey Arts Centre for just £5 and, if you’re a student, you only have to pay £1 to enter your piece(s)! Your artwork must be handed in to Jersey Arts Centre on either Thursday 16 September or Friday 17 September between 10am and 4pm.

      Click on the link below to print off your form, or, pick one up from Jersey Arts Centre’s Box Office.

      Fox Application Form Jersey 2021

    • PEOPLE! POWER! PROTEST!
      All day
      2021.09.11-2021.12.31

      An exhibition that explores how the right to protest has shaped and influenced the Island that we know today.

      ‘People! Power! Protest!’ explores the story of protest in Jersey, from the Corn Riots of 1769 to the Black Lives Matter movement of 2020.

      Jersey may be small but Islanders have made their voices heard loud and clear over the years. Jersey has a fascinating history of protest in the Island and the theme of the exhibition coincides with the 250th anniversary of the Code of Laws that was introduced in response to the Corn Riots.

      The exhibition explores how the right to protest has shaped and influenced the Island that we know today, from historic protests, such as the Corn Riots, to more recent protests such as Extinction Rebellion and Black Lives Matter.

      Among the items on display is the official 18th century court records showing the redacted demands of the Corn Riots protestors, and the petition signed by thousands of people to try and save Queen’s Valley from being flooded in the 1980s. There are also the banners and placards from other protests over the years and photographs of significant post-war campaigns and demonstrations.

      As you enter the exhibition ‘People! Power! Protest!’, you’ll see a  stunning graffiti-style entrance wall by designer James Carter, of Midnight Industries. Celebrated local artist Ian Rolls has also created a new version of his iconic climate stripes mural in the environmental protest section of the exhibition.   Visitors can to listen to stories of protest and share their own memories of their involvement in campaigns and demonstrations over the years.

    • Crabs Direct Seafood Stall St Clement Parish Hall - Saturday
      8:00 am-12:00 pm
      2021.09.11

      Crabs direct will be at St Clements parish hall today 8 till 12 .

      We have sea food platters , some cracking chancre and spider crabs , lobsters , freshly picked crab meat and lots more

    • Towers Tides and Turnstones – Uncovering Grouville with Roger Noel
      10:00 am-12:30 pm
      2021.09.11

      Join Roger Noel on a fascinating exploration of the South-East corner of Jersey, from coastline to country lanes and back again.

      This circular walk begins at La Rocque Harbour where you can hear about the fascinating history of this harbour and former fishing port.  See where the invading French troops landed on a cold winter’s night of 5th January 1781, and learn of the 18th and 20th century fortifications that now protect this area of coastline, which is also a designated area of special interest, and protected Ramsar site.

      From La Rocque you wander inland, venturing into the countryside, to enjoy fantastic views, catch glimpses of visiting and local birdlife, and hear a little of our agriculture and oyster farming industries.

      The walk returns full circle, through the country lanes, following the route of the old Jersey Eastern Railway, and heads back to the beach, for a final stroll along the shoreline returning to La Rocque Harbour.

      This gentle stroll, which encounters no hills and just a few steps, will take approximately three hours, with a chance of a well earned refreshment at the end.

      Pre-book by telephoning Roger on 07797 824721

      Please meet at the Telephone Box at La Rocque Harbour.

    • Exploration of Jersey Tea Tour
      10:00 am-12:30 pm
      2021.09.11

      WHERE: TRINITY, JERSEY
      WHEN: 11TH SEPTEMBER 2021 (10:00AM)

      DURATION: 2.5 HOURS
      PRICE: £35 PER PERSON

      Want to find out more about tea in Jersey? Come on one of our tours! We will meet at our processing facility and take a small bus to one of our three tea gardens here in Jersey. After a walk in one of our serene fields, we will come back to the processing site to go over the details and intricacies of making tea. We will finish off by enjoying a tasting of the Jersey Fine Tea collection.
      Book HERE


      We will be following all Jersey COVID compliance regulations. Email at us at [email protected] if you have any restrictions or need special accommodation.

    • BLACKSMITH
      10:00 am-4:00 pm
      2021.09.11

      The blacksmith was an important man on the farm in the 19th century, as he shaped and repaired all things made of metal. Enjoy a riveting demonstration of period forging techniques and take home a souvenir of a special experience.

      Wednesdays from 7 July to 11 August

      Saturdays from 21 August to 11 September

      The Living History rota is subject to change. In order to avoid disappointed, we recommend telephoning 01534-863955 before you visit.

    • Goodwyf
      10:00 am-4:00 pm
      2021.09.11-2021.10.31

      Most Mondays and Wednesdays throughout the season

      Meet the friendly and welcoming Goodwyf, who looks after the house of her master, Monsieur Laurens Hamptonne in the year 1660. 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.

      The Goodwyf will tell you 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.

    • Take a tour of Elizabeth Castle with one of our guides
      10:45 am-2:00 pm
      2021.09.11-2021.10.31

      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.

      Tours may be cancelled at short notice so please call ahead to check if you are coming to the site to take a tour. Tel: 01534 723 971

      Mondays – Join guide Sue Corbel at 10.45am and 2pm

      Tuesdays – Join guide Tracey Radford at 10.45am – starts 4 April and guide Daphne Aubert at 1.30pm

      Wednesdays – Join guide Janet Wicks at 11am

      Thursdays – Join guide Christine Herbert at 10.45am – starts 8 April and guide Michelle Hervieu at 2pm

      Fridays – Join guide Juliette White at 10.45 am and at 1.30pm

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

      Sundays – Join guide Nic Rolland at 10.30am and at 2pm (afternoon tours until May only)

    • LA HOUGUE BIE TOUR
      10:45 am-4:00 pm
      2021.09.11-2021.10.31

      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.

      Tours may be cancelled at short-notice so please call ahead if you are coming to attend a tour. Tel: 01534 853823

      Mondays – Sheila Ponomarenko at 10.45am and Jon Ponomarenko at 2pm (not 12 19 or 26 April)

      Tuesdays – Edward Le Couteur at 10.45am

      Wednesdays – Philippa Kergozou at 10.45am

      Thursdays – Annette Lowe at 10.45am (not 15, 22 or 29 April)

      Fridays – Craig Leach at 10.45am – starts May

      Saturdays – Sarah Kitchin at 10.45am – starts 27 March

    • OUT-THERE 2021
      2:00 pm-10:30 pm
      2021.09.11-2021.09.12
      After a summer of feeling hopeful and positive, the last few weeks and the subsequent rise in cases have seen us once again fighting to try and keep OUT-THERE alive. Alive not just for us, but for every single one of you that wanted to spend your time with us in the Valley of the Unknown at the most anticipated dance event ever on our beautiful island.
      Earlier this year we took the decision to move our dates to the 21st and 22nd August to give the event the best possible chance of being able to bring you the kind of party you all deserve – moving to two days to bring you the lineup we promised last year, as well as a completely fresh world-class lineup of talent for 2021.
      Unfortunately following Friday’s announcement by the government it is now clear that we will not be able to run OUT-THERE on the re-scheduled dates as all large-scale events have been ruled out for August, as they try to stem the current COVID tide in the island.
      We are not going to let this stop us just yet! After urgent discussions with the local authorities, event suppliers and artist agents, we have decided to reschedule OUT-THERE to the 11th and 12th Sept 2021 (Subject to Bailiff’s Permission) and are hopeful that the current situation will have improved enough by then for OUT-THERE to take place!
      This is an event that we have all been waiting for now for over 2 years. We have poured our hearts and souls into it every single day of planning, hoping that we would be able to share this outstanding event with you. Despite the number of recent challenges, you have given us your support and seen us through the toughest of times, and what that meant to all of us on the OUT-THERE team cannot be easily summed up into words.
      You showed your support by snapping up tickets in record time, with 4000 weekend tickets selling out almost overnight. The sense of anticipation in the air has been palpable, truth be told we probably could have sold 10000 tickets this year, demand has been that crazy. That desire is what has kept us fighting!
      The thing keeping us going is the thought of seeing all of you back together again in front of us in the Valley of the Unknown, for the party we all deserve after quite possibly the toughest couple of years we as an island have had in our lifetimes.
      We know these new dates may not be suitable for everyone, but please bare with us as we make these changes. It is no mean feat trying to reorganise a festival on such short notice! But you can truly have faith that if we are allowed to run in September – we will make this the most unmissable party the island has ever witnessed!
      We have been working non-stop with agents and have managed to move across 80% of the artists from our original lineup, which at this short notice is unbelievable, and will be announcing our full lineups very soon. Any artists that were already fully booked with other shows will return at OUT-THERE 2022!
      Your tickets will be automatically rolled over to our new dates in September, you do not need to do anything! Should you not be able to make these new dates we will offer you the opportunity to roll your tickets over to next year’s event free of charge!
      Over the next few weeks please be safe, be responsible, and lend your support to our cause. Events and nightlife are part of the cultural lifeblood of Jersey and we all really hope to get back to doing what we do best as soon as we possibly can!
    • The Thirteenth Fish
      4:00 pm-5:00 pm
      2021.09.11-2021.09.12

      A Jersey Arts Centre Residency in association with Societe Jersiaise

      Join scholar, performer, and local fairy Dr Adam Perchard for an hour of theatrical ritual, magic and song at the Faldouet Dolmen.

      This piece will immerse you in Jersey’s Neolithic past, brining to life the people who erected the stones and were buried amongst them. Flitting between the worlds of opera, comedy, drama, and academia, your Puckish guide will lead you on an interactive journey through history and folklore to ask new questions about Jersey’s identity. Who were we 6,000 years ago, and who are we now? There’s something queer about these stones. Ask the right questions, and you’ll find them full of answers.

      Praise for Dr Adam Perchard’s other projects:

      “Dazzling” – The Financial Times

      “Hugely talented” – The Times

      “Perchard makes song and sentiment throb with life” – The Guardian

      Capacity limited to 30 at each performance, so book early to avoid disappointment!

      THE WEATHER: Please bring warm and waterproof clothing as performances will go ahead whatever the weather. Please note that no refunds will be offered unless a performance is cancelled.

      PARKING: As there is no allocated parking at Faldouet Dolmen, please arrive by bike, on foot, or by public transport, or make arrangements to park your car safely, appropriately and with plenty of time to spare!

      11 September – 12 September
      4pm + 6pm (50 minutes)

    • LIVE & LOCAL with The Jersey Bounce in the Park
      6:00 pm-9:30 pm
      2021.09.11
      We are very excited to announce that on Saturday 11th of September we are taking over the beautiful HOWARD DAVIS PARK for a special night of Music! 🎤🎸🎷🎺🎹
      This event is completely FREE for everyone thanks to our generous Sponsor ‘Hawksford’ & kind support from Stage 2 Productions. Gates will be open at 6pm.
      During the first coronavirus lockdown The Jersey Bounce put on a virtual show to raise money for Jersey Hospice and we promised to put on a free live concert if we succeeded our goal of raising £1,000. The performance superseded its target raising over £3,300. Now, the band are keeping our ‘free concert’ promise with the ‘Live and Local’ event, to thank all those that donated!
      Gates open at 6pm and ‘The Bounce’ will be live on stage at 7pm.
      Tickets are available by following the Eventbrite link…https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/…/live-and-local-with-the…
      Please come and join us for a full night of live entertainment, as we celebrate music through the ages and our freedom after a challenging 18 months through the pandemic.
      So bring a picnic, bring a blanket, bring your friends and your dancing shoes for a unforgettable night! 😊
      The Bounce x
    • Yield
      8:30 pm-10:30 pm
      2021.09.11
      The Mighty Yield return to The Horse!!
      Real Rock, Grunge, Punk & Blues. It’s all there…
      They say…….
      We are Yield, Jerseys hardest rocking band!
      If you like it loud and hard see you Saturday.
    • ADRIA GODFREY
      9:00 pm-11:30 pm
      2021.09.11

      Join us for dinner, drinks & live music.

      Adria Godfrey is a natural performer with a beautiful voice and an innate ability to connect with the audience.

      She will take you back to her Latin musical origins with Alegría, her Latin ensemble.

      They give this irresistible genre a modern twist, resulting in a genuinely fantastic and authentic musical experience for you.

      Roberto’s Jazz Bar features the largest Gin collection in the Channel Islands. Let our bartenders pair your meal with the ideal G&T.

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  • Living History At Elizabeth Castle – The Master Gunner
    All day
    2021.09.12-2021.09.30

    THE MASTER GUNNER

    Look out for the splendid 18th century Master Gunner on the Castle Green and Parade Ground – you can’t miss his colourful uniform and Brown Bess flintlock musket, which he’ll be glad to demonstrate for you as he shares stories of the Castle’s dramatic past.

    PERFORMANCE TIMES VARY

    Living History takes place at the Castle on Monday to Saturday from April to October, and on most Sundays in July and August. To avoid disappointment, we recommend that you call the Castle before you visit to check on the day’s performance times. Tel: 01534 723971.

  • 1781 JERSEY MILITIA
    All day
    2021.09.12

    A thrilling display of artillery and Georgian life. Prepare yourself for the dramatic return of the 1781 Jersey Militia, who will transport you back to the colourful life of Elizabeth Castle in the 18th century.

    Be entertained by the loud bangs of cannon and musket, and catch an authentic glimpse of the period day to day life of a soldier and his family.

  • Great North Coast Charity Challenge
    All day
    2021.09.12

    A sponsored walk over the beautiful, rugged north coast of the Island starting at St Catherine’s and finishing at Grosnez – 20 miles. Raising funds for our projects in Rwanda, helping to develop schools in Rusizi District. We are building and renovating classrooms for primary and secondary schools. The course follows the cliff paths with some walking on roads along the way, it’s a strenuous but rewarding challenge and participants typically take between 5 – 10 hours to complete.

    There is an on-line registration fee of £21 and all proceeds will go to our projects in Rwanda.

    Late Registration is open on Sunday morning, 12th September, cost £30

    This year’s walk takes place on Sunday 12th September 2020 starting between 8am – 9am

    Register Online HERE

     

  • JAYF Open Gardens – Oaklands
    2:00 pm-5:00 pm
    2021.09.12

    Oaklands, La Rue d’Elysée, St Peter JE3 7DT

    Visit this beautiful rambling garden where highlights include specimen shrubs, a large pond and extensive woodland, featuring silver birch, acers and what is reputed to be Jersey’s largest walnut.

    Open by kind permission of Mrs Melissa Bonn.

    Delicious cream teas available.

    Admission £5. Children under 12 Free.

    Regret no dogs. Free parking.

  • The September Meeting
    2:30 pm-5:00 pm
    2021.09.12

    A relaxing day in the September sunshine.

    Coaches – for the afternoon meetings, there is a 12pm and 1pm service from Liberation Station, in St Helier. Return service is 5.30pm.

    All coaches depart from stand O at Liberation Station, cost £10 per person. This does not include entry to the course.

    First race starts: 2:30 pm

  • DAWN AND EVEN SONG SESSIONS
    7:30 pm-9:00 pm
    2021.09.12

    Experience the dawn of a new day or the peaceful end of the day with birdsong at La Hougue Bie – a truly magical experience. Over the past year with less air travel and a quieter life, the birds have taken centre stage, we’ve begun to notice and appreciate them more than ever before. The Dawn Chorus and Even Song sessions are a way of reconnecting with nature and appreciating our feathery friends.

    As the day begins or ends join Alli and Neil of Birding Tours – Jersey’ to identify the bird song amidst the beautiful surroundings of this site of historical and archaeological importance.

    If you are joining us for the dawn session, stay and enjoy the sunrise from the chapel footpath and witness a truly memorable moment! Don’t forget to bring a picnic breakfast to enjoy under a canopy of trees before the site opens to the public.

    Jersey Heritage Members, Corporate Members and Patrons & Benefactors can add Promotion Code JHMEMBER at checkout to receive a £5 discount. Look for the blue text Promotion Code on your checkout to apply the discount. You will need to bring your Membership card (corporate card or Patron card) with you on the day.

    Book online here.

    COST PER PERSON

    £10 (additional booking fees are charged by EventBrite)

    SESSIONS

    All sessions take place at La Hougue Bie.

     

  • NIC DINNIE BAND
    8:00 pm-10:30 pm
    2021.09.12

    Dine and unwind at Roberto’s Jazz Bar while listening to Nic Dinnie Band. In a groovy setting, you’ll be treated to music by Stevie Wonder, Frank Sinatra, John Mayer, and other great musicians.

    The finest gin selection in the Channel Islands is at Roberto’s Jazz Bar. Ask our bartenders to match your meal to the ideal G&T.

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    • Living History At Elizabeth Castle - The Master Gunner
      All day
      2021.09.12-2021.09.30
      THE MASTER GUNNER

      Look out for the splendid 18th century Master Gunner on the Castle Green and Parade Ground – you can’t miss his colourful uniform and Brown Bess flintlock musket, which he’ll be glad to demonstrate for you as he shares stories of the Castle’s dramatic past.

      PERFORMANCE TIMES VARY

      Living History takes place at the Castle on Monday to Saturday from April to October, and on most Sundays in July and August. To avoid disappointment, we recommend that you call the Castle before you visit to check on the day’s performance times. Tel: 01534 723971.

    • 1781 JERSEY MILITIA
      All day
      2021.09.12

      A thrilling display of artillery and Georgian life. Prepare yourself for the dramatic return of the 1781 Jersey Militia, who will transport you back to the colourful life of Elizabeth Castle in the 18th century.

      Be entertained by the loud bangs of cannon and musket, and catch an authentic glimpse of the period day to day life of a soldier and his family.

    • Great North Coast Charity Challenge
      All day
      2021.09.12

      A sponsored walk over the beautiful, rugged north coast of the Island starting at St Catherine’s and finishing at Grosnez – 20 miles. Raising funds for our projects in Rwanda, helping to develop schools in Rusizi District. We are building and renovating classrooms for primary and secondary schools. The course follows the cliff paths with some walking on roads along the way, it’s a strenuous but rewarding challenge and participants typically take between 5 – 10 hours to complete.

      There is an on-line registration fee of £21 and all proceeds will go to our projects in Rwanda.

      Late Registration is open on Sunday morning, 12th September, cost £30

      This year’s walk takes place on Sunday 12th September 2020 starting between 8am – 9am

      Register Online HERE

       

    • JAYF Open Gardens - Oaklands
      2:00 pm-5:00 pm
      2021.09.12
      Oaklands, La Rue d’Elysée, St Peter JE3 7DT

      Visit this beautiful rambling garden where highlights include specimen shrubs, a large pond and extensive woodland, featuring silver birch, acers and what is reputed to be Jersey’s largest walnut.

      Open by kind permission of Mrs Melissa Bonn.

      Delicious cream teas available.

      Admission £5. Children under 12 Free.

      Regret no dogs. Free parking.

    • The September Meeting
      2:30 pm-5:00 pm
      2021.09.12

      A relaxing day in the September sunshine.

      Coaches – for the afternoon meetings, there is a 12pm and 1pm service from Liberation Station, in St Helier. Return service is 5.30pm.

      All coaches depart from stand O at Liberation Station, cost £10 per person. This does not include entry to the course.

      First race starts: 2:30 pm

    • DAWN AND EVEN SONG SESSIONS
      7:30 pm-9:00 pm
      2021.09.12

      Experience the dawn of a new day or the peaceful end of the day with birdsong at La Hougue Bie – a truly magical experience. Over the past year with less air travel and a quieter life, the birds have taken centre stage, we’ve begun to notice and appreciate them more than ever before. The Dawn Chorus and Even Song sessions are a way of reconnecting with nature and appreciating our feathery friends.

      As the day begins or ends join Alli and Neil of Birding Tours – Jersey’ to identify the bird song amidst the beautiful surroundings of this site of historical and archaeological importance.

      If you are joining us for the dawn session, stay and enjoy the sunrise from the chapel footpath and witness a truly memorable moment! Don’t forget to bring a picnic breakfast to enjoy under a canopy of trees before the site opens to the public.

      Jersey Heritage Members, Corporate Members and Patrons & Benefactors can add Promotion Code JHMEMBER at checkout to receive a £5 discount. Look for the blue text Promotion Code on your checkout to apply the discount. You will need to bring your Membership card (corporate card or Patron card) with you on the day.

      Book online here.

      COST PER PERSON

      £10 (additional booking fees are charged by EventBrite)

      SESSIONS

      All sessions take place at La Hougue Bie.

       

    • NIC DINNIE BAND
      8:00 pm-10:30 pm
      2021.09.12

      Dine and unwind at Roberto’s Jazz Bar while listening to Nic Dinnie Band. In a groovy setting, you’ll be treated to music by Stevie Wonder, Frank Sinatra, John Mayer, and other great musicians.

      The finest gin selection in the Channel Islands is at Roberto’s Jazz Bar. Ask our bartenders to match your meal to the ideal G&T.

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  • PEOPLE! POWER! PROTEST!
    All day
    2021.09.13-2021.12.31

    An exhibition that explores how the right to protest has shaped and influenced the Island that we know today.

    ‘People! Power! Protest!’ explores the story of protest in Jersey, from the Corn Riots of 1769 to the Black Lives Matter movement of 2020.

    Jersey may be small but Islanders have made their voices heard loud and clear over the years. Jersey has a fascinating history of protest in the Island and the theme of the exhibition coincides with the 250th anniversary of the Code of Laws that was introduced in response to the Corn Riots.

    The exhibition explores how the right to protest has shaped and influenced the Island that we know today, from historic protests, such as the Corn Riots, to more recent protests such as Extinction Rebellion and Black Lives Matter.

    Among the items on display is the official 18th century court records showing the redacted demands of the Corn Riots protestors, and the petition signed by thousands of people to try and save Queen’s Valley from being flooded in the 1980s. There are also the banners and placards from other protests over the years and photographs of significant post-war campaigns and demonstrations.

    As you enter the exhibition ‘People! Power! Protest!’, you’ll see a  stunning graffiti-style entrance wall by designer James Carter, of Midnight Industries. Celebrated local artist Ian Rolls has also created a new version of his iconic climate stripes mural in the environmental protest section of the exhibition.   Visitors can to listen to stories of protest and share their own memories of their involvement in campaigns and demonstrations over the years.

  • Take a free tour of Mont Orgueil Castle with one of our volunteer guides.
    10:30 am-1:00 pm
    2021.09.13-2021.10.31

    Take a free tour of Mont Orgueil 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.

    Tours may be cancelled at short notice so please call ahead to check if you are coming to the site to take a tour. Tel: 01534 853292

    Mondays – Meet guide Roy McCarthy at 10.30am

    Tuesdays – Meet guide Doug McIntosh at 11am – starts 23 March

    Wednesdays – Meet guide Marlene Morris at 11am and at 2pm (no tours 7 April)

    Thursdays – Meet guide Doug McIntosh at 11am – starts 25 March

    Fridays  – Meet guide Geoff Reakes at 11am

    Sundays – Meet guide Daniel Rive at 11am

  • Inn of the Sixth Happiness
    2:00 pm-4:00 pm
    2021.09.13

    https://youtu.be/wHUSIJx3630

    Ingrid Bergman stars as Gladys Aylward, a tenacious British woman who, after being denied an application to become a missionary, runs an inn for travelling merchants. Based on a true story, the film is set in China during the Japanese invasion, and the tumultuous years leading up to the Second World War.

  • The Perfect Candidate
    8:00 pm-10:00 pm
    2021.09.13

    https://youtu.be/j4WdvsZLDtg

    Saudi Arabia 2019 / 101 mins / Cert: PG / Director: Haifaa al-Mansour

    This Arabic-language feature film, starring Mila Al Zahrani as Maryam, tells the story of a Saudi Arabian doctor whose run for office in her local city elections forces her community, and her family, to accept their first female candidate.

    Open to Jersey Film Society Members only.

    Tickets must be booked in advance at the Box Office.

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    • PEOPLE! POWER! PROTEST!
      All day
      2021.09.13-2021.12.31

      An exhibition that explores how the right to protest has shaped and influenced the Island that we know today.

      ‘People! Power! Protest!’ explores the story of protest in Jersey, from the Corn Riots of 1769 to the Black Lives Matter movement of 2020.

      Jersey may be small but Islanders have made their voices heard loud and clear over the years. Jersey has a fascinating history of protest in the Island and the theme of the exhibition coincides with the 250th anniversary of the Code of Laws that was introduced in response to the Corn Riots.

      The exhibition explores how the right to protest has shaped and influenced the Island that we know today, from historic protests, such as the Corn Riots, to more recent protests such as Extinction Rebellion and Black Lives Matter.

      Among the items on display is the official 18th century court records showing the redacted demands of the Corn Riots protestors, and the petition signed by thousands of people to try and save Queen’s Valley from being flooded in the 1980s. There are also the banners and placards from other protests over the years and photographs of significant post-war campaigns and demonstrations.

      As you enter the exhibition ‘People! Power! Protest!’, you’ll see a  stunning graffiti-style entrance wall by designer James Carter, of Midnight Industries. Celebrated local artist Ian Rolls has also created a new version of his iconic climate stripes mural in the environmental protest section of the exhibition.   Visitors can to listen to stories of protest and share their own memories of their involvement in campaigns and demonstrations over the years.

    • Take a free tour of Mont Orgueil Castle with one of our volunteer guides.
      10:30 am-1:00 pm
      2021.09.13-2021.10.31

      Take a free tour of Mont Orgueil 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.

      Tours may be cancelled at short notice so please call ahead to check if you are coming to the site to take a tour. Tel: 01534 853292

      Mondays – Meet guide Roy McCarthy at 10.30am

      Tuesdays – Meet guide Doug McIntosh at 11am – starts 23 March

      Wednesdays – Meet guide Marlene Morris at 11am and at 2pm (no tours 7 April)

      Thursdays – Meet guide Doug McIntosh at 11am – starts 25 March

      Fridays  – Meet guide Geoff Reakes at 11am

      Sundays – Meet guide Daniel Rive at 11am

    • Inn of the Sixth Happiness
      2:00 pm-4:00 pm
      2021.09.13

      https://youtu.be/wHUSIJx3630

      Ingrid Bergman stars as Gladys Aylward, a tenacious British woman who, after being denied an application to become a missionary, runs an inn for travelling merchants. Based on a true story, the film is set in China during the Japanese invasion, and the tumultuous years leading up to the Second World War.

    • The Perfect Candidate
      8:00 pm-10:00 pm
      2021.09.13

      https://youtu.be/j4WdvsZLDtg

      Saudi Arabia 2019 / 101 mins / Cert: PG / Director: Haifaa al-Mansour

      This Arabic-language feature film, starring Mila Al Zahrani as Maryam, tells the story of a Saudi Arabian doctor whose run for office in her local city elections forces her community, and her family, to accept their first female candidate.

      Open to Jersey Film Society Members only.

      Tickets must be booked in advance at the Box Office.

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  • Bright Young Things
    All day
    2021.09.14-2021.09.18

    Bright Young Things is a showcase of some of the best artwork produced by this years’ UAL students.

    Despite the challenges presented by a very difficult year, all of the students have responded well and produced work that is a very high standard. On display is work from some of the L3 year 1, L3 year 2 and Foundation Diploma students.

    During their final major project, all students have been encouraged to explore a theme of their choice. Environmental, mental health, feminism, economics and even laundry have formed the starting points for the work on display. The students have responded to the themes by exploring diverse materials and techniques to communicate their ideas.

    This year’s summer show at the School of Art proved to be one of the most successful yet for the department. We had many visitors to the show who gave glowing feedback on the work displayed. Unfortunately, not all of the work is on display here, but it is hoped that anyone viewing the show gains a greater understanding of the work produced by the School of Art and the hard work and variety of disciplines and concepts the students are able to interrogate.

    The Bright Young Things will now be moving on to the next step of their artistic career. Be it studying Women’s Wear at the Royal College of Fashion, Illustration at AUB or coming on to the next level of study at Highlands College.

  • An Elizabethan Adventure – Uncovering the secrets of Elizabeth Castle
    10:45 am-12:00 pm
    2021.09.14

    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 a.m. until 12 noon

    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

  • HAMPTONNE TOUR
    11:15 am-1:15 pm
    2021.09.14-2021.10.31

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

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

    Tours may be cancelled at short-notice, so please call ahead if you are coming to take part in a tour. Tel: 01534 863955

    Mondays – Dave Gumbrell at 11.15am

    Tuesdays – Steve Falle at 11.15am

    Wednesdays – Sarah Entwistle at 11.15am

    Thursdays –  Dave Pittom at 11.15am

    Fridays – Dave Gumbrell at 11.15am

  • Uncovering the hidden treasures of St Helier
    4:00 pm-5:15 pm
    2021.09.14

    Meeting at the Jersey Cows in West’s Centre, St Helier, enjoy a 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

    or E-mail [email protected]

  • Crazy Rich Asians
    7:00 pm-9:00 pm
    2021.09.14

    https://youtu.be/ZQ-YX-5bAs0

    When Chinese-American professor Rachel Chu (Constance Wu) visits her boyfriend Nick’s (Henry Golding) family for the first time in Singapore, she is shocked to discover that he belongs to one of the richest families in the country. Rachel is thrust into an unfamiliar world of society rules, expectations and family politics whilst trying to make her relationship with Nick survive. Funny, touching and beautifully shot, this is a rom-com with a little something extra.

  • More events
    • Bright Young Things
      All day
      2021.09.14-2021.09.18

      Bright Young Things is a showcase of some of the best artwork produced by this years’ UAL students.

      Despite the challenges presented by a very difficult year, all of the students have responded well and produced work that is a very high standard. On display is work from some of the L3 year 1, L3 year 2 and Foundation Diploma students.

      During their final major project, all students have been encouraged to explore a theme of their choice. Environmental, mental health, feminism, economics and even laundry have formed the starting points for the work on display. The students have responded to the themes by exploring diverse materials and techniques to communicate their ideas.

      This year’s summer show at the School of Art proved to be one of the most successful yet for the department. We had many visitors to the show who gave glowing feedback on the work displayed. Unfortunately, not all of the work is on display here, but it is hoped that anyone viewing the show gains a greater understanding of the work produced by the School of Art and the hard work and variety of disciplines and concepts the students are able to interrogate.

      The Bright Young Things will now be moving on to the next step of their artistic career. Be it studying Women’s Wear at the Royal College of Fashion, Illustration at AUB or coming on to the next level of study at Highlands College.

    • An Elizabethan Adventure – Uncovering the secrets of Elizabeth Castle
      10:45 am-12:00 pm
      2021.09.14

      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 a.m. until 12 noon

      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

    • HAMPTONNE TOUR
      11:15 am-1:15 pm
      2021.09.14-2021.10.31

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

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

      Tours may be cancelled at short-notice, so please call ahead if you are coming to take part in a tour. Tel: 01534 863955

      Mondays – Dave Gumbrell at 11.15am

      Tuesdays – Steve Falle at 11.15am

      Wednesdays – Sarah Entwistle at 11.15am

      Thursdays –  Dave Pittom at 11.15am

      Fridays – Dave Gumbrell at 11.15am

    • Uncovering the hidden treasures of St Helier
      4:00 pm-5:15 pm
      2021.09.14

      Meeting at the Jersey Cows in West’s Centre, St Helier, enjoy a 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

      or E-mail [email protected]

    • Crazy Rich Asians
      7:00 pm-9:00 pm
      2021.09.14

      https://youtu.be/ZQ-YX-5bAs0

      When Chinese-American professor Rachel Chu (Constance Wu) visits her boyfriend Nick’s (Henry Golding) family for the first time in Singapore, she is shocked to discover that he belongs to one of the richest families in the country. Rachel is thrust into an unfamiliar world of society rules, expectations and family politics whilst trying to make her relationship with Nick survive. Funny, touching and beautifully shot, this is a rom-com with a little something extra.

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  • Goodwyf
    10:00 am-4:00 pm
    2021.09.15-2021.10.31

    Most Mondays and Wednesdays throughout the season

    Meet the friendly and welcoming Goodwyf, who looks after the house of her master, Monsieur Laurens Hamptonne in the year 1660. 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.

    The Goodwyf will tell you 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.

  • STORY TELLER
    10:30 am-12:00 pm
    2021.09.15-2021.10.31

    Come and meet the characters at Mont Orgueil Castle. Living History at the Castle takes place on selected days throughout the week from the start of May to end of September.

    Wednesdays 10.30am

    Come to 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.

  • LA HOUGUE BIE TOUR
    10:45 am-4:00 pm
    2021.09.15-2021.10.31

    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.

    Tours may be cancelled at short-notice so please call ahead if you are coming to attend a tour. Tel: 01534 853823

    Mondays – Sheila Ponomarenko at 10.45am and Jon Ponomarenko at 2pm (not 12 19 or 26 April)

    Tuesdays – Edward Le Couteur at 10.45am

    Wednesdays – Philippa Kergozou at 10.45am

    Thursdays – Annette Lowe at 10.45am (not 15, 22 or 29 April)

    Fridays – Craig Leach at 10.45am – starts May

    Saturdays – Sarah Kitchin at 10.45am – starts 27 March

  • Take a tour of Elizabeth Castle with one of our guides
    10:45 am-2:00 pm
    2021.09.15-2021.10.31

    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.

    Tours may be cancelled at short notice so please call ahead to check if you are coming to the site to take a tour. Tel: 01534 723 971

    Mondays – Join guide Sue Corbel at 10.45am and 2pm

    Tuesdays – Join guide Tracey Radford at 10.45am – starts 4 April and guide Daphne Aubert at 1.30pm

    Wednesdays – Join guide Janet Wicks at 11am

    Thursdays – Join guide Christine Herbert at 10.45am – starts 8 April and guide Michelle Hervieu at 2pm

    Fridays – Join guide Juliette White at 10.45 am and at 1.30pm

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

    Sundays – Join guide Nic Rolland at 10.30am and at 2pm (afternoon tours until May only)

  • Running on Empty
    7:00 pm-9:00 pm
    2021.09.15

    https://youtu.be/kDvqRVhQ9UU

    Having been responsible for the anti-war protest bombing of a napalm factory in the 1970s, Annie and Arthur Pope have been on the run ever since, moving their young family from place to place to avoid detection. Their eldest son Danny (River Phoenix), now nineteen, begins to find his family’s way of life challenging and yearns to live a life of his own.

  • Jessica Lloyd Duo – Roberto’s Jazz Bar
    8:00 pm-10:30 pm
    2021.09.15

    Join us this Wednesday for dinner and drinks at Roberto’s Jazz Bar and, chillax accompanied by Jessica Lloyd, a first-class performer.

    Jessica’s angelical voice and heavenly food, a match made in heaven! Roberto’s Jazz Bar features the largest gin collection in Channel Islands. Let our bartenders pair your meal with the perfect G&T.

  • More events
    • Goodwyf
      10:00 am-4:00 pm
      2021.09.15-2021.10.31

      Most Mondays and Wednesdays throughout the season

      Meet the friendly and welcoming Goodwyf, who looks after the house of her master, Monsieur Laurens Hamptonne in the year 1660. 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.

      The Goodwyf will tell you 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.

    • STORY TELLER
      10:30 am-12:00 pm
      2021.09.15-2021.10.31

      Come and meet the characters at Mont Orgueil Castle. Living History at the Castle takes place on selected days throughout the week from the start of May to end of September.

      Wednesdays 10.30am

      Come to 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.

    • LA HOUGUE BIE TOUR
      10:45 am-4:00 pm
      2021.09.15-2021.10.31

      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.

      Tours may be cancelled at short-notice so please call ahead if you are coming to attend a tour. Tel: 01534 853823

      Mondays – Sheila Ponomarenko at 10.45am and Jon Ponomarenko at 2pm (not 12 19 or 26 April)

      Tuesdays – Edward Le Couteur at 10.45am

      Wednesdays – Philippa Kergozou at 10.45am

      Thursdays – Annette Lowe at 10.45am (not 15, 22 or 29 April)

      Fridays – Craig Leach at 10.45am – starts May

      Saturdays – Sarah Kitchin at 10.45am – starts 27 March

    • Take a tour of Elizabeth Castle with one of our guides
      10:45 am-2:00 pm
      2021.09.15-2021.10.31

      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.

      Tours may be cancelled at short notice so please call ahead to check if you are coming to the site to take a tour. Tel: 01534 723 971

      Mondays – Join guide Sue Corbel at 10.45am and 2pm

      Tuesdays – Join guide Tracey Radford at 10.45am – starts 4 April and guide Daphne Aubert at 1.30pm

      Wednesdays – Join guide Janet Wicks at 11am

      Thursdays – Join guide Christine Herbert at 10.45am – starts 8 April and guide Michelle Hervieu at 2pm

      Fridays – Join guide Juliette White at 10.45 am and at 1.30pm

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

      Sundays – Join guide Nic Rolland at 10.30am and at 2pm (afternoon tours until May only)

    • Running on Empty
      7:00 pm-9:00 pm
      2021.09.15

      https://youtu.be/kDvqRVhQ9UU

      Having been responsible for the anti-war protest bombing of a napalm factory in the 1970s, Annie and Arthur Pope have been on the run ever since, moving their young family from place to place to avoid detection. Their eldest son Danny (River Phoenix), now nineteen, begins to find his family’s way of life challenging and yearns to live a life of his own.

    • Jessica Lloyd Duo - Roberto's Jazz Bar
      8:00 pm-10:30 pm
      2021.09.15

      Join us this Wednesday for dinner and drinks at Roberto’s Jazz Bar and, chillax accompanied by Jessica Lloyd, a first-class performer.

      Jessica’s angelical voice and heavenly food, a match made in heaven! Roberto’s Jazz Bar features the largest gin collection in Channel Islands. Let our bartenders pair your meal with the perfect G&T.

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  • Healing Workshop in Jersey
    10:00 am-12:00 pm
    2021.09.19

    The most important thing you can do in your everyday life is to take action to ensure that you are connected to your better self.
    When you are feeling good you are very powerful. Yes you are, do you know why? because you are HAPPY, and with that comes positivity, confidence and empowerment.
    And you all know when you are not connected to your happy, you feel, well.. how can I say it, crap! So along comes stress, anger, annoyance, peeved, irritation, sleepless nights, headaches… all these negative emotions knocking on that mind of yours to let them in, and in they come little by little, bit by bit and before you know it you begin to feel how you are thinking.
    We’ve all been there.
    So in this workshop let’s dwell on the energy of positivity and power so that you can have the miracles in your life, whatever they may be for you.
    Learn proven techniques to help you become more aware, understanding, compassion, forgiveness.
    Transform yourself into the happiest person you know.
    I will show you through Guided Meditations, Mindfulness, Manifesting and whatever else is brought to my mind on the day.
    There are many ways that I can help you, so get in touch today and let’s get Healing…
    Huge Love
    Julie
    ********************************
    Investment: £25.00
    https://paypal.me/Dryburgh?locale.x=en_GB
    Call me on 07797 742347 for any more information.
  • Seigneurs, Surf and Sandpipers – Uncovering St Ouen
    10:00 am-12:00 pm
    2021.09.19

    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 p.m. this St Ouen’s Bay wander lasts for approximately three hours.

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

    Pre booking required : Please call Roger on 07797 824721

  • Goodwyf
    10:00 am-4:00 pm
    2021.09.19-2021.10.31

    Most Mondays and Wednesdays throughout the season

    Meet the friendly and welcoming Goodwyf, who looks after the house of her master, Monsieur Laurens Hamptonne in the year 1660. 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.

    The Goodwyf will tell you 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.

  • LA HOUGUE BIE TOUR
    10:45 am-4:00 pm
    2021.09.19-2021.10.31

    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.

    Tours may be cancelled at short-notice so please call ahead if you are coming to attend a tour. Tel: 01534 853823

    Mondays – Sheila Ponomarenko at 10.45am and Jon Ponomarenko at 2pm (not 12 19 or 26 April)

    Tuesdays – Edward Le Couteur at 10.45am

    Wednesdays – Philippa Kergozou at 10.45am

    Thursdays – Annette Lowe at 10.45am (not 15, 22 or 29 April)

    Fridays – Craig Leach at 10.45am – starts May

    Saturdays – Sarah Kitchin at 10.45am – starts 27 March

  • Take a tour of Elizabeth Castle with one of our guides
    10:45 am-2:00 pm
    2021.09.19-2021.10.31

    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.

    Tours may be cancelled at short notice so please call ahead to check if you are coming to the site to take a tour. Tel: 01534 723 971

    Mondays – Join guide Sue Corbel at 10.45am and 2pm

    Tuesdays – Join guide Tracey Radford at 10.45am – starts 4 April and guide Daphne Aubert at 1.30pm

    Wednesdays – Join guide Janet Wicks at 11am

    Thursdays – Join guide Christine Herbert at 10.45am – starts 8 April and guide Michelle Hervieu at 2pm

    Fridays – Join guide Juliette White at 10.45 am and at 1.30pm

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

    Sundays – Join guide Nic Rolland at 10.30am and at 2pm (afternoon tours until May only)

  • Elsie & The Emeralds – Roberto’s Jazz Bar
    8:00 pm-10:30 pm
    2021.09.19

    Enjoy an eclectic set list of Jazz, swing and a dabble of pop all played in their own unique style. Some artists we cover include Ella Fitzgerald, Eva Cassidy, Etta James, Norah Jones, Amy Winehouse, Nat King Cole and many many more. Music from 8 pm.
  • More events
    • Healing Workshop in Jersey
      10:00 am-12:00 pm
      2021.09.19
      The most important thing you can do in your everyday life is to take action to ensure that you are connected to your better self.
      When you are feeling good you are very powerful. Yes you are, do you know why? because you are HAPPY, and with that comes positivity, confidence and empowerment.
      And you all know when you are not connected to your happy, you feel, well.. how can I say it, crap! So along comes stress, anger, annoyance, peeved, irritation, sleepless nights, headaches… all these negative emotions knocking on that mind of yours to let them in, and in they come little by little, bit by bit and before you know it you begin to feel how you are thinking.
      We’ve all been there.
      So in this workshop let’s dwell on the energy of positivity and power so that you can have the miracles in your life, whatever they may be for you.
      Learn proven techniques to help you become more aware, understanding, compassion, forgiveness.
      Transform yourself into the happiest person you know.
      I will show you through Guided Meditations, Mindfulness, Manifesting and whatever else is brought to my mind on the day.
      There are many ways that I can help you, so get in touch today and let’s get Healing…
      Huge Love
      Julie
      ********************************
      Investment: £25.00
      https://paypal.me/Dryburgh?locale.x=en_GB
      Call me on 07797 742347 for any more information.
    • Seigneurs, Surf and Sandpipers – Uncovering St Ouen
      10:00 am-12:00 pm
      2021.09.19

      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 p.m. this St Ouen’s Bay wander lasts for approximately three hours.

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

      Pre booking required : Please call Roger on 07797 824721

    • Goodwyf
      10:00 am-4:00 pm
      2021.09.19-2021.10.31

      Most Mondays and Wednesdays throughout the season

      Meet the friendly and welcoming Goodwyf, who looks after the house of her master, Monsieur Laurens Hamptonne in the year 1660. 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.

      The Goodwyf will tell you 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.

    • LA HOUGUE BIE TOUR
      10:45 am-4:00 pm
      2021.09.19-2021.10.31

      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.

      Tours may be cancelled at short-notice so please call ahead if you are coming to attend a tour. Tel: 01534 853823

      Mondays – Sheila Ponomarenko at 10.45am and Jon Ponomarenko at 2pm (not 12 19 or 26 April)

      Tuesdays – Edward Le Couteur at 10.45am

      Wednesdays – Philippa Kergozou at 10.45am

      Thursdays – Annette Lowe at 10.45am (not 15, 22 or 29 April)

      Fridays – Craig Leach at 10.45am – starts May

      Saturdays – Sarah Kitchin at 10.45am – starts 27 March

    • Take a tour of Elizabeth Castle with one of our guides
      10:45 am-2:00 pm
      2021.09.19-2021.10.31

      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.

      Tours may be cancelled at short notice so please call ahead to check if you are coming to the site to take a tour. Tel: 01534 723 971

      Mondays – Join guide Sue Corbel at 10.45am and 2pm

      Tuesdays – Join guide Tracey Radford at 10.45am – starts 4 April and guide Daphne Aubert at 1.30pm

      Wednesdays – Join guide Janet Wicks at 11am

      Thursdays – Join guide Christine Herbert at 10.45am – starts 8 April and guide Michelle Hervieu at 2pm

      Fridays – Join guide Juliette White at 10.45 am and at 1.30pm

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

      Sundays – Join guide Nic Rolland at 10.30am and at 2pm (afternoon tours until May only)

    • Elsie & The Emeralds - Roberto's Jazz Bar
      8:00 pm-10:30 pm
      2021.09.19
      Enjoy an eclectic set list of Jazz, swing and a dabble of pop all played in their own unique style. Some artists we cover include Ella Fitzgerald, Eva Cassidy, Etta James, Norah Jones, Amy Winehouse, Nat King Cole and many many more. Music from 8 pm.
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  • PEOPLE! POWER! PROTEST!
    All day
    2021.09.21-2021.12.31

    An exhibition that explores how the right to protest has shaped and influenced the Island that we know today.

    ‘People! Power! Protest!’ explores the story of protest in Jersey, from the Corn Riots of 1769 to the Black Lives Matter movement of 2020.

    Jersey may be small but Islanders have made their voices heard loud and clear over the years. Jersey has a fascinating history of protest in the Island and the theme of the exhibition coincides with the 250th anniversary of the Code of Laws that was introduced in response to the Corn Riots.

    The exhibition explores how the right to protest has shaped and influenced the Island that we know today, from historic protests, such as the Corn Riots, to more recent protests such as Extinction Rebellion and Black Lives Matter.

    Among the items on display is the official 18th century court records showing the redacted demands of the Corn Riots protestors, and the petition signed by thousands of people to try and save Queen’s Valley from being flooded in the 1980s. There are also the banners and placards from other protests over the years and photographs of significant post-war campaigns and demonstrations.

    As you enter the exhibition ‘People! Power! Protest!’, you’ll see a  stunning graffiti-style entrance wall by designer James Carter, of Midnight Industries. Celebrated local artist Ian Rolls has also created a new version of his iconic climate stripes mural in the environmental protest section of the exhibition.   Visitors can to listen to stories of protest and share their own memories of their involvement in campaigns and demonstrations over the years.

  • WOOL SPINNERS, KNITTERS AND DYERS
    10:00 am-4:00 pm
    2021.09.21-2021.10.31

    May to October – Tuesdays and Thursdays (Thursdays and Sundays in late May and June)

    Find the ladies around Hamptonne on Tuesdays and Thursdays, recreating the historic art of hand spinning yarn on a wheel, natural dyeing and the knitting of the fashionable stockings, which formed a mainstay of rural life in Jersey for some 200 years.

    The Living History rota is subject to change. In order to avoid disappointed, we recommend telephoning 01534-863955 before you visit.

  • Take a free tour of Mont Orgueil Castle with one of our volunteer guides.
    10:30 am-1:00 pm
    2021.09.21-2021.10.31

    Take a free tour of Mont Orgueil 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.

    Tours may be cancelled at short notice so please call ahead to check if you are coming to the site to take a tour. Tel: 01534 853292

    Mondays – Meet guide Roy McCarthy at 10.30am

    Tuesdays – Meet guide Doug McIntosh at 11am – starts 23 March

    Wednesdays – Meet guide Marlene Morris at 11am and at 2pm (no tours 7 April)

    Thursdays – Meet guide Doug McIntosh at 11am – starts 25 March

    Fridays  – Meet guide Geoff Reakes at 11am

    Sundays – Meet guide Daniel Rive at 11am

  • An Elizabethan Adventure – Uncovering the secrets of Elizabeth Castle
    10:45 am-12:00 pm
    2021.09.21

    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 a.m. until 12 noon

    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

  • More events
    • PEOPLE! POWER! PROTEST!
      All day
      2021.09.21-2021.12.31

      An exhibition that explores how the right to protest has shaped and influenced the Island that we know today.

      ‘People! Power! Protest!’ explores the story of protest in Jersey, from the Corn Riots of 1769 to the Black Lives Matter movement of 2020.

      Jersey may be small but Islanders have made their voices heard loud and clear over the years. Jersey has a fascinating history of protest in the Island and the theme of the exhibition coincides with the 250th anniversary of the Code of Laws that was introduced in response to the Corn Riots.

      The exhibition explores how the right to protest has shaped and influenced the Island that we know today, from historic protests, such as the Corn Riots, to more recent protests such as Extinction Rebellion and Black Lives Matter.

      Among the items on display is the official 18th century court records showing the redacted demands of the Corn Riots protestors, and the petition signed by thousands of people to try and save Queen’s Valley from being flooded in the 1980s. There are also the banners and placards from other protests over the years and photographs of significant post-war campaigns and demonstrations.

      As you enter the exhibition ‘People! Power! Protest!’, you’ll see a  stunning graffiti-style entrance wall by designer James Carter, of Midnight Industries. Celebrated local artist Ian Rolls has also created a new version of his iconic climate stripes mural in the environmental protest section of the exhibition.   Visitors can to listen to stories of protest and share their own memories of their involvement in campaigns and demonstrations over the years.

    • WOOL SPINNERS, KNITTERS AND DYERS
      10:00 am-4:00 pm
      2021.09.21-2021.10.31

      May to October – Tuesdays and Thursdays (Thursdays and Sundays in late May and June)

      Find the ladies around Hamptonne on Tuesdays and Thursdays, recreating the historic art of hand spinning yarn on a wheel, natural dyeing and the knitting of the fashionable stockings, which formed a mainstay of rural life in Jersey for some 200 years.

      The Living History rota is subject to change. In order to avoid disappointed, we recommend telephoning 01534-863955 before you visit.

    • Take a free tour of Mont Orgueil Castle with one of our volunteer guides.
      10:30 am-1:00 pm
      2021.09.21-2021.10.31

      Take a free tour of Mont Orgueil 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.

      Tours may be cancelled at short notice so please call ahead to check if you are coming to the site to take a tour. Tel: 01534 853292

      Mondays – Meet guide Roy McCarthy at 10.30am

      Tuesdays – Meet guide Doug McIntosh at 11am – starts 23 March

      Wednesdays – Meet guide Marlene Morris at 11am and at 2pm (no tours 7 April)

      Thursdays – Meet guide Doug McIntosh at 11am – starts 25 March

      Fridays  – Meet guide Geoff Reakes at 11am

      Sundays – Meet guide Daniel Rive at 11am

    • An Elizabethan Adventure – Uncovering the secrets of Elizabeth Castle
      10:45 am-12:00 pm
      2021.09.21

      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 a.m. until 12 noon

      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

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  • STORY TELLER
    10:30 am-12:00 pm
    2021.09.22-2021.10.31

    Come and meet the characters at Mont Orgueil Castle. Living History at the Castle takes place on selected days throughout the week from the start of May to end of September.

    Wednesdays 10.30am

    Come to 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.

  • Myths, Mysteries and Medieval Marvels of St Clement
    10:30 am-12:30 pm
    2021.09.22

    Enjoy a light-hearted adventure through the lanes and footpaths of St Clement to uncover the stories behind our imposing Jersey Round Towers, an ancient follie and a remarkable 6000 year old tomb. Find a lost railway bridge and follow along the track of the old Jersey Eastern Railway, past two station houses which still exist today.

    Hear of 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 Required.

    Please call Kary Day (07797 741176)

    or e-mail [email protected]

    Bus Route 1

  • HAMPTONNE TOUR
    11:15 am-1:15 pm
    2021.09.22-2021.10.31

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

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

    Tours may be cancelled at short-notice, so please call ahead if you are coming to take part in a tour. Tel: 01534 863955

    Mondays – Dave Gumbrell at 11.15am

    Tuesdays – Steve Falle at 11.15am

    Wednesdays – Sarah Entwistle at 11.15am

    Thursdays –  Dave Pittom at 11.15am

    Fridays – Dave Gumbrell at 11.15am

  • HAWKSFORD CASTLE CHASE
    12:30 pm-1:30 pm
    2021.09.22

    The Hawksford Castle Chase with Trail Monkey is Jersey’s only lunchtime beach trail race for a cause.

    A relay team of two race from the shore out to Elizabeth Castle and back at low-tide. It’s a ‘harder than it looks’ distance of two miles across the sand at low-tide.  Take a look at the route.

    A team of two costs £20, there are discounts for companies entering 5 or more teams.

    Take part and register here.

    Please note – we are not creating single use event running vests, instead all the money from your registration will go to support Jersey Heritage.

  • Live Screening: The Days after Tomorrow: Climate Fiction for the Future
    4:00 pm-5:15 pm
    2021.09.22

    A live screening courtesy of the British Library’s Living Knowledge Network.
    Can we reimagine our relationship with nature and protect the future? Join the Climate Imagination Fellows, Climate Fiction writers from around the world, to find out. As Glasgow prepares to host the UN Climate Conference (COP26), our panel explores the crucial role of imagination in the fight against climate change.
    How can we marshal our collective imagination, accelerate the global transformations required by COP26 and move towards a sustainable way of life? How can we get beyond dystopian visions of climate chaos and focus on more positive, equitable and community-led futures?
    With roots in science fiction, Climate Fiction or ‘Cl-Fi’ is now expanding across genres and styles from poetry to thrillers and more experimental work. This vital area of contemporary fiction grapples with climate science, art, politics and technology, seeking to reinvent the way we envisage tomorrow. At this special event Climate Imagination Fellows: Libia Brenda, Hannah Onoguwe and Vandana Singh share stories that bring the future into the present. They will reflect on the essential role of storytelling in thinking through the consequences of our collective decisions and charting a path towards the futures we want to build together.
    Chaired by journalist, author and cultural commentator Claire Armistead.
    Part of the British Library’s environment event series, The Natural Word, which celebrates the underrepresented voices harnessing the power of imagination to change the world.
  • Yoga for Beginners
    6:00 pm-7:00 pm
    2021.09.22-2021.11.10

    8 sessions (Wednesdays)

    Join Karen Le Mottee for a beginners course that will start you on your Yoga journey. Specially designed for individuals who have little to no experience in Yoga but have always wanted to learn, this course will take you through meditation, breathing techniques, stretching, flexibility and gentle flows.

    There will also be modifications that can be included to ensure that everyone can participate. Taught in a friendly and relaxed atmosphere, this course provides the perfect chance to bring some calm and relaxation to your day. This course is designed for those 45 years and over, but is open to all. Some specialised equipment will be provided, but participants will need to bring their own Yoga mat and plenty of water to drink. Namaste!

    22 September – 10 November
    6pm – 7pm

  • De Lux Duo – Roberto’s Jazz Bar
    8:00 pm-10:30 pm
    2021.09.22

    This Wednesday, come along for dinner & cocktails at Roberto’s Jazz Bar, and enjoy De Lux Duo🍴🍸🎺🎶 Music from 8 pm.
    Roberto’s Jazz Bar features the largest Gin collection in the Channel Islands. Let our bartenders to pair your meal with the ideal G&T 💘
    Book now!
    ☎️ 01534 727521 – 📧 [email protected] / PM or book online https://bit.ly/2LykePH
  • More events
    • STORY TELLER
      10:30 am-12:00 pm
      2021.09.22-2021.10.31

      Come and meet the characters at Mont Orgueil Castle. Living History at the Castle takes place on selected days throughout the week from the start of May to end of September.

      Wednesdays 10.30am

      Come to 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.

    • Myths, Mysteries and Medieval Marvels of St Clement
      10:30 am-12:30 pm
      2021.09.22

      Enjoy a light-hearted adventure through the lanes and footpaths of St Clement to uncover the stories behind our imposing Jersey Round Towers, an ancient follie and a remarkable 6000 year old tomb. Find a lost railway bridge and follow along the track of the old Jersey Eastern Railway, past two station houses which still exist today.

      Hear of 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 Required.

      Please call Kary Day (07797 741176)

      or e-mail [email protected]

      Bus Route 1

    • HAMPTONNE TOUR
      11:15 am-1:15 pm
      2021.09.22-2021.10.31

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

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

      Tours may be cancelled at short-notice, so please call ahead if you are coming to take part in a tour. Tel: 01534 863955

      Mondays – Dave Gumbrell at 11.15am

      Tuesdays – Steve Falle at 11.15am

      Wednesdays – Sarah Entwistle at 11.15am

      Thursdays –  Dave Pittom at 11.15am

      Fridays – Dave Gumbrell at 11.15am

    • HAWKSFORD CASTLE CHASE
      12:30 pm-1:30 pm
      2021.09.22

      The Hawksford Castle Chase with Trail Monkey is Jersey’s only lunchtime beach trail race for a cause.

      A relay team of two race from the shore out to Elizabeth Castle and back at low-tide. It’s a ‘harder than it looks’ distance of two miles across the sand at low-tide.  Take a look at the route.

      A team of two costs £20, there are discounts for companies entering 5 or more teams.

      Take part and register here.

      Please note – we are not creating single use event running vests, instead all the money from your registration will go to support Jersey Heritage.

    • Live Screening: The Days after Tomorrow: Climate Fiction for the Future
      4:00 pm-5:15 pm
      2021.09.22
      A live screening courtesy of the British Library’s Living Knowledge Network.
      Can we reimagine our relationship with nature and protect the future? Join the Climate Imagination Fellows, Climate Fiction writers from around the world, to find out. As Glasgow prepares to host the UN Climate Conference (COP26), our panel explores the crucial role of imagination in the fight against climate change.
      How can we marshal our collective imagination, accelerate the global transformations required by COP26 and move towards a sustainable way of life? How can we get beyond dystopian visions of climate chaos and focus on more positive, equitable and community-led futures?
      With roots in science fiction, Climate Fiction or ‘Cl-Fi’ is now expanding across genres and styles from poetry to thrillers and more experimental work. This vital area of contemporary fiction grapples with climate science, art, politics and technology, seeking to reinvent the way we envisage tomorrow. At this special event Climate Imagination Fellows: Libia Brenda, Hannah Onoguwe and Vandana Singh share stories that bring the future into the present. They will reflect on the essential role of storytelling in thinking through the consequences of our collective decisions and charting a path towards the futures we want to build together.
      Chaired by journalist, author and cultural commentator Claire Armistead.
      Part of the British Library’s environment event series, The Natural Word, which celebrates the underrepresented voices harnessing the power of imagination to change the world.
    • Yoga for Beginners
      6:00 pm-7:00 pm
      2021.09.22-2021.11.10

      8 sessions (Wednesdays)

      Join Karen Le Mottee for a beginners course that will start you on your Yoga journey. Specially designed for individuals who have little to no experience in Yoga but have always wanted to learn, this course will take you through meditation, breathing techniques, stretching, flexibility and gentle flows.

      There will also be modifications that can be included to ensure that everyone can participate. Taught in a friendly and relaxed atmosphere, this course provides the perfect chance to bring some calm and relaxation to your day. This course is designed for those 45 years and over, but is open to all. Some specialised equipment will be provided, but participants will need to bring their own Yoga mat and plenty of water to drink. Namaste!

      22 September – 10 November
      6pm – 7pm

    • De Lux Duo - Roberto's Jazz Bar
      8:00 pm-10:30 pm
      2021.09.22
      This Wednesday, come along for dinner & cocktails at Roberto’s Jazz Bar, and enjoy De Lux Duo🍴🍸🎺🎶 Music from 8 pm.
      Roberto’s Jazz Bar features the largest Gin collection in the Channel Islands. Let our bartenders to pair your meal with the ideal G&T 💘
      Book now!
      ☎️ 01534 727521 – 📧 [email protected] / PM or book online https://bit.ly/2LykePH
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  • CASTLE FALCONER
    10:00 am-4:00 pm
    2021.09.23

    Come and meet the characters at Mont Orgueil Castle. Living History at the Castle takes place on selected days throughout the week from the start of May to end of September.

    Thursdays 10am to 4pm

    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.

    On these dates only – 6 May, 20 May, 3 June, 17 June, 1 July, 15 July, 29 July, 12 August, 26 August, 9 Sept and 23 Sept.

  • Goodwyf
    10:00 am-4:00 pm
    2021.09.23-2021.10.31

    Most Mondays and Wednesdays throughout the season

    Meet the friendly and welcoming Goodwyf, who looks after the house of her master, Monsieur Laurens Hamptonne in the year 1660. 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.

    The Goodwyf will tell you 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.

  • Free St Helier guided Walk Revolution, Riots and a bit of Rebellion
    10:30 am-12:30 pm
    2021.09.23

    The Corn riots weren’t the first unrest felt by the people in this era. They had a deal with the selling off of the Seigneurial rights to men who took advantage of the situation. Next came the six-aux-sol, even the weather joined in. It was no wonder that the people rioted but little seems to have been heard of the women, who rioted in their own way

  • LA HOUGUE BIE TOUR
    10:45 am-4:00 pm
    2021.09.23-2021.10.31

    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.

    Tours may be cancelled at short-notice so please call ahead if you are coming to attend a tour. Tel: 01534 853823

    Mondays – Sheila Ponomarenko at 10.45am and Jon Ponomarenko at 2pm (not 12 19 or 26 April)

    Tuesdays – Edward Le Couteur at 10.45am

    Wednesdays – Philippa Kergozou at 10.45am

    Thursdays – Annette Lowe at 10.45am (not 15, 22 or 29 April)

    Fridays – Craig Leach at 10.45am – starts May

    Saturdays – Sarah Kitchin at 10.45am – starts 27 March

  • Take a tour of Elizabeth Castle with one of our guides
    10:45 am-2:00 pm
    2021.09.23-2021.10.31

    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.

    Tours may be cancelled at short notice so please call ahead to check if you are coming to the site to take a tour. Tel: 01534 723 971

    Mondays – Join guide Sue Corbel at 10.45am and 2pm

    Tuesdays – Join guide Tracey Radford at 10.45am – starts 4 April and guide Daphne Aubert at 1.30pm

    Wednesdays – Join guide Janet Wicks at 11am

    Thursdays – Join guide Christine Herbert at 10.45am – starts 8 April and guide Michelle Hervieu at 2pm

    Fridays – Join guide Juliette White at 10.45 am and at 1.30pm

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

    Sundays – Join guide Nic Rolland at 10.30am and at 2pm (afternoon tours until May only)

  • More events
    • CASTLE FALCONER
      10:00 am-4:00 pm
      2021.09.23

      Come and meet the characters at Mont Orgueil Castle. Living History at the Castle takes place on selected days throughout the week from the start of May to end of September.

      Thursdays 10am to 4pm

      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.

      On these dates only – 6 May, 20 May, 3 June, 17 June, 1 July, 15 July, 29 July, 12 August, 26 August, 9 Sept and 23 Sept.

    • Goodwyf
      10:00 am-4:00 pm
      2021.09.23-2021.10.31

      Most Mondays and Wednesdays throughout the season

      Meet the friendly and welcoming Goodwyf, who looks after the house of her master, Monsieur Laurens Hamptonne in the year 1660. 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.

      The Goodwyf will tell you 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.

    • Free St Helier guided Walk Revolution, Riots and a bit of Rebellion
      10:30 am-12:30 pm
      2021.09.23

      The Corn riots weren’t the first unrest felt by the people in this era. They had a deal with the selling off of the Seigneurial rights to men who took advantage of the situation. Next came the six-aux-sol, even the weather joined in. It was no wonder that the people rioted but little seems to have been heard of the women, who rioted in their own way

    • LA HOUGUE BIE TOUR
      10:45 am-4:00 pm
      2021.09.23-2021.10.31

      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.

      Tours may be cancelled at short-notice so please call ahead if you are coming to attend a tour. Tel: 01534 853823

      Mondays – Sheila Ponomarenko at 10.45am and Jon Ponomarenko at 2pm (not 12 19 or 26 April)

      Tuesdays – Edward Le Couteur at 10.45am

      Wednesdays – Philippa Kergozou at 10.45am

      Thursdays – Annette Lowe at 10.45am (not 15, 22 or 29 April)

      Fridays – Craig Leach at 10.45am – starts May

      Saturdays – Sarah Kitchin at 10.45am – starts 27 March

    • Take a tour of Elizabeth Castle with one of our guides
      10:45 am-2:00 pm
      2021.09.23-2021.10.31

      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.

      Tours may be cancelled at short notice so please call ahead to check if you are coming to the site to take a tour. Tel: 01534 723 971

      Mondays – Join guide Sue Corbel at 10.45am and 2pm

      Tuesdays – Join guide Tracey Radford at 10.45am – starts 4 April and guide Daphne Aubert at 1.30pm

      Wednesdays – Join guide Janet Wicks at 11am

      Thursdays – Join guide Christine Herbert at 10.45am – starts 8 April and guide Michelle Hervieu at 2pm

      Fridays – Join guide Juliette White at 10.45 am and at 1.30pm

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

      Sundays – Join guide Nic Rolland at 10.30am and at 2pm (afternoon tours until May only)

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  • Living History At Elizabeth Castle – The Master Gunner
    All day
    2021.09.24-2021.09.30

    THE MASTER GUNNER

    Look out for the splendid 18th century Master Gunner on the Castle Green and Parade Ground – you can’t miss his colourful uniform and Brown Bess flintlock musket, which he’ll be glad to demonstrate for you as he shares stories of the Castle’s dramatic past.

    PERFORMANCE TIMES VARY

    Living History takes place at the Castle on Monday to Saturday from April to October, and on most Sundays in July and August. To avoid disappointment, we recommend that you call the Castle before you visit to check on the day’s performance times. Tel: 01534 723971.

  • Yoga for Beginners
    10:00 am-11:00 am
    2021.09.24-2021.11.12

    8 sessions (Fridays)

    Join Karen Le Mottee for a beginners course that will start you on your Yoga journey. Specially designed for individuals who have little to no experience in Yoga but have always wanted to learn, this course will take you through meditation, breathing techniques, stretching, flexibility and gentle flows.

    There will also be modifications that can be included to ensure that everyone can participate. Taught in a friendly and relaxed atmosphere, this course provides the perfect chance to bring some calm and relaxation to your day. This course is designed for those 45 years and over, but is open to all. Some specialised equipment will be provided, but participants will need to bring their own Yoga mat and plenty of water to drink. Namaste!

    24 September – 12 November
    10am – 11am

  • Mary Le Brun
    10:00 am-4:00 pm
    2021.09.24

    Mary Le Brun will share stories and the latest tittle tattle from 1793 every Friday from May until end of September.

    The year is 1793. There is much speculation around St Helier about a fabulous tower that Captain Philippe D’Auverge is erecting atop the medieval chapel at La Hougue Bie.

    Mary Le Brun is known, just on occasion mind you, to engage in tittle tattle.

    She simply cannot contain herself, and has rushed here to see if the rumours are true.

    If your path should happen to cross with hers, she’ll no doubt be keen to divulge little-known rumours of the Captain’s adventurers and heroism.

  • Drawing for Enjoyment
    4:30 pm-6:00 pm
    2021.09.24

    1 session

    Chris Mould is an illustrator from West Yorkshire who has worked in all walks of publishing, creating pre press artwork for 30 years.

    In this workshop he will show you how he develops ideas and thoughts on paper. He’ll also share thoughts on working within the arts and pursuing creative careers. He will share his sketchbooks and show examples of finished works.

    Chris welcomes you whether you’ve never picked up a pen before or if you’re well versed in creating artistic content of your own. Just come along, join in with his way of working and have fun.

    Children must be accompanied by an adult. Everyone present at the course must have booked a space.

  • The Brian White & Tim Horsfall Quintet – Friday Night Jazz!
    8:00 pm-10:30 pm
    2021.09.24

    The Brian White & Tim Horsfall Quintet is the most acclaimed resident band at Roberto’s Jazz Bar.
    Playing arrangements of inspirational recordings from The Blue Note record label with compositions from iconic jazz musicians such as Horace Silver, Hank Mobley, Freddie Hubbard, Stanley Turrentine and Blue Mitchell.
    Every Friday from 8 PM.

     

  • Bathtime for Britain
    8:00 pm-10:00 pm
    2021.09.24-2021.09.25

    Bathtime for Britain is back!

    After sellout performances in the summer season, Dr Adam Perchard is returning to the Jersey Arts Centre stage to give more audience members the chance to experience this unforgettable and utterly fabulous show. Featuring pop, rock and musical theatre hits, as well as numerous outfit changes!

    “Dazzling” – The Financial Times

    “Twisted genius” – Time Out

    “Perchard makes song and sentiment throb with life” – The Guardian

    24 September – 25 September
    8pm

  • More events
    • Living History At Elizabeth Castle - The Master Gunner
      All day
      2021.09.24-2021.09.30
      THE MASTER GUNNER

      Look out for the splendid 18th century Master Gunner on the Castle Green and Parade Ground – you can’t miss his colourful uniform and Brown Bess flintlock musket, which he’ll be glad to demonstrate for you as he shares stories of the Castle’s dramatic past.

      PERFORMANCE TIMES VARY

      Living History takes place at the Castle on Monday to Saturday from April to October, and on most Sundays in July and August. To avoid disappointment, we recommend that you call the Castle before you visit to check on the day’s performance times. Tel: 01534 723971.

    • Yoga for Beginners
      10:00 am-11:00 am
      2021.09.24-2021.11.12

      8 sessions (Fridays)

      Join Karen Le Mottee for a beginners course that will start you on your Yoga journey. Specially designed for individuals who have little to no experience in Yoga but have always wanted to learn, this course will take you through meditation, breathing techniques, stretching, flexibility and gentle flows.

      There will also be modifications that can be included to ensure that everyone can participate. Taught in a friendly and relaxed atmosphere, this course provides the perfect chance to bring some calm and relaxation to your day. This course is designed for those 45 years and over, but is open to all. Some specialised equipment will be provided, but participants will need to bring their own Yoga mat and plenty of water to drink. Namaste!

      24 September – 12 November
      10am – 11am

    • Mary Le Brun
      10:00 am-4:00 pm
      2021.09.24

      Mary Le Brun will share stories and the latest tittle tattle from 1793 every Friday from May until end of September.

      The year is 1793. There is much speculation around St Helier about a fabulous tower that Captain Philippe D’Auverge is erecting atop the medieval chapel at La Hougue Bie.

      Mary Le Brun is known, just on occasion mind you, to engage in tittle tattle.

      She simply cannot contain herself, and has rushed here to see if the rumours are true.

      If your path should happen to cross with hers, she’ll no doubt be keen to divulge little-known rumours of the Captain’s adventurers and heroism.

    • Drawing for Enjoyment
      4:30 pm-6:00 pm
      2021.09.24

      1 session

      Chris Mould is an illustrator from West Yorkshire who has worked in all walks of publishing, creating pre press artwork for 30 years.

      In this workshop he will show you how he develops ideas and thoughts on paper. He’ll also share thoughts on working within the arts and pursuing creative careers. He will share his sketchbooks and show examples of finished works.

      Chris welcomes you whether you’ve never picked up a pen before or if you’re well versed in creating artistic content of your own. Just come along, join in with his way of working and have fun.

      Children must be accompanied by an adult. Everyone present at the course must have booked a space.

    • The Brian White & Tim Horsfall Quintet - Friday Night Jazz!
      8:00 pm-10:30 pm
      2021.09.24
      The Brian White & Tim Horsfall Quintet is the most acclaimed resident band at Roberto’s Jazz Bar.
      Playing arrangements of inspirational recordings from The Blue Note record label with compositions from iconic jazz musicians such as Horace Silver, Hank Mobley, Freddie Hubbard, Stanley Turrentine and Blue Mitchell.
      Every Friday from 8 PM.

       

    • Bathtime for Britain
      8:00 pm-10:00 pm
      2021.09.24-2021.09.25

      Bathtime for Britain is back!

      After sellout performances in the summer season, Dr Adam Perchard is returning to the Jersey Arts Centre stage to give more audience members the chance to experience this unforgettable and utterly fabulous show. Featuring pop, rock and musical theatre hits, as well as numerous outfit changes!

      “Dazzling” – The Financial Times

      “Twisted genius” – Time Out

      “Perchard makes song and sentiment throb with life” – The Guardian

      24 September – 25 September
      8pm

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  • Crabs Direct Seafood Stall St Clement Parish Hall – Saturday
    8:00 am-12:00 pm
    2021.09.25

    Crabs direct will be at St Clements parish hall today 8 till 12 .

    We have sea food platters , some cracking chancre and spider crabs , lobsters , freshly picked crab meat and lots more

  • Take a free tour of Mont Orgueil Castle with one of our volunteer guides.
    10:30 am-1:00 pm
    2021.09.25-2021.10.31

    Take a free tour of Mont Orgueil 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.

    Tours may be cancelled at short notice so please call ahead to check if you are coming to the site to take a tour. Tel: 01534 853292

    Mondays – Meet guide Roy McCarthy at 10.30am

    Tuesdays – Meet guide Doug McIntosh at 11am – starts 23 March

    Wednesdays – Meet guide Marlene Morris at 11am and at 2pm (no tours 7 April)

    Thursdays – Meet guide Doug McIntosh at 11am – starts 25 March

    Fridays  – Meet guide Geoff Reakes at 11am

    Sundays – Meet guide Daniel Rive at 11am

  • Towers Tides and Turnstones – Uncovering Grouville with Roger Noel
    2:00 pm-4:00 pm
    2021.09.25

    Join Roger Noel on a fascinating exploration of the South-East corner of Jersey, from coastline to country lanes and back again.

    This circular walk begins at La Rocque Harbour where you can hear about the fascinating history of this harbour and former fishing port.  See where the invading French troops landed on a cold winter’s night of 5th January 1781, and learn of the 18th and 20th century fortifications that now protect this area of coastline, which is also a designated area of special interest, and protected Ramsar site.

    From La Rocque you wander inland, venturing into the countryside, to enjoy fantastic views, catch glimpses of visiting and local birdlife, and hear a little of our agriculture and oyster farming industries.

    The walk returns full circle, through the country lanes, following the route of the old Jersey Eastern Railway, and heads back to the beach, for a final stroll along the shoreline returning to La Rocque Harbour.

    This gentle stroll, which encounters no hills and just a few steps, will take approximately three hours, with a chance of a well earned refreshment at the end.

    Pre-book by telephoning Roger on 07797 824721

    Please meet at the Telephone Box at La Rocque Harbour.

  • Jersey Reds v Bedford Blues
    2:30 pm-5:00 pm
    2021.09.25

    🔴 RED V BLUE 🔵

    Join us for the last Championship league game of the season at Stade Santander International! 📍🏟️

    🆚 Bedford Blues
    🗓️ Saturday 25th September
    ⏱️ KO 2.30pm

    • Match Day Ticket – standing and bench seating on a first-come, first-served basis.
    • Seat Ticket – reserved allocated seat in the RBC Stand. price includes entry ticket.
    • Early Bird Ticket – available 48hrs before kick off.
    • Gates open at 12pm  /  Kick off 2.30pm
    • Match Day Ticket T&Cs

    🎟️ Tickets available to purchase online via our website 

  • White Collar Darts 2021
    5:00 pm-1:00 am
    2021.09.25-2021.09.26

    Brighter Futures White Collar Darts 2021 – Saturday 25th September. Save the Date! Are YOU ready to step up to the oche for Brighter Futures? 🎯
    Working in collaboration with Island Fever Events and the Jersey Darts Organisation, Brighter Futures is excited to announce the launch of White Collar Darts 2021.
    In order to register your interest in either playing, taking a table or sponsorship opportunities please complete the following form – https://forms.gle/FoPq6WtSf4ekmiQv5.
    ** Please note as a White Collar event, potential players can not have participated at a competitive/professional level.
    Want to relive the action from last year’s incredible event? You can view the post event video or online magazine here:
    Follow our dedicated event page to keep up to date with everything White Collar Darts.
    If there was ever a date to save in your 2021 calendar this is the one – Saturday 25th September 2021. Let’s Play Dartssss!
    * Important notice re COVID pandemic (please read):
    Brighter Futures and Island Fever Events are excited to welcome you to White Collar Darts – but we must do so in a responsible manner in these uncertain times. The health and wellbeing of our players and guests is paramount and we want to assure all participants that the event will be run in accordance with the prevailing Government of Jersey Covid advice. If for any reason it is necessary for the event to be postponed, we will be delighted to offer participants a revised date or, at their option, a full refund.
    We need your support now more than ever before. Despite the continued uncertainty, we believe that we need to look towards a ‘brighter future’ and forge ahead with our plans. Together we will not only make a difference for the most vulnerable families on our Island, but we will also bring some much-needed cheer to our community. We very much hope you can be a part of this fantastic event.
    Thank you for supporting Brighter Futures
  • Hot Juice @ the Horse & Hound
    8:30 pm-10:30 pm
    2021.09.25

    Hot Juice rolled in from the shores of West Jersey in late 2017.

    First practice took place on a freezing mid-October night (approx 11C) and a unique style of rock and roll, with unmistakable hints of heavy metal and country, was born.

    “These boys are guaranteed to get you up and throwing yourself about to their in-your-face beats and heavy riffs.”

    https://www.vibrantjersey.je/destination/musicians/hot-juice/

     

  • ADRIA GODFREY
    9:00 pm-11:30 pm
    2021.09.25

    Join us for dinner, drinks & live music.

    Adria Godfrey is a natural performer with a beautiful voice and an innate ability to connect with the audience.

    She will take you back to her Latin musical origins with Alegría, her Latin ensemble.

    They give this irresistible genre a modern twist, resulting in a genuinely fantastic and authentic musical experience for you.

    Roberto’s Jazz Bar features the largest Gin collection in the Channel Islands. Let our bartenders pair your meal with the ideal G&T.

  • More events
    • Crabs Direct Seafood Stall St Clement Parish Hall - Saturday
      8:00 am-12:00 pm
      2021.09.25

      Crabs direct will be at St Clements parish hall today 8 till 12 .

      We have sea food platters , some cracking chancre and spider crabs , lobsters , freshly picked crab meat and lots more

    • Take a free tour of Mont Orgueil Castle with one of our volunteer guides.
      10:30 am-1:00 pm
      2021.09.25-2021.10.31

      Take a free tour of Mont Orgueil 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.

      Tours may be cancelled at short notice so please call ahead to check if you are coming to the site to take a tour. Tel: 01534 853292

      Mondays – Meet guide Roy McCarthy at 10.30am

      Tuesdays – Meet guide Doug McIntosh at 11am – starts 23 March

      Wednesdays – Meet guide Marlene Morris at 11am and at 2pm (no tours 7 April)

      Thursdays – Meet guide Doug McIntosh at 11am – starts 25 March

      Fridays  – Meet guide Geoff Reakes at 11am

      Sundays – Meet guide Daniel Rive at 11am

    • Towers Tides and Turnstones – Uncovering Grouville with Roger Noel
      2:00 pm-4:00 pm
      2021.09.25

      Join Roger Noel on a fascinating exploration of the South-East corner of Jersey, from coastline to country lanes and back again.

      This circular walk begins at La Rocque Harbour where you can hear about the fascinating history of this harbour and former fishing port.  See where the invading French troops landed on a cold winter’s night of 5th January 1781, and learn of the 18th and 20th century fortifications that now protect this area of coastline, which is also a designated area of special interest, and protected Ramsar site.

      From La Rocque you wander inland, venturing into the countryside, to enjoy fantastic views, catch glimpses of visiting and local birdlife, and hear a little of our agriculture and oyster farming industries.

      The walk returns full circle, through the country lanes, following the route of the old Jersey Eastern Railway, and heads back to the beach, for a final stroll along the shoreline returning to La Rocque Harbour.

      This gentle stroll, which encounters no hills and just a few steps, will take approximately three hours, with a chance of a well earned refreshment at the end.

      Pre-book by telephoning Roger on 07797 824721

      Please meet at the Telephone Box at La Rocque Harbour.

    • Jersey Reds v Bedford Blues
      2:30 pm-5:00 pm
      2021.09.25

      🔴 RED V BLUE 🔵

      Join us for the last Championship league game of the season at Stade Santander International! 📍🏟️

      🆚 Bedford Blues
      🗓️ Saturday 25th September
      ⏱️ KO 2.30pm

      • Match Day Ticket – standing and bench seating on a first-come, first-served basis.
      • Seat Ticket – reserved allocated seat in the RBC Stand. price includes entry ticket.
      • Early Bird Ticket – available 48hrs before kick off.
      • Gates open at 12pm  /  Kick off 2.30pm
      • Match Day Ticket T&Cs

      🎟️ Tickets available to purchase online via our website 

    • White Collar Darts 2021
      5:00 pm-1:00 am
      2021.09.25-2021.09.26
      Brighter Futures White Collar Darts 2021 – Saturday 25th September. Save the Date! Are YOU ready to step up to the oche for Brighter Futures? 🎯
      Working in collaboration with Island Fever Events and the Jersey Darts Organisation, Brighter Futures is excited to announce the launch of White Collar Darts 2021.
      In order to register your interest in either playing, taking a table or sponsorship opportunities please complete the following form – https://forms.gle/FoPq6WtSf4ekmiQv5.
      ** Please note as a White Collar event, potential players can not have participated at a competitive/professional level.
      Want to relive the action from last year’s incredible event? You can view the post event video or online magazine here:
      Follow our dedicated event page to keep up to date with everything White Collar Darts.
      If there was ever a date to save in your 2021 calendar this is the one – Saturday 25th September 2021. Let’s Play Dartssss!
      * Important notice re COVID pandemic (please read):
      Brighter Futures and Island Fever Events are excited to welcome you to White Collar Darts – but we must do so in a responsible manner in these uncertain times. The health and wellbeing of our players and guests is paramount and we want to assure all participants that the event will be run in accordance with the prevailing Government of Jersey Covid advice. If for any reason it is necessary for the event to be postponed, we will be delighted to offer participants a revised date or, at their option, a full refund.
      We need your support now more than ever before. Despite the continued uncertainty, we believe that we need to look towards a ‘brighter future’ and forge ahead with our plans. Together we will not only make a difference for the most vulnerable families on our Island, but we will also bring some much-needed cheer to our community. We very much hope you can be a part of this fantastic event.
      Thank you for supporting Brighter Futures
    • Hot Juice @ the Horse & Hound
      8:30 pm-10:30 pm
      2021.09.25

      Hot Juice rolled in from the shores of West Jersey in late 2017.

      First practice took place on a freezing mid-October night (approx 11C) and a unique style of rock and roll, with unmistakable hints of heavy metal and country, was born.

      “These boys are guaranteed to get you up and throwing yourself about to their in-your-face beats and heavy riffs.”

      https://www.vibrantjersey.je/destination/musicians/hot-juice/

       

    • ADRIA GODFREY
      9:00 pm-11:30 pm
      2021.09.25

      Join us for dinner, drinks & live music.

      Adria Godfrey is a natural performer with a beautiful voice and an innate ability to connect with the audience.

      She will take you back to her Latin musical origins with Alegría, her Latin ensemble.

      They give this irresistible genre a modern twist, resulting in a genuinely fantastic and authentic musical experience for you.

      Roberto’s Jazz Bar features the largest Gin collection in the Channel Islands. Let our bartenders pair your meal with the ideal G&T.

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  • HAMPTONNE TOUR
    11:15 am-1:15 pm
    2021.09.26-2021.10.31

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

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

    Tours may be cancelled at short-notice, so please call ahead if you are coming to take part in a tour. Tel: 01534 863955

    Mondays – Dave Gumbrell at 11.15am

    Tuesdays – Steve Falle at 11.15am

    Wednesdays – Sarah Entwistle at 11.15am

    Thursdays –  Dave Pittom at 11.15am

    Fridays – Dave Gumbrell at 11.15am

  • NIC DINNIE BAND
    8:00 pm-10:30 pm
    2021.09.26

    Dine and unwind at Roberto’s Jazz Bar while listening to Nic Dinnie Band. In a groovy setting, you’ll be treated to music by Stevie Wonder, Frank Sinatra, John Mayer, and other great musicians.

    The finest gin selection in the Channel Islands is at Roberto’s Jazz Bar. Ask our bartenders to match your meal to the ideal G&T.

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  • Jersey Corn Riot Day at Le Moulin de Quetivel
    10:00 am-4:00 pm
    2021.09.27

    Join us at Le Moulin de Quétivel to commemorate the 250th anniversary of the corn riots.
    Visit Le Moulin de Quétivel on this special bank holiday to commemorate and celebrate the ‘Corn Riots’ by Jersey country folk , which led to a change in the course of the Island’s history.
    Talks, walks and sights and sounds of ‘temps passé’. The cafe will also be open.
    Meeting Point: Le Moulin de Quétivel
    Time: 10am – 4pm
    Admission: £4 Adults; £2 Children; Under 6s and Trust Members FREE – No Need to Book
  • Revolution and Rebellion – Guided Walk
    10:00 am-11:30 am
    2021.09.27

    In the 1700’s Jersey’s country folk banded together to fight for their lives as a result of starvation.

    Join the miller’s wife from Le Moulin de Quétivel for a guided walk through woodland and valleys to learn about the Corn Riots – and how the brave actions of Jersey’s country folk led to a change in the course of the Island’s history.

    Time: 10.00am – 11.30am
    Meeting Point: St Georges Preparatory School (La Hague Manor)
    Parking: Near the gym on the netball court
    Bus route No. 9 (getting off at the bottom of Le Mont du Presbytere and walking up to St George’s School.
    Unfortunately no dogs are allowed on this walk.
    Supported by Jersey Water

    Free for Trust Members; £10 for Non-Members

    Booking essential. To book a ticket, click HERE

  • Goodwyf
    10:00 am-4:00 pm
    2021.09.27-2021.10.31

    Most Mondays and Wednesdays throughout the season

    Meet the friendly and welcoming Goodwyf, who looks after the house of her master, Monsieur Laurens Hamptonne in the year 1660. 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.

    The Goodwyf will tell you 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.

  • LA HOUGUE BIE TOUR
    10:45 am-4:00 pm
    2021.09.27-2021.10.31

    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.

    Tours may be cancelled at short-notice so please call ahead if you are coming to attend a tour. Tel: 01534 853823

    Mondays – Sheila Ponomarenko at 10.45am and Jon Ponomarenko at 2pm (not 12 19 or 26 April)

    Tuesdays – Edward Le Couteur at 10.45am

    Wednesdays – Philippa Kergozou at 10.45am

    Thursdays – Annette Lowe at 10.45am (not 15, 22 or 29 April)

    Fridays – Craig Leach at 10.45am – starts May

    Saturdays – Sarah Kitchin at 10.45am – starts 27 March

  • Take a tour of Elizabeth Castle with one of our guides
    10:45 am-2:00 pm
    2021.09.27-2021.10.31

    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.

    Tours may be cancelled at short notice so please call ahead to check if you are coming to the site to take a tour. Tel: 01534 723 971

    Mondays – Join guide Sue Corbel at 10.45am and 2pm

    Tuesdays – Join guide Tracey Radford at 10.45am – starts 4 April and guide Daphne Aubert at 1.30pm

    Wednesdays – Join guide Janet Wicks at 11am

    Thursdays – Join guide Christine Herbert at 10.45am – starts 8 April and guide Michelle Hervieu at 2pm

    Fridays – Join guide Juliette White at 10.45 am and at 1.30pm

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

    Sundays – Join guide Nic Rolland at 10.30am and at 2pm (afternoon tours until May only)

  • Bus Stop
    2:00 pm-4:00 pm
    2021.09.27

    https://youtu.be/KAcCRys0bTQ

    In this iconic 50s romantic comedy, Marilyn Monroe and Don Murray star as cafe singer Cherie (Monroe) and innocent rodeo cowboy Bo Decker (Murray). When Bo meets Cherie, he falls madly in love with her, and is determined to bring her back to his ranch in Montana to make her his wife.

     

  • The Clarendon (Champions Day)
    2:00 pm-5:00 pm
    2021.09.27

    The Clarendon, the feature race of the day and the final leg of the Championship trio. Our final meeting of the year and a farewell to summer. Who will be crowned Champion horse, Champion owner, Champion trainer and Champion Jockey?

    First race at 2.00pm

    Coaches – for the afternoon meetings, there is a 11.30am and 12.30pm service from Liberation Station, in St Helier.

    Return service is 5.30pm

    All coaches depart from stand O at Liberation Station, cost £10 per person. This does not include entry to the course.

    This is a popular and busy meeting, book early to avoid disappointment. Email [email protected] for any information you need.

    We look forward to seeing you there

  • Ammonite
    8:00 pm-10:00 pm
    2021.09.27

    https://youtu.be/Yd_nsFJAXV4

    Set in the 1840s, this romantic drama, inspired by true events, follows fossil collector Mary Anning (Kate Winslet) who lives with her ailing mother in Dorset. When Charlotte Murchison (Saoirse Ronan) arrives in the village, having been sent to convalesce by the sea, the two women’s lives are irrevocably changed.

    Open to Jersey Film Society Members only.

    Tickets must be booked in advance at the Box Office.

     

  • More events
    • Jersey Corn Riot Day at Le Moulin de Quetivel
      10:00 am-4:00 pm
      2021.09.27
      Join us at Le Moulin de Quétivel to commemorate the 250th anniversary of the corn riots.
      Visit Le Moulin de Quétivel on this special bank holiday to commemorate and celebrate the ‘Corn Riots’ by Jersey country folk , which led to a change in the course of the Island’s history.
      Talks, walks and sights and sounds of ‘temps passé’. The cafe will also be open.
      Meeting Point: Le Moulin de Quétivel
      Time: 10am – 4pm
      Admission: £4 Adults; £2 Children; Under 6s and Trust Members FREE – No Need to Book
    • Revolution and Rebellion – Guided Walk
      10:00 am-11:30 am
      2021.09.27

      In the 1700’s Jersey’s country folk banded together to fight for their lives as a result of starvation.

      Join the miller’s wife from Le Moulin de Quétivel for a guided walk through woodland and valleys to learn about the Corn Riots – and how the brave actions of Jersey’s country folk led to a change in the course of the Island’s history.

      Time: 10.00am – 11.30am
      Meeting Point: St Georges Preparatory School (La Hague Manor)
      Parking: Near the gym on the netball court
      Bus route No. 9 (getting off at the bottom of Le Mont du Presbytere and walking up to St George’s School.
      Unfortunately no dogs are allowed on this walk.
      Supported by Jersey Water

      Free for Trust Members; £10 for Non-Members

      Booking essential. To book a ticket, click HERE

    • Goodwyf
      10:00 am-4:00 pm
      2021.09.27-2021.10.31

      Most Mondays and Wednesdays throughout the season

      Meet the friendly and welcoming Goodwyf, who looks after the house of her master, Monsieur Laurens Hamptonne in the year 1660. 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.

      The Goodwyf will tell you 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.

    • LA HOUGUE BIE TOUR
      10:45 am-4:00 pm
      2021.09.27-2021.10.31

      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.

      Tours may be cancelled at short-notice so please call ahead if you are coming to attend a tour. Tel: 01534 853823

      Mondays – Sheila Ponomarenko at 10.45am and Jon Ponomarenko at 2pm (not 12 19 or 26 April)

      Tuesdays – Edward Le Couteur at 10.45am

      Wednesdays – Philippa Kergozou at 10.45am

      Thursdays – Annette Lowe at 10.45am (not 15, 22 or 29 April)

      Fridays – Craig Leach at 10.45am – starts May

      Saturdays – Sarah Kitchin at 10.45am – starts 27 March

    • Take a tour of Elizabeth Castle with one of our guides
      10:45 am-2:00 pm
      2021.09.27-2021.10.31

      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.

      Tours may be cancelled at short notice so please call ahead to check if you are coming to the site to take a tour. Tel: 01534 723 971

      Mondays – Join guide Sue Corbel at 10.45am and 2pm

      Tuesdays – Join guide Tracey Radford at 10.45am – starts 4 April and guide Daphne Aubert at 1.30pm

      Wednesdays – Join guide Janet Wicks at 11am

      Thursdays – Join guide Christine Herbert at 10.45am – starts 8 April and guide Michelle Hervieu at 2pm

      Fridays – Join guide Juliette White at 10.45 am and at 1.30pm

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

      Sundays – Join guide Nic Rolland at 10.30am and at 2pm (afternoon tours until May only)

    • Bus Stop
      2:00 pm-4:00 pm
      2021.09.27

      https://youtu.be/KAcCRys0bTQ

      In this iconic 50s romantic comedy, Marilyn Monroe and Don Murray star as cafe singer Cherie (Monroe) and innocent rodeo cowboy Bo Decker (Murray). When Bo meets Cherie, he falls madly in love with her, and is determined to bring her back to his ranch in Montana to make her his wife.

       

    • The Clarendon (Champions Day)
      2:00 pm-5:00 pm
      2021.09.27

      The Clarendon, the feature race of the day and the final leg of the Championship trio. Our final meeting of the year and a farewell to summer. Who will be crowned Champion horse, Champion owner, Champion trainer and Champion Jockey?

      First race at 2.00pm

      Coaches – for the afternoon meetings, there is a 11.30am and 12.30pm service from Liberation Station, in St Helier.

      Return service is 5.30pm

      All coaches depart from stand O at Liberation Station, cost £10 per person. This does not include entry to the course.

      This is a popular and busy meeting, book early to avoid disappointment. Email [email protected] for any information you need.

      We look forward to seeing you there

    • Ammonite
      8:00 pm-10:00 pm
      2021.09.27

      https://youtu.be/Yd_nsFJAXV4

      Set in the 1840s, this romantic drama, inspired by true events, follows fossil collector Mary Anning (Kate Winslet) who lives with her ailing mother in Dorset. When Charlotte Murchison (Saoirse Ronan) arrives in the village, having been sent to convalesce by the sea, the two women’s lives are irrevocably changed.

      Open to Jersey Film Society Members only.

      Tickets must be booked in advance at the Box Office.

       

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  • Living History At Elizabeth Castle – The Master Gunner
    All day
    2021.09.28-2021.09.30

    THE MASTER GUNNER

    Look out for the splendid 18th century Master Gunner on the Castle Green and Parade Ground – you can’t miss his colourful uniform and Brown Bess flintlock musket, which he’ll be glad to demonstrate for you as he shares stories of the Castle’s dramatic past.

    PERFORMANCE TIMES VARY

    Living History takes place at the Castle on Monday to Saturday from April to October, and on most Sundays in July and August. To avoid disappointment, we recommend that you call the Castle before you visit to check on the day’s performance times. Tel: 01534 723971.

  • An Elizabethan Adventure – Uncovering the secrets of Elizabeth Castle
    10:45 am-12:00 pm
    2021.09.28

    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 a.m. until 12 noon

    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

  • Tween Yoga
    4:00 pm-4:45 pm
    2021.09.28-2021.11.09

    6 sessions (no session Tuesday 26 October)

    Studies have shown yoga is beneficial to children of all ages. It boosts self-esteem and confidence, calming the mind through meditation, concentration and pranayama breathing techniques. Join Sharon for this new course for Jersey Arts Centre where young people will get the chance to experience the physical benefits of yoga and will learn to use their muscles in new ways. Balancing poses promote mental and physical poise, and co-ordination is closely linked to overall-dexterity. No previous experience necessary!

    8 – 11 years

    28 September – 9 November
    4pm – 4.45pm

  • Tween Yoga
    4:45 pm-5:30 pm
    2021.09.28-2021.11.09

    6 sessions (no session Tuesday 26 October)

    Studies have shown yoga is beneficial to children of all ages. It boosts self-esteem and confidence, calming the mind through meditation, concentration and pranayama breathing techniques. Join Sharon for this new course for Jersey Arts Centre where young people will get the chance to experience the physical benefits of yoga and will learn to use their muscles in new ways. Balancing poses promote mental and physical poise, and co-ordination is closely linked to overall-dexterity. No previous experience necessary!

    12 – 14 years

    28 September – 9 November
    4.45pm – 5.30pm

  • Chutney Making at The Elms
    6:00 pm-9:00 pm
    2021.09.28

    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 Garton from The Chilli Kitchen 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: £30

    To find out more and book tickets please click HERE

  • Live Screening: Rethinking the Amazon
    7:00 pm-8:00 pm
    2021.09.28

    A live screening courtesy of the British Library’s Living Knowledge Network.
    As home to multiple indigenous populations as well as more than 40,000 plant species, 2.5 million insect species and 2,000 mammals, the Amazon comprises the larges rainforest in the world. Increasingly under threat from encroaching development and human activity, its destruction threatens to unbalance the global eco system and decimate the rainforest’s indigenous communities.
    Join anthropologist Dr Eduardo Kohn, writer Pola Oloixarac and curator Dr Elisabeth Heyne as they draw from their research to reflect on the potential for engaging with, learning from and protecting the Amazon world.
    Part of the British Library’s environment event series, The Natural Word, which celebrates the underrepresented voices harnessing the power of imagination to change the world.
  • Rent
    7:00 pm-9:00 pm
    2021.09.28

    https://youtu.be/EKTZZTZ-IpA

    This film adaptation of the Broadway musical of the same name stars Anthony Rapp, Idina Menzel, Taye Diggs and Rosario Dawson as young bohemians living in New York City. Their struggles with sexuality, drugs, economic hardships and living under the threat of AIDS are brought to life by a stunning soundtrack and tour de force performances.

     

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    • Living History At Elizabeth Castle - The Master Gunner
      All day
      2021.09.28-2021.09.30
      THE MASTER GUNNER

      Look out for the splendid 18th century Master Gunner on the Castle Green and Parade Ground – you can’t miss his colourful uniform and Brown Bess flintlock musket, which he’ll be glad to demonstrate for you as he shares stories of the Castle’s dramatic past.

      PERFORMANCE TIMES VARY

      Living History takes place at the Castle on Monday to Saturday from April to October, and on most Sundays in July and August. To avoid disappointment, we recommend that you call the Castle before you visit to check on the day’s performance times. Tel: 01534 723971.

    • An Elizabethan Adventure – Uncovering the secrets of Elizabeth Castle
      10:45 am-12:00 pm
      2021.09.28

      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 a.m. until 12 noon

      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

    • Tween Yoga
      4:00 pm-4:45 pm
      2021.09.28-2021.11.09

      6 sessions (no session Tuesday 26 October)

      Studies have shown yoga is beneficial to children of all ages. It boosts self-esteem and confidence, calming the mind through meditation, concentration and pranayama breathing techniques. Join Sharon for this new course for Jersey Arts Centre where young people will get the chance to experience the physical benefits of yoga and will learn to use their muscles in new ways. Balancing poses promote mental and physical poise, and co-ordination is closely linked to overall-dexterity. No previous experience necessary!

      8 – 11 years

      28 September – 9 November
      4pm – 4.45pm

    • Tween Yoga
      4:45 pm-5:30 pm
      2021.09.28-2021.11.09

      6 sessions (no session Tuesday 26 October)

      Studies have shown yoga is beneficial to children of all ages. It boosts self-esteem and confidence, calming the mind through meditation, concentration and pranayama breathing techniques. Join Sharon for this new course for Jersey Arts Centre where young people will get the chance to experience the physical benefits of yoga and will learn to use their muscles in new ways. Balancing poses promote mental and physical poise, and co-ordination is closely linked to overall-dexterity. No previous experience necessary!

      12 – 14 years

      28 September – 9 November
      4.45pm – 5.30pm

    • Chutney Making at The Elms
      6:00 pm-9:00 pm
      2021.09.28

      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 Garton from The Chilli Kitchen 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: £30

      To find out more and book tickets please click HERE

    • Live Screening: Rethinking the Amazon
      7:00 pm-8:00 pm
      2021.09.28
      A live screening courtesy of the British Library’s Living Knowledge Network.
      As home to multiple indigenous populations as well as more than 40,000 plant species, 2.5 million insect species and 2,000 mammals, the Amazon comprises the larges rainforest in the world. Increasingly under threat from encroaching development and human activity, its destruction threatens to unbalance the global eco system and decimate the rainforest’s indigenous communities.
      Join anthropologist Dr Eduardo Kohn, writer Pola Oloixarac and curator Dr Elisabeth Heyne as they draw from their research to reflect on the potential for engaging with, learning from and protecting the Amazon world.
      Part of the British Library’s environment event series, The Natural Word, which celebrates the underrepresented voices harnessing the power of imagination to change the world.
    • Rent
      7:00 pm-9:00 pm
      2021.09.28

      https://youtu.be/EKTZZTZ-IpA

      This film adaptation of the Broadway musical of the same name stars Anthony Rapp, Idina Menzel, Taye Diggs and Rosario Dawson as young bohemians living in New York City. Their struggles with sexuality, drugs, economic hardships and living under the threat of AIDS are brought to life by a stunning soundtrack and tour de force performances.

       

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  • PEOPLE! POWER! PROTEST!
    All day
    2021.09.29-2021.12.31

    An exhibition that explores how the right to protest has shaped and influenced the Island that we know today.

    ‘People! Power! Protest!’ explores the story of protest in Jersey, from the Corn Riots of 1769 to the Black Lives Matter movement of 2020.

    Jersey may be small but Islanders have made their voices heard loud and clear over the years. Jersey has a fascinating history of protest in the Island and the theme of the exhibition coincides with the 250th anniversary of the Code of Laws that was introduced in response to the Corn Riots.

    The exhibition explores how the right to protest has shaped and influenced the Island that we know today, from historic protests, such as the Corn Riots, to more recent protests such as Extinction Rebellion and Black Lives Matter.

    Among the items on display is the official 18th century court records showing the redacted demands of the Corn Riots protestors, and the petition signed by thousands of people to try and save Queen’s Valley from being flooded in the 1980s. There are also the banners and placards from other protests over the years and photographs of significant post-war campaigns and demonstrations.

    As you enter the exhibition ‘People! Power! Protest!’, you’ll see a  stunning graffiti-style entrance wall by designer James Carter, of Midnight Industries. Celebrated local artist Ian Rolls has also created a new version of his iconic climate stripes mural in the environmental protest section of the exhibition.   Visitors can to listen to stories of protest and share their own memories of their involvement in campaigns and demonstrations over the years.

  • STORY TELLER
    10:30 am-12:00 pm
    2021.09.29-2021.10.31

    Come and meet the characters at Mont Orgueil Castle. Living History at the Castle takes place on selected days throughout the week from the start of May to end of September.

    Wednesdays 10.30am

    Come to 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.

  • Take a free tour of Mont Orgueil Castle with one of our volunteer guides.
    10:30 am-1:00 pm
    2021.09.29-2021.10.31

    Take a free tour of Mont Orgueil 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.

    Tours may be cancelled at short notice so please call ahead to check if you are coming to the site to take a tour. Tel: 01534 853292

    Mondays – Meet guide Roy McCarthy at 10.30am

    Tuesdays – Meet guide Doug McIntosh at 11am – starts 23 March

    Wednesdays – Meet guide Marlene Morris at 11am and at 2pm (no tours 7 April)

    Thursdays – Meet guide Doug McIntosh at 11am – starts 25 March

    Fridays  – Meet guide Geoff Reakes at 11am

    Sundays – Meet guide Daniel Rive at 11am

  • Chutney Making at The Elms
    6:00 pm-9:00 pm
    2021.09.29

    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 Garton from The Chilli Kitchen 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: £30

    To find out more and book tickets please click HERE

  • Live Screening of Poetry in Protest: Banned Books Week
    6:30 pm-7:30 pm
    2021.09.29

    A live screening courtesy of the British Library’s Living Knowledge Network.
    Poetry is frequently used as a tool in protest movements to inspire, unite, and mobilise support. From Black Lives Matter and women’s liberation to protest movements in Myanmar and Afghanistan, poetry holds the power to gather crowds during a rally, or grab attention online. Poets can offer support and guidance in the most challenging, tragic or dangerous situations. Join Myanmarese-British poet ko ko thett and poet and scholar Dr Choman Hardi for a live poetry reading and conversation about the power of poetry in protest movements.
    In celebration of Banned Books Week 2021 with the theme “Books Unite Us. Censorship Divides Us,” Index on Censorship and the British Library invite you to explore the role of poetry in protest. What role does poetry play in protest movements? And can poetry be a form of protest in its own right?
  • Beasts of the Southern Wild
    7:00 pm-9:00 pm
    2021.09.29

    https://youtu.be/pvqZzSMIZa0

    Hushpuppy, an intrepid six-year-old girl, lives with her father, Wink in the Bathtub, a southern Louisiana community cut off from the rest of the world. However, when her father becomes sick, Hushpuppy’s world begins to change. As a violent storm approaches, she bravely sets out on a mission to locate the mother she’s never known.

     

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