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  • Jersey Walk for Children and Light UPs
    9:00 am-5:00 pm
    2023.02.01-2023.02.05

    From 30th January-3rd February

    Over 20 local buildings across the Island will be turning green with our ‘Light Ups’ and flying NSPCC flags, raising awareness for NSPCC Jersey.

    For children facing abuse, the winter nights are dark, long and lonely.
    That’s why we’re encouraging friends, families and colleagues to walk 5k (Walk for Children) and raise money amongst the longest nights of the year.

    The NSPCC’s Childline received a call from a child around every 25 seconds at Christmas time. Calls about abuse, neglect, self-harm and anxiety – things no child should have to deal with. By joining in, every step participants take and every pound that they raise will help us be here for all children, even on the darkest nights this winter.

    We’re encouraging you to Walk for Children and spot our Light Ups with friends and family, donating to NSPCC Jersey.
    We can’t wait to see the Island show its support for children with this event.

    📅 When is the walk?
    Any date that works for you, but do it between 30th January and 3rd February and you can tie in seeing our local Light Ups!

    👣 Where is it?
    Plan your own 5k route to suit you. Check out our beautiful Jersey map, with info below for some suggestions to tie in the Light Ups on your walk. Do an organised trail, a loop from your house, or plan your own route – the choices are endless.

    💚 Why are we walking?
    Children need to know that we’re here for them, even on the darkest nights. Walk 5k and raise vital funds so we can make sure no call goes unanswered.

    💸 How much should I raise? We’ll be grateful for any amount you can raise to goes towards our vital work.

    🤔 Questions? Check out our FAQ’s.

    NSPCC Jersey raises funds for our local services we provide on Island. But Islanders can, and do, access Childline free of charge – which is funded by our National Childline funding.
    You can donate to Childline, or NSPCC Jersey.


    To sign up and donate to Childline (Nationally) use this link: Walk for Children | NSPCC using code ‘COMMUNITY’, for £1 registration.To donate directly to NSPCC Jersey, donate on this JustGiving page.

    Buildings:
    1  – Jersey Airport (arrivals, only visible if flying in) St Brelade
    2 – Jersey Airport St Brelade
    3 – Les Quennevais School St Brelade
    4 – The Boat House St Aubin
    5 – Somerville Hotel St Aubin
    6 – Fort Regent St Helier (due to vandalism these lights are currently broken and may not be fixed in time).
    7 – 5-6 Esplanade Esplanade
    8 – 8-9 Esplanade Esplanade
    9 – JTC House Esplanade
    10 – IFC5 (SANNE, top floor) Esplanade
    11 – Citibank Esplanade
    12 – Gaspe House Esplanade
    13 – Kingsgate House Esplanade
    14 – New Government Offices Unioin Street
    15 – Pitt Street Walkway Pitt Street
    16 – Bedell Cristin New Street
    17 – The Gower Centre Stopford Road
    18 – Le Gallais Building Bath Street
    19 – Hepburns Insurance Mulcaster Street
    20 – Jersey Harbour St Helier
    21 – Victoria College Mont Millais
    22 Government House St Saviour
    23 JEC Powerhouse Queens Road
    24 Trinity Manor Trinity

    Our recommended 5k routes

    Black Route (1-5)
    Starting at the Airport to see their flag, walk down to Les Quennevais School and make your way onto the railway walk to St Aubins. Have a short walk along the front and route back to the Somerville Hotel, ending at The Boat House.

    Pink route (6-20)
    Starting at Fort Regent, make your way along to The Esplanade to see multiple buildings glowing green, through to Union Street, Pitt Street, New Street, up to Stopford Road, then Bath Street, Mulcaster Street, down to the Harbour and ending back at Fort Regent again.
    Please note we are waiting to hear if Fort Regent lights will be fixed in time for this event as they are currently broken.

    Green Route (21-23)
    Starting at Victoria College walk to Government House, ending at JEC Powerhouse (you can use main roads or back lanes towards the Powerhouse; Rectory Lane, Langley Park, Valley des Vaux and Highview Lane).

    Red Route (24)
    A route for the daytime? Why not make a loop around Trinity Manor! Start at Trinity Arms, head towards Rue de la Monnaie, Rue des Monnieres, Rue de Barbant, La Rue du Hurel, and back to Trinity Arms.

    If walking at night make sure you wear reflective clothing and use torches so you are visible on the roads.

    We’d love to hear from you if you do take part, or share your photos of the walk and buildings.
    Tag us: Facebook, Twitter
    Email: [email protected] | [email protected]

    Thank you to all of the buildings lighting up and flying flags for us for our event, Todd Stanier for the fantastic artwork and Pamela Doherty for assisting with the organisation.

    Artwork by Todd Stanier: Instagram account

    To find out more about what NSPCC Jersey does, see our
    website: https://www.nspcc.org.uk/about-us/what-we-do/jersey/

  • Trade Roots
    10:00 am-4:00 pm
    2023.02.01-2024.05.28

    This new exhibition at Jersey Museum examines the evidence of the Island’s involvement in the transatlantic slave trade, including Jersey’s Lieutenant-Governor Sir George Carteret who was a founder member of the Royal Africa Company that traded in ivory, gold and enslaved people in the 17th century; Captain François Messervy of Jersey who was killed in 1722 during an uprising on board his slave ship off the coast of Africa; and Jersey trader Josué Mauger who in 1752 advertised enslaved people for sale in Nova Scotia, Canada, where his business was based.

    The exhibition is in the Victorian House at Jersey Museum, with its impressive mahogany staircase, because new research has shown that the house was built partly on the profits of the transatlantic slave trade. ‘Trade Roots’ explores Jersey’s historic links to slavery, from Islanders who owned mahogany plantations overseas and traded in slave-produced goods, to those who campaigned for the abolition of slavery.

    Thought-provoking, and at times challenging, this exhibition exposes some uncomfortable new stories from Jersey’s past and examines the legacy and impact of transatlantic slavery on the Island’s community today.

    Images:

    1. The statue of Sir George Carteret was covered in red paint during the Black Lives Matter demonstrations of 2020.
    2. Jerseyman Joshua Mauger advertised enslaved people for sale in Nova Scotia in 1752.
    3. Enslaved labour was used to harvest mahogany for staircases and furniture in Jersey properties such as the Victorian House.

     

  • Mont Orgueil Castle Tour
    11:00 am-12:00 pm
    2023.02.01

    TOUR TIMES

    Tours last approx. 1 hour

    Mondays 11am

    Wednesdays 11am

    Thursdays 11am

    Fridays 11am

    Saturdays, please call ahead to confirm todays tour start time.

    Sundays 11am

    Our tours are free of charge (normal entry fee applies).

    Tours are subject to change, please call the Castle on +44 (0)1534 853 292 to confirm the site tour is going ahead.

  • Hamptonne Tour
    11:15 am-12:15 pm
    2023.02.01

    Tour times

    Tours last approx. 1 hour

    Wednesdays 11.15am (no tour on 15 November)

    Thursdays 11.15am

    Fridays from 18 November at 11.15am (no tour on 30 December)

    Our tours are free of charge (normal entry fee applies).

    Tours are subject to change, please call Hamptonne on +44 (0) 1534 863 955 to confirm the site tour is going ahead.

  • WW2 Bunkers Tour
    2:00 pm-4:45 pm
    2023.02.01

    Join Jersey War Tours and visit WW2 bunkers, which are not usually open to the public.

    JWT will show you how Jersey was made into an impregnable fortress and help you appreciate what the Third Reich was able to create with slave labour.

    The tour is also a perfect complement to understanding the history of the D-Day invasion, which took place less than 30 miles away.

    £35pp or you can go private for £175 for up to 7 people (just select the “book entire tour option”).

  • Bunkers at Night Tour
    7:00 pm-9:00 pm
    2023.02.01-2023.04.23

    See Jersey’s military heritage in a new light and help to support a non-profit organisation!

    Evening tours of bunkers offer an unforgettable atmosphere when exploring.

    We will visit sites not open to the public and places not visited by any of the commercial tours. Become a temporary member of the team and see how Jersey was made into an impregnable fortress!

    £25pp or you can go private for £150 for up to 7 people (just select the “book entire tour option”).

    Evenings 19:00 – 21:45 (ish)

    Bookings are only accepted online – Book early to avoid disappointment.

  • More events
    • Jersey Walk for Children and Light UPs
      9:00 am-5:00 pm
      2023.02.01-2023.02.05
      From 30th January-3rd February

      Over 20 local buildings across the Island will be turning green with our ‘Light Ups’ and flying NSPCC flags, raising awareness for NSPCC Jersey.

      For children facing abuse, the winter nights are dark, long and lonely.
      That’s why we’re encouraging friends, families and colleagues to walk 5k (Walk for Children) and raise money amongst the longest nights of the year.

      The NSPCC’s Childline received a call from a child around every 25 seconds at Christmas time. Calls about abuse, neglect, self-harm and anxiety – things no child should have to deal with. By joining in, every step participants take and every pound that they raise will help us be here for all children, even on the darkest nights this winter.

      We’re encouraging you to Walk for Children and spot our Light Ups with friends and family, donating to NSPCC Jersey.
      We can’t wait to see the Island show its support for children with this event.

      📅 When is the walk?
      Any date that works for you, but do it between 30th January and 3rd February and you can tie in seeing our local Light Ups!

      👣 Where is it?
      Plan your own 5k route to suit you. Check out our beautiful Jersey map, with info below for some suggestions to tie in the Light Ups on your walk. Do an organised trail, a loop from your house, or plan your own route – the choices are endless.

      💚 Why are we walking?
      Children need to know that we’re here for them, even on the darkest nights. Walk 5k and raise vital funds so we can make sure no call goes unanswered.

      💸 How much should I raise? We’ll be grateful for any amount you can raise to goes towards our vital work.

      🤔 Questions? Check out our FAQ’s.

      NSPCC Jersey raises funds for our local services we provide on Island. But Islanders can, and do, access Childline free of charge – which is funded by our National Childline funding.
      You can donate to Childline, or NSPCC Jersey.


      To sign up and donate to Childline (Nationally) use this link: Walk for Children | NSPCC using code ‘COMMUNITY’, for £1 registration.To donate directly to NSPCC Jersey, donate on this JustGiving page.

      Buildings:
      1  – Jersey Airport (arrivals, only visible if flying in) St Brelade
      2 – Jersey Airport St Brelade
      3 – Les Quennevais School St Brelade
      4 – The Boat House St Aubin
      5 – Somerville Hotel St Aubin
      6 – Fort Regent St Helier (due to vandalism these lights are currently broken and may not be fixed in time).
      7 – 5-6 Esplanade Esplanade
      8 – 8-9 Esplanade Esplanade
      9 – JTC House Esplanade
      10 – IFC5 (SANNE, top floor) Esplanade
      11 – Citibank Esplanade
      12 – Gaspe House Esplanade
      13 – Kingsgate House Esplanade
      14 – New Government Offices Unioin Street
      15 – Pitt Street Walkway Pitt Street
      16 – Bedell Cristin New Street
      17 – The Gower Centre Stopford Road
      18 – Le Gallais Building Bath Street
      19 – Hepburns Insurance Mulcaster Street
      20 – Jersey Harbour St Helier
      21 – Victoria College Mont Millais
      22 Government House St Saviour
      23 JEC Powerhouse Queens Road
      24 Trinity Manor Trinity

      Our recommended 5k routes

      Black Route (1-5)
      Starting at the Airport to see their flag, walk down to Les Quennevais School and make your way onto the railway walk to St Aubins. Have a short walk along the front and route back to the Somerville Hotel, ending at The Boat House.

      Pink route (6-20)
      Starting at Fort Regent, make your way along to The Esplanade to see multiple buildings glowing green, through to Union Street, Pitt Street, New Street, up to Stopford Road, then Bath Street, Mulcaster Street, down to the Harbour and ending back at Fort Regent again.
      Please note we are waiting to hear if Fort Regent lights will be fixed in time for this event as they are currently broken.

      Green Route (21-23)
      Starting at Victoria College walk to Government House, ending at JEC Powerhouse (you can use main roads or back lanes towards the Powerhouse; Rectory Lane, Langley Park, Valley des Vaux and Highview Lane).

      Red Route (24)
      A route for the daytime? Why not make a loop around Trinity Manor! Start at Trinity Arms, head towards Rue de la Monnaie, Rue des Monnieres, Rue de Barbant, La Rue du Hurel, and back to Trinity Arms.

      If walking at night make sure you wear reflective clothing and use torches so you are visible on the roads.

      We’d love to hear from you if you do take part, or share your photos of the walk and buildings.
      Tag us: Facebook, Twitter
      Email: [email protected] | [email protected]

      Thank you to all of the buildings lighting up and flying flags for us for our event, Todd Stanier for the fantastic artwork and Pamela Doherty for assisting with the organisation.

      Artwork by Todd Stanier: Instagram account

      To find out more about what NSPCC Jersey does, see our
      website: https://www.nspcc.org.uk/about-us/what-we-do/jersey/

    • Trade Roots
      10:00 am-4:00 pm
      2023.02.01-2024.05.28

      This new exhibition at Jersey Museum examines the evidence of the Island’s involvement in the transatlantic slave trade, including Jersey’s Lieutenant-Governor Sir George Carteret who was a founder member of the Royal Africa Company that traded in ivory, gold and enslaved people in the 17th century; Captain François Messervy of Jersey who was killed in 1722 during an uprising on board his slave ship off the coast of Africa; and Jersey trader Josué Mauger who in 1752 advertised enslaved people for sale in Nova Scotia, Canada, where his business was based.

      The exhibition is in the Victorian House at Jersey Museum, with its impressive mahogany staircase, because new research has shown that the house was built partly on the profits of the transatlantic slave trade. ‘Trade Roots’ explores Jersey’s historic links to slavery, from Islanders who owned mahogany plantations overseas and traded in slave-produced goods, to those who campaigned for the abolition of slavery.

      Thought-provoking, and at times challenging, this exhibition exposes some uncomfortable new stories from Jersey’s past and examines the legacy and impact of transatlantic slavery on the Island’s community today.

      Images:

      1. The statue of Sir George Carteret was covered in red paint during the Black Lives Matter demonstrations of 2020.
      2. Jerseyman Joshua Mauger advertised enslaved people for sale in Nova Scotia in 1752.
      3. Enslaved labour was used to harvest mahogany for staircases and furniture in Jersey properties such as the Victorian House.

       

    • Mont Orgueil Castle Tour
      11:00 am-12:00 pm
      2023.02.01

      TOUR TIMES

      Tours last approx. 1 hour

      Mondays 11am

      Wednesdays 11am

      Thursdays 11am

      Fridays 11am

      Saturdays, please call ahead to confirm todays tour start time.

      Sundays 11am

      Our tours are free of charge (normal entry fee applies).

      Tours are subject to change, please call the Castle on +44 (0)1534 853 292 to confirm the site tour is going ahead.

    • Hamptonne Tour
      11:15 am-12:15 pm
      2023.02.01

      Tour times

      Tours last approx. 1 hour

      Wednesdays 11.15am (no tour on 15 November)

      Thursdays 11.15am

      Fridays from 18 November at 11.15am (no tour on 30 December)

      Our tours are free of charge (normal entry fee applies).

      Tours are subject to change, please call Hamptonne on +44 (0) 1534 863 955 to confirm the site tour is going ahead.

    • WW2 Bunkers Tour
      2:00 pm-4:45 pm
      2023.02.01

      Join Jersey War Tours and visit WW2 bunkers, which are not usually open to the public.

      JWT will show you how Jersey was made into an impregnable fortress and help you appreciate what the Third Reich was able to create with slave labour.

      The tour is also a perfect complement to understanding the history of the D-Day invasion, which took place less than 30 miles away.

      £35pp or you can go private for £175 for up to 7 people (just select the “book entire tour option”).

    • Bunkers at Night Tour
      7:00 pm-9:00 pm
      2023.02.01-2023.04.23

      See Jersey’s military heritage in a new light and help to support a non-profit organisation!

      Evening tours of bunkers offer an unforgettable atmosphere when exploring.

      We will visit sites not open to the public and places not visited by any of the commercial tours. Become a temporary member of the team and see how Jersey was made into an impregnable fortress!

      £25pp or you can go private for £150 for up to 7 people (just select the “book entire tour option”).

      Evenings 19:00 – 21:45 (ish)

      Bookings are only accepted online – Book early to avoid disappointment.

2
  • Jersey Walk for Children and Light UPs
    9:00 am-5:00 pm
    2023.02.02-2023.02.06

    From 30th January-3rd February

    Over 20 local buildings across the Island will be turning green with our ‘Light Ups’ and flying NSPCC flags, raising awareness for NSPCC Jersey.

    For children facing abuse, the winter nights are dark, long and lonely.
    That’s why we’re encouraging friends, families and colleagues to walk 5k (Walk for Children) and raise money amongst the longest nights of the year.

    The NSPCC’s Childline received a call from a child around every 25 seconds at Christmas time. Calls about abuse, neglect, self-harm and anxiety – things no child should have to deal with. By joining in, every step participants take and every pound that they raise will help us be here for all children, even on the darkest nights this winter.

    We’re encouraging you to Walk for Children and spot our Light Ups with friends and family, donating to NSPCC Jersey.
    We can’t wait to see the Island show its support for children with this event.

    📅 When is the walk?
    Any date that works for you, but do it between 30th January and 3rd February and you can tie in seeing our local Light Ups!

    👣 Where is it?
    Plan your own 5k route to suit you. Check out our beautiful Jersey map, with info below for some suggestions to tie in the Light Ups on your walk. Do an organised trail, a loop from your house, or plan your own route – the choices are endless.

    💚 Why are we walking?
    Children need to know that we’re here for them, even on the darkest nights. Walk 5k and raise vital funds so we can make sure no call goes unanswered.

    💸 How much should I raise? We’ll be grateful for any amount you can raise to goes towards our vital work.

    🤔 Questions? Check out our FAQ’s.

    NSPCC Jersey raises funds for our local services we provide on Island. But Islanders can, and do, access Childline free of charge – which is funded by our National Childline funding.
    You can donate to Childline, or NSPCC Jersey.


    To sign up and donate to Childline (Nationally) use this link: Walk for Children | NSPCC using code ‘COMMUNITY’, for £1 registration.To donate directly to NSPCC Jersey, donate on this JustGiving page.

    Buildings:
    1  – Jersey Airport (arrivals, only visible if flying in) St Brelade
    2 – Jersey Airport St Brelade
    3 – Les Quennevais School St Brelade
    4 – The Boat House St Aubin
    5 – Somerville Hotel St Aubin
    6 – Fort Regent St Helier (due to vandalism these lights are currently broken and may not be fixed in time).
    7 – 5-6 Esplanade Esplanade
    8 – 8-9 Esplanade Esplanade
    9 – JTC House Esplanade
    10 – IFC5 (SANNE, top floor) Esplanade
    11 – Citibank Esplanade
    12 – Gaspe House Esplanade
    13 – Kingsgate House Esplanade
    14 – New Government Offices Unioin Street
    15 – Pitt Street Walkway Pitt Street
    16 – Bedell Cristin New Street
    17 – The Gower Centre Stopford Road
    18 – Le Gallais Building Bath Street
    19 – Hepburns Insurance Mulcaster Street
    20 – Jersey Harbour St Helier
    21 – Victoria College Mont Millais
    22 Government House St Saviour
    23 JEC Powerhouse Queens Road
    24 Trinity Manor Trinity

    Our recommended 5k routes

    Black Route (1-5)
    Starting at the Airport to see their flag, walk down to Les Quennevais School and make your way onto the railway walk to St Aubins. Have a short walk along the front and route back to the Somerville Hotel, ending at The Boat House.

    Pink route (6-20)
    Starting at Fort Regent, make your way along to The Esplanade to see multiple buildings glowing green, through to Union Street, Pitt Street, New Street, up to Stopford Road, then Bath Street, Mulcaster Street, down to the Harbour and ending back at Fort Regent again.
    Please note we are waiting to hear if Fort Regent lights will be fixed in time for this event as they are currently broken.

    Green Route (21-23)
    Starting at Victoria College walk to Government House, ending at JEC Powerhouse (you can use main roads or back lanes towards the Powerhouse; Rectory Lane, Langley Park, Valley des Vaux and Highview Lane).

    Red Route (24)
    A route for the daytime? Why not make a loop around Trinity Manor! Start at Trinity Arms, head towards Rue de la Monnaie, Rue des Monnieres, Rue de Barbant, La Rue du Hurel, and back to Trinity Arms.

    If walking at night make sure you wear reflective clothing and use torches so you are visible on the roads.

    We’d love to hear from you if you do take part, or share your photos of the walk and buildings.
    Tag us: Facebook, Twitter
    Email: [email protected] | [email protected]

    Thank you to all of the buildings lighting up and flying flags for us for our event, Todd Stanier for the fantastic artwork and Pamela Doherty for assisting with the organisation.

    Artwork by Todd Stanier: Instagram account

    To find out more about what NSPCC Jersey does, see our
    website: https://www.nspcc.org.uk/about-us/what-we-do/jersey/

  • Trade Roots
    10:00 am-4:00 pm
    2023.02.02-2024.05.29

    This new exhibition at Jersey Museum examines the evidence of the Island’s involvement in the transatlantic slave trade, including Jersey’s Lieutenant-Governor Sir George Carteret who was a founder member of the Royal Africa Company that traded in ivory, gold and enslaved people in the 17th century; Captain François Messervy of Jersey who was killed in 1722 during an uprising on board his slave ship off the coast of Africa; and Jersey trader Josué Mauger who in 1752 advertised enslaved people for sale in Nova Scotia, Canada, where his business was based.

    The exhibition is in the Victorian House at Jersey Museum, with its impressive mahogany staircase, because new research has shown that the house was built partly on the profits of the transatlantic slave trade. ‘Trade Roots’ explores Jersey’s historic links to slavery, from Islanders who owned mahogany plantations overseas and traded in slave-produced goods, to those who campaigned for the abolition of slavery.

    Thought-provoking, and at times challenging, this exhibition exposes some uncomfortable new stories from Jersey’s past and examines the legacy and impact of transatlantic slavery on the Island’s community today.

    Images:

    1. The statue of Sir George Carteret was covered in red paint during the Black Lives Matter demonstrations of 2020.
    2. Jerseyman Joshua Mauger advertised enslaved people for sale in Nova Scotia in 1752.
    3. Enslaved labour was used to harvest mahogany for staircases and furniture in Jersey properties such as the Victorian House.

     

  • Mont Orgueil Castle Tour
    11:00 am-12:00 pm
    2023.02.02

    TOUR TIMES

    Tours last approx. 1 hour

    Mondays 11am

    Wednesdays 11am

    Thursdays 11am

    Fridays 11am

    Saturdays, please call ahead to confirm todays tour start time.

    Sundays 11am

    Our tours are free of charge (normal entry fee applies).

    Tours are subject to change, please call the Castle on +44 (0)1534 853 292 to confirm the site tour is going ahead.

  • Hamptonne Tour
    11:15 am-12:15 pm
    2023.02.02

    Tour times

    Tours last approx. 1 hour

    Wednesdays 11.15am (no tour on 15 November)

    Thursdays 11.15am

    Fridays from 18 November at 11.15am (no tour on 30 December)

    Our tours are free of charge (normal entry fee applies).

    Tours are subject to change, please call Hamptonne on +44 (0) 1534 863 955 to confirm the site tour is going ahead.

  • WW2 Bunkers Tour
    2:00 pm-4:45 pm
    2023.02.02

    Join Jersey War Tours and visit WW2 bunkers, which are not usually open to the public.

    JWT will show you how Jersey was made into an impregnable fortress and help you appreciate what the Third Reich was able to create with slave labour.

    The tour is also a perfect complement to understanding the history of the D-Day invasion, which took place less than 30 miles away.

    £35pp or you can go private for £175 for up to 7 people (just select the “book entire tour option”).

  • The History Of Vraicking – HAVO!
    6:00 pm-7:30 pm
    2023.02.02

    Jersey Heritage Members are invited to discover the history of vraicking in the Island, with guest speaker Nick Jouault.
    At Jersey Museum & Art Gallery

    February marks the start of the traditional vraicking season, when Jersey farmers were permitted to cut vraic – seaweed – to fertilise their fields. Loose vraic could be collected at any time and it was spread over the land during the winter and then ploughed into the soil before potatoes were planted in late winter and spring.

    Nowadays we may see the occasional farmer or keen gardener collecting vraic from the huge piles thrown up on the beaches by storms and there is plenty available for those who choose to follow this ancient tradition.

    However, in times past, vraic was a highly prized commodity and it’s harvesting well regulated.

    Vraicking expert Nick Jouault will be speaking in the AV Theatre at 6.30pm, for a short talk on the History of Vraicking.

    Find out how vraic was collected, dried and distributed in the Island and discover the renewed interest in traditional, more sustainable farming techniques that are an important part of our Island’s rural story.

    Welcome drinks will be served on arrival at 6pm in the Concourse and there will be an opportunity to speak with local producers ‘Ocean Harvest’ and ‘Tidal Rum’ about their vraic and seaweed infused products.

    Spaces are limited to 50, therefore booking is essential, reserve your free spot here.

  • Bunkers at Night Tour
    7:00 pm-9:00 pm
    2023.02.02-2023.04.24

    See Jersey’s military heritage in a new light and help to support a non-profit organisation!

    Evening tours of bunkers offer an unforgettable atmosphere when exploring.

    We will visit sites not open to the public and places not visited by any of the commercial tours. Become a temporary member of the team and see how Jersey was made into an impregnable fortress!

    £25pp or you can go private for £150 for up to 7 people (just select the “book entire tour option”).

    Evenings 19:00 – 21:45 (ish)

    Bookings are only accepted online – Book early to avoid disappointment.

  • Leonard Elschenbroich + Alexei Grynyuk
    8:00 pm-10:00 pm
    2023.02.02

    Hailed by The New York Times as “a musician of great technical prowess, intellectual curiosity and expressive depth”, cellist Leonard Elschenbroich has garnered a reputation as one of the most charismatic cellists of his generation renowned for his passionate and compelling performances. He gave his Vienna Musik-verein debut on tour with the Staatskapelle Dresden, his US debut with the Chicago Symphony Orchestra, his Asian debut at Suntory Hall in Tokyo and has appeared five times in the BBC Proms at the Royal Albert Hall.

    A committed chamber musician, Leonard performs duo recitals with pianist Alexei Grynyuk and trios as part of the Benedetti-Elschenbroich-Grynyuk Trio which has toured through Europe, the USA, South America and Australia. He has appeared at the Wigmore Hall, Auditorium du Louvre, Concertgebouw, Frick Collection, Ravinia Festival and the Lucerne, Gstaad, Rheingau, Mecklenburg Vorpommern and Schleswig Holstein Music festivals.

    Programme includes: Prokofiev: Cello Sonata Op 119 in C; Beethoven: Cello Sonata No. 5 in D Major Op. 102 No. 2 Franck: Sonata for Cello and Piano in A

  • Compline for Candelmas
    9:00 pm-9:45 pm
    2023.02.02

    Cantabile is delighted to be singing the evening liturgy of Compline again, and for the first time in the wonderful space of Grouville Parish Church.

    The choir’s previous performances of this magical candlelit service, held in the chapel of Rosel Manor, St Peter La Rocque and St Lawrence Parish Church, have been highlights for congregations and singers alike.

  • More events
    • Jersey Walk for Children and Light UPs
      9:00 am-5:00 pm
      2023.02.02-2023.02.06
      From 30th January-3rd February

      Over 20 local buildings across the Island will be turning green with our ‘Light Ups’ and flying NSPCC flags, raising awareness for NSPCC Jersey.

      For children facing abuse, the winter nights are dark, long and lonely.
      That’s why we’re encouraging friends, families and colleagues to walk 5k (Walk for Children) and raise money amongst the longest nights of the year.

      The NSPCC’s Childline received a call from a child around every 25 seconds at Christmas time. Calls about abuse, neglect, self-harm and anxiety – things no child should have to deal with. By joining in, every step participants take and every pound that they raise will help us be here for all children, even on the darkest nights this winter.

      We’re encouraging you to Walk for Children and spot our Light Ups with friends and family, donating to NSPCC Jersey.
      We can’t wait to see the Island show its support for children with this event.

      📅 When is the walk?
      Any date that works for you, but do it between 30th January and 3rd February and you can tie in seeing our local Light Ups!

      👣 Where is it?
      Plan your own 5k route to suit you. Check out our beautiful Jersey map, with info below for some suggestions to tie in the Light Ups on your walk. Do an organised trail, a loop from your house, or plan your own route – the choices are endless.

      💚 Why are we walking?
      Children need to know that we’re here for them, even on the darkest nights. Walk 5k and raise vital funds so we can make sure no call goes unanswered.

      💸 How much should I raise? We’ll be grateful for any amount you can raise to goes towards our vital work.

      🤔 Questions? Check out our FAQ’s.

      NSPCC Jersey raises funds for our local services we provide on Island. But Islanders can, and do, access Childline free of charge – which is funded by our National Childline funding.
      You can donate to Childline, or NSPCC Jersey.


      To sign up and donate to Childline (Nationally) use this link: Walk for Children | NSPCC using code ‘COMMUNITY’, for £1 registration.To donate directly to NSPCC Jersey, donate on this JustGiving page.

      Buildings:
      1  – Jersey Airport (arrivals, only visible if flying in) St Brelade
      2 – Jersey Airport St Brelade
      3 – Les Quennevais School St Brelade
      4 – The Boat House St Aubin
      5 – Somerville Hotel St Aubin
      6 – Fort Regent St Helier (due to vandalism these lights are currently broken and may not be fixed in time).
      7 – 5-6 Esplanade Esplanade
      8 – 8-9 Esplanade Esplanade
      9 – JTC House Esplanade
      10 – IFC5 (SANNE, top floor) Esplanade
      11 – Citibank Esplanade
      12 – Gaspe House Esplanade
      13 – Kingsgate House Esplanade
      14 – New Government Offices Unioin Street
      15 – Pitt Street Walkway Pitt Street
      16 – Bedell Cristin New Street
      17 – The Gower Centre Stopford Road
      18 – Le Gallais Building Bath Street
      19 – Hepburns Insurance Mulcaster Street
      20 – Jersey Harbour St Helier
      21 – Victoria College Mont Millais
      22 Government House St Saviour
      23 JEC Powerhouse Queens Road
      24 Trinity Manor Trinity

      Our recommended 5k routes

      Black Route (1-5)
      Starting at the Airport to see their flag, walk down to Les Quennevais School and make your way onto the railway walk to St Aubins. Have a short walk along the front and route back to the Somerville Hotel, ending at The Boat House.

      Pink route (6-20)
      Starting at Fort Regent, make your way along to The Esplanade to see multiple buildings glowing green, through to Union Street, Pitt Street, New Street, up to Stopford Road, then Bath Street, Mulcaster Street, down to the Harbour and ending back at Fort Regent again.
      Please note we are waiting to hear if Fort Regent lights will be fixed in time for this event as they are currently broken.

      Green Route (21-23)
      Starting at Victoria College walk to Government House, ending at JEC Powerhouse (you can use main roads or back lanes towards the Powerhouse; Rectory Lane, Langley Park, Valley des Vaux and Highview Lane).

      Red Route (24)
      A route for the daytime? Why not make a loop around Trinity Manor! Start at Trinity Arms, head towards Rue de la Monnaie, Rue des Monnieres, Rue de Barbant, La Rue du Hurel, and back to Trinity Arms.

      If walking at night make sure you wear reflective clothing and use torches so you are visible on the roads.

      We’d love to hear from you if you do take part, or share your photos of the walk and buildings.
      Tag us: Facebook, Twitter
      Email: [email protected] | [email protected]

      Thank you to all of the buildings lighting up and flying flags for us for our event, Todd Stanier for the fantastic artwork and Pamela Doherty for assisting with the organisation.

      Artwork by Todd Stanier: Instagram account

      To find out more about what NSPCC Jersey does, see our
      website: https://www.nspcc.org.uk/about-us/what-we-do/jersey/

    • Trade Roots
      10:00 am-4:00 pm
      2023.02.02-2024.05.29

      This new exhibition at Jersey Museum examines the evidence of the Island’s involvement in the transatlantic slave trade, including Jersey’s Lieutenant-Governor Sir George Carteret who was a founder member of the Royal Africa Company that traded in ivory, gold and enslaved people in the 17th century; Captain François Messervy of Jersey who was killed in 1722 during an uprising on board his slave ship off the coast of Africa; and Jersey trader Josué Mauger who in 1752 advertised enslaved people for sale in Nova Scotia, Canada, where his business was based.

      The exhibition is in the Victorian House at Jersey Museum, with its impressive mahogany staircase, because new research has shown that the house was built partly on the profits of the transatlantic slave trade. ‘Trade Roots’ explores Jersey’s historic links to slavery, from Islanders who owned mahogany plantations overseas and traded in slave-produced goods, to those who campaigned for the abolition of slavery.

      Thought-provoking, and at times challenging, this exhibition exposes some uncomfortable new stories from Jersey’s past and examines the legacy and impact of transatlantic slavery on the Island’s community today.

      Images:

      1. The statue of Sir George Carteret was covered in red paint during the Black Lives Matter demonstrations of 2020.
      2. Jerseyman Joshua Mauger advertised enslaved people for sale in Nova Scotia in 1752.
      3. Enslaved labour was used to harvest mahogany for staircases and furniture in Jersey properties such as the Victorian House.

       

    • Mont Orgueil Castle Tour
      11:00 am-12:00 pm
      2023.02.02

      TOUR TIMES

      Tours last approx. 1 hour

      Mondays 11am

      Wednesdays 11am

      Thursdays 11am

      Fridays 11am

      Saturdays, please call ahead to confirm todays tour start time.

      Sundays 11am

      Our tours are free of charge (normal entry fee applies).

      Tours are subject to change, please call the Castle on +44 (0)1534 853 292 to confirm the site tour is going ahead.

    • Hamptonne Tour
      11:15 am-12:15 pm
      2023.02.02

      Tour times

      Tours last approx. 1 hour

      Wednesdays 11.15am (no tour on 15 November)

      Thursdays 11.15am

      Fridays from 18 November at 11.15am (no tour on 30 December)

      Our tours are free of charge (normal entry fee applies).

      Tours are subject to change, please call Hamptonne on +44 (0) 1534 863 955 to confirm the site tour is going ahead.

    • WW2 Bunkers Tour
      2:00 pm-4:45 pm
      2023.02.02

      Join Jersey War Tours and visit WW2 bunkers, which are not usually open to the public.

      JWT will show you how Jersey was made into an impregnable fortress and help you appreciate what the Third Reich was able to create with slave labour.

      The tour is also a perfect complement to understanding the history of the D-Day invasion, which took place less than 30 miles away.

      £35pp or you can go private for £175 for up to 7 people (just select the “book entire tour option”).

    • The History Of Vraicking – HAVO!
      6:00 pm-7:30 pm
      2023.02.02
      Jersey Heritage Members are invited to discover the history of vraicking in the Island, with guest speaker Nick Jouault.
      At Jersey Museum & Art Gallery

      February marks the start of the traditional vraicking season, when Jersey farmers were permitted to cut vraic – seaweed – to fertilise their fields. Loose vraic could be collected at any time and it was spread over the land during the winter and then ploughed into the soil before potatoes were planted in late winter and spring.

      Nowadays we may see the occasional farmer or keen gardener collecting vraic from the huge piles thrown up on the beaches by storms and there is plenty available for those who choose to follow this ancient tradition.

      However, in times past, vraic was a highly prized commodity and it’s harvesting well regulated.

      Vraicking expert Nick Jouault will be speaking in the AV Theatre at 6.30pm, for a short talk on the History of Vraicking.

      Find out how vraic was collected, dried and distributed in the Island and discover the renewed interest in traditional, more sustainable farming techniques that are an important part of our Island’s rural story.

      Welcome drinks will be served on arrival at 6pm in the Concourse and there will be an opportunity to speak with local producers ‘Ocean Harvest’ and ‘Tidal Rum’ about their vraic and seaweed infused products.

      Spaces are limited to 50, therefore booking is essential, reserve your free spot here.

    • Bunkers at Night Tour
      7:00 pm-9:00 pm
      2023.02.02-2023.04.24

      See Jersey’s military heritage in a new light and help to support a non-profit organisation!

      Evening tours of bunkers offer an unforgettable atmosphere when exploring.

      We will visit sites not open to the public and places not visited by any of the commercial tours. Become a temporary member of the team and see how Jersey was made into an impregnable fortress!

      £25pp or you can go private for £150 for up to 7 people (just select the “book entire tour option”).

      Evenings 19:00 – 21:45 (ish)

      Bookings are only accepted online – Book early to avoid disappointment.

    • Leonard Elschenbroich + Alexei Grynyuk
      8:00 pm-10:00 pm
      2023.02.02

      Hailed by The New York Times as “a musician of great technical prowess, intellectual curiosity and expressive depth”, cellist Leonard Elschenbroich has garnered a reputation as one of the most charismatic cellists of his generation renowned for his passionate and compelling performances. He gave his Vienna Musik-verein debut on tour with the Staatskapelle Dresden, his US debut with the Chicago Symphony Orchestra, his Asian debut at Suntory Hall in Tokyo and has appeared five times in the BBC Proms at the Royal Albert Hall.

      A committed chamber musician, Leonard performs duo recitals with pianist Alexei Grynyuk and trios as part of the Benedetti-Elschenbroich-Grynyuk Trio which has toured through Europe, the USA, South America and Australia. He has appeared at the Wigmore Hall, Auditorium du Louvre, Concertgebouw, Frick Collection, Ravinia Festival and the Lucerne, Gstaad, Rheingau, Mecklenburg Vorpommern and Schleswig Holstein Music festivals.

      Programme includes: Prokofiev: Cello Sonata Op 119 in C; Beethoven: Cello Sonata No. 5 in D Major Op. 102 No. 2 Franck: Sonata for Cello and Piano in A

    • Compline for Candelmas
      9:00 pm-9:45 pm
      2023.02.02

      Cantabile is delighted to be singing the evening liturgy of Compline again, and for the first time in the wonderful space of Grouville Parish Church.

      The choir’s previous performances of this magical candlelit service, held in the chapel of Rosel Manor, St Peter La Rocque and St Lawrence Parish Church, have been highlights for congregations and singers alike.

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  • Jersey Walk for Children and Light UPs
    9:00 am-5:00 pm
    2023.02.03-2023.02.07

    From 30th January-3rd February

    Over 20 local buildings across the Island will be turning green with our ‘Light Ups’ and flying NSPCC flags, raising awareness for NSPCC Jersey.

    For children facing abuse, the winter nights are dark, long and lonely.
    That’s why we’re encouraging friends, families and colleagues to walk 5k (Walk for Children) and raise money amongst the longest nights of the year.

    The NSPCC’s Childline received a call from a child around every 25 seconds at Christmas time. Calls about abuse, neglect, self-harm and anxiety – things no child should have to deal with. By joining in, every step participants take and every pound that they raise will help us be here for all children, even on the darkest nights this winter.

    We’re encouraging you to Walk for Children and spot our Light Ups with friends and family, donating to NSPCC Jersey.
    We can’t wait to see the Island show its support for children with this event.

    📅 When is the walk?
    Any date that works for you, but do it between 30th January and 3rd February and you can tie in seeing our local Light Ups!

    👣 Where is it?
    Plan your own 5k route to suit you. Check out our beautiful Jersey map, with info below for some suggestions to tie in the Light Ups on your walk. Do an organised trail, a loop from your house, or plan your own route – the choices are endless.

    💚 Why are we walking?
    Children need to know that we’re here for them, even on the darkest nights. Walk 5k and raise vital funds so we can make sure no call goes unanswered.

    💸 How much should I raise? We’ll be grateful for any amount you can raise to goes towards our vital work.

    🤔 Questions? Check out our FAQ’s.

    NSPCC Jersey raises funds for our local services we provide on Island. But Islanders can, and do, access Childline free of charge – which is funded by our National Childline funding.
    You can donate to Childline, or NSPCC Jersey.


    To sign up and donate to Childline (Nationally) use this link: Walk for Children | NSPCC using code ‘COMMUNITY’, for £1 registration.To donate directly to NSPCC Jersey, donate on this JustGiving page.

    Buildings:
    1  – Jersey Airport (arrivals, only visible if flying in) St Brelade
    2 – Jersey Airport St Brelade
    3 – Les Quennevais School St Brelade
    4 – The Boat House St Aubin
    5 – Somerville Hotel St Aubin
    6 – Fort Regent St Helier (due to vandalism these lights are currently broken and may not be fixed in time).
    7 – 5-6 Esplanade Esplanade
    8 – 8-9 Esplanade Esplanade
    9 – JTC House Esplanade
    10 – IFC5 (SANNE, top floor) Esplanade
    11 – Citibank Esplanade
    12 – Gaspe House Esplanade
    13 – Kingsgate House Esplanade
    14 – New Government Offices Unioin Street
    15 – Pitt Street Walkway Pitt Street
    16 – Bedell Cristin New Street
    17 – The Gower Centre Stopford Road
    18 – Le Gallais Building Bath Street
    19 – Hepburns Insurance Mulcaster Street
    20 – Jersey Harbour St Helier
    21 – Victoria College Mont Millais
    22 Government House St Saviour
    23 JEC Powerhouse Queens Road
    24 Trinity Manor Trinity

    Our recommended 5k routes

    Black Route (1-5)
    Starting at the Airport to see their flag, walk down to Les Quennevais School and make your way onto the railway walk to St Aubins. Have a short walk along the front and route back to the Somerville Hotel, ending at The Boat House.

    Pink route (6-20)
    Starting at Fort Regent, make your way along to The Esplanade to see multiple buildings glowing green, through to Union Street, Pitt Street, New Street, up to Stopford Road, then Bath Street, Mulcaster Street, down to the Harbour and ending back at Fort Regent again.
    Please note we are waiting to hear if Fort Regent lights will be fixed in time for this event as they are currently broken.

    Green Route (21-23)
    Starting at Victoria College walk to Government House, ending at JEC Powerhouse (you can use main roads or back lanes towards the Powerhouse; Rectory Lane, Langley Park, Valley des Vaux and Highview Lane).

    Red Route (24)
    A route for the daytime? Why not make a loop around Trinity Manor! Start at Trinity Arms, head towards Rue de la Monnaie, Rue des Monnieres, Rue de Barbant, La Rue du Hurel, and back to Trinity Arms.

    If walking at night make sure you wear reflective clothing and use torches so you are visible on the roads.

    We’d love to hear from you if you do take part, or share your photos of the walk and buildings.
    Tag us: Facebook, Twitter
    Email: [email protected] | [email protected]

    Thank you to all of the buildings lighting up and flying flags for us for our event, Todd Stanier for the fantastic artwork and Pamela Doherty for assisting with the organisation.

    Artwork by Todd Stanier: Instagram account

    To find out more about what NSPCC Jersey does, see our
    website: https://www.nspcc.org.uk/about-us/what-we-do/jersey/

  • Trade Roots
    10:00 am-4:00 pm
    2023.02.03-2024.05.30

    This new exhibition at Jersey Museum examines the evidence of the Island’s involvement in the transatlantic slave trade, including Jersey’s Lieutenant-Governor Sir George Carteret who was a founder member of the Royal Africa Company that traded in ivory, gold and enslaved people in the 17th century; Captain François Messervy of Jersey who was killed in 1722 during an uprising on board his slave ship off the coast of Africa; and Jersey trader Josué Mauger who in 1752 advertised enslaved people for sale in Nova Scotia, Canada, where his business was based.

    The exhibition is in the Victorian House at Jersey Museum, with its impressive mahogany staircase, because new research has shown that the house was built partly on the profits of the transatlantic slave trade. ‘Trade Roots’ explores Jersey’s historic links to slavery, from Islanders who owned mahogany plantations overseas and traded in slave-produced goods, to those who campaigned for the abolition of slavery.

    Thought-provoking, and at times challenging, this exhibition exposes some uncomfortable new stories from Jersey’s past and examines the legacy and impact of transatlantic slavery on the Island’s community today.

    Images:

    1. The statue of Sir George Carteret was covered in red paint during the Black Lives Matter demonstrations of 2020.
    2. Jerseyman Joshua Mauger advertised enslaved people for sale in Nova Scotia in 1752.
    3. Enslaved labour was used to harvest mahogany for staircases and furniture in Jersey properties such as the Victorian House.

     

  • Mont Orgueil Castle Tour
    11:00 am-12:00 pm
    2023.02.03

    TOUR TIMES

    Tours last approx. 1 hour

    Mondays 11am

    Wednesdays 11am

    Thursdays 11am

    Fridays 11am

    Saturdays, please call ahead to confirm todays tour start time.

    Sundays 11am

    Our tours are free of charge (normal entry fee applies).

    Tours are subject to change, please call the Castle on +44 (0)1534 853 292 to confirm the site tour is going ahead.

  • Hamptonne Tour
    11:15 am-12:15 pm
    2023.02.03

    Tour times

    Tours last approx. 1 hour

    Wednesdays 11.15am (no tour on 15 November)

    Thursdays 11.15am

    Fridays from 18 November at 11.15am (no tour on 30 December)

    Our tours are free of charge (normal entry fee applies).

    Tours are subject to change, please call Hamptonne on +44 (0) 1534 863 955 to confirm the site tour is going ahead.

  • WW2 Bunkers Tour
    2:00 pm-4:45 pm
    2023.02.03

    Join Jersey War Tours and visit WW2 bunkers, which are not usually open to the public.

    JWT will show you how Jersey was made into an impregnable fortress and help you appreciate what the Third Reich was able to create with slave labour.

    The tour is also a perfect complement to understanding the history of the D-Day invasion, which took place less than 30 miles away.

    £35pp or you can go private for £175 for up to 7 people (just select the “book entire tour option”).

  • Cineclub – La fracture
    6:00 pm-8:00 pm
    2023.02.03

    https://youtu.be/ageLqzbZOsk

    Raf and Julie, a couple on the verge of breaking up, find themselves in an emergency ward bordering on collapse on the evening of a Parisian Yellow Vest protest.

    Their encounter with Yann, an angry and injured demonstrator, will shatter each person’s certainties and prejudices.

    Outside, the tension escalates. The hospital, under pressure, must close its doors. Staff is overwhelmed. The night will be long…

    1h38 With English subtitles

    Stay after the movie for a chat!

    £6 members / £8 (booking on eventbrite)

    Booking essential on eventbrite here

    Enter the promo code “member” before confirming your ticket if you are a member / student

  • Bunkers at Night Tour
    7:00 pm-9:00 pm
    2023.02.03-2023.04.25

    See Jersey’s military heritage in a new light and help to support a non-profit organisation!

    Evening tours of bunkers offer an unforgettable atmosphere when exploring.

    We will visit sites not open to the public and places not visited by any of the commercial tours. Become a temporary member of the team and see how Jersey was made into an impregnable fortress!

    £25pp or you can go private for £150 for up to 7 people (just select the “book entire tour option”).

    Evenings 19:00 – 21:45 (ish)

    Bookings are only accepted online – Book early to avoid disappointment.

  • Yield and Jims House @ The Blue Note
    8:00 pm-11:00 pm
    2023.02.03

    First gig of the year and we can’t bloody wait. We are joined by the amazing Jim’s House so come on down and lets start 2023 correctly with some good old rock n roll!

  • More events
    • Jersey Walk for Children and Light UPs
      9:00 am-5:00 pm
      2023.02.03-2023.02.07
      From 30th January-3rd February

      Over 20 local buildings across the Island will be turning green with our ‘Light Ups’ and flying NSPCC flags, raising awareness for NSPCC Jersey.

      For children facing abuse, the winter nights are dark, long and lonely.
      That’s why we’re encouraging friends, families and colleagues to walk 5k (Walk for Children) and raise money amongst the longest nights of the year.

      The NSPCC’s Childline received a call from a child around every 25 seconds at Christmas time. Calls about abuse, neglect, self-harm and anxiety – things no child should have to deal with. By joining in, every step participants take and every pound that they raise will help us be here for all children, even on the darkest nights this winter.

      We’re encouraging you to Walk for Children and spot our Light Ups with friends and family, donating to NSPCC Jersey.
      We can’t wait to see the Island show its support for children with this event.

      📅 When is the walk?
      Any date that works for you, but do it between 30th January and 3rd February and you can tie in seeing our local Light Ups!

      👣 Where is it?
      Plan your own 5k route to suit you. Check out our beautiful Jersey map, with info below for some suggestions to tie in the Light Ups on your walk. Do an organised trail, a loop from your house, or plan your own route – the choices are endless.

      💚 Why are we walking?
      Children need to know that we’re here for them, even on the darkest nights. Walk 5k and raise vital funds so we can make sure no call goes unanswered.

      💸 How much should I raise? We’ll be grateful for any amount you can raise to goes towards our vital work.

      🤔 Questions? Check out our FAQ’s.

      NSPCC Jersey raises funds for our local services we provide on Island. But Islanders can, and do, access Childline free of charge – which is funded by our National Childline funding.
      You can donate to Childline, or NSPCC Jersey.


      To sign up and donate to Childline (Nationally) use this link: Walk for Children | NSPCC using code ‘COMMUNITY’, for £1 registration.To donate directly to NSPCC Jersey, donate on this JustGiving page.

      Buildings:
      1  – Jersey Airport (arrivals, only visible if flying in) St Brelade
      2 – Jersey Airport St Brelade
      3 – Les Quennevais School St Brelade
      4 – The Boat House St Aubin
      5 – Somerville Hotel St Aubin
      6 – Fort Regent St Helier (due to vandalism these lights are currently broken and may not be fixed in time).
      7 – 5-6 Esplanade Esplanade
      8 – 8-9 Esplanade Esplanade
      9 – JTC House Esplanade
      10 – IFC5 (SANNE, top floor) Esplanade
      11 – Citibank Esplanade
      12 – Gaspe House Esplanade
      13 – Kingsgate House Esplanade
      14 – New Government Offices Unioin Street
      15 – Pitt Street Walkway Pitt Street
      16 – Bedell Cristin New Street
      17 – The Gower Centre Stopford Road
      18 – Le Gallais Building Bath Street
      19 – Hepburns Insurance Mulcaster Street
      20 – Jersey Harbour St Helier
      21 – Victoria College Mont Millais
      22 Government House St Saviour
      23 JEC Powerhouse Queens Road
      24 Trinity Manor Trinity

      Our recommended 5k routes

      Black Route (1-5)
      Starting at the Airport to see their flag, walk down to Les Quennevais School and make your way onto the railway walk to St Aubins. Have a short walk along the front and route back to the Somerville Hotel, ending at The Boat House.

      Pink route (6-20)
      Starting at Fort Regent, make your way along to The Esplanade to see multiple buildings glowing green, through to Union Street, Pitt Street, New Street, up to Stopford Road, then Bath Street, Mulcaster Street, down to the Harbour and ending back at Fort Regent again.
      Please note we are waiting to hear if Fort Regent lights will be fixed in time for this event as they are currently broken.

      Green Route (21-23)
      Starting at Victoria College walk to Government House, ending at JEC Powerhouse (you can use main roads or back lanes towards the Powerhouse; Rectory Lane, Langley Park, Valley des Vaux and Highview Lane).

      Red Route (24)
      A route for the daytime? Why not make a loop around Trinity Manor! Start at Trinity Arms, head towards Rue de la Monnaie, Rue des Monnieres, Rue de Barbant, La Rue du Hurel, and back to Trinity Arms.

      If walking at night make sure you wear reflective clothing and use torches so you are visible on the roads.

      We’d love to hear from you if you do take part, or share your photos of the walk and buildings.
      Tag us: Facebook, Twitter
      Email: [email protected] | [email protected]

      Thank you to all of the buildings lighting up and flying flags for us for our event, Todd Stanier for the fantastic artwork and Pamela Doherty for assisting with the organisation.

      Artwork by Todd Stanier: Instagram account

      To find out more about what NSPCC Jersey does, see our
      website: https://www.nspcc.org.uk/about-us/what-we-do/jersey/

    • Trade Roots
      10:00 am-4:00 pm
      2023.02.03-2024.05.30

      This new exhibition at Jersey Museum examines the evidence of the Island’s involvement in the transatlantic slave trade, including Jersey’s Lieutenant-Governor Sir George Carteret who was a founder member of the Royal Africa Company that traded in ivory, gold and enslaved people in the 17th century; Captain François Messervy of Jersey who was killed in 1722 during an uprising on board his slave ship off the coast of Africa; and Jersey trader Josué Mauger who in 1752 advertised enslaved people for sale in Nova Scotia, Canada, where his business was based.

      The exhibition is in the Victorian House at Jersey Museum, with its impressive mahogany staircase, because new research has shown that the house was built partly on the profits of the transatlantic slave trade. ‘Trade Roots’ explores Jersey’s historic links to slavery, from Islanders who owned mahogany plantations overseas and traded in slave-produced goods, to those who campaigned for the abolition of slavery.

      Thought-provoking, and at times challenging, this exhibition exposes some uncomfortable new stories from Jersey’s past and examines the legacy and impact of transatlantic slavery on the Island’s community today.

      Images:

      1. The statue of Sir George Carteret was covered in red paint during the Black Lives Matter demonstrations of 2020.
      2. Jerseyman Joshua Mauger advertised enslaved people for sale in Nova Scotia in 1752.
      3. Enslaved labour was used to harvest mahogany for staircases and furniture in Jersey properties such as the Victorian House.

       

    • Mont Orgueil Castle Tour
      11:00 am-12:00 pm
      2023.02.03

      TOUR TIMES

      Tours last approx. 1 hour

      Mondays 11am

      Wednesdays 11am

      Thursdays 11am

      Fridays 11am

      Saturdays, please call ahead to confirm todays tour start time.

      Sundays 11am

      Our tours are free of charge (normal entry fee applies).

      Tours are subject to change, please call the Castle on +44 (0)1534 853 292 to confirm the site tour is going ahead.

    • Hamptonne Tour
      11:15 am-12:15 pm
      2023.02.03

      Tour times

      Tours last approx. 1 hour

      Wednesdays 11.15am (no tour on 15 November)

      Thursdays 11.15am

      Fridays from 18 November at 11.15am (no tour on 30 December)

      Our tours are free of charge (normal entry fee applies).

      Tours are subject to change, please call Hamptonne on +44 (0) 1534 863 955 to confirm the site tour is going ahead.

    • WW2 Bunkers Tour
      2:00 pm-4:45 pm
      2023.02.03

      Join Jersey War Tours and visit WW2 bunkers, which are not usually open to the public.

      JWT will show you how Jersey was made into an impregnable fortress and help you appreciate what the Third Reich was able to create with slave labour.

      The tour is also a perfect complement to understanding the history of the D-Day invasion, which took place less than 30 miles away.

      £35pp or you can go private for £175 for up to 7 people (just select the “book entire tour option”).

    • Cineclub - La fracture
      6:00 pm-8:00 pm
      2023.02.03

      https://youtu.be/ageLqzbZOsk

      Raf and Julie, a couple on the verge of breaking up, find themselves in an emergency ward bordering on collapse on the evening of a Parisian Yellow Vest protest.

      Their encounter with Yann, an angry and injured demonstrator, will shatter each person’s certainties and prejudices.

      Outside, the tension escalates. The hospital, under pressure, must close its doors. Staff is overwhelmed. The night will be long…

      1h38 With English subtitles

      Stay after the movie for a chat!

      £6 members / £8 (booking on eventbrite)

      Booking essential on eventbrite here

      Enter the promo code “member” before confirming your ticket if you are a member / student

    • Bunkers at Night Tour
      7:00 pm-9:00 pm
      2023.02.03-2023.04.25

      See Jersey’s military heritage in a new light and help to support a non-profit organisation!

      Evening tours of bunkers offer an unforgettable atmosphere when exploring.

      We will visit sites not open to the public and places not visited by any of the commercial tours. Become a temporary member of the team and see how Jersey was made into an impregnable fortress!

      £25pp or you can go private for £150 for up to 7 people (just select the “book entire tour option”).

      Evenings 19:00 – 21:45 (ish)

      Bookings are only accepted online – Book early to avoid disappointment.

    • Yield and Jims House @ The Blue Note
      8:00 pm-11:00 pm
      2023.02.03

      First gig of the year and we can’t bloody wait. We are joined by the amazing Jim’s House so come on down and lets start 2023 correctly with some good old rock n roll!

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  • Jersey Great Garden Birdwatch
    8:00 am-11:00 am
    2023.02.04

    Please help us in this long-term citizen science project by counting and recording the avian visitors to your gardens for 1 hour on either Saturday or Sunday morning.
    This survey has been completed each year from 2002 to 2022.
    The survey form will be available soon
  • Winter Wildlife Walk – Le Petit Pré (SSI)
    9:45 am-12:00 pm
    2023.02.04

    This small but perfectly formed corner of Trinity is little known to many and a lovely place to explore on a Saturday morning.
    Now in February hopefully Spring is just around the corner. A stroll with wildlife appreciation stops. Wildflower and tree identification plus birds and anything else in-between, there is still so much to discover at this time of year.
    Please contact us to reserve a place
    https://www.facebook.com/events/969915287747347
    PRICE: £5.00 per person
    Meet at Riley Field car park (on the opposite side of the road to Trinity Primary School)
    Start time: 10.00am – please arrive by 09.45
    Terrain: Good footpath and stepping stones
    Please wear appropriate clothing / footwear for the weather and terrain.
    Well behaved dogs welcome
  • Trade Roots
    10:00 am-4:00 pm
    2023.02.04-2024.05.31

    This new exhibition at Jersey Museum examines the evidence of the Island’s involvement in the transatlantic slave trade, including Jersey’s Lieutenant-Governor Sir George Carteret who was a founder member of the Royal Africa Company that traded in ivory, gold and enslaved people in the 17th century; Captain François Messervy of Jersey who was killed in 1722 during an uprising on board his slave ship off the coast of Africa; and Jersey trader Josué Mauger who in 1752 advertised enslaved people for sale in Nova Scotia, Canada, where his business was based.

    The exhibition is in the Victorian House at Jersey Museum, with its impressive mahogany staircase, because new research has shown that the house was built partly on the profits of the transatlantic slave trade. ‘Trade Roots’ explores Jersey’s historic links to slavery, from Islanders who owned mahogany plantations overseas and traded in slave-produced goods, to those who campaigned for the abolition of slavery.

    Thought-provoking, and at times challenging, this exhibition exposes some uncomfortable new stories from Jersey’s past and examines the legacy and impact of transatlantic slavery on the Island’s community today.

    Images:

    1. The statue of Sir George Carteret was covered in red paint during the Black Lives Matter demonstrations of 2020.
    2. Jerseyman Joshua Mauger advertised enslaved people for sale in Nova Scotia in 1752.
    3. Enslaved labour was used to harvest mahogany for staircases and furniture in Jersey properties such as the Victorian House.

     

  • Mont Orgueil Castle Tour
    11:00 am-12:00 pm
    2023.02.04

    TOUR TIMES

    Tours last approx. 1 hour

    Mondays 11am

    Wednesdays 11am

    Thursdays 11am

    Fridays 11am

    Saturdays, please call ahead to confirm todays tour start time.

    Sundays 11am

    Our tours are free of charge (normal entry fee applies).

    Tours are subject to change, please call the Castle on +44 (0)1534 853 292 to confirm the site tour is going ahead.

  • Tiki Pool Open
    1:00 pm-5:00 pm
    2023.02.04

    World rules pool competition
    £10 entry
    Singles
    Register in person by 1pm (open draw done at 1pm sharp)

  • Jersey Reds v Ealing Trailfinders (Cup)
    2:00 pm-4:00 pm
    2023.02.04

    Don’t miss out on what is set to be an exciting fixture at The Stade!

    Join us at Stade Santander International 📍🏟️

    🆚 Ealing Trailfinders Cup Match
    🗓️ Saturday 4th February
    ⏱️ KO 2pm

    •Match-Day Ticket – standing and bench seating on a first-come, first-served
    •Seat Ticket – reserved allocated seat in the RBC Stand
    •Early Bird Ticket – save £5 on adult tickets purchased online. Available up to 24hrs before kick off
    •Gates open at 12pm  /  Kick off 2pm
    •Dogs are not allowed on the Jersey Rugby Club grounds
    •Match Day Ticket  T&Cs

    🎟️ Tickets available to purchase online via our website – follow the link

  • WW2 Bunkers Tour
    2:00 pm-4:45 pm
    2023.02.04

    Join Jersey War Tours and visit WW2 bunkers, which are not usually open to the public.

    JWT will show you how Jersey was made into an impregnable fortress and help you appreciate what the Third Reich was able to create with slave labour.

    The tour is also a perfect complement to understanding the history of the D-Day invasion, which took place less than 30 miles away.

    £35pp or you can go private for £175 for up to 7 people (just select the “book entire tour option”).

  • JASTO Juniors Concert
    7:00 pm-10:00 pm
    2023.02.04

    Having received enquiries from many of our younger or less advanced students who were keen to participate, we expanded the orchestral project to include JASTO Junior, open to students from the age of seven who have achieved approximately grade one standard or above.

    Several of our teenaged musicians are assuming mentoring roles and have taken on the responsibility of assisting the juniors.

    It is our aspiration that these younger musicians feed into the senior JASTO with an existing knowledge of orchestral life.

    They will performing a varied programme from Beethoven to Disney

  • Bunkers at Night Tour
    7:00 pm-9:00 pm
    2023.02.04-2023.04.26

    See Jersey’s military heritage in a new light and help to support a non-profit organisation!

    Evening tours of bunkers offer an unforgettable atmosphere when exploring.

    We will visit sites not open to the public and places not visited by any of the commercial tours. Become a temporary member of the team and see how Jersey was made into an impregnable fortress!

    £25pp or you can go private for £150 for up to 7 people (just select the “book entire tour option”).

    Evenings 19:00 – 21:45 (ish)

    Bookings are only accepted online – Book early to avoid disappointment.

  • Live Music at the Horse & Hound
    8:00 pm-10:00 pm
    2023.02.04

    ‘ONE MORE TIME WITH FEELING’ Take centre stage to entertain us with vibrant beats bringing the best songs to let your hair down this Saturday night.
    See you on the Dance floor
  • HOWL & Monty Taft @ The Blue Note – Opening weekend 2023
    8:30 pm-11:00 pm
    2023.02.04

    Come and celebrate getting through all 13 weeks of January with a night of Rock ‘n’ Roll!
    Opening weekend of 2023 at The Blue Note!
    Doors – 8:30pm
    Monty Taft – 9pm
    HOWL – 10pm
    £4 entry on the door
  • More events
    • Jersey Great Garden Birdwatch
      8:00 am-11:00 am
      2023.02.04
      Please help us in this long-term citizen science project by counting and recording the avian visitors to your gardens for 1 hour on either Saturday or Sunday morning.
      This survey has been completed each year from 2002 to 2022.
      The survey form will be available soon
    • Winter Wildlife Walk - Le Petit Pré (SSI)
      9:45 am-12:00 pm
      2023.02.04
      This small but perfectly formed corner of Trinity is little known to many and a lovely place to explore on a Saturday morning.
      Now in February hopefully Spring is just around the corner. A stroll with wildlife appreciation stops. Wildflower and tree identification plus birds and anything else in-between, there is still so much to discover at this time of year.
      Please contact us to reserve a place
      https://www.facebook.com/events/969915287747347
      PRICE: £5.00 per person
      Meet at Riley Field car park (on the opposite side of the road to Trinity Primary School)
      Start time: 10.00am – please arrive by 09.45
      Terrain: Good footpath and stepping stones
      Please wear appropriate clothing / footwear for the weather and terrain.
      Well behaved dogs welcome
    • Trade Roots
      10:00 am-4:00 pm
      2023.02.04-2024.05.31

      This new exhibition at Jersey Museum examines the evidence of the Island’s involvement in the transatlantic slave trade, including Jersey’s Lieutenant-Governor Sir George Carteret who was a founder member of the Royal Africa Company that traded in ivory, gold and enslaved people in the 17th century; Captain François Messervy of Jersey who was killed in 1722 during an uprising on board his slave ship off the coast of Africa; and Jersey trader Josué Mauger who in 1752 advertised enslaved people for sale in Nova Scotia, Canada, where his business was based.

      The exhibition is in the Victorian House at Jersey Museum, with its impressive mahogany staircase, because new research has shown that the house was built partly on the profits of the transatlantic slave trade. ‘Trade Roots’ explores Jersey’s historic links to slavery, from Islanders who owned mahogany plantations overseas and traded in slave-produced goods, to those who campaigned for the abolition of slavery.

      Thought-provoking, and at times challenging, this exhibition exposes some uncomfortable new stories from Jersey’s past and examines the legacy and impact of transatlantic slavery on the Island’s community today.

      Images:

      1. The statue of Sir George Carteret was covered in red paint during the Black Lives Matter demonstrations of 2020.
      2. Jerseyman Joshua Mauger advertised enslaved people for sale in Nova Scotia in 1752.
      3. Enslaved labour was used to harvest mahogany for staircases and furniture in Jersey properties such as the Victorian House.

       

    • Mont Orgueil Castle Tour
      11:00 am-12:00 pm
      2023.02.04

      TOUR TIMES

      Tours last approx. 1 hour

      Mondays 11am

      Wednesdays 11am

      Thursdays 11am

      Fridays 11am

      Saturdays, please call ahead to confirm todays tour start time.

      Sundays 11am

      Our tours are free of charge (normal entry fee applies).

      Tours are subject to change, please call the Castle on +44 (0)1534 853 292 to confirm the site tour is going ahead.

    • Tiki Pool Open
      1:00 pm-5:00 pm
      2023.02.04

      World rules pool competition
      £10 entry
      Singles
      Register in person by 1pm (open draw done at 1pm sharp)

    • Jersey Reds v Ealing Trailfinders (Cup)
      2:00 pm-4:00 pm
      2023.02.04

      Don’t miss out on what is set to be an exciting fixture at The Stade!

      Join us at Stade Santander International 📍🏟️

      🆚 Ealing Trailfinders Cup Match
      🗓️ Saturday 4th February
      ⏱️ KO 2pm

      •Match-Day Ticket – standing and bench seating on a first-come, first-served
      •Seat Ticket – reserved allocated seat in the RBC Stand
      •Early Bird Ticket – save £5 on adult tickets purchased online. Available up to 24hrs before kick off
      •Gates open at 12pm  /  Kick off 2pm
      •Dogs are not allowed on the Jersey Rugby Club grounds
      •Match Day Ticket  T&Cs

      🎟️ Tickets available to purchase online via our website – follow the link

    • WW2 Bunkers Tour
      2:00 pm-4:45 pm
      2023.02.04

      Join Jersey War Tours and visit WW2 bunkers, which are not usually open to the public.

      JWT will show you how Jersey was made into an impregnable fortress and help you appreciate what the Third Reich was able to create with slave labour.

      The tour is also a perfect complement to understanding the history of the D-Day invasion, which took place less than 30 miles away.

      £35pp or you can go private for £175 for up to 7 people (just select the “book entire tour option”).

    • JASTO Juniors Concert
      7:00 pm-10:00 pm
      2023.02.04

      Having received enquiries from many of our younger or less advanced students who were keen to participate, we expanded the orchestral project to include JASTO Junior, open to students from the age of seven who have achieved approximately grade one standard or above.

      Several of our teenaged musicians are assuming mentoring roles and have taken on the responsibility of assisting the juniors.

      It is our aspiration that these younger musicians feed into the senior JASTO with an existing knowledge of orchestral life.

      They will performing a varied programme from Beethoven to Disney

    • Bunkers at Night Tour
      7:00 pm-9:00 pm
      2023.02.04-2023.04.26

      See Jersey’s military heritage in a new light and help to support a non-profit organisation!

      Evening tours of bunkers offer an unforgettable atmosphere when exploring.

      We will visit sites not open to the public and places not visited by any of the commercial tours. Become a temporary member of the team and see how Jersey was made into an impregnable fortress!

      £25pp or you can go private for £150 for up to 7 people (just select the “book entire tour option”).

      Evenings 19:00 – 21:45 (ish)

      Bookings are only accepted online – Book early to avoid disappointment.

    • Live Music at the Horse & Hound
      8:00 pm-10:00 pm
      2023.02.04
      ‘ONE MORE TIME WITH FEELING’ Take centre stage to entertain us with vibrant beats bringing the best songs to let your hair down this Saturday night.
      See you on the Dance floor
    • HOWL & Monty Taft @ The Blue Note - Opening weekend 2023
      8:30 pm-11:00 pm
      2023.02.04
      Come and celebrate getting through all 13 weeks of January with a night of Rock ‘n’ Roll!
      Opening weekend of 2023 at The Blue Note!
      Doors – 8:30pm
      Monty Taft – 9pm
      HOWL – 10pm
      £4 entry on the door
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  • Weapons of World War Two Exhibition
    9:30 am-4:30 pm
    2023.02.05

    The Tower is a British 1770’s Defence Tower modified during the Second World War to become a German Anti-Aircraft Bunker.
    It is now used for Pop-Up Exhibitions covering the island’s military history.
    This winter we are going to feature the “Weapons of World War Two Exhibition” with a focus on the Occupation of the Channel Islands.
    The Collection on display will be able to be handled and includes over 30 various types of German and Allied weapons.
    This is a small Exhibition and all funds raised will be invested back into the maintenance of the Tower and other WW2 Projects.
    Due to the size of the bunker, we are limited to small groups so please book online to avoid disappointment.
    Bookings must be made online here: https://bookeo.com/jerseywartours…
  • Trade Roots
    10:00 am-4:00 pm
    2023.02.05-2024.06.01

    This new exhibition at Jersey Museum examines the evidence of the Island’s involvement in the transatlantic slave trade, including Jersey’s Lieutenant-Governor Sir George Carteret who was a founder member of the Royal Africa Company that traded in ivory, gold and enslaved people in the 17th century; Captain François Messervy of Jersey who was killed in 1722 during an uprising on board his slave ship off the coast of Africa; and Jersey trader Josué Mauger who in 1752 advertised enslaved people for sale in Nova Scotia, Canada, where his business was based.

    The exhibition is in the Victorian House at Jersey Museum, with its impressive mahogany staircase, because new research has shown that the house was built partly on the profits of the transatlantic slave trade. ‘Trade Roots’ explores Jersey’s historic links to slavery, from Islanders who owned mahogany plantations overseas and traded in slave-produced goods, to those who campaigned for the abolition of slavery.

    Thought-provoking, and at times challenging, this exhibition exposes some uncomfortable new stories from Jersey’s past and examines the legacy and impact of transatlantic slavery on the Island’s community today.

    Images:

    1. The statue of Sir George Carteret was covered in red paint during the Black Lives Matter demonstrations of 2020.
    2. Jerseyman Joshua Mauger advertised enslaved people for sale in Nova Scotia in 1752.
    3. Enslaved labour was used to harvest mahogany for staircases and furniture in Jersey properties such as the Victorian House.

     

  • Mont Orgueil Castle Tour
    11:00 am-12:00 pm
    2023.02.05

    TOUR TIMES

    Tours last approx. 1 hour

    Mondays 11am

    Wednesdays 11am

    Thursdays 11am

    Fridays 11am

    Saturdays, please call ahead to confirm todays tour start time.

    Sundays 11am

    Our tours are free of charge (normal entry fee applies).

    Tours are subject to change, please call the Castle on +44 (0)1534 853 292 to confirm the site tour is going ahead.

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  • Trade Roots
    10:00 am-4:00 pm
    2023.02.06-2024.06.02

    This new exhibition at Jersey Museum examines the evidence of the Island’s involvement in the transatlantic slave trade, including Jersey’s Lieutenant-Governor Sir George Carteret who was a founder member of the Royal Africa Company that traded in ivory, gold and enslaved people in the 17th century; Captain François Messervy of Jersey who was killed in 1722 during an uprising on board his slave ship off the coast of Africa; and Jersey trader Josué Mauger who in 1752 advertised enslaved people for sale in Nova Scotia, Canada, where his business was based.

    The exhibition is in the Victorian House at Jersey Museum, with its impressive mahogany staircase, because new research has shown that the house was built partly on the profits of the transatlantic slave trade. ‘Trade Roots’ explores Jersey’s historic links to slavery, from Islanders who owned mahogany plantations overseas and traded in slave-produced goods, to those who campaigned for the abolition of slavery.

    Thought-provoking, and at times challenging, this exhibition exposes some uncomfortable new stories from Jersey’s past and examines the legacy and impact of transatlantic slavery on the Island’s community today.

    Images:

    1. The statue of Sir George Carteret was covered in red paint during the Black Lives Matter demonstrations of 2020.
    2. Jerseyman Joshua Mauger advertised enslaved people for sale in Nova Scotia in 1752.
    3. Enslaved labour was used to harvest mahogany for staircases and furniture in Jersey properties such as the Victorian House.

     

  • Mont Orgueil Castle Tour
    11:00 am-12:00 pm
    2023.02.06

    TOUR TIMES

    Tours last approx. 1 hour

    Mondays 11am

    Wednesdays 11am

    Thursdays 11am

    Fridays 11am

    Saturdays, please call ahead to confirm todays tour start time.

    Sundays 11am

    Our tours are free of charge (normal entry fee applies).

    Tours are subject to change, please call the Castle on +44 (0)1534 853 292 to confirm the site tour is going ahead.

  • WW2 Bunkers Tour
    2:00 pm-4:45 pm
    2023.02.06

    Join Jersey War Tours and visit WW2 bunkers, which are not usually open to the public.

    JWT will show you how Jersey was made into an impregnable fortress and help you appreciate what the Third Reich was able to create with slave labour.

    The tour is also a perfect complement to understanding the history of the D-Day invasion, which took place less than 30 miles away.

    £35pp or you can go private for £175 for up to 7 people (just select the “book entire tour option”).

  • Bunkers at Night Tour
    7:00 pm-9:00 pm
    2023.02.06-2023.04.28

    See Jersey’s military heritage in a new light and help to support a non-profit organisation!

    Evening tours of bunkers offer an unforgettable atmosphere when exploring.

    We will visit sites not open to the public and places not visited by any of the commercial tours. Become a temporary member of the team and see how Jersey was made into an impregnable fortress!

    £25pp or you can go private for £150 for up to 7 people (just select the “book entire tour option”).

    Evenings 19:00 – 21:45 (ish)

    Bookings are only accepted online – Book early to avoid disappointment.

  • More events
    • Trade Roots
      10:00 am-4:00 pm
      2023.02.06-2024.06.02

      This new exhibition at Jersey Museum examines the evidence of the Island’s involvement in the transatlantic slave trade, including Jersey’s Lieutenant-Governor Sir George Carteret who was a founder member of the Royal Africa Company that traded in ivory, gold and enslaved people in the 17th century; Captain François Messervy of Jersey who was killed in 1722 during an uprising on board his slave ship off the coast of Africa; and Jersey trader Josué Mauger who in 1752 advertised enslaved people for sale in Nova Scotia, Canada, where his business was based.

      The exhibition is in the Victorian House at Jersey Museum, with its impressive mahogany staircase, because new research has shown that the house was built partly on the profits of the transatlantic slave trade. ‘Trade Roots’ explores Jersey’s historic links to slavery, from Islanders who owned mahogany plantations overseas and traded in slave-produced goods, to those who campaigned for the abolition of slavery.

      Thought-provoking, and at times challenging, this exhibition exposes some uncomfortable new stories from Jersey’s past and examines the legacy and impact of transatlantic slavery on the Island’s community today.

      Images:

      1. The statue of Sir George Carteret was covered in red paint during the Black Lives Matter demonstrations of 2020.
      2. Jerseyman Joshua Mauger advertised enslaved people for sale in Nova Scotia in 1752.
      3. Enslaved labour was used to harvest mahogany for staircases and furniture in Jersey properties such as the Victorian House.

       

    • Mont Orgueil Castle Tour
      11:00 am-12:00 pm
      2023.02.06

      TOUR TIMES

      Tours last approx. 1 hour

      Mondays 11am

      Wednesdays 11am

      Thursdays 11am

      Fridays 11am

      Saturdays, please call ahead to confirm todays tour start time.

      Sundays 11am

      Our tours are free of charge (normal entry fee applies).

      Tours are subject to change, please call the Castle on +44 (0)1534 853 292 to confirm the site tour is going ahead.

    • WW2 Bunkers Tour
      2:00 pm-4:45 pm
      2023.02.06

      Join Jersey War Tours and visit WW2 bunkers, which are not usually open to the public.

      JWT will show you how Jersey was made into an impregnable fortress and help you appreciate what the Third Reich was able to create with slave labour.

      The tour is also a perfect complement to understanding the history of the D-Day invasion, which took place less than 30 miles away.

      £35pp or you can go private for £175 for up to 7 people (just select the “book entire tour option”).

    • Bunkers at Night Tour
      7:00 pm-9:00 pm
      2023.02.06-2023.04.28

      See Jersey’s military heritage in a new light and help to support a non-profit organisation!

      Evening tours of bunkers offer an unforgettable atmosphere when exploring.

      We will visit sites not open to the public and places not visited by any of the commercial tours. Become a temporary member of the team and see how Jersey was made into an impregnable fortress!

      £25pp or you can go private for £150 for up to 7 people (just select the “book entire tour option”).

      Evenings 19:00 – 21:45 (ish)

      Bookings are only accepted online – Book early to avoid disappointment.

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  • Trade Roots
    10:00 am-4:00 pm
    2023.02.07-2024.06.03

    This new exhibition at Jersey Museum examines the evidence of the Island’s involvement in the transatlantic slave trade, including Jersey’s Lieutenant-Governor Sir George Carteret who was a founder member of the Royal Africa Company that traded in ivory, gold and enslaved people in the 17th century; Captain François Messervy of Jersey who was killed in 1722 during an uprising on board his slave ship off the coast of Africa; and Jersey trader Josué Mauger who in 1752 advertised enslaved people for sale in Nova Scotia, Canada, where his business was based.

    The exhibition is in the Victorian House at Jersey Museum, with its impressive mahogany staircase, because new research has shown that the house was built partly on the profits of the transatlantic slave trade. ‘Trade Roots’ explores Jersey’s historic links to slavery, from Islanders who owned mahogany plantations overseas and traded in slave-produced goods, to those who campaigned for the abolition of slavery.

    Thought-provoking, and at times challenging, this exhibition exposes some uncomfortable new stories from Jersey’s past and examines the legacy and impact of transatlantic slavery on the Island’s community today.

    Images:

    1. The statue of Sir George Carteret was covered in red paint during the Black Lives Matter demonstrations of 2020.
    2. Jerseyman Joshua Mauger advertised enslaved people for sale in Nova Scotia in 1752.
    3. Enslaved labour was used to harvest mahogany for staircases and furniture in Jersey properties such as the Victorian House.

     

  • WW2 Bunkers Tour
    2:00 pm-4:45 pm
    2023.02.07

    Join Jersey War Tours and visit WW2 bunkers, which are not usually open to the public.

    JWT will show you how Jersey was made into an impregnable fortress and help you appreciate what the Third Reich was able to create with slave labour.

    The tour is also a perfect complement to understanding the history of the D-Day invasion, which took place less than 30 miles away.

    £35pp or you can go private for £175 for up to 7 people (just select the “book entire tour option”).

  • Bunkers at Night Tour
    7:00 pm-9:00 pm
    2023.02.07-2023.04.29

    See Jersey’s military heritage in a new light and help to support a non-profit organisation!

    Evening tours of bunkers offer an unforgettable atmosphere when exploring.

    We will visit sites not open to the public and places not visited by any of the commercial tours. Become a temporary member of the team and see how Jersey was made into an impregnable fortress!

    £25pp or you can go private for £150 for up to 7 people (just select the “book entire tour option”).

    Evenings 19:00 – 21:45 (ish)

    Bookings are only accepted online – Book early to avoid disappointment.

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  • Trade Roots
    10:00 am-4:00 pm
    2023.02.08-2024.06.04

    This new exhibition at Jersey Museum examines the evidence of the Island’s involvement in the transatlantic slave trade, including Jersey’s Lieutenant-Governor Sir George Carteret who was a founder member of the Royal Africa Company that traded in ivory, gold and enslaved people in the 17th century; Captain François Messervy of Jersey who was killed in 1722 during an uprising on board his slave ship off the coast of Africa; and Jersey trader Josué Mauger who in 1752 advertised enslaved people for sale in Nova Scotia, Canada, where his business was based.

    The exhibition is in the Victorian House at Jersey Museum, with its impressive mahogany staircase, because new research has shown that the house was built partly on the profits of the transatlantic slave trade. ‘Trade Roots’ explores Jersey’s historic links to slavery, from Islanders who owned mahogany plantations overseas and traded in slave-produced goods, to those who campaigned for the abolition of slavery.

    Thought-provoking, and at times challenging, this exhibition exposes some uncomfortable new stories from Jersey’s past and examines the legacy and impact of transatlantic slavery on the Island’s community today.

    Images:

    1. The statue of Sir George Carteret was covered in red paint during the Black Lives Matter demonstrations of 2020.
    2. Jerseyman Joshua Mauger advertised enslaved people for sale in Nova Scotia in 1752.
    3. Enslaved labour was used to harvest mahogany for staircases and furniture in Jersey properties such as the Victorian House.

     

  • Mont Orgueil Castle Tour
    11:00 am-12:00 pm
    2023.02.08

    TOUR TIMES

    Tours last approx. 1 hour

    Mondays 11am

    Wednesdays 11am

    Thursdays 11am

    Fridays 11am

    Saturdays, please call ahead to confirm todays tour start time.

    Sundays 11am

    Our tours are free of charge (normal entry fee applies).

    Tours are subject to change, please call the Castle on +44 (0)1534 853 292 to confirm the site tour is going ahead.

  • Hamptonne Tour
    11:15 am-12:15 pm
    2023.02.08

    Tour times

    Tours last approx. 1 hour

    Wednesdays 11.15am (no tour on 15 November)

    Thursdays 11.15am

    Fridays from 18 November at 11.15am (no tour on 30 December)

    Our tours are free of charge (normal entry fee applies).

    Tours are subject to change, please call Hamptonne on +44 (0) 1534 863 955 to confirm the site tour is going ahead.

  • Coastal Foraging
    1:00 pm-4:00 pm
    2023.02.08

    We’ve created a series of exclusive events tailor made for our Members. To join an event you must have personal Membership of Jersey Heritage and you’ll need to bring your Membership fob with you on the day.

    Kempt Tower Carpark, Grande Route des Mielles, Wednesday 8 February 1pm to 4pm

    Taking in the tide and shore line, Kazz Padidar from Wild Adventures will lead JH Members on a foraging walk at St Ouen’s Bay, identifying edible plants, seaweeds and shellfish. Kazz will also track down some coastal plants as we go.

    Cooking on a beach fire, we will then prepare the foraged foods and learn about any healthy properties they may hold.

    Please be aware that we will be walking on the reef at low tide, which has uneven and slippery terrain. Adequate, waterproof footwear / wellies are required.

    £10 per person plus Eventbrite booking fee. Reserve your place here.

    Duration of coastal foraging: approx. 2.5 – 3 hours

    Difficulty: Moderate

    Meeting point: carpark directly opposite Kempt Tower, Grand Route des Mielles, St Ouens

    Start time: 1pm

    What to bring: Please wrap up warm and bring along waterproofs, wellies and any refreshments you may need.

  • WW2 Bunkers Tour
    2:00 pm-4:45 pm
    2023.02.08

    Join Jersey War Tours and visit WW2 bunkers, which are not usually open to the public.

    JWT will show you how Jersey was made into an impregnable fortress and help you appreciate what the Third Reich was able to create with slave labour.

    The tour is also a perfect complement to understanding the history of the D-Day invasion, which took place less than 30 miles away.

    £35pp or you can go private for £175 for up to 7 people (just select the “book entire tour option”).

  • Bunkers at Night Tour
    7:00 pm-9:00 pm
    2023.02.08-2023.04.30

    See Jersey’s military heritage in a new light and help to support a non-profit organisation!

    Evening tours of bunkers offer an unforgettable atmosphere when exploring.

    We will visit sites not open to the public and places not visited by any of the commercial tours. Become a temporary member of the team and see how Jersey was made into an impregnable fortress!

    £25pp or you can go private for £150 for up to 7 people (just select the “book entire tour option”).

    Evenings 19:00 – 21:45 (ish)

    Bookings are only accepted online – Book early to avoid disappointment.

  • More events
    • Trade Roots
      10:00 am-4:00 pm
      2023.02.08-2024.06.04

      This new exhibition at Jersey Museum examines the evidence of the Island’s involvement in the transatlantic slave trade, including Jersey’s Lieutenant-Governor Sir George Carteret who was a founder member of the Royal Africa Company that traded in ivory, gold and enslaved people in the 17th century; Captain François Messervy of Jersey who was killed in 1722 during an uprising on board his slave ship off the coast of Africa; and Jersey trader Josué Mauger who in 1752 advertised enslaved people for sale in Nova Scotia, Canada, where his business was based.

      The exhibition is in the Victorian House at Jersey Museum, with its impressive mahogany staircase, because new research has shown that the house was built partly on the profits of the transatlantic slave trade. ‘Trade Roots’ explores Jersey’s historic links to slavery, from Islanders who owned mahogany plantations overseas and traded in slave-produced goods, to those who campaigned for the abolition of slavery.

      Thought-provoking, and at times challenging, this exhibition exposes some uncomfortable new stories from Jersey’s past and examines the legacy and impact of transatlantic slavery on the Island’s community today.

      Images:

      1. The statue of Sir George Carteret was covered in red paint during the Black Lives Matter demonstrations of 2020.
      2. Jerseyman Joshua Mauger advertised enslaved people for sale in Nova Scotia in 1752.
      3. Enslaved labour was used to harvest mahogany for staircases and furniture in Jersey properties such as the Victorian House.

       

    • Mont Orgueil Castle Tour
      11:00 am-12:00 pm
      2023.02.08

      TOUR TIMES

      Tours last approx. 1 hour

      Mondays 11am

      Wednesdays 11am

      Thursdays 11am

      Fridays 11am

      Saturdays, please call ahead to confirm todays tour start time.

      Sundays 11am

      Our tours are free of charge (normal entry fee applies).

      Tours are subject to change, please call the Castle on +44 (0)1534 853 292 to confirm the site tour is going ahead.

    • Hamptonne Tour
      11:15 am-12:15 pm
      2023.02.08

      Tour times

      Tours last approx. 1 hour

      Wednesdays 11.15am (no tour on 15 November)

      Thursdays 11.15am

      Fridays from 18 November at 11.15am (no tour on 30 December)

      Our tours are free of charge (normal entry fee applies).

      Tours are subject to change, please call Hamptonne on +44 (0) 1534 863 955 to confirm the site tour is going ahead.

    • Coastal Foraging
      1:00 pm-4:00 pm
      2023.02.08

      We’ve created a series of exclusive events tailor made for our Members. To join an event you must have personal Membership of Jersey Heritage and you’ll need to bring your Membership fob with you on the day.

      Kempt Tower Carpark, Grande Route des Mielles, Wednesday 8 February 1pm to 4pm

      Taking in the tide and shore line, Kazz Padidar from Wild Adventures will lead JH Members on a foraging walk at St Ouen’s Bay, identifying edible plants, seaweeds and shellfish. Kazz will also track down some coastal plants as we go.

      Cooking on a beach fire, we will then prepare the foraged foods and learn about any healthy properties they may hold.

      Please be aware that we will be walking on the reef at low tide, which has uneven and slippery terrain. Adequate, waterproof footwear / wellies are required.

      £10 per person plus Eventbrite booking fee. Reserve your place here.

      Duration of coastal foraging: approx. 2.5 – 3 hours

      Difficulty: Moderate

      Meeting point: carpark directly opposite Kempt Tower, Grand Route des Mielles, St Ouens

      Start time: 1pm

      What to bring: Please wrap up warm and bring along waterproofs, wellies and any refreshments you may need.

    • WW2 Bunkers Tour
      2:00 pm-4:45 pm
      2023.02.08

      Join Jersey War Tours and visit WW2 bunkers, which are not usually open to the public.

      JWT will show you how Jersey was made into an impregnable fortress and help you appreciate what the Third Reich was able to create with slave labour.

      The tour is also a perfect complement to understanding the history of the D-Day invasion, which took place less than 30 miles away.

      £35pp or you can go private for £175 for up to 7 people (just select the “book entire tour option”).

    • Bunkers at Night Tour
      7:00 pm-9:00 pm
      2023.02.08-2023.04.30

      See Jersey’s military heritage in a new light and help to support a non-profit organisation!

      Evening tours of bunkers offer an unforgettable atmosphere when exploring.

      We will visit sites not open to the public and places not visited by any of the commercial tours. Become a temporary member of the team and see how Jersey was made into an impregnable fortress!

      £25pp or you can go private for £150 for up to 7 people (just select the “book entire tour option”).

      Evenings 19:00 – 21:45 (ish)

      Bookings are only accepted online – Book early to avoid disappointment.

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  • Trade Roots
    10:00 am-4:00 pm
    2023.02.09-2024.06.05

    This new exhibition at Jersey Museum examines the evidence of the Island’s involvement in the transatlantic slave trade, including Jersey’s Lieutenant-Governor Sir George Carteret who was a founder member of the Royal Africa Company that traded in ivory, gold and enslaved people in the 17th century; Captain François Messervy of Jersey who was killed in 1722 during an uprising on board his slave ship off the coast of Africa; and Jersey trader Josué Mauger who in 1752 advertised enslaved people for sale in Nova Scotia, Canada, where his business was based.

    The exhibition is in the Victorian House at Jersey Museum, with its impressive mahogany staircase, because new research has shown that the house was built partly on the profits of the transatlantic slave trade. ‘Trade Roots’ explores Jersey’s historic links to slavery, from Islanders who owned mahogany plantations overseas and traded in slave-produced goods, to those who campaigned for the abolition of slavery.

    Thought-provoking, and at times challenging, this exhibition exposes some uncomfortable new stories from Jersey’s past and examines the legacy and impact of transatlantic slavery on the Island’s community today.

    Images:

    1. The statue of Sir George Carteret was covered in red paint during the Black Lives Matter demonstrations of 2020.
    2. Jerseyman Joshua Mauger advertised enslaved people for sale in Nova Scotia in 1752.
    3. Enslaved labour was used to harvest mahogany for staircases and furniture in Jersey properties such as the Victorian House.

     

  • Mont Orgueil Castle Tour
    11:00 am-12:00 pm
    2023.02.09

    TOUR TIMES

    Tours last approx. 1 hour

    Mondays 11am

    Wednesdays 11am

    Thursdays 11am

    Fridays 11am

    Saturdays, please call ahead to confirm todays tour start time.

    Sundays 11am

    Our tours are free of charge (normal entry fee applies).

    Tours are subject to change, please call the Castle on +44 (0)1534 853 292 to confirm the site tour is going ahead.

  • Hamptonne Tour
    11:15 am-12:15 pm
    2023.02.09

    Tour times

    Tours last approx. 1 hour

    Wednesdays 11.15am (no tour on 15 November)

    Thursdays 11.15am

    Fridays from 18 November at 11.15am (no tour on 30 December)

    Our tours are free of charge (normal entry fee applies).

    Tours are subject to change, please call Hamptonne on +44 (0) 1534 863 955 to confirm the site tour is going ahead.

  • WW2 Bunkers Tour
    2:00 pm-4:45 pm
    2023.02.09

    Join Jersey War Tours and visit WW2 bunkers, which are not usually open to the public.

    JWT will show you how Jersey was made into an impregnable fortress and help you appreciate what the Third Reich was able to create with slave labour.

    The tour is also a perfect complement to understanding the history of the D-Day invasion, which took place less than 30 miles away.

    £35pp or you can go private for £175 for up to 7 people (just select the “book entire tour option”).

  • Bunkers at Night Tour
    7:00 pm-9:00 pm
    2023.02.09-2023.05.01

    See Jersey’s military heritage in a new light and help to support a non-profit organisation!

    Evening tours of bunkers offer an unforgettable atmosphere when exploring.

    We will visit sites not open to the public and places not visited by any of the commercial tours. Become a temporary member of the team and see how Jersey was made into an impregnable fortress!

    £25pp or you can go private for £150 for up to 7 people (just select the “book entire tour option”).

    Evenings 19:00 – 21:45 (ish)

    Bookings are only accepted online – Book early to avoid disappointment.

  • More events
    • Trade Roots
      10:00 am-4:00 pm
      2023.02.09-2024.06.05

      This new exhibition at Jersey Museum examines the evidence of the Island’s involvement in the transatlantic slave trade, including Jersey’s Lieutenant-Governor Sir George Carteret who was a founder member of the Royal Africa Company that traded in ivory, gold and enslaved people in the 17th century; Captain François Messervy of Jersey who was killed in 1722 during an uprising on board his slave ship off the coast of Africa; and Jersey trader Josué Mauger who in 1752 advertised enslaved people for sale in Nova Scotia, Canada, where his business was based.

      The exhibition is in the Victorian House at Jersey Museum, with its impressive mahogany staircase, because new research has shown that the house was built partly on the profits of the transatlantic slave trade. ‘Trade Roots’ explores Jersey’s historic links to slavery, from Islanders who owned mahogany plantations overseas and traded in slave-produced goods, to those who campaigned for the abolition of slavery.

      Thought-provoking, and at times challenging, this exhibition exposes some uncomfortable new stories from Jersey’s past and examines the legacy and impact of transatlantic slavery on the Island’s community today.

      Images:

      1. The statue of Sir George Carteret was covered in red paint during the Black Lives Matter demonstrations of 2020.
      2. Jerseyman Joshua Mauger advertised enslaved people for sale in Nova Scotia in 1752.
      3. Enslaved labour was used to harvest mahogany for staircases and furniture in Jersey properties such as the Victorian House.

       

    • Mont Orgueil Castle Tour
      11:00 am-12:00 pm
      2023.02.09

      TOUR TIMES

      Tours last approx. 1 hour

      Mondays 11am

      Wednesdays 11am

      Thursdays 11am

      Fridays 11am

      Saturdays, please call ahead to confirm todays tour start time.

      Sundays 11am

      Our tours are free of charge (normal entry fee applies).

      Tours are subject to change, please call the Castle on +44 (0)1534 853 292 to confirm the site tour is going ahead.

    • Hamptonne Tour
      11:15 am-12:15 pm
      2023.02.09

      Tour times

      Tours last approx. 1 hour

      Wednesdays 11.15am (no tour on 15 November)

      Thursdays 11.15am

      Fridays from 18 November at 11.15am (no tour on 30 December)

      Our tours are free of charge (normal entry fee applies).

      Tours are subject to change, please call Hamptonne on +44 (0) 1534 863 955 to confirm the site tour is going ahead.

    • WW2 Bunkers Tour
      2:00 pm-4:45 pm
      2023.02.09

      Join Jersey War Tours and visit WW2 bunkers, which are not usually open to the public.

      JWT will show you how Jersey was made into an impregnable fortress and help you appreciate what the Third Reich was able to create with slave labour.

      The tour is also a perfect complement to understanding the history of the D-Day invasion, which took place less than 30 miles away.

      £35pp or you can go private for £175 for up to 7 people (just select the “book entire tour option”).

    • Bunkers at Night Tour
      7:00 pm-9:00 pm
      2023.02.09-2023.05.01

      See Jersey’s military heritage in a new light and help to support a non-profit organisation!

      Evening tours of bunkers offer an unforgettable atmosphere when exploring.

      We will visit sites not open to the public and places not visited by any of the commercial tours. Become a temporary member of the team and see how Jersey was made into an impregnable fortress!

      £25pp or you can go private for £150 for up to 7 people (just select the “book entire tour option”).

      Evenings 19:00 – 21:45 (ish)

      Bookings are only accepted online – Book early to avoid disappointment.

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  • Trade Roots
    10:00 am-4:00 pm
    2023.02.10-2024.06.06

    This new exhibition at Jersey Museum examines the evidence of the Island’s involvement in the transatlantic slave trade, including Jersey’s Lieutenant-Governor Sir George Carteret who was a founder member of the Royal Africa Company that traded in ivory, gold and enslaved people in the 17th century; Captain François Messervy of Jersey who was killed in 1722 during an uprising on board his slave ship off the coast of Africa; and Jersey trader Josué Mauger who in 1752 advertised enslaved people for sale in Nova Scotia, Canada, where his business was based.

    The exhibition is in the Victorian House at Jersey Museum, with its impressive mahogany staircase, because new research has shown that the house was built partly on the profits of the transatlantic slave trade. ‘Trade Roots’ explores Jersey’s historic links to slavery, from Islanders who owned mahogany plantations overseas and traded in slave-produced goods, to those who campaigned for the abolition of slavery.

    Thought-provoking, and at times challenging, this exhibition exposes some uncomfortable new stories from Jersey’s past and examines the legacy and impact of transatlantic slavery on the Island’s community today.

    Images:

    1. The statue of Sir George Carteret was covered in red paint during the Black Lives Matter demonstrations of 2020.
    2. Jerseyman Joshua Mauger advertised enslaved people for sale in Nova Scotia in 1752.
    3. Enslaved labour was used to harvest mahogany for staircases and furniture in Jersey properties such as the Victorian House.

     

  • Mont Orgueil Castle Tour
    11:00 am-12:00 pm
    2023.02.10

    TOUR TIMES

    Tours last approx. 1 hour

    Mondays 11am

    Wednesdays 11am

    Thursdays 11am

    Fridays 11am

    Saturdays, please call ahead to confirm todays tour start time.

    Sundays 11am

    Our tours are free of charge (normal entry fee applies).

    Tours are subject to change, please call the Castle on +44 (0)1534 853 292 to confirm the site tour is going ahead.

  • Hamptonne Tour
    11:15 am-12:15 pm
    2023.02.10

    Tour times

    Tours last approx. 1 hour

    Wednesdays 11.15am (no tour on 15 November)

    Thursdays 11.15am

    Fridays from 18 November at 11.15am (no tour on 30 December)

    Our tours are free of charge (normal entry fee applies).

    Tours are subject to change, please call Hamptonne on +44 (0) 1534 863 955 to confirm the site tour is going ahead.

  • WW2 Bunkers Tour
    2:00 pm-4:45 pm
    2023.02.10

    Join Jersey War Tours and visit WW2 bunkers, which are not usually open to the public.

    JWT will show you how Jersey was made into an impregnable fortress and help you appreciate what the Third Reich was able to create with slave labour.

    The tour is also a perfect complement to understanding the history of the D-Day invasion, which took place less than 30 miles away.

    £35pp or you can go private for £175 for up to 7 people (just select the “book entire tour option”).

  • Bunkers at Night Tour
    7:00 pm-9:00 pm
    2023.02.10-2023.05.02

    See Jersey’s military heritage in a new light and help to support a non-profit organisation!

    Evening tours of bunkers offer an unforgettable atmosphere when exploring.

    We will visit sites not open to the public and places not visited by any of the commercial tours. Become a temporary member of the team and see how Jersey was made into an impregnable fortress!

    £25pp or you can go private for £150 for up to 7 people (just select the “book entire tour option”).

    Evenings 19:00 – 21:45 (ish)

    Bookings are only accepted online – Book early to avoid disappointment.

  • Brian White / Tim Horsfall Jazz Quintet – Friday Night Jazz!
    8:00 pm-10:30 pm
    2023.02.10-2023.12.22

    The Savoy Jersey, Roberto Jazz Bar

    8.00 – 10.30

    The Quintet comprises of the leading credible jazz musicians in Jersey and has become the cornerstone of Jazz in Jersey. The Band is in its 14 year of residency at the Savoy.

    Performing a selection of Blue Note Record favourites by the greatest Jazz musicians and composers, including Duke Pearson, Miles Davis, Herbie Hancock, Hank Mobley, Lee Morgan, Stanley Turrentine, and Freddie Hubbard.

    Piano – Tim Horsfall
    String Bass – Adam Marshall
    Drums – Chris Sparkes

    Tenor Saxophone – Dave Andre
    Trumpet – Brian White

    Free entry but don’t forget to make a reservation to avoid missing out on this unique experience, as space is limited.

    ☎️ 01534 727521

    📧 [email protected]

  • More events
    • Trade Roots
      10:00 am-4:00 pm
      2023.02.10-2024.06.06

      This new exhibition at Jersey Museum examines the evidence of the Island’s involvement in the transatlantic slave trade, including Jersey’s Lieutenant-Governor Sir George Carteret who was a founder member of the Royal Africa Company that traded in ivory, gold and enslaved people in the 17th century; Captain François Messervy of Jersey who was killed in 1722 during an uprising on board his slave ship off the coast of Africa; and Jersey trader Josué Mauger who in 1752 advertised enslaved people for sale in Nova Scotia, Canada, where his business was based.

      The exhibition is in the Victorian House at Jersey Museum, with its impressive mahogany staircase, because new research has shown that the house was built partly on the profits of the transatlantic slave trade. ‘Trade Roots’ explores Jersey’s historic links to slavery, from Islanders who owned mahogany plantations overseas and traded in slave-produced goods, to those who campaigned for the abolition of slavery.

      Thought-provoking, and at times challenging, this exhibition exposes some uncomfortable new stories from Jersey’s past and examines the legacy and impact of transatlantic slavery on the Island’s community today.

      Images:

      1. The statue of Sir George Carteret was covered in red paint during the Black Lives Matter demonstrations of 2020.
      2. Jerseyman Joshua Mauger advertised enslaved people for sale in Nova Scotia in 1752.
      3. Enslaved labour was used to harvest mahogany for staircases and furniture in Jersey properties such as the Victorian House.

       

    • Mont Orgueil Castle Tour
      11:00 am-12:00 pm
      2023.02.10

      TOUR TIMES

      Tours last approx. 1 hour

      Mondays 11am

      Wednesdays 11am

      Thursdays 11am

      Fridays 11am

      Saturdays, please call ahead to confirm todays tour start time.

      Sundays 11am

      Our tours are free of charge (normal entry fee applies).

      Tours are subject to change, please call the Castle on +44 (0)1534 853 292 to confirm the site tour is going ahead.

    • Hamptonne Tour
      11:15 am-12:15 pm
      2023.02.10

      Tour times

      Tours last approx. 1 hour

      Wednesdays 11.15am (no tour on 15 November)

      Thursdays 11.15am

      Fridays from 18 November at 11.15am (no tour on 30 December)

      Our tours are free of charge (normal entry fee applies).

      Tours are subject to change, please call Hamptonne on +44 (0) 1534 863 955 to confirm the site tour is going ahead.

    • WW2 Bunkers Tour
      2:00 pm-4:45 pm
      2023.02.10

      Join Jersey War Tours and visit WW2 bunkers, which are not usually open to the public.

      JWT will show you how Jersey was made into an impregnable fortress and help you appreciate what the Third Reich was able to create with slave labour.

      The tour is also a perfect complement to understanding the history of the D-Day invasion, which took place less than 30 miles away.

      £35pp or you can go private for £175 for up to 7 people (just select the “book entire tour option”).

    • Bunkers at Night Tour
      7:00 pm-9:00 pm
      2023.02.10-2023.05.02

      See Jersey’s military heritage in a new light and help to support a non-profit organisation!

      Evening tours of bunkers offer an unforgettable atmosphere when exploring.

      We will visit sites not open to the public and places not visited by any of the commercial tours. Become a temporary member of the team and see how Jersey was made into an impregnable fortress!

      £25pp or you can go private for £150 for up to 7 people (just select the “book entire tour option”).

      Evenings 19:00 – 21:45 (ish)

      Bookings are only accepted online – Book early to avoid disappointment.

    • Brian White / Tim Horsfall Jazz Quintet - Friday Night Jazz!
      8:00 pm-10:30 pm
      2023.02.10-2023.12.22

      The Savoy Jersey, Roberto Jazz Bar

      8.00 – 10.30

      The Quintet comprises of the leading credible jazz musicians in Jersey and has become the cornerstone of Jazz in Jersey. The Band is in its 14 year of residency at the Savoy.

      Performing a selection of Blue Note Record favourites by the greatest Jazz musicians and composers, including Duke Pearson, Miles Davis, Herbie Hancock, Hank Mobley, Lee Morgan, Stanley Turrentine, and Freddie Hubbard.

      Piano – Tim Horsfall
      String Bass – Adam Marshall
      Drums – Chris Sparkes

      Tenor Saxophone – Dave Andre
      Trumpet – Brian White

      Free entry but don’t forget to make a reservation to avoid missing out on this unique experience, as space is limited.

      ☎️ 01534 727521

      📧 [email protected]

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  • Glimmer Fusion Festival
    All day
    2023.02.11

    Glimmer Fusion Festival is a fantastic one day festival that blends Science and Arts in a way that all the family can enjoy! 

    ​It will feature the best of the best UK Science Acts, Magicians, and Performance Shows, as well as some of our finest local performers.

    Braniac Live (age 5+)

    Strap on your safety goggles boys and girls! Are you ready to see the most outrageous live science show with exploding dustbins, combusting microwaves, live daredevil stunts and all the experiments you‘re not allowed to do at home? Based on the popular TV show, come join the fearless Brainiacs!

    The Mighty Kids Beatbox Comedy Show (age 4+)

    Are you a kid? Do you like music, laughing and whack-a-doodle-noodle craziness? Grab your pet adult and join us! Award-winning comedian Jarred Christmas and world champion beatboxer Hobbit bring a brand-new show packed with interactive jokes, silly billyness, beatboxing and epic sounds!

    TROY the MAGICIAN (age 5+)

    Something for the grown ups as well… Perhaps most recognisable from his highly praised television series “Troy,” his command of illusion and spectacle has won hearts globally. Prepare to be dazzled by South London’s favourite Magician!

    Jungle Jane and Scratch (age 3+)

    Come and meet Jungle Jane as she shows you her exotic animal collection. She will take you on a big bug safari and a reptile safari in this educational and fun interactive show!

    The Jersey Showman: Cyberman Show (age 3+)

    An incredible showpiece that will leave the audience amazed! Combining state-of-the-art technology with interactive choreography, this act is next level!

    Workshops (age 3+)

    Arts and crafts, Dancing, Braniac workshop, Jersey showman

    Rascal Ravers- Kids Disco (all ages)

    Our local Jersey Dj will bring the party to the festival with something for everyone – young and, ahem, slightly older. Hit the dance floor as a family and enjoy some shapeshifting together!

    Interactive Activities for all the Family

    From interesting books in the Library corner, hula hooping and glitter for all, fun interactive games, soft-play for toddlers, and silent disco all through the day. There will surely be plenty for all the family to enjoy!

    Word on the street

    Come and enjoy this Lively and uplifting Brass Band sure to keep the winter blues away.

    The London Mariachi Band

    Traditional Mexican Band with a wide repertoire which spans popular music of Mexico and the whole Latin American Continent, as well as some classic songs in English with a Mexican twist.

    What will you see on the day…?

    Click HERE to book

    It`s Party Time!

  • Paws Agility Club Jersey – February 2023 Show
    8:30 am-4:00 pm
    2023.02.11-2023.02.12

    The Paws February Show will be held on Saturday 11th & Sunday 12th February at the Les Marais Indoor Riding Centre, St Peter with our judge being Lisa Perry.

    The schedule and entry form can be found on Agility Shows Online shortly.

    To enter go online to https://agilityshows.online.

    If you require hard copies, please contact either Nicky Stewart or Marcia Le Claire.

    We look forward to seeing you at the show!

  • St Ouens Craft Market
    9:00 am-4:00 pm
    2023.02.11

    Jsy Girl will be at St Ouens Craft Market, with perfumes, bath & body treats as well as home scents and the stunning wax melts.
    Help me raise funds for Family Nursing.
    Pop along & get your raffle tickets to be in with the chance of winning one of two stunning gift baskets – (the draw will be done at the end of the day)
    Pop along for treats and gifts, cakes & cookies, free entry, free parking.
  • The Smurfs Great Escape Jersey
    9:00 am-5:00 pm
    2023.02.11

    Looking for an exciting adventure with your family and friends? Save the Smurfs from the evil wizard Gargamel at this immersive new escape-room-style experience.
    On Saturday the 11th February, 2023, the streets of Jersey will be transforming into a unique outdoor scavenger hunt. Solve puzzles, complete challenges, and join hundreds of other teams as you race against the clock to save the Smurfs.
    Don’t miss this unforgettable family experience, book your team place today.
  • Trade Roots
    10:00 am-4:00 pm
    2023.02.11-2024.06.07

    This new exhibition at Jersey Museum examines the evidence of the Island’s involvement in the transatlantic slave trade, including Jersey’s Lieutenant-Governor Sir George Carteret who was a founder member of the Royal Africa Company that traded in ivory, gold and enslaved people in the 17th century; Captain François Messervy of Jersey who was killed in 1722 during an uprising on board his slave ship off the coast of Africa; and Jersey trader Josué Mauger who in 1752 advertised enslaved people for sale in Nova Scotia, Canada, where his business was based.

    The exhibition is in the Victorian House at Jersey Museum, with its impressive mahogany staircase, because new research has shown that the house was built partly on the profits of the transatlantic slave trade. ‘Trade Roots’ explores Jersey’s historic links to slavery, from Islanders who owned mahogany plantations overseas and traded in slave-produced goods, to those who campaigned for the abolition of slavery.

    Thought-provoking, and at times challenging, this exhibition exposes some uncomfortable new stories from Jersey’s past and examines the legacy and impact of transatlantic slavery on the Island’s community today.

    Images:

    1. The statue of Sir George Carteret was covered in red paint during the Black Lives Matter demonstrations of 2020.
    2. Jerseyman Joshua Mauger advertised enslaved people for sale in Nova Scotia in 1752.
    3. Enslaved labour was used to harvest mahogany for staircases and furniture in Jersey properties such as the Victorian House.

     

  • Mont Orgueil Castle Tour
    11:00 am-12:00 pm
    2023.02.11

    TOUR TIMES

    Tours last approx. 1 hour

    Mondays 11am

    Wednesdays 11am

    Thursdays 11am

    Fridays 11am

    Saturdays, please call ahead to confirm todays tour start time.

    Sundays 11am

    Our tours are free of charge (normal entry fee applies).

    Tours are subject to change, please call the Castle on +44 (0)1534 853 292 to confirm the site tour is going ahead.

  • WW2 Bunkers Tour
    2:00 pm-4:45 pm
    2023.02.11

    Join Jersey War Tours and visit WW2 bunkers, which are not usually open to the public.

    JWT will show you how Jersey was made into an impregnable fortress and help you appreciate what the Third Reich was able to create with slave labour.

    The tour is also a perfect complement to understanding the history of the D-Day invasion, which took place less than 30 miles away.

    £35pp or you can go private for £175 for up to 7 people (just select the “book entire tour option”).

  • Bunkers at Night Tour
    7:00 pm-9:00 pm
    2023.02.11-2023.05.03

    See Jersey’s military heritage in a new light and help to support a non-profit organisation!

    Evening tours of bunkers offer an unforgettable atmosphere when exploring.

    We will visit sites not open to the public and places not visited by any of the commercial tours. Become a temporary member of the team and see how Jersey was made into an impregnable fortress!

    £25pp or you can go private for £150 for up to 7 people (just select the “book entire tour option”).

    Evenings 19:00 – 21:45 (ish)

    Bookings are only accepted online – Book early to avoid disappointment.

  • JASTO Concert
    7:30 pm-10:00 pm
    2023.02.11

    Students, staff, family and friends of the Jersey Academy of Music once again present a fantastic orchestral programme featuring requests from our senior students.
    After a rip-roaring debut performance last year, JASTO returns in 2023 to offer such diverse repertoire as:
    Bizet’s Carmen Suite
    West Side Story – with dancers from JLPA
    Lala Land
    Hoedown from Rodeo (Copland)
    Eden in our Hands from the Durrell Suite by Derek Lawrence
  • Parish 13 Live at the Horse & Hound
    8:30 pm-10:30 pm
    2023.02.11

    Parish 13 are heading out West to the Horse and Hound on Saturday the 11th of February! Looking forward to airing a few new numbers!

  • More events
    • Glimmer Fusion Festival
      All day
      2023.02.11

      Glimmer Fusion Festival is a fantastic one day festival that blends Science and Arts in a way that all the family can enjoy! 

      ​It will feature the best of the best UK Science Acts, Magicians, and Performance Shows, as well as some of our finest local performers.

      Braniac Live (age 5+)

      Strap on your safety goggles boys and girls! Are you ready to see the most outrageous live science show with exploding dustbins, combusting microwaves, live daredevil stunts and all the experiments you‘re not allowed to do at home? Based on the popular TV show, come join the fearless Brainiacs!

      The Mighty Kids Beatbox Comedy Show (age 4+)

      Are you a kid? Do you like music, laughing and whack-a-doodle-noodle craziness? Grab your pet adult and join us! Award-winning comedian Jarred Christmas and world champion beatboxer Hobbit bring a brand-new show packed with interactive jokes, silly billyness, beatboxing and epic sounds!

      TROY the MAGICIAN (age 5+)

      Something for the grown ups as well… Perhaps most recognisable from his highly praised television series “Troy,” his command of illusion and spectacle has won hearts globally. Prepare to be dazzled by South London’s favourite Magician!

      Jungle Jane and Scratch (age 3+)

      Come and meet Jungle Jane as she shows you her exotic animal collection. She will take you on a big bug safari and a reptile safari in this educational and fun interactive show!

      The Jersey Showman: Cyberman Show (age 3+)

      An incredible showpiece that will leave the audience amazed! Combining state-of-the-art technology with interactive choreography, this act is next level!

      Workshops (age 3+)

      Arts and crafts, Dancing, Braniac workshop, Jersey showman

      Rascal Ravers- Kids Disco (all ages)

      Our local Jersey Dj will bring the party to the festival with something for everyone – young and, ahem, slightly older. Hit the dance floor as a family and enjoy some shapeshifting together!

      Interactive Activities for all the Family

      From interesting books in the Library corner, hula hooping and glitter for all, fun interactive games, soft-play for toddlers, and silent disco all through the day. There will surely be plenty for all the family to enjoy!

      Word on the street

      Come and enjoy this Lively and uplifting Brass Band sure to keep the winter blues away.

      The London Mariachi Band

      Traditional Mexican Band with a wide repertoire which spans popular music of Mexico and the whole Latin American Continent, as well as some classic songs in English with a Mexican twist.

      What will you see on the day…?

      Click HERE to book

      It`s Party Time!

    • Paws Agility Club Jersey - February 2023 Show
      8:30 am-4:00 pm
      2023.02.11-2023.02.12

      The Paws February Show will be held on Saturday 11th & Sunday 12th February at the Les Marais Indoor Riding Centre, St Peter with our judge being Lisa Perry.

      The schedule and entry form can be found on Agility Shows Online shortly.

      To enter go online to https://agilityshows.online.

      If you require hard copies, please contact either Nicky Stewart or Marcia Le Claire.

      We look forward to seeing you at the show!

    • St Ouens Craft Market
      9:00 am-4:00 pm
      2023.02.11
      Jsy Girl will be at St Ouens Craft Market, with perfumes, bath & body treats as well as home scents and the stunning wax melts.
      Help me raise funds for Family Nursing.
      Pop along & get your raffle tickets to be in with the chance of winning one of two stunning gift baskets – (the draw will be done at the end of the day)
      Pop along for treats and gifts, cakes & cookies, free entry, free parking.
    • The Smurfs Great Escape Jersey
      9:00 am-5:00 pm
      2023.02.11
      Looking for an exciting adventure with your family and friends? Save the Smurfs from the evil wizard Gargamel at this immersive new escape-room-style experience.
      On Saturday the 11th February, 2023, the streets of Jersey will be transforming into a unique outdoor scavenger hunt. Solve puzzles, complete challenges, and join hundreds of other teams as you race against the clock to save the Smurfs.
      Don’t miss this unforgettable family experience, book your team place today.
    • Trade Roots
      10:00 am-4:00 pm
      2023.02.11-2024.06.07

      This new exhibition at Jersey Museum examines the evidence of the Island’s involvement in the transatlantic slave trade, including Jersey’s Lieutenant-Governor Sir George Carteret who was a founder member of the Royal Africa Company that traded in ivory, gold and enslaved people in the 17th century; Captain François Messervy of Jersey who was killed in 1722 during an uprising on board his slave ship off the coast of Africa; and Jersey trader Josué Mauger who in 1752 advertised enslaved people for sale in Nova Scotia, Canada, where his business was based.

      The exhibition is in the Victorian House at Jersey Museum, with its impressive mahogany staircase, because new research has shown that the house was built partly on the profits of the transatlantic slave trade. ‘Trade Roots’ explores Jersey’s historic links to slavery, from Islanders who owned mahogany plantations overseas and traded in slave-produced goods, to those who campaigned for the abolition of slavery.

      Thought-provoking, and at times challenging, this exhibition exposes some uncomfortable new stories from Jersey’s past and examines the legacy and impact of transatlantic slavery on the Island’s community today.

      Images:

      1. The statue of Sir George Carteret was covered in red paint during the Black Lives Matter demonstrations of 2020.
      2. Jerseyman Joshua Mauger advertised enslaved people for sale in Nova Scotia in 1752.
      3. Enslaved labour was used to harvest mahogany for staircases and furniture in Jersey properties such as the Victorian House.

       

    • Mont Orgueil Castle Tour
      11:00 am-12:00 pm
      2023.02.11

      TOUR TIMES

      Tours last approx. 1 hour

      Mondays 11am

      Wednesdays 11am

      Thursdays 11am

      Fridays 11am

      Saturdays, please call ahead to confirm todays tour start time.

      Sundays 11am

      Our tours are free of charge (normal entry fee applies).

      Tours are subject to change, please call the Castle on +44 (0)1534 853 292 to confirm the site tour is going ahead.

    • WW2 Bunkers Tour
      2:00 pm-4:45 pm
      2023.02.11

      Join Jersey War Tours and visit WW2 bunkers, which are not usually open to the public.

      JWT will show you how Jersey was made into an impregnable fortress and help you appreciate what the Third Reich was able to create with slave labour.

      The tour is also a perfect complement to understanding the history of the D-Day invasion, which took place less than 30 miles away.

      £35pp or you can go private for £175 for up to 7 people (just select the “book entire tour option”).

    • Bunkers at Night Tour
      7:00 pm-9:00 pm
      2023.02.11-2023.05.03

      See Jersey’s military heritage in a new light and help to support a non-profit organisation!

      Evening tours of bunkers offer an unforgettable atmosphere when exploring.

      We will visit sites not open to the public and places not visited by any of the commercial tours. Become a temporary member of the team and see how Jersey was made into an impregnable fortress!

      £25pp or you can go private for £150 for up to 7 people (just select the “book entire tour option”).

      Evenings 19:00 – 21:45 (ish)

      Bookings are only accepted online – Book early to avoid disappointment.

    • JASTO Concert
      7:30 pm-10:00 pm
      2023.02.11
      Students, staff, family and friends of the Jersey Academy of Music once again present a fantastic orchestral programme featuring requests from our senior students.
      After a rip-roaring debut performance last year, JASTO returns in 2023 to offer such diverse repertoire as:
      Bizet’s Carmen Suite
      West Side Story – with dancers from JLPA
      Lala Land
      Hoedown from Rodeo (Copland)
      Eden in our Hands from the Durrell Suite by Derek Lawrence
    • Parish 13 Live at the Horse & Hound
      8:30 pm-10:30 pm
      2023.02.11

      Parish 13 are heading out West to the Horse and Hound on Saturday the 11th of February! Looking forward to airing a few new numbers!

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  • Weapons of World War Two Exhibition
    9:30 am-4:30 pm
    2023.02.12

    The Tower is a British 1770’s Defence Tower modified during the Second World War to become a German Anti-Aircraft Bunker.
    It is now used for Pop-Up Exhibitions covering the island’s military history.
    This winter we are going to feature the “Weapons of World War Two Exhibition” with a focus on the Occupation of the Channel Islands.
    The Collection on display will be able to be handled and includes over 30 various types of German and Allied weapons.
    This is a small Exhibition and all funds raised will be invested back into the maintenance of the Tower and other WW2 Projects.
    Due to the size of the bunker, we are limited to small groups so please book online to avoid disappointment.
    Bookings must be made online here: https://bookeo.com/jerseywartours…
  • Trade Roots
    10:00 am-4:00 pm
    2023.02.12-2024.06.08

    This new exhibition at Jersey Museum examines the evidence of the Island’s involvement in the transatlantic slave trade, including Jersey’s Lieutenant-Governor Sir George Carteret who was a founder member of the Royal Africa Company that traded in ivory, gold and enslaved people in the 17th century; Captain François Messervy of Jersey who was killed in 1722 during an uprising on board his slave ship off the coast of Africa; and Jersey trader Josué Mauger who in 1752 advertised enslaved people for sale in Nova Scotia, Canada, where his business was based.

    The exhibition is in the Victorian House at Jersey Museum, with its impressive mahogany staircase, because new research has shown that the house was built partly on the profits of the transatlantic slave trade. ‘Trade Roots’ explores Jersey’s historic links to slavery, from Islanders who owned mahogany plantations overseas and traded in slave-produced goods, to those who campaigned for the abolition of slavery.

    Thought-provoking, and at times challenging, this exhibition exposes some uncomfortable new stories from Jersey’s past and examines the legacy and impact of transatlantic slavery on the Island’s community today.

    Images:

    1. The statue of Sir George Carteret was covered in red paint during the Black Lives Matter demonstrations of 2020.
    2. Jerseyman Joshua Mauger advertised enslaved people for sale in Nova Scotia in 1752.
    3. Enslaved labour was used to harvest mahogany for staircases and furniture in Jersey properties such as the Victorian House.

     

  • Mont Orgueil Castle Tour
    11:00 am-12:00 pm
    2023.02.12

    TOUR TIMES

    Tours last approx. 1 hour

    Mondays 11am

    Wednesdays 11am

    Thursdays 11am

    Fridays 11am

    Saturdays, please call ahead to confirm todays tour start time.

    Sundays 11am

    Our tours are free of charge (normal entry fee applies).

    Tours are subject to change, please call the Castle on +44 (0)1534 853 292 to confirm the site tour is going ahead.

  • Dreaming Trees
    6:00 pm-9:00 pm
    2023.02.12

    From the 12th – 19th Feb Howard Davis Park will be transformed using light and sound, every evening from 6-9pm, to create Jersey’s first park illuminations event.
    Explore the illuminated park and learn more about Jersey’s fantastic trees and the exciting scientific research that shows how trees communicate and share resources across a ‘wood wide web’.
    As well as the illuminations, a bespoke soundscape has been developed for Dreaming Trees by sound artist and film score composer Tony Langlois.
    The event is sponsored by Rathbone
    Share your photos #dreamingtrees
    For further information, visit: gov.je/dreamingtrees
  • More events
    • Weapons of World War Two Exhibition
      9:30 am-4:30 pm
      2023.02.12
      The Tower is a British 1770’s Defence Tower modified during the Second World War to become a German Anti-Aircraft Bunker.
      It is now used for Pop-Up Exhibitions covering the island’s military history.
      This winter we are going to feature the “Weapons of World War Two Exhibition” with a focus on the Occupation of the Channel Islands.
      The Collection on display will be able to be handled and includes over 30 various types of German and Allied weapons.
      This is a small Exhibition and all funds raised will be invested back into the maintenance of the Tower and other WW2 Projects.
      Due to the size of the bunker, we are limited to small groups so please book online to avoid disappointment.
      Bookings must be made online here: https://bookeo.com/jerseywartours…
    • Trade Roots
      10:00 am-4:00 pm
      2023.02.12-2024.06.08

      This new exhibition at Jersey Museum examines the evidence of the Island’s involvement in the transatlantic slave trade, including Jersey’s Lieutenant-Governor Sir George Carteret who was a founder member of the Royal Africa Company that traded in ivory, gold and enslaved people in the 17th century; Captain François Messervy of Jersey who was killed in 1722 during an uprising on board his slave ship off the coast of Africa; and Jersey trader Josué Mauger who in 1752 advertised enslaved people for sale in Nova Scotia, Canada, where his business was based.

      The exhibition is in the Victorian House at Jersey Museum, with its impressive mahogany staircase, because new research has shown that the house was built partly on the profits of the transatlantic slave trade. ‘Trade Roots’ explores Jersey’s historic links to slavery, from Islanders who owned mahogany plantations overseas and traded in slave-produced goods, to those who campaigned for the abolition of slavery.

      Thought-provoking, and at times challenging, this exhibition exposes some uncomfortable new stories from Jersey’s past and examines the legacy and impact of transatlantic slavery on the Island’s community today.

      Images:

      1. The statue of Sir George Carteret was covered in red paint during the Black Lives Matter demonstrations of 2020.
      2. Jerseyman Joshua Mauger advertised enslaved people for sale in Nova Scotia in 1752.
      3. Enslaved labour was used to harvest mahogany for staircases and furniture in Jersey properties such as the Victorian House.

       

    • Mont Orgueil Castle Tour
      11:00 am-12:00 pm
      2023.02.12

      TOUR TIMES

      Tours last approx. 1 hour

      Mondays 11am

      Wednesdays 11am

      Thursdays 11am

      Fridays 11am

      Saturdays, please call ahead to confirm todays tour start time.

      Sundays 11am

      Our tours are free of charge (normal entry fee applies).

      Tours are subject to change, please call the Castle on +44 (0)1534 853 292 to confirm the site tour is going ahead.

    • Dreaming Trees
      6:00 pm-9:00 pm
      2023.02.12
      From the 12th – 19th Feb Howard Davis Park will be transformed using light and sound, every evening from 6-9pm, to create Jersey’s first park illuminations event.
      Explore the illuminated park and learn more about Jersey’s fantastic trees and the exciting scientific research that shows how trees communicate and share resources across a ‘wood wide web’.
      As well as the illuminations, a bespoke soundscape has been developed for Dreaming Trees by sound artist and film score composer Tony Langlois.
      The event is sponsored by Rathbone
      Share your photos #dreamingtrees
      For further information, visit: gov.je/dreamingtrees
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  • Vikings
    10:00 am-4:00 pm
    2023.02.13

    Vikings will be invading the Maritime Museum over February half term for a week of action-packed fun.

    Open Monday to Friday, 10am to 4pm

    Jersey Heritage Members go free of charge.

    Normal entry fee for non-Members

    Sponsored by Ogier.

  • Trade Roots
    10:00 am-4:00 pm
    2023.02.13-2024.06.09

    This new exhibition at Jersey Museum examines the evidence of the Island’s involvement in the transatlantic slave trade, including Jersey’s Lieutenant-Governor Sir George Carteret who was a founder member of the Royal Africa Company that traded in ivory, gold and enslaved people in the 17th century; Captain François Messervy of Jersey who was killed in 1722 during an uprising on board his slave ship off the coast of Africa; and Jersey trader Josué Mauger who in 1752 advertised enslaved people for sale in Nova Scotia, Canada, where his business was based.

    The exhibition is in the Victorian House at Jersey Museum, with its impressive mahogany staircase, because new research has shown that the house was built partly on the profits of the transatlantic slave trade. ‘Trade Roots’ explores Jersey’s historic links to slavery, from Islanders who owned mahogany plantations overseas and traded in slave-produced goods, to those who campaigned for the abolition of slavery.

    Thought-provoking, and at times challenging, this exhibition exposes some uncomfortable new stories from Jersey’s past and examines the legacy and impact of transatlantic slavery on the Island’s community today.

    Images:

    1. The statue of Sir George Carteret was covered in red paint during the Black Lives Matter demonstrations of 2020.
    2. Jerseyman Joshua Mauger advertised enslaved people for sale in Nova Scotia in 1752.
    3. Enslaved labour was used to harvest mahogany for staircases and furniture in Jersey properties such as the Victorian House.

     

  • Mont Orgueil Castle Tour
    11:00 am-12:00 pm
    2023.02.13

    TOUR TIMES

    Tours last approx. 1 hour

    Mondays 11am

    Wednesdays 11am

    Thursdays 11am

    Fridays 11am

    Saturdays, please call ahead to confirm todays tour start time.

    Sundays 11am

    Our tours are free of charge (normal entry fee applies).

    Tours are subject to change, please call the Castle on +44 (0)1534 853 292 to confirm the site tour is going ahead.

  • WW2 Bunkers Tour
    2:00 pm-4:45 pm
    2023.02.13

    Join Jersey War Tours and visit WW2 bunkers, which are not usually open to the public.

    JWT will show you how Jersey was made into an impregnable fortress and help you appreciate what the Third Reich was able to create with slave labour.

    The tour is also a perfect complement to understanding the history of the D-Day invasion, which took place less than 30 miles away.

    £35pp or you can go private for £175 for up to 7 people (just select the “book entire tour option”).

  • Dreaming Trees
    6:00 pm-9:00 pm
    2023.02.13

    From the 12th – 19th Feb Howard Davis Park will be transformed using light and sound, every evening from 6-9pm, to create Jersey’s first park illuminations event.
    Explore the illuminated park and learn more about Jersey’s fantastic trees and the exciting scientific research that shows how trees communicate and share resources across a ‘wood wide web’.
    As well as the illuminations, a bespoke soundscape has been developed for Dreaming Trees by sound artist and film score composer Tony Langlois.
    The event is sponsored by Rathbone
    Share your photos #dreamingtrees
    For further information, visit: gov.je/dreamingtrees
  • Bunkers at Night Tour
    7:00 pm-9:00 pm
    2023.02.13-2023.05.05

    See Jersey’s military heritage in a new light and help to support a non-profit organisation!

    Evening tours of bunkers offer an unforgettable atmosphere when exploring.

    We will visit sites not open to the public and places not visited by any of the commercial tours. Become a temporary member of the team and see how Jersey was made into an impregnable fortress!

    £25pp or you can go private for £150 for up to 7 people (just select the “book entire tour option”).

    Evenings 19:00 – 21:45 (ish)

    Bookings are only accepted online – Book early to avoid disappointment.

  • More events
    • Vikings
      10:00 am-4:00 pm
      2023.02.13

      Vikings will be invading the Maritime Museum over February half term for a week of action-packed fun.

      Open Monday to Friday, 10am to 4pm

      Jersey Heritage Members go free of charge.

      Normal entry fee for non-Members

      Sponsored by Ogier.

    • Trade Roots
      10:00 am-4:00 pm
      2023.02.13-2024.06.09

      This new exhibition at Jersey Museum examines the evidence of the Island’s involvement in the transatlantic slave trade, including Jersey’s Lieutenant-Governor Sir George Carteret who was a founder member of the Royal Africa Company that traded in ivory, gold and enslaved people in the 17th century; Captain François Messervy of Jersey who was killed in 1722 during an uprising on board his slave ship off the coast of Africa; and Jersey trader Josué Mauger who in 1752 advertised enslaved people for sale in Nova Scotia, Canada, where his business was based.

      The exhibition is in the Victorian House at Jersey Museum, with its impressive mahogany staircase, because new research has shown that the house was built partly on the profits of the transatlantic slave trade. ‘Trade Roots’ explores Jersey’s historic links to slavery, from Islanders who owned mahogany plantations overseas and traded in slave-produced goods, to those who campaigned for the abolition of slavery.

      Thought-provoking, and at times challenging, this exhibition exposes some uncomfortable new stories from Jersey’s past and examines the legacy and impact of transatlantic slavery on the Island’s community today.

      Images:

      1. The statue of Sir George Carteret was covered in red paint during the Black Lives Matter demonstrations of 2020.
      2. Jerseyman Joshua Mauger advertised enslaved people for sale in Nova Scotia in 1752.
      3. Enslaved labour was used to harvest mahogany for staircases and furniture in Jersey properties such as the Victorian House.

       

    • Mont Orgueil Castle Tour
      11:00 am-12:00 pm
      2023.02.13

      TOUR TIMES

      Tours last approx. 1 hour

      Mondays 11am

      Wednesdays 11am

      Thursdays 11am

      Fridays 11am

      Saturdays, please call ahead to confirm todays tour start time.

      Sundays 11am

      Our tours are free of charge (normal entry fee applies).

      Tours are subject to change, please call the Castle on +44 (0)1534 853 292 to confirm the site tour is going ahead.

    • WW2 Bunkers Tour
      2:00 pm-4:45 pm
      2023.02.13

      Join Jersey War Tours and visit WW2 bunkers, which are not usually open to the public.

      JWT will show you how Jersey was made into an impregnable fortress and help you appreciate what the Third Reich was able to create with slave labour.

      The tour is also a perfect complement to understanding the history of the D-Day invasion, which took place less than 30 miles away.

      £35pp or you can go private for £175 for up to 7 people (just select the “book entire tour option”).

    • Dreaming Trees
      6:00 pm-9:00 pm
      2023.02.13
      From the 12th – 19th Feb Howard Davis Park will be transformed using light and sound, every evening from 6-9pm, to create Jersey’s first park illuminations event.
      Explore the illuminated park and learn more about Jersey’s fantastic trees and the exciting scientific research that shows how trees communicate and share resources across a ‘wood wide web’.
      As well as the illuminations, a bespoke soundscape has been developed for Dreaming Trees by sound artist and film score composer Tony Langlois.
      The event is sponsored by Rathbone
      Share your photos #dreamingtrees
      For further information, visit: gov.je/dreamingtrees
    • Bunkers at Night Tour
      7:00 pm-9:00 pm
      2023.02.13-2023.05.05

      See Jersey’s military heritage in a new light and help to support a non-profit organisation!

      Evening tours of bunkers offer an unforgettable atmosphere when exploring.

      We will visit sites not open to the public and places not visited by any of the commercial tours. Become a temporary member of the team and see how Jersey was made into an impregnable fortress!

      £25pp or you can go private for £150 for up to 7 people (just select the “book entire tour option”).

      Evenings 19:00 – 21:45 (ish)

      Bookings are only accepted online – Book early to avoid disappointment.

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  • Carpentry Skills Camps for student in Year 7 or 8
    9:30 am-3:00 pm
    2023.02.14

    A one day holiday programme for students to gain practical skills and learn about a variety of tasks within the carpentry trade.
    Students will spend one day at Highlands College learning about carpentry and working on a project such as building a bird box.
    The students will be inspired with activities and tasks in a fun and motivating environment. They will leave with a strong understanding of carpentry and some news skills to put into practice!
    The programs aims to teach and inspire the students who may one day want to pursue the trade as a career
  • Vikings
    10:00 am-4:00 pm
    2023.02.14

    Vikings will be invading the Maritime Museum over February half term for a week of action-packed fun.

    Open Monday to Friday, 10am to 4pm

    Jersey Heritage Members go free of charge.

    Normal entry fee for non-Members

    Sponsored by Ogier.

  • Trade Roots
    10:00 am-4:00 pm
    2023.02.14-2024.06.10

    This new exhibition at Jersey Museum examines the evidence of the Island’s involvement in the transatlantic slave trade, including Jersey’s Lieutenant-Governor Sir George Carteret who was a founder member of the Royal Africa Company that traded in ivory, gold and enslaved people in the 17th century; Captain François Messervy of Jersey who was killed in 1722 during an uprising on board his slave ship off the coast of Africa; and Jersey trader Josué Mauger who in 1752 advertised enslaved people for sale in Nova Scotia, Canada, where his business was based.

    The exhibition is in the Victorian House at Jersey Museum, with its impressive mahogany staircase, because new research has shown that the house was built partly on the profits of the transatlantic slave trade. ‘Trade Roots’ explores Jersey’s historic links to slavery, from Islanders who owned mahogany plantations overseas and traded in slave-produced goods, to those who campaigned for the abolition of slavery.

    Thought-provoking, and at times challenging, this exhibition exposes some uncomfortable new stories from Jersey’s past and examines the legacy and impact of transatlantic slavery on the Island’s community today.

    Images:

    1. The statue of Sir George Carteret was covered in red paint during the Black Lives Matter demonstrations of 2020.
    2. Jerseyman Joshua Mauger advertised enslaved people for sale in Nova Scotia in 1752.
    3. Enslaved labour was used to harvest mahogany for staircases and furniture in Jersey properties such as the Victorian House.

     

  • WW2 Bunkers Tour
    2:00 pm-4:45 pm
    2023.02.14

    Join Jersey War Tours and visit WW2 bunkers, which are not usually open to the public.

    JWT will show you how Jersey was made into an impregnable fortress and help you appreciate what the Third Reich was able to create with slave labour.

    The tour is also a perfect complement to understanding the history of the D-Day invasion, which took place less than 30 miles away.

    £35pp or you can go private for £175 for up to 7 people (just select the “book entire tour option”).

  • Dreaming Trees
    6:00 pm-9:00 pm
    2023.02.14

    From the 12th – 19th Feb Howard Davis Park will be transformed using light and sound, every evening from 6-9pm, to create Jersey’s first park illuminations event.
    Explore the illuminated park and learn more about Jersey’s fantastic trees and the exciting scientific research that shows how trees communicate and share resources across a ‘wood wide web’.
    As well as the illuminations, a bespoke soundscape has been developed for Dreaming Trees by sound artist and film score composer Tony Langlois.
    The event is sponsored by Rathbone
    Share your photos #dreamingtrees
    For further information, visit: gov.je/dreamingtrees
  • “That’s Amore! Valentines Tea Dance with Michael Lee
    7:00 pm-9:00 pm
    2023.02.14

    Make this Valentines Day extra special for your loved one with Michael Lee Tea Dance at St. Helier Town Hall (Assembly room)

    The evening includes :

    • Live songs sung in the style of Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin, Bobby Darin, Andy Williams and many many more from lovely Swing, Rock’n’Roll and Jazz
    • Afternoon Tea buffet

    Glass of Bubbly on arrival & special Gift for the best dancer!

    Tickets are limited! Don’t miss out!!! ” – Book HERE

    https://www.vibrantjersey.je/destination/musicians/michael-lee-music/

  • Bunkers at Night Tour
    7:00 pm-9:00 pm
    2023.02.14-2023.05.06

    See Jersey’s military heritage in a new light and help to support a non-profit organisation!

    Evening tours of bunkers offer an unforgettable atmosphere when exploring.

    We will visit sites not open to the public and places not visited by any of the commercial tours. Become a temporary member of the team and see how Jersey was made into an impregnable fortress!

    £25pp or you can go private for £150 for up to 7 people (just select the “book entire tour option”).

    Evenings 19:00 – 21:45 (ish)

    Bookings are only accepted online – Book early to avoid disappointment.

  • More events
    • Carpentry Skills Camps for student in Year 7 or 8
      9:30 am-3:00 pm
      2023.02.14
      A one day holiday programme for students to gain practical skills and learn about a variety of tasks within the carpentry trade.
      Students will spend one day at Highlands College learning about carpentry and working on a project such as building a bird box.
      The students will be inspired with activities and tasks in a fun and motivating environment. They will leave with a strong understanding of carpentry and some news skills to put into practice!
      The programs aims to teach and inspire the students who may one day want to pursue the trade as a career
    • Vikings
      10:00 am-4:00 pm
      2023.02.14

      Vikings will be invading the Maritime Museum over February half term for a week of action-packed fun.

      Open Monday to Friday, 10am to 4pm

      Jersey Heritage Members go free of charge.

      Normal entry fee for non-Members

      Sponsored by Ogier.

    • Trade Roots
      10:00 am-4:00 pm
      2023.02.14-2024.06.10

      This new exhibition at Jersey Museum examines the evidence of the Island’s involvement in the transatlantic slave trade, including Jersey’s Lieutenant-Governor Sir George Carteret who was a founder member of the Royal Africa Company that traded in ivory, gold and enslaved people in the 17th century; Captain François Messervy of Jersey who was killed in 1722 during an uprising on board his slave ship off the coast of Africa; and Jersey trader Josué Mauger who in 1752 advertised enslaved people for sale in Nova Scotia, Canada, where his business was based.

      The exhibition is in the Victorian House at Jersey Museum, with its impressive mahogany staircase, because new research has shown that the house was built partly on the profits of the transatlantic slave trade. ‘Trade Roots’ explores Jersey’s historic links to slavery, from Islanders who owned mahogany plantations overseas and traded in slave-produced goods, to those who campaigned for the abolition of slavery.

      Thought-provoking, and at times challenging, this exhibition exposes some uncomfortable new stories from Jersey’s past and examines the legacy and impact of transatlantic slavery on the Island’s community today.

      Images:

      1. The statue of Sir George Carteret was covered in red paint during the Black Lives Matter demonstrations of 2020.
      2. Jerseyman Joshua Mauger advertised enslaved people for sale in Nova Scotia in 1752.
      3. Enslaved labour was used to harvest mahogany for staircases and furniture in Jersey properties such as the Victorian House.

       

    • WW2 Bunkers Tour
      2:00 pm-4:45 pm
      2023.02.14

      Join Jersey War Tours and visit WW2 bunkers, which are not usually open to the public.

      JWT will show you how Jersey was made into an impregnable fortress and help you appreciate what the Third Reich was able to create with slave labour.

      The tour is also a perfect complement to understanding the history of the D-Day invasion, which took place less than 30 miles away.

      £35pp or you can go private for £175 for up to 7 people (just select the “book entire tour option”).

    • Dreaming Trees
      6:00 pm-9:00 pm
      2023.02.14
      From the 12th – 19th Feb Howard Davis Park will be transformed using light and sound, every evening from 6-9pm, to create Jersey’s first park illuminations event.
      Explore the illuminated park and learn more about Jersey’s fantastic trees and the exciting scientific research that shows how trees communicate and share resources across a ‘wood wide web’.
      As well as the illuminations, a bespoke soundscape has been developed for Dreaming Trees by sound artist and film score composer Tony Langlois.
      The event is sponsored by Rathbone
      Share your photos #dreamingtrees
      For further information, visit: gov.je/dreamingtrees
    • "That's Amore! Valentines Tea Dance with Michael Lee
      7:00 pm-9:00 pm
      2023.02.14

      Make this Valentines Day extra special for your loved one with Michael Lee Tea Dance at St. Helier Town Hall (Assembly room)

      The evening includes :

      • Live songs sung in the style of Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin, Bobby Darin, Andy Williams and many many more from lovely Swing, Rock’n’Roll and Jazz
      • Afternoon Tea buffet

      Glass of Bubbly on arrival & special Gift for the best dancer!

      Tickets are limited! Don’t miss out!!! ” – Book HERE

      https://www.vibrantjersey.je/destination/musicians/michael-lee-music/

    • Bunkers at Night Tour
      7:00 pm-9:00 pm
      2023.02.14-2023.05.06

      See Jersey’s military heritage in a new light and help to support a non-profit organisation!

      Evening tours of bunkers offer an unforgettable atmosphere when exploring.

      We will visit sites not open to the public and places not visited by any of the commercial tours. Become a temporary member of the team and see how Jersey was made into an impregnable fortress!

      £25pp or you can go private for £150 for up to 7 people (just select the “book entire tour option”).

      Evenings 19:00 – 21:45 (ish)

      Bookings are only accepted online – Book early to avoid disappointment.

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  • Carpentry Skills Camps for student in Year 9, 10 or 11
    9:30 am-3:00 pm
    2023.02.15

    A one day holiday programme for students to gain practical skills and learn about a variety of tasks within the carpentry trade.
    Students will spend one day at Highlands College learning about carpentry and working on a project such as building a bird box.
    The students will be inspired with activities and tasks in a fun and motivating environment. They will leave with a strong understanding of carpentry and some news skills to put into practice!
    The programs aims to teach and inspire the students who may one day want to pursue the trade as a career
  • Vikings
    10:00 am-4:00 pm
    2023.02.15

    Vikings will be invading the Maritime Museum over February half term for a week of action-packed fun.

    Open Monday to Friday, 10am to 4pm

    Jersey Heritage Members go free of charge.

    Normal entry fee for non-Members

    Sponsored by Ogier.

  • Trade Roots
    10:00 am-4:00 pm
    2023.02.15-2024.06.11

    This new exhibition at Jersey Museum examines the evidence of the Island’s involvement in the transatlantic slave trade, including Jersey’s Lieutenant-Governor Sir George Carteret who was a founder member of the Royal Africa Company that traded in ivory, gold and enslaved people in the 17th century; Captain François Messervy of Jersey who was killed in 1722 during an uprising on board his slave ship off the coast of Africa; and Jersey trader Josué Mauger who in 1752 advertised enslaved people for sale in Nova Scotia, Canada, where his business was based.

    The exhibition is in the Victorian House at Jersey Museum, with its impressive mahogany staircase, because new research has shown that the house was built partly on the profits of the transatlantic slave trade. ‘Trade Roots’ explores Jersey’s historic links to slavery, from Islanders who owned mahogany plantations overseas and traded in slave-produced goods, to those who campaigned for the abolition of slavery.

    Thought-provoking, and at times challenging, this exhibition exposes some uncomfortable new stories from Jersey’s past and examines the legacy and impact of transatlantic slavery on the Island’s community today.

    Images:

    1. The statue of Sir George Carteret was covered in red paint during the Black Lives Matter demonstrations of 2020.
    2. Jerseyman Joshua Mauger advertised enslaved people for sale in Nova Scotia in 1752.
    3. Enslaved labour was used to harvest mahogany for staircases and furniture in Jersey properties such as the Victorian House.

     

  • Mont Orgueil Castle Tour
    11:00 am-12:00 pm
    2023.02.15

    TOUR TIMES

    Tours last approx. 1 hour

    Mondays 11am

    Wednesdays 11am

    Thursdays 11am

    Fridays 11am

    Saturdays, please call ahead to confirm todays tour start time.

    Sundays 11am

    Our tours are free of charge (normal entry fee applies).

    Tours are subject to change, please call the Castle on +44 (0)1534 853 292 to confirm the site tour is going ahead.

  • Hamptonne Tour
    11:15 am-12:15 pm
    2023.02.15

    Tour times

    Tours last approx. 1 hour

    Wednesdays 11.15am (no tour on 15 November)

    Thursdays 11.15am

    Fridays from 18 November at 11.15am (no tour on 30 December)

    Our tours are free of charge (normal entry fee applies).

    Tours are subject to change, please call Hamptonne on +44 (0) 1534 863 955 to confirm the site tour is going ahead.

  • WW2 Bunkers Tour
    2:00 pm-4:45 pm
    2023.02.15

    Join Jersey War Tours and visit WW2 bunkers, which are not usually open to the public.

    JWT will show you how Jersey was made into an impregnable fortress and help you appreciate what the Third Reich was able to create with slave labour.

    The tour is also a perfect complement to understanding the history of the D-Day invasion, which took place less than 30 miles away.

    £35pp or you can go private for £175 for up to 7 people (just select the “book entire tour option”).

  • Dreaming Trees
    6:00 pm-9:00 pm
    2023.02.15

    From the 12th – 19th Feb Howard Davis Park will be transformed using light and sound, every evening from 6-9pm, to create Jersey’s first park illuminations event.
    Explore the illuminated park and learn more about Jersey’s fantastic trees and the exciting scientific research that shows how trees communicate and share resources across a ‘wood wide web’.
    As well as the illuminations, a bespoke soundscape has been developed for Dreaming Trees by sound artist and film score composer Tony Langlois.
    The event is sponsored by Rathbone
    Share your photos #dreamingtrees
    For further information, visit: gov.je/dreamingtrees
  • Bunkers at Night Tour
    7:00 pm-9:00 pm
    2023.02.15-2023.05.07

    See Jersey’s military heritage in a new light and help to support a non-profit organisation!

    Evening tours of bunkers offer an unforgettable atmosphere when exploring.

    We will visit sites not open to the public and places not visited by any of the commercial tours. Become a temporary member of the team and see how Jersey was made into an impregnable fortress!

    £25pp or you can go private for £150 for up to 7 people (just select the “book entire tour option”).

    Evenings 19:00 – 21:45 (ish)

    Bookings are only accepted online – Book early to avoid disappointment.

  • More events
    • Carpentry Skills Camps for student in Year 9, 10 or 11
      9:30 am-3:00 pm
      2023.02.15
      A one day holiday programme for students to gain practical skills and learn about a variety of tasks within the carpentry trade.
      Students will spend one day at Highlands College learning about carpentry and working on a project such as building a bird box.
      The students will be inspired with activities and tasks in a fun and motivating environment. They will leave with a strong understanding of carpentry and some news skills to put into practice!
      The programs aims to teach and inspire the students who may one day want to pursue the trade as a career
    • Vikings
      10:00 am-4:00 pm
      2023.02.15

      Vikings will be invading the Maritime Museum over February half term for a week of action-packed fun.

      Open Monday to Friday, 10am to 4pm

      Jersey Heritage Members go free of charge.

      Normal entry fee for non-Members

      Sponsored by Ogier.

    • Trade Roots
      10:00 am-4:00 pm
      2023.02.15-2024.06.11

      This new exhibition at Jersey Museum examines the evidence of the Island’s involvement in the transatlantic slave trade, including Jersey’s Lieutenant-Governor Sir George Carteret who was a founder member of the Royal Africa Company that traded in ivory, gold and enslaved people in the 17th century; Captain François Messervy of Jersey who was killed in 1722 during an uprising on board his slave ship off the coast of Africa; and Jersey trader Josué Mauger who in 1752 advertised enslaved people for sale in Nova Scotia, Canada, where his business was based.

      The exhibition is in the Victorian House at Jersey Museum, with its impressive mahogany staircase, because new research has shown that the house was built partly on the profits of the transatlantic slave trade. ‘Trade Roots’ explores Jersey’s historic links to slavery, from Islanders who owned mahogany plantations overseas and traded in slave-produced goods, to those who campaigned for the abolition of slavery.

      Thought-provoking, and at times challenging, this exhibition exposes some uncomfortable new stories from Jersey’s past and examines the legacy and impact of transatlantic slavery on the Island’s community today.

      Images:

      1. The statue of Sir George Carteret was covered in red paint during the Black Lives Matter demonstrations of 2020.
      2. Jerseyman Joshua Mauger advertised enslaved people for sale in Nova Scotia in 1752.
      3. Enslaved labour was used to harvest mahogany for staircases and furniture in Jersey properties such as the Victorian House.

       

    • Mont Orgueil Castle Tour
      11:00 am-12:00 pm
      2023.02.15

      TOUR TIMES

      Tours last approx. 1 hour

      Mondays 11am

      Wednesdays 11am

      Thursdays 11am

      Fridays 11am

      Saturdays, please call ahead to confirm todays tour start time.

      Sundays 11am

      Our tours are free of charge (normal entry fee applies).

      Tours are subject to change, please call the Castle on +44 (0)1534 853 292 to confirm the site tour is going ahead.

    • Hamptonne Tour
      11:15 am-12:15 pm
      2023.02.15

      Tour times

      Tours last approx. 1 hour

      Wednesdays 11.15am (no tour on 15 November)

      Thursdays 11.15am

      Fridays from 18 November at 11.15am (no tour on 30 December)

      Our tours are free of charge (normal entry fee applies).

      Tours are subject to change, please call Hamptonne on +44 (0) 1534 863 955 to confirm the site tour is going ahead.

    • WW2 Bunkers Tour
      2:00 pm-4:45 pm
      2023.02.15

      Join Jersey War Tours and visit WW2 bunkers, which are not usually open to the public.

      JWT will show you how Jersey was made into an impregnable fortress and help you appreciate what the Third Reich was able to create with slave labour.

      The tour is also a perfect complement to understanding the history of the D-Day invasion, which took place less than 30 miles away.

      £35pp or you can go private for £175 for up to 7 people (just select the “book entire tour option”).

    • Dreaming Trees
      6:00 pm-9:00 pm
      2023.02.15
      From the 12th – 19th Feb Howard Davis Park will be transformed using light and sound, every evening from 6-9pm, to create Jersey’s first park illuminations event.
      Explore the illuminated park and learn more about Jersey’s fantastic trees and the exciting scientific research that shows how trees communicate and share resources across a ‘wood wide web’.
      As well as the illuminations, a bespoke soundscape has been developed for Dreaming Trees by sound artist and film score composer Tony Langlois.
      The event is sponsored by Rathbone
      Share your photos #dreamingtrees
      For further information, visit: gov.je/dreamingtrees
    • Bunkers at Night Tour
      7:00 pm-9:00 pm
      2023.02.15-2023.05.07

      See Jersey’s military heritage in a new light and help to support a non-profit organisation!

      Evening tours of bunkers offer an unforgettable atmosphere when exploring.

      We will visit sites not open to the public and places not visited by any of the commercial tours. Become a temporary member of the team and see how Jersey was made into an impregnable fortress!

      £25pp or you can go private for £150 for up to 7 people (just select the “book entire tour option”).

      Evenings 19:00 – 21:45 (ish)

      Bookings are only accepted online – Book early to avoid disappointment.

16
  • Vikings
    10:00 am-4:00 pm
    2023.02.16

    Vikings will be invading the Maritime Museum over February half term for a week of action-packed fun.

    Open Monday to Friday, 10am to 4pm

    Jersey Heritage Members go free of charge.

    Normal entry fee for non-Members

    Sponsored by Ogier.

  • Trade Roots
    10:00 am-4:00 pm
    2023.02.16-2024.06.12

    This new exhibition at Jersey Museum examines the evidence of the Island’s involvement in the transatlantic slave trade, including Jersey’s Lieutenant-Governor Sir George Carteret who was a founder member of the Royal Africa Company that traded in ivory, gold and enslaved people in the 17th century; Captain François Messervy of Jersey who was killed in 1722 during an uprising on board his slave ship off the coast of Africa; and Jersey trader Josué Mauger who in 1752 advertised enslaved people for sale in Nova Scotia, Canada, where his business was based.

    The exhibition is in the Victorian House at Jersey Museum, with its impressive mahogany staircase, because new research has shown that the house was built partly on the profits of the transatlantic slave trade. ‘Trade Roots’ explores Jersey’s historic links to slavery, from Islanders who owned mahogany plantations overseas and traded in slave-produced goods, to those who campaigned for the abolition of slavery.

    Thought-provoking, and at times challenging, this exhibition exposes some uncomfortable new stories from Jersey’s past and examines the legacy and impact of transatlantic slavery on the Island’s community today.

    Images:

    1. The statue of Sir George Carteret was covered in red paint during the Black Lives Matter demonstrations of 2020.
    2. Jerseyman Joshua Mauger advertised enslaved people for sale in Nova Scotia in 1752.
    3. Enslaved labour was used to harvest mahogany for staircases and furniture in Jersey properties such as the Victorian House.

     

  • Mont Orgueil Castle Tour
    11:00 am-12:00 pm
    2023.02.16

    TOUR TIMES

    Tours last approx. 1 hour

    Mondays 11am

    Wednesdays 11am

    Thursdays 11am

    Fridays 11am

    Saturdays, please call ahead to confirm todays tour start time.

    Sundays 11am

    Our tours are free of charge (normal entry fee applies).

    Tours are subject to change, please call the Castle on +44 (0)1534 853 292 to confirm the site tour is going ahead.

  • Hamptonne Tour
    11:15 am-12:15 pm
    2023.02.16

    Tour times

    Tours last approx. 1 hour

    Wednesdays 11.15am (no tour on 15 November)

    Thursdays 11.15am

    Fridays from 18 November at 11.15am (no tour on 30 December)

    Our tours are free of charge (normal entry fee applies).

    Tours are subject to change, please call Hamptonne on +44 (0) 1534 863 955 to confirm the site tour is going ahead.

  • Pat & Chat in February
    2:00 pm-3:30 pm
    2023.02.16

    ** Please ensure you register your interest for the session by emailing: [email protected] **
    Pat & Chat is an adult-only group that was started a year ago to give older members of our community a chance to meet with others, find out more about the services we offer to the Island and enjoy the company of some of the animals in our care over a cup of tea or coffee and some cakes and biscuits!
    The aim of this group is to combat loneliness and promote good mental health.
    Join us at the Animals’ Shelter between 2pm and 3.30pm.
    Please note that the animals will vary depending on who we have available and suitable at the time.
    We looking forward to welcoming you at Pat & Chat.
    Kindly supported by Lions Club International.
  • WW2 Bunkers Tour
    2:00 pm-4:45 pm
    2023.02.16

    Join Jersey War Tours and visit WW2 bunkers, which are not usually open to the public.

    JWT will show you how Jersey was made into an impregnable fortress and help you appreciate what the Third Reich was able to create with slave labour.

    The tour is also a perfect complement to understanding the history of the D-Day invasion, which took place less than 30 miles away.

    £35pp or you can go private for £175 for up to 7 people (just select the “book entire tour option”).

  • Dreaming Trees
    6:00 pm-9:00 pm
    2023.02.16

    From the 12th – 19th Feb Howard Davis Park will be transformed using light and sound, every evening from 6-9pm, to create Jersey’s first park illuminations event.
    Explore the illuminated park and learn more about Jersey’s fantastic trees and the exciting scientific research that shows how trees communicate and share resources across a ‘wood wide web’.
    As well as the illuminations, a bespoke soundscape has been developed for Dreaming Trees by sound artist and film score composer Tony Langlois.
    The event is sponsored by Rathbone
    Share your photos #dreamingtrees
    For further information, visit: gov.je/dreamingtrees
  • Bunkers at Night Tour
    7:00 pm-9:00 pm
    2023.02.16-2023.05.08

    See Jersey’s military heritage in a new light and help to support a non-profit organisation!

    Evening tours of bunkers offer an unforgettable atmosphere when exploring.

    We will visit sites not open to the public and places not visited by any of the commercial tours. Become a temporary member of the team and see how Jersey was made into an impregnable fortress!

    £25pp or you can go private for £150 for up to 7 people (just select the “book entire tour option”).

    Evenings 19:00 – 21:45 (ish)

    Bookings are only accepted online – Book early to avoid disappointment.

  • More events
    • Vikings
      10:00 am-4:00 pm
      2023.02.16

      Vikings will be invading the Maritime Museum over February half term for a week of action-packed fun.

      Open Monday to Friday, 10am to 4pm

      Jersey Heritage Members go free of charge.

      Normal entry fee for non-Members

      Sponsored by Ogier.

    • Trade Roots
      10:00 am-4:00 pm
      2023.02.16-2024.06.12

      This new exhibition at Jersey Museum examines the evidence of the Island’s involvement in the transatlantic slave trade, including Jersey’s Lieutenant-Governor Sir George Carteret who was a founder member of the Royal Africa Company that traded in ivory, gold and enslaved people in the 17th century; Captain François Messervy of Jersey who was killed in 1722 during an uprising on board his slave ship off the coast of Africa; and Jersey trader Josué Mauger who in 1752 advertised enslaved people for sale in Nova Scotia, Canada, where his business was based.

      The exhibition is in the Victorian House at Jersey Museum, with its impressive mahogany staircase, because new research has shown that the house was built partly on the profits of the transatlantic slave trade. ‘Trade Roots’ explores Jersey’s historic links to slavery, from Islanders who owned mahogany plantations overseas and traded in slave-produced goods, to those who campaigned for the abolition of slavery.

      Thought-provoking, and at times challenging, this exhibition exposes some uncomfortable new stories from Jersey’s past and examines the legacy and impact of transatlantic slavery on the Island’s community today.

      Images:

      1. The statue of Sir George Carteret was covered in red paint during the Black Lives Matter demonstrations of 2020.
      2. Jerseyman Joshua Mauger advertised enslaved people for sale in Nova Scotia in 1752.
      3. Enslaved labour was used to harvest mahogany for staircases and furniture in Jersey properties such as the Victorian House.

       

    • Mont Orgueil Castle Tour
      11:00 am-12:00 pm
      2023.02.16

      TOUR TIMES

      Tours last approx. 1 hour

      Mondays 11am

      Wednesdays 11am

      Thursdays 11am

      Fridays 11am

      Saturdays, please call ahead to confirm todays tour start time.

      Sundays 11am

      Our tours are free of charge (normal entry fee applies).

      Tours are subject to change, please call the Castle on +44 (0)1534 853 292 to confirm the site tour is going ahead.

    • Hamptonne Tour
      11:15 am-12:15 pm
      2023.02.16

      Tour times

      Tours last approx. 1 hour

      Wednesdays 11.15am (no tour on 15 November)

      Thursdays 11.15am

      Fridays from 18 November at 11.15am (no tour on 30 December)

      Our tours are free of charge (normal entry fee applies).

      Tours are subject to change, please call Hamptonne on +44 (0) 1534 863 955 to confirm the site tour is going ahead.

    • Pat & Chat in February
      2:00 pm-3:30 pm
      2023.02.16
      ** Please ensure you register your interest for the session by emailing: [email protected] **
      Pat & Chat is an adult-only group that was started a year ago to give older members of our community a chance to meet with others, find out more about the services we offer to the Island and enjoy the company of some of the animals in our care over a cup of tea or coffee and some cakes and biscuits!
      The aim of this group is to combat loneliness and promote good mental health.
      Join us at the Animals’ Shelter between 2pm and 3.30pm.
      Please note that the animals will vary depending on who we have available and suitable at the time.
      We looking forward to welcoming you at Pat & Chat.
      Kindly supported by Lions Club International.
    • WW2 Bunkers Tour
      2:00 pm-4:45 pm
      2023.02.16

      Join Jersey War Tours and visit WW2 bunkers, which are not usually open to the public.

      JWT will show you how Jersey was made into an impregnable fortress and help you appreciate what the Third Reich was able to create with slave labour.

      The tour is also a perfect complement to understanding the history of the D-Day invasion, which took place less than 30 miles away.

      £35pp or you can go private for £175 for up to 7 people (just select the “book entire tour option”).

    • Dreaming Trees
      6:00 pm-9:00 pm
      2023.02.16
      From the 12th – 19th Feb Howard Davis Park will be transformed using light and sound, every evening from 6-9pm, to create Jersey’s first park illuminations event.
      Explore the illuminated park and learn more about Jersey’s fantastic trees and the exciting scientific research that shows how trees communicate and share resources across a ‘wood wide web’.
      As well as the illuminations, a bespoke soundscape has been developed for Dreaming Trees by sound artist and film score composer Tony Langlois.
      The event is sponsored by Rathbone
      Share your photos #dreamingtrees
      For further information, visit: gov.je/dreamingtrees
    • Bunkers at Night Tour
      7:00 pm-9:00 pm
      2023.02.16-2023.05.08

      See Jersey’s military heritage in a new light and help to support a non-profit organisation!

      Evening tours of bunkers offer an unforgettable atmosphere when exploring.

      We will visit sites not open to the public and places not visited by any of the commercial tours. Become a temporary member of the team and see how Jersey was made into an impregnable fortress!

      £25pp or you can go private for £150 for up to 7 people (just select the “book entire tour option”).

      Evenings 19:00 – 21:45 (ish)

      Bookings are only accepted online – Book early to avoid disappointment.

17
  • Trade Roots
    10:00 am-4:00 pm
    2023.02.17-2024.06.13

    This new exhibition at Jersey Museum examines the evidence of the Island’s involvement in the transatlantic slave trade, including Jersey’s Lieutenant-Governor Sir George Carteret who was a founder member of the Royal Africa Company that traded in ivory, gold and enslaved people in the 17th century; Captain François Messervy of Jersey who was killed in 1722 during an uprising on board his slave ship off the coast of Africa; and Jersey trader Josué Mauger who in 1752 advertised enslaved people for sale in Nova Scotia, Canada, where his business was based.

    The exhibition is in the Victorian House at Jersey Museum, with its impressive mahogany staircase, because new research has shown that the house was built partly on the profits of the transatlantic slave trade. ‘Trade Roots’ explores Jersey’s historic links to slavery, from Islanders who owned mahogany plantations overseas and traded in slave-produced goods, to those who campaigned for the abolition of slavery.

    Thought-provoking, and at times challenging, this exhibition exposes some uncomfortable new stories from Jersey’s past and examines the legacy and impact of transatlantic slavery on the Island’s community today.

    Images:

    1. The statue of Sir George Carteret was covered in red paint during the Black Lives Matter demonstrations of 2020.
    2. Jerseyman Joshua Mauger advertised enslaved people for sale in Nova Scotia in 1752.
    3. Enslaved labour was used to harvest mahogany for staircases and furniture in Jersey properties such as the Victorian House.

     

  • Vikings
    10:00 am-4:00 pm
    2023.02.17

    Vikings will be invading the Maritime Museum over February half term for a week of action-packed fun.

    Open Monday to Friday, 10am to 4pm

    Jersey Heritage Members go free of charge.

    Normal entry fee for non-Members

    Sponsored by Ogier.

  • Mont Orgueil Castle Tour
    11:00 am-12:00 pm
    2023.02.17

    TOUR TIMES

    Tours last approx. 1 hour

    Mondays 11am

    Wednesdays 11am

    Thursdays 11am

    Fridays 11am

    Saturdays, please call ahead to confirm todays tour start time.

    Sundays 11am

    Our tours are free of charge (normal entry fee applies).

    Tours are subject to change, please call the Castle on +44 (0)1534 853 292 to confirm the site tour is going ahead.

  • Hamptonne Tour
    11:15 am-12:15 pm
    2023.02.17

    Tour times

    Tours last approx. 1 hour

    Wednesdays 11.15am (no tour on 15 November)

    Thursdays 11.15am

    Fridays from 18 November at 11.15am (no tour on 30 December)

    Our tours are free of charge (normal entry fee applies).

    Tours are subject to change, please call Hamptonne on +44 (0) 1534 863 955 to confirm the site tour is going ahead.

  • WW2 Bunkers Tour
    2:00 pm-4:45 pm
    2023.02.17

    Join Jersey War Tours and visit WW2 bunkers, which are not usually open to the public.

    JWT will show you how Jersey was made into an impregnable fortress and help you appreciate what the Third Reich was able to create with slave labour.

    The tour is also a perfect complement to understanding the history of the D-Day invasion, which took place less than 30 miles away.

    £35pp or you can go private for £175 for up to 7 people (just select the “book entire tour option”).

  • Dreaming Trees
    6:00 pm-9:00 pm
    2023.02.17

    From the 12th – 19th Feb Howard Davis Park will be transformed using light and sound, every evening from 6-9pm, to create Jersey’s first park illuminations event.
    Explore the illuminated park and learn more about Jersey’s fantastic trees and the exciting scientific research that shows how trees communicate and share resources across a ‘wood wide web’.
    As well as the illuminations, a bespoke soundscape has been developed for Dreaming Trees by sound artist and film score composer Tony Langlois.
    The event is sponsored by Rathbone
    Share your photos #dreamingtrees
    For further information, visit: gov.je/dreamingtrees
  • Quiz Night in aid of Autism Jersey
    6:30 pm-9:30 pm
    2023.02.17

    Kindly hosted by Quizmaster Colin Adams.

    Join us for our first fundraiser of 2023!
    Quizmaster Colin Adams will be hosting our Quiz Night on Friday 17th February at the Post Horn.
    Tickets are £15 per person, including a basket meal, available to purchase now, through Eventbrite:
    Tickets are limited, therefore book your place now!
    Please note that there is a maximum of 6 participants per team.
  • Bunkers at Night Tour
    7:00 pm-9:00 pm
    2023.02.17-2023.05.09

    See Jersey’s military heritage in a new light and help to support a non-profit organisation!

    Evening tours of bunkers offer an unforgettable atmosphere when exploring.

    We will visit sites not open to the public and places not visited by any of the commercial tours. Become a temporary member of the team and see how Jersey was made into an impregnable fortress!

    £25pp or you can go private for £150 for up to 7 people (just select the “book entire tour option”).

    Evenings 19:00 – 21:45 (ish)

    Bookings are only accepted online – Book early to avoid disappointment.

  • Jersey Reds v Nottingham (Cup)
    7:15 pm-9:30 pm
    2023.02.17

    Join us for another exciting Championship fixture at Stade Santander International 📍🏟️

    🆚 Nottingham
    🗓️ Friday 17th February
    ⏱️ KO 7.15pm

    •Match-Day Ticket – standing and bench seating on a first-come, first-served
    •Seat Ticket – reserved allocated seat in the RBC Stand
    •Early Bird Ticket – save £5 on adult tickets purchased online. Available up to 24hrs before kick off
    •Gates open at 5pm  /  Kick off 7.15pm
    •Dogs are not allowed on the Jersey Rugby Club grounds
    •Match Day Ticket  T&Cs

    🎟️ Tickets available to purchase online via our website – follow the link

     

  • Lindy Hop Freebie Friday
    8:00 pm-10:00 pm
    2023.02.17

    Free time to dance, chat, ask questions, or just hang out with friends.

  • Brian White / Tim Horsfall Jazz Quintet – Friday Night Jazz!
    8:00 pm-10:30 pm
    2023.02.17-2023.12.29

    The Savoy Jersey, Roberto Jazz Bar

    8.00 – 10.30

    The Quintet comprises of the leading credible jazz musicians in Jersey and has become the cornerstone of Jazz in Jersey. The Band is in its 14 year of residency at the Savoy.

    Performing a selection of Blue Note Record favourites by the greatest Jazz musicians and composers, including Duke Pearson, Miles Davis, Herbie Hancock, Hank Mobley, Lee Morgan, Stanley Turrentine, and Freddie Hubbard.

    Piano – Tim Horsfall
    String Bass – Adam Marshall
    Drums – Chris Sparkes

    Tenor Saxophone – Dave Andre
    Trumpet – Brian White

    Free entry but don’t forget to make a reservation to avoid missing out on this unique experience, as space is limited.

    ☎️ 01534 727521

    📧 [email protected]

  • More events
    • Trade Roots
      10:00 am-4:00 pm
      2023.02.17-2024.06.13

      This new exhibition at Jersey Museum examines the evidence of the Island’s involvement in the transatlantic slave trade, including Jersey’s Lieutenant-Governor Sir George Carteret who was a founder member of the Royal Africa Company that traded in ivory, gold and enslaved people in the 17th century; Captain François Messervy of Jersey who was killed in 1722 during an uprising on board his slave ship off the coast of Africa; and Jersey trader Josué Mauger who in 1752 advertised enslaved people for sale in Nova Scotia, Canada, where his business was based.

      The exhibition is in the Victorian House at Jersey Museum, with its impressive mahogany staircase, because new research has shown that the house was built partly on the profits of the transatlantic slave trade. ‘Trade Roots’ explores Jersey’s historic links to slavery, from Islanders who owned mahogany plantations overseas and traded in slave-produced goods, to those who campaigned for the abolition of slavery.

      Thought-provoking, and at times challenging, this exhibition exposes some uncomfortable new stories from Jersey’s past and examines the legacy and impact of transatlantic slavery on the Island’s community today.

      Images:

      1. The statue of Sir George Carteret was covered in red paint during the Black Lives Matter demonstrations of 2020.
      2. Jerseyman Joshua Mauger advertised enslaved people for sale in Nova Scotia in 1752.
      3. Enslaved labour was used to harvest mahogany for staircases and furniture in Jersey properties such as the Victorian House.

       

    • Vikings
      10:00 am-4:00 pm
      2023.02.17

      Vikings will be invading the Maritime Museum over February half term for a week of action-packed fun.

      Open Monday to Friday, 10am to 4pm

      Jersey Heritage Members go free of charge.

      Normal entry fee for non-Members

      Sponsored by Ogier.

    • Mont Orgueil Castle Tour
      11:00 am-12:00 pm
      2023.02.17

      TOUR TIMES

      Tours last approx. 1 hour

      Mondays 11am

      Wednesdays 11am

      Thursdays 11am

      Fridays 11am

      Saturdays, please call ahead to confirm todays tour start time.

      Sundays 11am

      Our tours are free of charge (normal entry fee applies).

      Tours are subject to change, please call the Castle on +44 (0)1534 853 292 to confirm the site tour is going ahead.

    • Hamptonne Tour
      11:15 am-12:15 pm
      2023.02.17

      Tour times

      Tours last approx. 1 hour

      Wednesdays 11.15am (no tour on 15 November)

      Thursdays 11.15am

      Fridays from 18 November at 11.15am (no tour on 30 December)

      Our tours are free of charge (normal entry fee applies).

      Tours are subject to change, please call Hamptonne on +44 (0) 1534 863 955 to confirm the site tour is going ahead.

    • WW2 Bunkers Tour
      2:00 pm-4:45 pm
      2023.02.17

      Join Jersey War Tours and visit WW2 bunkers, which are not usually open to the public.

      JWT will show you how Jersey was made into an impregnable fortress and help you appreciate what the Third Reich was able to create with slave labour.

      The tour is also a perfect complement to understanding the history of the D-Day invasion, which took place less than 30 miles away.

      £35pp or you can go private for £175 for up to 7 people (just select the “book entire tour option”).

    • Dreaming Trees
      6:00 pm-9:00 pm
      2023.02.17
      From the 12th – 19th Feb Howard Davis Park will be transformed using light and sound, every evening from 6-9pm, to create Jersey’s first park illuminations event.
      Explore the illuminated park and learn more about Jersey’s fantastic trees and the exciting scientific research that shows how trees communicate and share resources across a ‘wood wide web’.
      As well as the illuminations, a bespoke soundscape has been developed for Dreaming Trees by sound artist and film score composer Tony Langlois.
      The event is sponsored by Rathbone
      Share your photos #dreamingtrees
      For further information, visit: gov.je/dreamingtrees
    • Quiz Night in aid of Autism Jersey
      6:30 pm-9:30 pm
      2023.02.17

      Kindly hosted by Quizmaster Colin Adams.

      Join us for our first fundraiser of 2023!
      Quizmaster Colin Adams will be hosting our Quiz Night on Friday 17th February at the Post Horn.
      Tickets are £15 per person, including a basket meal, available to purchase now, through Eventbrite:
      Tickets are limited, therefore book your place now!
      Please note that there is a maximum of 6 participants per team.
    • Bunkers at Night Tour
      7:00 pm-9:00 pm
      2023.02.17-2023.05.09

      See Jersey’s military heritage in a new light and help to support a non-profit organisation!

      Evening tours of bunkers offer an unforgettable atmosphere when exploring.

      We will visit sites not open to the public and places not visited by any of the commercial tours. Become a temporary member of the team and see how Jersey was made into an impregnable fortress!

      £25pp or you can go private for £150 for up to 7 people (just select the “book entire tour option”).

      Evenings 19:00 – 21:45 (ish)

      Bookings are only accepted online – Book early to avoid disappointment.

    • Jersey Reds v Nottingham (Cup)
      7:15 pm-9:30 pm
      2023.02.17

      Join us for another exciting Championship fixture at Stade Santander International 📍🏟️

      🆚 Nottingham
      🗓️ Friday 17th February
      ⏱️ KO 7.15pm

      •Match-Day Ticket – standing and bench seating on a first-come, first-served
      •Seat Ticket – reserved allocated seat in the RBC Stand
      •Early Bird Ticket – save £5 on adult tickets purchased online. Available up to 24hrs before kick off
      •Gates open at 5pm  /  Kick off 7.15pm
      •Dogs are not allowed on the Jersey Rugby Club grounds
      •Match Day Ticket  T&Cs

      🎟️ Tickets available to purchase online via our website – follow the link

       

    • Lindy Hop Freebie Friday
      8:00 pm-10:00 pm
      2023.02.17

      Free time to dance, chat, ask questions, or just hang out with friends.

    • Brian White / Tim Horsfall Jazz Quintet - Friday Night Jazz!
      8:00 pm-10:30 pm
      2023.02.17-2023.12.29

      The Savoy Jersey, Roberto Jazz Bar

      8.00 – 10.30

      The Quintet comprises of the leading credible jazz musicians in Jersey and has become the cornerstone of Jazz in Jersey. The Band is in its 14 year of residency at the Savoy.

      Performing a selection of Blue Note Record favourites by the greatest Jazz musicians and composers, including Duke Pearson, Miles Davis, Herbie Hancock, Hank Mobley, Lee Morgan, Stanley Turrentine, and Freddie Hubbard.

      Piano – Tim Horsfall
      String Bass – Adam Marshall
      Drums – Chris Sparkes

      Tenor Saxophone – Dave Andre
      Trumpet – Brian White

      Free entry but don’t forget to make a reservation to avoid missing out on this unique experience, as space is limited.

      ☎️ 01534 727521

      📧 [email protected]

18
  • Vibrant Jersey Weddings
    All day
    2023.02.18-2023.03.31

    Just engaged? Looking to plan for your wedding? Once the thrill of becoming engaged has sunk in and you are able to peel your eyes away from the new addition on your finger, (well just for a second or two), it`s time to start making some very important decisions to kick start the planning of your dream day. We have listed many of our local suppliers & services below, to help you plan your big day.

    We highly recommend that you try to book well in advance, especially the services that are most important to you, as these will get booked up very quickly.

    Some things to consider in planning your Wedding can be found HERE

    For a comprehensive list of suppliers for your wedding planning, click HERE

  • Spring Vintage & Craft Sale
    9:00 am-4:30 pm
    2023.02.18

    A wonderful selection of vintage items,furniture, plants, pyro art, handmade chocolate, acrylic art, jewellery, baked goods and much more.
    Teas and coffees available.
    Raffle to include luxury food and wine hamper.
    In aid of Gorey Youth Project & Grouville School Parent & Staff Association.
  • Trade Roots
    10:00 am-4:00 pm
    2023.02.18-2024.06.14

    This new exhibition at Jersey Museum examines the evidence of the Island’s involvement in the transatlantic slave trade, including Jersey’s Lieutenant-Governor Sir George Carteret who was a founder member of the Royal Africa Company that traded in ivory, gold and enslaved people in the 17th century; Captain François Messervy of Jersey who was killed in 1722 during an uprising on board his slave ship off the coast of Africa; and Jersey trader Josué Mauger who in 1752 advertised enslaved people for sale in Nova Scotia, Canada, where his business was based.

    The exhibition is in the Victorian House at Jersey Museum, with its impressive mahogany staircase, because new research has shown that the house was built partly on the profits of the transatlantic slave trade. ‘Trade Roots’ explores Jersey’s historic links to slavery, from Islanders who owned mahogany plantations overseas and traded in slave-produced goods, to those who campaigned for the abolition of slavery.

    Thought-provoking, and at times challenging, this exhibition exposes some uncomfortable new stories from Jersey’s past and examines the legacy and impact of transatlantic slavery on the Island’s community today.

    Images:

    1. The statue of Sir George Carteret was covered in red paint during the Black Lives Matter demonstrations of 2020.
    2. Jerseyman Joshua Mauger advertised enslaved people for sale in Nova Scotia in 1752.
    3. Enslaved labour was used to harvest mahogany for staircases and furniture in Jersey properties such as the Victorian House.

     

  • Mont Orgueil Castle Tour
    11:00 am-12:00 pm
    2023.02.18

    TOUR TIMES

    Tours last approx. 1 hour

    Mondays 11am

    Wednesdays 11am

    Thursdays 11am

    Fridays 11am

    Saturdays, please call ahead to confirm todays tour start time.

    Sundays 11am

    Our tours are free of charge (normal entry fee applies).

    Tours are subject to change, please call the Castle on +44 (0)1534 853 292 to confirm the site tour is going ahead.

  • WW2 Bunkers Tour
    2:00 pm-4:45 pm
    2023.02.18

    Join Jersey War Tours and visit WW2 bunkers, which are not usually open to the public.

    JWT will show you how Jersey was made into an impregnable fortress and help you appreciate what the Third Reich was able to create with slave labour.

    The tour is also a perfect complement to understanding the history of the D-Day invasion, which took place less than 30 miles away.

    £35pp or you can go private for £175 for up to 7 people (just select the “book entire tour option”).

  • Dreaming Trees
    6:00 pm-9:00 pm
    2023.02.18

    From the 12th – 19th Feb Howard Davis Park will be transformed using light and sound, every evening from 6-9pm, to create Jersey’s first park illuminations event.
    Explore the illuminated park and learn more about Jersey’s fantastic trees and the exciting scientific research that shows how trees communicate and share resources across a ‘wood wide web’.
    As well as the illuminations, a bespoke soundscape has been developed for Dreaming Trees by sound artist and film score composer Tony Langlois.
    The event is sponsored by Rathbone
    Share your photos #dreamingtrees
    For further information, visit: gov.je/dreamingtrees
  • Bunkers at Night Tour
    7:00 pm-9:00 pm
    2023.02.18-2023.05.10

    See Jersey’s military heritage in a new light and help to support a non-profit organisation!

    Evening tours of bunkers offer an unforgettable atmosphere when exploring.

    We will visit sites not open to the public and places not visited by any of the commercial tours. Become a temporary member of the team and see how Jersey was made into an impregnable fortress!

    £25pp or you can go private for £150 for up to 7 people (just select the “book entire tour option”).

    Evenings 19:00 – 21:45 (ish)

    Bookings are only accepted online – Book early to avoid disappointment.

  • More events
    • Vibrant Jersey Weddings
      All day
      2023.02.18-2023.03.31

      Just engaged? Looking to plan for your wedding? Once the thrill of becoming engaged has sunk in and you are able to peel your eyes away from the new addition on your finger, (well just for a second or two), it`s time to start making some very important decisions to kick start the planning of your dream day. We have listed many of our local suppliers & services below, to help you plan your big day.

      We highly recommend that you try to book well in advance, especially the services that are most important to you, as these will get booked up very quickly.

      Some things to consider in planning your Wedding can be found HERE

      For a comprehensive list of suppliers for your wedding planning, click HERE

    • Spring Vintage & Craft Sale
      9:00 am-4:30 pm
      2023.02.18
      A wonderful selection of vintage items,furniture, plants, pyro art, handmade chocolate, acrylic art, jewellery, baked goods and much more.
      Teas and coffees available.
      Raffle to include luxury food and wine hamper.
      In aid of Gorey Youth Project & Grouville School Parent & Staff Association.
    • Trade Roots
      10:00 am-4:00 pm
      2023.02.18-2024.06.14

      This new exhibition at Jersey Museum examines the evidence of the Island’s involvement in the transatlantic slave trade, including Jersey’s Lieutenant-Governor Sir George Carteret who was a founder member of the Royal Africa Company that traded in ivory, gold and enslaved people in the 17th century; Captain François Messervy of Jersey who was killed in 1722 during an uprising on board his slave ship off the coast of Africa; and Jersey trader Josué Mauger who in 1752 advertised enslaved people for sale in Nova Scotia, Canada, where his business was based.

      The exhibition is in the Victorian House at Jersey Museum, with its impressive mahogany staircase, because new research has shown that the house was built partly on the profits of the transatlantic slave trade. ‘Trade Roots’ explores Jersey’s historic links to slavery, from Islanders who owned mahogany plantations overseas and traded in slave-produced goods, to those who campaigned for the abolition of slavery.

      Thought-provoking, and at times challenging, this exhibition exposes some uncomfortable new stories from Jersey’s past and examines the legacy and impact of transatlantic slavery on the Island’s community today.

      Images:

      1. The statue of Sir George Carteret was covered in red paint during the Black Lives Matter demonstrations of 2020.
      2. Jerseyman Joshua Mauger advertised enslaved people for sale in Nova Scotia in 1752.
      3. Enslaved labour was used to harvest mahogany for staircases and furniture in Jersey properties such as the Victorian House.

       

    • Mont Orgueil Castle Tour
      11:00 am-12:00 pm
      2023.02.18

      TOUR TIMES

      Tours last approx. 1 hour

      Mondays 11am

      Wednesdays 11am

      Thursdays 11am

      Fridays 11am

      Saturdays, please call ahead to confirm todays tour start time.

      Sundays 11am

      Our tours are free of charge (normal entry fee applies).

      Tours are subject to change, please call the Castle on +44 (0)1534 853 292 to confirm the site tour is going ahead.

    • WW2 Bunkers Tour
      2:00 pm-4:45 pm
      2023.02.18

      Join Jersey War Tours and visit WW2 bunkers, which are not usually open to the public.

      JWT will show you how Jersey was made into an impregnable fortress and help you appreciate what the Third Reich was able to create with slave labour.

      The tour is also a perfect complement to understanding the history of the D-Day invasion, which took place less than 30 miles away.

      £35pp or you can go private for £175 for up to 7 people (just select the “book entire tour option”).

    • Dreaming Trees
      6:00 pm-9:00 pm
      2023.02.18
      From the 12th – 19th Feb Howard Davis Park will be transformed using light and sound, every evening from 6-9pm, to create Jersey’s first park illuminations event.
      Explore the illuminated park and learn more about Jersey’s fantastic trees and the exciting scientific research that shows how trees communicate and share resources across a ‘wood wide web’.
      As well as the illuminations, a bespoke soundscape has been developed for Dreaming Trees by sound artist and film score composer Tony Langlois.
      The event is sponsored by Rathbone
      Share your photos #dreamingtrees
      For further information, visit: gov.je/dreamingtrees
    • Bunkers at Night Tour
      7:00 pm-9:00 pm
      2023.02.18-2023.05.10

      See Jersey’s military heritage in a new light and help to support a non-profit organisation!

      Evening tours of bunkers offer an unforgettable atmosphere when exploring.

      We will visit sites not open to the public and places not visited by any of the commercial tours. Become a temporary member of the team and see how Jersey was made into an impregnable fortress!

      £25pp or you can go private for £150 for up to 7 people (just select the “book entire tour option”).

      Evenings 19:00 – 21:45 (ish)

      Bookings are only accepted online – Book early to avoid disappointment.

19
  • Vibrant Jersey Weddings
    All day
    2023.02.19-2023.04.01

    Just engaged? Looking to plan for your wedding? Once the thrill of becoming engaged has sunk in and you are able to peel your eyes away from the new addition on your finger, (well just for a second or two), it`s time to start making some very important decisions to kick start the planning of your dream day. We have listed many of our local suppliers & services below, to help you plan your big day.

    We highly recommend that you try to book well in advance, especially the services that are most important to you, as these will get booked up very quickly.

    Some things to consider in planning your Wedding can be found HERE

    For a comprehensive list of suppliers for your wedding planning, click HERE

  • Weapons of World War Two Exhibition
    9:30 am-4:30 pm
    2023.02.19

    The Tower is a British 1770’s Defence Tower modified during the Second World War to become a German Anti-Aircraft Bunker.
    It is now used for Pop-Up Exhibitions covering the island’s military history.
    This winter we are going to feature the “Weapons of World War Two Exhibition” with a focus on the Occupation of the Channel Islands.
    The Collection on display will be able to be handled and includes over 30 various types of German and Allied weapons.
    This is a small Exhibition and all funds raised will be invested back into the maintenance of the Tower and other WW2 Projects.
    Due to the size of the bunker, we are limited to small groups so please book online to avoid disappointment.
    Bookings must be made online here: https://bookeo.com/jerseywartours…
  • Trade Roots
    10:00 am-4:00 pm
    2023.02.19-2024.06.15

    This new exhibition at Jersey Museum examines the evidence of the Island’s involvement in the transatlantic slave trade, including Jersey’s Lieutenant-Governor Sir George Carteret who was a founder member of the Royal Africa Company that traded in ivory, gold and enslaved people in the 17th century; Captain François Messervy of Jersey who was killed in 1722 during an uprising on board his slave ship off the coast of Africa; and Jersey trader Josué Mauger who in 1752 advertised enslaved people for sale in Nova Scotia, Canada, where his business was based.

    The exhibition is in the Victorian House at Jersey Museum, with its impressive mahogany staircase, because new research has shown that the house was built partly on the profits of the transatlantic slave trade. ‘Trade Roots’ explores Jersey’s historic links to slavery, from Islanders who owned mahogany plantations overseas and traded in slave-produced goods, to those who campaigned for the abolition of slavery.

    Thought-provoking, and at times challenging, this exhibition exposes some uncomfortable new stories from Jersey’s past and examines the legacy and impact of transatlantic slavery on the Island’s community today.

    Images:

    1. The statue of Sir George Carteret was covered in red paint during the Black Lives Matter demonstrations of 2020.
    2. Jerseyman Joshua Mauger advertised enslaved people for sale in Nova Scotia in 1752.
    3. Enslaved labour was used to harvest mahogany for staircases and furniture in Jersey properties such as the Victorian House.

     

  • Mont Orgueil Castle Tour
    11:00 am-12:00 pm
    2023.02.19

    TOUR TIMES

    Tours last approx. 1 hour

    Mondays 11am

    Wednesdays 11am

    Thursdays 11am

    Fridays 11am

    Saturdays, please call ahead to confirm todays tour start time.

    Sundays 11am

    Our tours are free of charge (normal entry fee applies).

    Tours are subject to change, please call the Castle on +44 (0)1534 853 292 to confirm the site tour is going ahead.

  • Dreaming Trees
    6:00 pm-9:00 pm
    2023.02.19

    From the 12th – 19th Feb Howard Davis Park will be transformed using light and sound, every evening from 6-9pm, to create Jersey’s first park illuminations event.
    Explore the illuminated park and learn more about Jersey’s fantastic trees and the exciting scientific research that shows how trees communicate and share resources across a ‘wood wide web’.
    As well as the illuminations, a bespoke soundscape has been developed for Dreaming Trees by sound artist and film score composer Tony Langlois.
    The event is sponsored by Rathbone
    Share your photos #dreamingtrees
    For further information, visit: gov.je/dreamingtrees
  • More events
    • Vibrant Jersey Weddings
      All day
      2023.02.19-2023.04.01

      Just engaged? Looking to plan for your wedding? Once the thrill of becoming engaged has sunk in and you are able to peel your eyes away from the new addition on your finger, (well just for a second or two), it`s time to start making some very important decisions to kick start the planning of your dream day. We have listed many of our local suppliers & services below, to help you plan your big day.

      We highly recommend that you try to book well in advance, especially the services that are most important to you, as these will get booked up very quickly.

      Some things to consider in planning your Wedding can be found HERE

      For a comprehensive list of suppliers for your wedding planning, click HERE

    • Weapons of World War Two Exhibition
      9:30 am-4:30 pm
      2023.02.19
      The Tower is a British 1770’s Defence Tower modified during the Second World War to become a German Anti-Aircraft Bunker.
      It is now used for Pop-Up Exhibitions covering the island’s military history.
      This winter we are going to feature the “Weapons of World War Two Exhibition” with a focus on the Occupation of the Channel Islands.
      The Collection on display will be able to be handled and includes over 30 various types of German and Allied weapons.
      This is a small Exhibition and all funds raised will be invested back into the maintenance of the Tower and other WW2 Projects.
      Due to the size of the bunker, we are limited to small groups so please book online to avoid disappointment.
      Bookings must be made online here: https://bookeo.com/jerseywartours…
    • Trade Roots
      10:00 am-4:00 pm
      2023.02.19-2024.06.15

      This new exhibition at Jersey Museum examines the evidence of the Island’s involvement in the transatlantic slave trade, including Jersey’s Lieutenant-Governor Sir George Carteret who was a founder member of the Royal Africa Company that traded in ivory, gold and enslaved people in the 17th century; Captain François Messervy of Jersey who was killed in 1722 during an uprising on board his slave ship off the coast of Africa; and Jersey trader Josué Mauger who in 1752 advertised enslaved people for sale in Nova Scotia, Canada, where his business was based.

      The exhibition is in the Victorian House at Jersey Museum, with its impressive mahogany staircase, because new research has shown that the house was built partly on the profits of the transatlantic slave trade. ‘Trade Roots’ explores Jersey’s historic links to slavery, from Islanders who owned mahogany plantations overseas and traded in slave-produced goods, to those who campaigned for the abolition of slavery.

      Thought-provoking, and at times challenging, this exhibition exposes some uncomfortable new stories from Jersey’s past and examines the legacy and impact of transatlantic slavery on the Island’s community today.

      Images:

      1. The statue of Sir George Carteret was covered in red paint during the Black Lives Matter demonstrations of 2020.
      2. Jerseyman Joshua Mauger advertised enslaved people for sale in Nova Scotia in 1752.
      3. Enslaved labour was used to harvest mahogany for staircases and furniture in Jersey properties such as the Victorian House.

       

    • Mont Orgueil Castle Tour
      11:00 am-12:00 pm
      2023.02.19

      TOUR TIMES

      Tours last approx. 1 hour

      Mondays 11am

      Wednesdays 11am

      Thursdays 11am

      Fridays 11am

      Saturdays, please call ahead to confirm todays tour start time.

      Sundays 11am

      Our tours are free of charge (normal entry fee applies).

      Tours are subject to change, please call the Castle on +44 (0)1534 853 292 to confirm the site tour is going ahead.

    • Dreaming Trees
      6:00 pm-9:00 pm
      2023.02.19
      From the 12th – 19th Feb Howard Davis Park will be transformed using light and sound, every evening from 6-9pm, to create Jersey’s first park illuminations event.
      Explore the illuminated park and learn more about Jersey’s fantastic trees and the exciting scientific research that shows how trees communicate and share resources across a ‘wood wide web’.
      As well as the illuminations, a bespoke soundscape has been developed for Dreaming Trees by sound artist and film score composer Tony Langlois.
      The event is sponsored by Rathbone
      Share your photos #dreamingtrees
      For further information, visit: gov.je/dreamingtrees
20
  • Vibrant Jersey Weddings
    All day
    2023.02.20-2023.04.02

    Just engaged? Looking to plan for your wedding? Once the thrill of becoming engaged has sunk in and you are able to peel your eyes away from the new addition on your finger, (well just for a second or two), it`s time to start making some very important decisions to kick start the planning of your dream day. We have listed many of our local suppliers & services below, to help you plan your big day.

    We highly recommend that you try to book well in advance, especially the services that are most important to you, as these will get booked up very quickly.

    Some things to consider in planning your Wedding can be found HERE

    For a comprehensive list of suppliers for your wedding planning, click HERE

  • Trade Roots
    10:00 am-4:00 pm
    2023.02.20-2024.06.16

    This new exhibition at Jersey Museum examines the evidence of the Island’s involvement in the transatlantic slave trade, including Jersey’s Lieutenant-Governor Sir George Carteret who was a founder member of the Royal Africa Company that traded in ivory, gold and enslaved people in the 17th century; Captain François Messervy of Jersey who was killed in 1722 during an uprising on board his slave ship off the coast of Africa; and Jersey trader Josué Mauger who in 1752 advertised enslaved people for sale in Nova Scotia, Canada, where his business was based.

    The exhibition is in the Victorian House at Jersey Museum, with its impressive mahogany staircase, because new research has shown that the house was built partly on the profits of the transatlantic slave trade. ‘Trade Roots’ explores Jersey’s historic links to slavery, from Islanders who owned mahogany plantations overseas and traded in slave-produced goods, to those who campaigned for the abolition of slavery.

    Thought-provoking, and at times challenging, this exhibition exposes some uncomfortable new stories from Jersey’s past and examines the legacy and impact of transatlantic slavery on the Island’s community today.

    Images:

    1. The statue of Sir George Carteret was covered in red paint during the Black Lives Matter demonstrations of 2020.
    2. Jerseyman Joshua Mauger advertised enslaved people for sale in Nova Scotia in 1752.
    3. Enslaved labour was used to harvest mahogany for staircases and furniture in Jersey properties such as the Victorian House.

     

  • Mont Orgueil Castle Tour
    11:00 am-12:00 pm
    2023.02.20

    TOUR TIMES

    Tours last approx. 1 hour

    Mondays 11am

    Wednesdays 11am

    Thursdays 11am

    Fridays 11am

    Saturdays, please call ahead to confirm todays tour start time.

    Sundays 11am

    Our tours are free of charge (normal entry fee applies).

    Tours are subject to change, please call the Castle on +44 (0)1534 853 292 to confirm the site tour is going ahead.

  • Guess Who’s Coming To Dinner
    2:00 pm-4:00 pm
    2023.02.20

    https://youtu.be/Rg1pnX3nYc8

    Featuring an all-star cast including Spencer Tracey, Katharine Hepburn and Sidney Poitier, this drama depicts a couple who’s attitudes are challenged when their daughter returns home with her new African-American husband. Featuring stellar performances and an important subject matter, Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner is a classic of 1960s American cinema.

  • WW2 Bunkers Tour
    2:00 pm-4:45 pm
    2023.02.20

    Join Jersey War Tours and visit WW2 bunkers, which are not usually open to the public.

    JWT will show you how Jersey was made into an impregnable fortress and help you appreciate what the Third Reich was able to create with slave labour.

    The tour is also a perfect complement to understanding the history of the D-Day invasion, which took place less than 30 miles away.

    £35pp or you can go private for £175 for up to 7 people (just select the “book entire tour option”).

  • Bunkers at Night Tour
    7:00 pm-9:00 pm
    2023.02.20-2023.05.12

    See Jersey’s military heritage in a new light and help to support a non-profit organisation!

    Evening tours of bunkers offer an unforgettable atmosphere when exploring.

    We will visit sites not open to the public and places not visited by any of the commercial tours. Become a temporary member of the team and see how Jersey was made into an impregnable fortress!

    £25pp or you can go private for £150 for up to 7 people (just select the “book entire tour option”).

    Evenings 19:00 – 21:45 (ish)

    Bookings are only accepted online – Book early to avoid disappointment.

  • Hit the Road
    8:00 pm-9:30 pm
    2023.02.20

    https://youtu.be/6PTz6Dzsv6A

    This Iranian roadtrip comedy-drama centres around a family driving to Turkey in order to smuggle their adult son across the border. As they cross the rugged landscape and fuss over their sick dog, secrets are revealed, and family struggles come to light. A complex mix between heartwarming drama and dark humour.

    JFS Members may reserve a seat in advance at the Box Office.

    Non members: £7.50 (£5 students)

  • More events
    • Vibrant Jersey Weddings
      All day
      2023.02.20-2023.04.02

      Just engaged? Looking to plan for your wedding? Once the thrill of becoming engaged has sunk in and you are able to peel your eyes away from the new addition on your finger, (well just for a second or two), it`s time to start making some very important decisions to kick start the planning of your dream day. We have listed many of our local suppliers & services below, to help you plan your big day.

      We highly recommend that you try to book well in advance, especially the services that are most important to you, as these will get booked up very quickly.

      Some things to consider in planning your Wedding can be found HERE

      For a comprehensive list of suppliers for your wedding planning, click HERE

    • Trade Roots
      10:00 am-4:00 pm
      2023.02.20-2024.06.16

      This new exhibition at Jersey Museum examines the evidence of the Island’s involvement in the transatlantic slave trade, including Jersey’s Lieutenant-Governor Sir George Carteret who was a founder member of the Royal Africa Company that traded in ivory, gold and enslaved people in the 17th century; Captain François Messervy of Jersey who was killed in 1722 during an uprising on board his slave ship off the coast of Africa; and Jersey trader Josué Mauger who in 1752 advertised enslaved people for sale in Nova Scotia, Canada, where his business was based.

      The exhibition is in the Victorian House at Jersey Museum, with its impressive mahogany staircase, because new research has shown that the house was built partly on the profits of the transatlantic slave trade. ‘Trade Roots’ explores Jersey’s historic links to slavery, from Islanders who owned mahogany plantations overseas and traded in slave-produced goods, to those who campaigned for the abolition of slavery.

      Thought-provoking, and at times challenging, this exhibition exposes some uncomfortable new stories from Jersey’s past and examines the legacy and impact of transatlantic slavery on the Island’s community today.

      Images:

      1. The statue of Sir George Carteret was covered in red paint during the Black Lives Matter demonstrations of 2020.
      2. Jerseyman Joshua Mauger advertised enslaved people for sale in Nova Scotia in 1752.
      3. Enslaved labour was used to harvest mahogany for staircases and furniture in Jersey properties such as the Victorian House.

       

    • Mont Orgueil Castle Tour
      11:00 am-12:00 pm
      2023.02.20

      TOUR TIMES

      Tours last approx. 1 hour

      Mondays 11am

      Wednesdays 11am

      Thursdays 11am

      Fridays 11am

      Saturdays, please call ahead to confirm todays tour start time.

      Sundays 11am

      Our tours are free of charge (normal entry fee applies).

      Tours are subject to change, please call the Castle on +44 (0)1534 853 292 to confirm the site tour is going ahead.

    • Guess Who’s Coming To Dinner
      2:00 pm-4:00 pm
      2023.02.20

      https://youtu.be/Rg1pnX3nYc8

      Featuring an all-star cast including Spencer Tracey, Katharine Hepburn and Sidney Poitier, this drama depicts a couple who’s attitudes are challenged when their daughter returns home with her new African-American husband. Featuring stellar performances and an important subject matter, Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner is a classic of 1960s American cinema.

    • WW2 Bunkers Tour
      2:00 pm-4:45 pm
      2023.02.20

      Join Jersey War Tours and visit WW2 bunkers, which are not usually open to the public.

      JWT will show you how Jersey was made into an impregnable fortress and help you appreciate what the Third Reich was able to create with slave labour.

      The tour is also a perfect complement to understanding the history of the D-Day invasion, which took place less than 30 miles away.

      £35pp or you can go private for £175 for up to 7 people (just select the “book entire tour option”).

    • Bunkers at Night Tour
      7:00 pm-9:00 pm
      2023.02.20-2023.05.12

      See Jersey’s military heritage in a new light and help to support a non-profit organisation!

      Evening tours of bunkers offer an unforgettable atmosphere when exploring.

      We will visit sites not open to the public and places not visited by any of the commercial tours. Become a temporary member of the team and see how Jersey was made into an impregnable fortress!

      £25pp or you can go private for £150 for up to 7 people (just select the “book entire tour option”).

      Evenings 19:00 – 21:45 (ish)

      Bookings are only accepted online – Book early to avoid disappointment.

    • Hit the Road
      8:00 pm-9:30 pm
      2023.02.20

      https://youtu.be/6PTz6Dzsv6A

      This Iranian roadtrip comedy-drama centres around a family driving to Turkey in order to smuggle their adult son across the border. As they cross the rugged landscape and fuss over their sick dog, secrets are revealed, and family struggles come to light. A complex mix between heartwarming drama and dark humour.

      JFS Members may reserve a seat in advance at the Box Office.

      Non members: £7.50 (£5 students)

21
  • Vibrant Jersey Weddings
    All day
    2023.02.21-2023.04.03

    Just engaged? Looking to plan for your wedding? Once the thrill of becoming engaged has sunk in and you are able to peel your eyes away from the new addition on your finger, (well just for a second or two), it`s time to start making some very important decisions to kick start the planning of your dream day. We have listed many of our local suppliers & services below, to help you plan your big day.

    We highly recommend that you try to book well in advance, especially the services that are most important to you, as these will get booked up very quickly.

    Some things to consider in planning your Wedding can be found HERE

    For a comprehensive list of suppliers for your wedding planning, click HERE

  • Trade Roots
    10:00 am-4:00 pm
    2023.02.21-2024.06.17

    This new exhibition at Jersey Museum examines the evidence of the Island’s involvement in the transatlantic slave trade, including Jersey’s Lieutenant-Governor Sir George Carteret who was a founder member of the Royal Africa Company that traded in ivory, gold and enslaved people in the 17th century; Captain François Messervy of Jersey who was killed in 1722 during an uprising on board his slave ship off the coast of Africa; and Jersey trader Josué Mauger who in 1752 advertised enslaved people for sale in Nova Scotia, Canada, where his business was based.

    The exhibition is in the Victorian House at Jersey Museum, with its impressive mahogany staircase, because new research has shown that the house was built partly on the profits of the transatlantic slave trade. ‘Trade Roots’ explores Jersey’s historic links to slavery, from Islanders who owned mahogany plantations overseas and traded in slave-produced goods, to those who campaigned for the abolition of slavery.

    Thought-provoking, and at times challenging, this exhibition exposes some uncomfortable new stories from Jersey’s past and examines the legacy and impact of transatlantic slavery on the Island’s community today.

    Images:

    1. The statue of Sir George Carteret was covered in red paint during the Black Lives Matter demonstrations of 2020.
    2. Jerseyman Joshua Mauger advertised enslaved people for sale in Nova Scotia in 1752.
    3. Enslaved labour was used to harvest mahogany for staircases and furniture in Jersey properties such as the Victorian House.

     

  • JTGA Royal Square Free Walks, Talks and Events
    12:00 pm-2:00 pm
    2023.02.21

    A celebraton of International Tourist Guide Day with free walks, talks and other events.

    You can just turn up and wander around for these events, but some are also bookable on eventbrite, just search ‘JTGA’

    Here’s a few of the things going on

    Short walk about the anti French riots with Clive Jones

    Talk with a painting of the Death of Pierson with Martin Walton

    Short walk Features of the Royal Square various

    Birding with Neil Singleton

    Static display Le Hocq tower

    The old market place with Sue Gorin

    More of the market with native Jèrriais speaker Dacia Diggle

    20 minute visit to the Town Church with Jean Treleven

    Static display Ceremonial Doors Various

  • WW2 Bunkers Tour
    2:00 pm-4:45 pm
    2023.02.21

    Join Jersey War Tours and visit WW2 bunkers, which are not usually open to the public.

    JWT will show you how Jersey was made into an impregnable fortress and help you appreciate what the Third Reich was able to create with slave labour.

    The tour is also a perfect complement to understanding the history of the D-Day invasion, which took place less than 30 miles away.

    £35pp or you can go private for £175 for up to 7 people (just select the “book entire tour option”).

  • Bunkers at Night Tour
    7:00 pm-9:00 pm
    2023.02.21-2023.05.13

    See Jersey’s military heritage in a new light and help to support a non-profit organisation!

    Evening tours of bunkers offer an unforgettable atmosphere when exploring.

    We will visit sites not open to the public and places not visited by any of the commercial tours. Become a temporary member of the team and see how Jersey was made into an impregnable fortress!

    £25pp or you can go private for £150 for up to 7 people (just select the “book entire tour option”).

    Evenings 19:00 – 21:45 (ish)

    Bookings are only accepted online – Book early to avoid disappointment.

  • More events
    • Vibrant Jersey Weddings
      All day
      2023.02.21-2023.04.03

      Just engaged? Looking to plan for your wedding? Once the thrill of becoming engaged has sunk in and you are able to peel your eyes away from the new addition on your finger, (well just for a second or two), it`s time to start making some very important decisions to kick start the planning of your dream day. We have listed many of our local suppliers & services below, to help you plan your big day.

      We highly recommend that you try to book well in advance, especially the services that are most important to you, as these will get booked up very quickly.

      Some things to consider in planning your Wedding can be found HERE

      For a comprehensive list of suppliers for your wedding planning, click HERE

    • Trade Roots
      10:00 am-4:00 pm
      2023.02.21-2024.06.17

      This new exhibition at Jersey Museum examines the evidence of the Island’s involvement in the transatlantic slave trade, including Jersey’s Lieutenant-Governor Sir George Carteret who was a founder member of the Royal Africa Company that traded in ivory, gold and enslaved people in the 17th century; Captain François Messervy of Jersey who was killed in 1722 during an uprising on board his slave ship off the coast of Africa; and Jersey trader Josué Mauger who in 1752 advertised enslaved people for sale in Nova Scotia, Canada, where his business was based.

      The exhibition is in the Victorian House at Jersey Museum, with its impressive mahogany staircase, because new research has shown that the house was built partly on the profits of the transatlantic slave trade. ‘Trade Roots’ explores Jersey’s historic links to slavery, from Islanders who owned mahogany plantations overseas and traded in slave-produced goods, to those who campaigned for the abolition of slavery.

      Thought-provoking, and at times challenging, this exhibition exposes some uncomfortable new stories from Jersey’s past and examines the legacy and impact of transatlantic slavery on the Island’s community today.

      Images:

      1. The statue of Sir George Carteret was covered in red paint during the Black Lives Matter demonstrations of 2020.
      2. Jerseyman Joshua Mauger advertised enslaved people for sale in Nova Scotia in 1752.
      3. Enslaved labour was used to harvest mahogany for staircases and furniture in Jersey properties such as the Victorian House.

       

    • JTGA Royal Square Free Walks, Talks and Events
      12:00 pm-2:00 pm
      2023.02.21

      A celebraton of International Tourist Guide Day with free walks, talks and other events.

      You can just turn up and wander around for these events, but some are also bookable on eventbrite, just search ‘JTGA’

      Here’s a few of the things going on

      Short walk about the anti French riots with Clive Jones

      Talk with a painting of the Death of Pierson with Martin Walton

      Short walk Features of the Royal Square various

      Birding with Neil Singleton

      Static display Le Hocq tower

      The old market place with Sue Gorin

      More of the market with native Jèrriais speaker Dacia Diggle

      20 minute visit to the Town Church with Jean Treleven

      Static display Ceremonial Doors Various

    • WW2 Bunkers Tour
      2:00 pm-4:45 pm
      2023.02.21

      Join Jersey War Tours and visit WW2 bunkers, which are not usually open to the public.

      JWT will show you how Jersey was made into an impregnable fortress and help you appreciate what the Third Reich was able to create with slave labour.

      The tour is also a perfect complement to understanding the history of the D-Day invasion, which took place less than 30 miles away.

      £35pp or you can go private for £175 for up to 7 people (just select the “book entire tour option”).

    • Bunkers at Night Tour
      7:00 pm-9:00 pm
      2023.02.21-2023.05.13

      See Jersey’s military heritage in a new light and help to support a non-profit organisation!

      Evening tours of bunkers offer an unforgettable atmosphere when exploring.

      We will visit sites not open to the public and places not visited by any of the commercial tours. Become a temporary member of the team and see how Jersey was made into an impregnable fortress!

      £25pp or you can go private for £150 for up to 7 people (just select the “book entire tour option”).

      Evenings 19:00 – 21:45 (ish)

      Bookings are only accepted online – Book early to avoid disappointment.

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  • Vibrant Jersey Weddings
    All day
    2023.02.22-2023.04.04

    Just engaged? Looking to plan for your wedding? Once the thrill of becoming engaged has sunk in and you are able to peel your eyes away from the new addition on your finger, (well just for a second or two), it`s time to start making some very important decisions to kick start the planning of your dream day. We have listed many of our local suppliers & services below, to help you plan your big day.

    We highly recommend that you try to book well in advance, especially the services that are most important to you, as these will get booked up very quickly.

    Some things to consider in planning your Wedding can be found HERE

    For a comprehensive list of suppliers for your wedding planning, click HERE

  • Trade Roots
    10:00 am-4:00 pm
    2023.02.22-2024.06.18

    This new exhibition at Jersey Museum examines the evidence of the Island’s involvement in the transatlantic slave trade, including Jersey’s Lieutenant-Governor Sir George Carteret who was a founder member of the Royal Africa Company that traded in ivory, gold and enslaved people in the 17th century; Captain François Messervy of Jersey who was killed in 1722 during an uprising on board his slave ship off the coast of Africa; and Jersey trader Josué Mauger who in 1752 advertised enslaved people for sale in Nova Scotia, Canada, where his business was based.

    The exhibition is in the Victorian House at Jersey Museum, with its impressive mahogany staircase, because new research has shown that the house was built partly on the profits of the transatlantic slave trade. ‘Trade Roots’ explores Jersey’s historic links to slavery, from Islanders who owned mahogany plantations overseas and traded in slave-produced goods, to those who campaigned for the abolition of slavery.

    Thought-provoking, and at times challenging, this exhibition exposes some uncomfortable new stories from Jersey’s past and examines the legacy and impact of transatlantic slavery on the Island’s community today.

    Images:

    1. The statue of Sir George Carteret was covered in red paint during the Black Lives Matter demonstrations of 2020.
    2. Jerseyman Joshua Mauger advertised enslaved people for sale in Nova Scotia in 1752.
    3. Enslaved labour was used to harvest mahogany for staircases and furniture in Jersey properties such as the Victorian House.

     

  • Mont Orgueil Castle Tour
    11:00 am-12:00 pm
    2023.02.22

    TOUR TIMES

    Tours last approx. 1 hour

    Mondays 11am

    Wednesdays 11am

    Thursdays 11am

    Fridays 11am

    Saturdays, please call ahead to confirm todays tour start time.

    Sundays 11am

    Our tours are free of charge (normal entry fee applies).

    Tours are subject to change, please call the Castle on +44 (0)1534 853 292 to confirm the site tour is going ahead.

  • Hamptonne Tour
    11:15 am-12:15 pm
    2023.02.22

    Tour times

    Tours last approx. 1 hour

    Wednesdays 11.15am (no tour on 15 November)

    Thursdays 11.15am

    Fridays from 18 November at 11.15am (no tour on 30 December)

    Our tours are free of charge (normal entry fee applies).

    Tours are subject to change, please call Hamptonne on +44 (0) 1534 863 955 to confirm the site tour is going ahead.

  • WW2 Bunkers Tour
    2:00 pm-4:45 pm
    2023.02.22

    Join Jersey War Tours and visit WW2 bunkers, which are not usually open to the public.

    JWT will show you how Jersey was made into an impregnable fortress and help you appreciate what the Third Reich was able to create with slave labour.

    The tour is also a perfect complement to understanding the history of the D-Day invasion, which took place less than 30 miles away.

    £35pp or you can go private for £175 for up to 7 people (just select the “book entire tour option”).

  • Annie JR
    7:00 pm-9:00 pm
    2023.02.22-2023.02.25

    A little orphan thinks she’s hit the jackpot when she’s invited to spend Christmas in the mansion of the richest man in New York, Oliver Warbucks. But horrible Miss Hannigan and her good for nothing brother Rooster see the chance to run the scam of a lifetime. Annie will need all her pluck and courage to beat the dastardly duo and find her happy ever after with the family she’s always longed for.

    Featuring a cast of 70 amazing young performers this is your chance to escape the Hard Knock Life, cruise along Easy Street, find that You’re Never Fully Dressed Without a Smile and remember that the sun will always come out Tomorrow.

    A brilliant evening of entertainment for all the family.

    This amateur production is presented by arrangement with Music Theatre International

    • 22 FEBRUARY – 25 FEBRUARY 7PM (SATURDAY 25 FEBRUARY 3PM + 7PM)
  • Bunkers at Night Tour
    7:00 pm-9:00 pm
    2023.02.22-2023.05.14

    See Jersey’s military heritage in a new light and help to support a non-profit organisation!

    Evening tours of bunkers offer an unforgettable atmosphere when exploring.

    We will visit sites not open to the public and places not visited by any of the commercial tours. Become a temporary member of the team and see how Jersey was made into an impregnable fortress!

    £25pp or you can go private for £150 for up to 7 people (just select the “book entire tour option”).

    Evenings 19:00 – 21:45 (ish)

    Bookings are only accepted online – Book early to avoid disappointment.

  • More events
    • Vibrant Jersey Weddings
      All day
      2023.02.22-2023.04.04

      Just engaged? Looking to plan for your wedding? Once the thrill of becoming engaged has sunk in and you are able to peel your eyes away from the new addition on your finger, (well just for a second or two), it`s time to start making some very important decisions to kick start the planning of your dream day. We have listed many of our local suppliers & services below, to help you plan your big day.

      We highly recommend that you try to book well in advance, especially the services that are most important to you, as these will get booked up very quickly.

      Some things to consider in planning your Wedding can be found HERE

      For a comprehensive list of suppliers for your wedding planning, click HERE

    • Trade Roots
      10:00 am-4:00 pm
      2023.02.22-2024.06.18

      This new exhibition at Jersey Museum examines the evidence of the Island’s involvement in the transatlantic slave trade, including Jersey’s Lieutenant-Governor Sir George Carteret who was a founder member of the Royal Africa Company that traded in ivory, gold and enslaved people in the 17th century; Captain François Messervy of Jersey who was killed in 1722 during an uprising on board his slave ship off the coast of Africa; and Jersey trader Josué Mauger who in 1752 advertised enslaved people for sale in Nova Scotia, Canada, where his business was based.

      The exhibition is in the Victorian House at Jersey Museum, with its impressive mahogany staircase, because new research has shown that the house was built partly on the profits of the transatlantic slave trade. ‘Trade Roots’ explores Jersey’s historic links to slavery, from Islanders who owned mahogany plantations overseas and traded in slave-produced goods, to those who campaigned for the abolition of slavery.

      Thought-provoking, and at times challenging, this exhibition exposes some uncomfortable new stories from Jersey’s past and examines the legacy and impact of transatlantic slavery on the Island’s community today.

      Images:

      1. The statue of Sir George Carteret was covered in red paint during the Black Lives Matter demonstrations of 2020.
      2. Jerseyman Joshua Mauger advertised enslaved people for sale in Nova Scotia in 1752.
      3. Enslaved labour was used to harvest mahogany for staircases and furniture in Jersey properties such as the Victorian House.

       

    • Mont Orgueil Castle Tour
      11:00 am-12:00 pm
      2023.02.22

      TOUR TIMES

      Tours last approx. 1 hour

      Mondays 11am

      Wednesdays 11am

      Thursdays 11am

      Fridays 11am

      Saturdays, please call ahead to confirm todays tour start time.

      Sundays 11am

      Our tours are free of charge (normal entry fee applies).

      Tours are subject to change, please call the Castle on +44 (0)1534 853 292 to confirm the site tour is going ahead.

    • Hamptonne Tour
      11:15 am-12:15 pm
      2023.02.22

      Tour times

      Tours last approx. 1 hour

      Wednesdays 11.15am (no tour on 15 November)

      Thursdays 11.15am

      Fridays from 18 November at 11.15am (no tour on 30 December)

      Our tours are free of charge (normal entry fee applies).

      Tours are subject to change, please call Hamptonne on +44 (0) 1534 863 955 to confirm the site tour is going ahead.

    • WW2 Bunkers Tour
      2:00 pm-4:45 pm
      2023.02.22

      Join Jersey War Tours and visit WW2 bunkers, which are not usually open to the public.

      JWT will show you how Jersey was made into an impregnable fortress and help you appreciate what the Third Reich was able to create with slave labour.

      The tour is also a perfect complement to understanding the history of the D-Day invasion, which took place less than 30 miles away.

      £35pp or you can go private for £175 for up to 7 people (just select the “book entire tour option”).

    • Annie JR
      7:00 pm-9:00 pm
      2023.02.22-2023.02.25

      A little orphan thinks she’s hit the jackpot when she’s invited to spend Christmas in the mansion of the richest man in New York, Oliver Warbucks. But horrible Miss Hannigan and her good for nothing brother Rooster see the chance to run the scam of a lifetime. Annie will need all her pluck and courage to beat the dastardly duo and find her happy ever after with the family she’s always longed for.

      Featuring a cast of 70 amazing young performers this is your chance to escape the Hard Knock Life, cruise along Easy Street, find that You’re Never Fully Dressed Without a Smile and remember that the sun will always come out Tomorrow.

      A brilliant evening of entertainment for all the family.

      This amateur production is presented by arrangement with Music Theatre International

      • 22 FEBRUARY – 25 FEBRUARY 7PM (SATURDAY 25 FEBRUARY 3PM + 7PM)
    • Bunkers at Night Tour
      7:00 pm-9:00 pm
      2023.02.22-2023.05.14

      See Jersey’s military heritage in a new light and help to support a non-profit organisation!

      Evening tours of bunkers offer an unforgettable atmosphere when exploring.

      We will visit sites not open to the public and places not visited by any of the commercial tours. Become a temporary member of the team and see how Jersey was made into an impregnable fortress!

      £25pp or you can go private for £150 for up to 7 people (just select the “book entire tour option”).

      Evenings 19:00 – 21:45 (ish)

      Bookings are only accepted online – Book early to avoid disappointment.

23
  • Vibrant Jersey Weddings
    All day
    2023.02.23-2023.04.05

    Just engaged? Looking to plan for your wedding? Once the thrill of becoming engaged has sunk in and you are able to peel your eyes away from the new addition on your finger, (well just for a second or two), it`s time to start making some very important decisions to kick start the planning of your dream day. We have listed many of our local suppliers & services below, to help you plan your big day.

    We highly recommend that you try to book well in advance, especially the services that are most important to you, as these will get booked up very quickly.

    Some things to consider in planning your Wedding can be found HERE

    For a comprehensive list of suppliers for your wedding planning, click HERE

  • Trade Roots
    10:00 am-4:00 pm
    2023.02.23-2024.06.19

    This new exhibition at Jersey Museum examines the evidence of the Island’s involvement in the transatlantic slave trade, including Jersey’s Lieutenant-Governor Sir George Carteret who was a founder member of the Royal Africa Company that traded in ivory, gold and enslaved people in the 17th century; Captain François Messervy of Jersey who was killed in 1722 during an uprising on board his slave ship off the coast of Africa; and Jersey trader Josué Mauger who in 1752 advertised enslaved people for sale in Nova Scotia, Canada, where his business was based.

    The exhibition is in the Victorian House at Jersey Museum, with its impressive mahogany staircase, because new research has shown that the house was built partly on the profits of the transatlantic slave trade. ‘Trade Roots’ explores Jersey’s historic links to slavery, from Islanders who owned mahogany plantations overseas and traded in slave-produced goods, to those who campaigned for the abolition of slavery.

    Thought-provoking, and at times challenging, this exhibition exposes some uncomfortable new stories from Jersey’s past and examines the legacy and impact of transatlantic slavery on the Island’s community today.

    Images:

    1. The statue of Sir George Carteret was covered in red paint during the Black Lives Matter demonstrations of 2020.
    2. Jerseyman Joshua Mauger advertised enslaved people for sale in Nova Scotia in 1752.
    3. Enslaved labour was used to harvest mahogany for staircases and furniture in Jersey properties such as the Victorian House.

     

  • Mont Orgueil Castle Tour
    11:00 am-12:00 pm
    2023.02.23

    TOUR TIMES

    Tours last approx. 1 hour

    Mondays 11am

    Wednesdays 11am

    Thursdays 11am

    Fridays 11am

    Saturdays, please call ahead to confirm todays tour start time.

    Sundays 11am

    Our tours are free of charge (normal entry fee applies).

    Tours are subject to change, please call the Castle on +44 (0)1534 853 292 to confirm the site tour is going ahead.

  • Hamptonne Tour
    11:15 am-12:15 pm
    2023.02.23

    Tour times

    Tours last approx. 1 hour

    Wednesdays 11.15am (no tour on 15 November)

    Thursdays 11.15am

    Fridays from 18 November at 11.15am (no tour on 30 December)

    Our tours are free of charge (normal entry fee applies).

    Tours are subject to change, please call Hamptonne on +44 (0) 1534 863 955 to confirm the site tour is going ahead.

  • WW2 Bunkers Tour
    2:00 pm-4:45 pm
    2023.02.23

    Join Jersey War Tours and visit WW2 bunkers, which are not usually open to the public.

    JWT will show you how Jersey was made into an impregnable fortress and help you appreciate what the Third Reich was able to create with slave labour.

    The tour is also a perfect complement to understanding the history of the D-Day invasion, which took place less than 30 miles away.

    £35pp or you can go private for £175 for up to 7 people (just select the “book entire tour option”).

  • Annie JR
    7:00 pm-9:00 pm
    2023.02.23-2023.02.26

    A little orphan thinks she’s hit the jackpot when she’s invited to spend Christmas in the mansion of the richest man in New York, Oliver Warbucks. But horrible Miss Hannigan and her good for nothing brother Rooster see the chance to run the scam of a lifetime. Annie will need all her pluck and courage to beat the dastardly duo and find her happy ever after with the family she’s always longed for.

    Featuring a cast of 70 amazing young performers this is your chance to escape the Hard Knock Life, cruise along Easy Street, find that You’re Never Fully Dressed Without a Smile and remember that the sun will always come out Tomorrow.

    A brilliant evening of entertainment for all the family.

    This amateur production is presented by arrangement with Music Theatre International

    • 22 FEBRUARY – 25 FEBRUARY 7PM (SATURDAY 25 FEBRUARY 3PM + 7PM)
  • Bunkers at Night Tour
    7:00 pm-9:00 pm
    2023.02.23-2023.05.15

    See Jersey’s military heritage in a new light and help to support a non-profit organisation!

    Evening tours of bunkers offer an unforgettable atmosphere when exploring.

    We will visit sites not open to the public and places not visited by any of the commercial tours. Become a temporary member of the team and see how Jersey was made into an impregnable fortress!

    £25pp or you can go private for £150 for up to 7 people (just select the “book entire tour option”).

    Evenings 19:00 – 21:45 (ish)

    Bookings are only accepted online – Book early to avoid disappointment.

  • More events
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      All day
      2023.02.23-2023.04.05

      Just engaged? Looking to plan for your wedding? Once the thrill of becoming engaged has sunk in and you are able to peel your eyes away from the new addition on your finger, (well just for a second or two), it`s time to start making some very important decisions to kick start the planning of your dream day. We have listed many of our local suppliers & services below, to help you plan your big day.

      We highly recommend that you try to book well in advance, especially the services that are most important to you, as these will get booked up very quickly.

      Some things to consider in planning your Wedding can be found HERE

      For a comprehensive list of suppliers for your wedding planning, click HERE

    • Trade Roots
      10:00 am-4:00 pm
      2023.02.23-2024.06.19

      This new exhibition at Jersey Museum examines the evidence of the Island’s involvement in the transatlantic slave trade, including Jersey’s Lieutenant-Governor Sir George Carteret who was a founder member of the Royal Africa Company that traded in ivory, gold and enslaved people in the 17th century; Captain François Messervy of Jersey who was killed in 1722 during an uprising on board his slave ship off the coast of Africa; and Jersey trader Josué Mauger who in 1752 advertised enslaved people for sale in Nova Scotia, Canada, where his business was based.

      The exhibition is in the Victorian House at Jersey Museum, with its impressive mahogany staircase, because new research has shown that the house was built partly on the profits of the transatlantic slave trade. ‘Trade Roots’ explores Jersey’s historic links to slavery, from Islanders who owned mahogany plantations overseas and traded in slave-produced goods, to those who campaigned for the abolition of slavery.

      Thought-provoking, and at times challenging, this exhibition exposes some uncomfortable new stories from Jersey’s past and examines the legacy and impact of transatlantic slavery on the Island’s community today.

      Images:

      1. The statue of Sir George Carteret was covered in red paint during the Black Lives Matter demonstrations of 2020.
      2. Jerseyman Joshua Mauger advertised enslaved people for sale in Nova Scotia in 1752.
      3. Enslaved labour was used to harvest mahogany for staircases and furniture in Jersey properties such as the Victorian House.

       

    • Mont Orgueil Castle Tour
      11:00 am-12:00 pm
      2023.02.23

      TOUR TIMES

      Tours last approx. 1 hour

      Mondays 11am

      Wednesdays 11am

      Thursdays 11am

      Fridays 11am

      Saturdays, please call ahead to confirm todays tour start time.

      Sundays 11am

      Our tours are free of charge (normal entry fee applies).

      Tours are subject to change, please call the Castle on +44 (0)1534 853 292 to confirm the site tour is going ahead.

    • Hamptonne Tour
      11:15 am-12:15 pm
      2023.02.23

      Tour times

      Tours last approx. 1 hour

      Wednesdays 11.15am (no tour on 15 November)

      Thursdays 11.15am

      Fridays from 18 November at 11.15am (no tour on 30 December)

      Our tours are free of charge (normal entry fee applies).

      Tours are subject to change, please call Hamptonne on +44 (0) 1534 863 955 to confirm the site tour is going ahead.

    • WW2 Bunkers Tour
      2:00 pm-4:45 pm
      2023.02.23

      Join Jersey War Tours and visit WW2 bunkers, which are not usually open to the public.

      JWT will show you how Jersey was made into an impregnable fortress and help you appreciate what the Third Reich was able to create with slave labour.

      The tour is also a perfect complement to understanding the history of the D-Day invasion, which took place less than 30 miles away.

      £35pp or you can go private for £175 for up to 7 people (just select the “book entire tour option”).

    • Annie JR
      7:00 pm-9:00 pm
      2023.02.23-2023.02.26

      A little orphan thinks she’s hit the jackpot when she’s invited to spend Christmas in the mansion of the richest man in New York, Oliver Warbucks. But horrible Miss Hannigan and her good for nothing brother Rooster see the chance to run the scam of a lifetime. Annie will need all her pluck and courage to beat the dastardly duo and find her happy ever after with the family she’s always longed for.

      Featuring a cast of 70 amazing young performers this is your chance to escape the Hard Knock Life, cruise along Easy Street, find that You’re Never Fully Dressed Without a Smile and remember that the sun will always come out Tomorrow.

      A brilliant evening of entertainment for all the family.

      This amateur production is presented by arrangement with Music Theatre International

      • 22 FEBRUARY – 25 FEBRUARY 7PM (SATURDAY 25 FEBRUARY 3PM + 7PM)
    • Bunkers at Night Tour
      7:00 pm-9:00 pm
      2023.02.23-2023.05.15

      See Jersey’s military heritage in a new light and help to support a non-profit organisation!

      Evening tours of bunkers offer an unforgettable atmosphere when exploring.

      We will visit sites not open to the public and places not visited by any of the commercial tours. Become a temporary member of the team and see how Jersey was made into an impregnable fortress!

      £25pp or you can go private for £150 for up to 7 people (just select the “book entire tour option”).

      Evenings 19:00 – 21:45 (ish)

      Bookings are only accepted online – Book early to avoid disappointment.

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  • Vibrant Jersey Weddings
    All day
    2023.02.24-2023.04.06

    Just engaged? Looking to plan for your wedding? Once the thrill of becoming engaged has sunk in and you are able to peel your eyes away from the new addition on your finger, (well just for a second or two), it`s time to start making some very important decisions to kick start the planning of your dream day. We have listed many of our local suppliers & services below, to help you plan your big day.

    We highly recommend that you try to book well in advance, especially the services that are most important to you, as these will get booked up very quickly.

    Some things to consider in planning your Wedding can be found HERE

    For a comprehensive list of suppliers for your wedding planning, click HERE

  • Trade Roots
    10:00 am-4:00 pm
    2023.02.24-2024.06.20

    This new exhibition at Jersey Museum examines the evidence of the Island’s involvement in the transatlantic slave trade, including Jersey’s Lieutenant-Governor Sir George Carteret who was a founder member of the Royal Africa Company that traded in ivory, gold and enslaved people in the 17th century; Captain François Messervy of Jersey who was killed in 1722 during an uprising on board his slave ship off the coast of Africa; and Jersey trader Josué Mauger who in 1752 advertised enslaved people for sale in Nova Scotia, Canada, where his business was based.

    The exhibition is in the Victorian House at Jersey Museum, with its impressive mahogany staircase, because new research has shown that the house was built partly on the profits of the transatlantic slave trade. ‘Trade Roots’ explores Jersey’s historic links to slavery, from Islanders who owned mahogany plantations overseas and traded in slave-produced goods, to those who campaigned for the abolition of slavery.

    Thought-provoking, and at times challenging, this exhibition exposes some uncomfortable new stories from Jersey’s past and examines the legacy and impact of transatlantic slavery on the Island’s community today.

    Images:

    1. The statue of Sir George Carteret was covered in red paint during the Black Lives Matter demonstrations of 2020.
    2. Jerseyman Joshua Mauger advertised enslaved people for sale in Nova Scotia in 1752.
    3. Enslaved labour was used to harvest mahogany for staircases and furniture in Jersey properties such as the Victorian House.

     

  • Mont Orgueil Castle Tour
    11:00 am-12:00 pm
    2023.02.24

    TOUR TIMES

    Tours last approx. 1 hour

    Mondays 11am

    Wednesdays 11am

    Thursdays 11am

    Fridays 11am

    Saturdays, please call ahead to confirm todays tour start time.

    Sundays 11am

    Our tours are free of charge (normal entry fee applies).

    Tours are subject to change, please call the Castle on +44 (0)1534 853 292 to confirm the site tour is going ahead.

  • Hamptonne Tour
    11:15 am-12:15 pm
    2023.02.24

    Tour times

    Tours last approx. 1 hour

    Wednesdays 11.15am (no tour on 15 November)

    Thursdays 11.15am

    Fridays from 18 November at 11.15am (no tour on 30 December)

    Our tours are free of charge (normal entry fee applies).

    Tours are subject to change, please call Hamptonne on +44 (0) 1534 863 955 to confirm the site tour is going ahead.

  • WW2 Bunkers Tour
    2:00 pm-4:45 pm
    2023.02.24

    Join Jersey War Tours and visit WW2 bunkers, which are not usually open to the public.

    JWT will show you how Jersey was made into an impregnable fortress and help you appreciate what the Third Reich was able to create with slave labour.

    The tour is also a perfect complement to understanding the history of the D-Day invasion, which took place less than 30 miles away.

    £35pp or you can go private for £175 for up to 7 people (just select the “book entire tour option”).

  • Annie JR
    7:00 pm-9:00 pm
    2023.02.24-2023.02.27

    A little orphan thinks she’s hit the jackpot when she’s invited to spend Christmas in the mansion of the richest man in New York, Oliver Warbucks. But horrible Miss Hannigan and her good for nothing brother Rooster see the chance to run the scam of a lifetime. Annie will need all her pluck and courage to beat the dastardly duo and find her happy ever after with the family she’s always longed for.

    Featuring a cast of 70 amazing young performers this is your chance to escape the Hard Knock Life, cruise along Easy Street, find that You’re Never Fully Dressed Without a Smile and remember that the sun will always come out Tomorrow.

    A brilliant evening of entertainment for all the family.

    This amateur production is presented by arrangement with Music Theatre International

    • 22 FEBRUARY – 25 FEBRUARY 7PM (SATURDAY 25 FEBRUARY 3PM + 7PM)
  • Bunkers at Night Tour
    7:00 pm-9:00 pm
    2023.02.24-2023.05.16

    See Jersey’s military heritage in a new light and help to support a non-profit organisation!

    Evening tours of bunkers offer an unforgettable atmosphere when exploring.

    We will visit sites not open to the public and places not visited by any of the commercial tours. Become a temporary member of the team and see how Jersey was made into an impregnable fortress!

    £25pp or you can go private for £150 for up to 7 people (just select the “book entire tour option”).

    Evenings 19:00 – 21:45 (ish)

    Bookings are only accepted online – Book early to avoid disappointment.

  • Brian White / Tim Horsfall Jazz Quintet – Friday Night Jazz!
    8:00 pm-10:30 pm
    2023.02.24-2024.01.05

    The Savoy Jersey, Roberto Jazz Bar

    8.00 – 10.30

    The Quintet comprises of the leading credible jazz musicians in Jersey and has become the cornerstone of Jazz in Jersey. The Band is in its 14 year of residency at the Savoy.

    Performing a selection of Blue Note Record favourites by the greatest Jazz musicians and composers, including Duke Pearson, Miles Davis, Herbie Hancock, Hank Mobley, Lee Morgan, Stanley Turrentine, and Freddie Hubbard.

    Piano – Tim Horsfall
    String Bass – Adam Marshall
    Drums – Chris Sparkes

    Tenor Saxophone – Dave Andre
    Trumpet – Brian White

    Free entry but don’t forget to make a reservation to avoid missing out on this unique experience, as space is limited.

    ☎️ 01534 727521

    📧 [email protected]

  • More events
    • Vibrant Jersey Weddings
      All day
      2023.02.24-2023.04.06

      Just engaged? Looking to plan for your wedding? Once the thrill of becoming engaged has sunk in and you are able to peel your eyes away from the new addition on your finger, (well just for a second or two), it`s time to start making some very important decisions to kick start the planning of your dream day. We have listed many of our local suppliers & services below, to help you plan your big day.

      We highly recommend that you try to book well in advance, especially the services that are most important to you, as these will get booked up very quickly.

      Some things to consider in planning your Wedding can be found HERE

      For a comprehensive list of suppliers for your wedding planning, click HERE

    • Trade Roots
      10:00 am-4:00 pm
      2023.02.24-2024.06.20

      This new exhibition at Jersey Museum examines the evidence of the Island’s involvement in the transatlantic slave trade, including Jersey’s Lieutenant-Governor Sir George Carteret who was a founder member of the Royal Africa Company that traded in ivory, gold and enslaved people in the 17th century; Captain François Messervy of Jersey who was killed in 1722 during an uprising on board his slave ship off the coast of Africa; and Jersey trader Josué Mauger who in 1752 advertised enslaved people for sale in Nova Scotia, Canada, where his business was based.

      The exhibition is in the Victorian House at Jersey Museum, with its impressive mahogany staircase, because new research has shown that the house was built partly on the profits of the transatlantic slave trade. ‘Trade Roots’ explores Jersey’s historic links to slavery, from Islanders who owned mahogany plantations overseas and traded in slave-produced goods, to those who campaigned for the abolition of slavery.

      Thought-provoking, and at times challenging, this exhibition exposes some uncomfortable new stories from Jersey’s past and examines the legacy and impact of transatlantic slavery on the Island’s community today.

      Images:

      1. The statue of Sir George Carteret was covered in red paint during the Black Lives Matter demonstrations of 2020.
      2. Jerseyman Joshua Mauger advertised enslaved people for sale in Nova Scotia in 1752.
      3. Enslaved labour was used to harvest mahogany for staircases and furniture in Jersey properties such as the Victorian House.

       

    • Mont Orgueil Castle Tour
      11:00 am-12:00 pm
      2023.02.24

      TOUR TIMES

      Tours last approx. 1 hour

      Mondays 11am

      Wednesdays 11am

      Thursdays 11am

      Fridays 11am

      Saturdays, please call ahead to confirm todays tour start time.

      Sundays 11am

      Our tours are free of charge (normal entry fee applies).

      Tours are subject to change, please call the Castle on +44 (0)1534 853 292 to confirm the site tour is going ahead.

    • Hamptonne Tour
      11:15 am-12:15 pm
      2023.02.24

      Tour times

      Tours last approx. 1 hour

      Wednesdays 11.15am (no tour on 15 November)

      Thursdays 11.15am

      Fridays from 18 November at 11.15am (no tour on 30 December)

      Our tours are free of charge (normal entry fee applies).

      Tours are subject to change, please call Hamptonne on +44 (0) 1534 863 955 to confirm the site tour is going ahead.

    • WW2 Bunkers Tour
      2:00 pm-4:45 pm
      2023.02.24

      Join Jersey War Tours and visit WW2 bunkers, which are not usually open to the public.

      JWT will show you how Jersey was made into an impregnable fortress and help you appreciate what the Third Reich was able to create with slave labour.

      The tour is also a perfect complement to understanding the history of the D-Day invasion, which took place less than 30 miles away.

      £35pp or you can go private for £175 for up to 7 people (just select the “book entire tour option”).

    • Annie JR
      7:00 pm-9:00 pm
      2023.02.24-2023.02.27

      A little orphan thinks she’s hit the jackpot when she’s invited to spend Christmas in the mansion of the richest man in New York, Oliver Warbucks. But horrible Miss Hannigan and her good for nothing brother Rooster see the chance to run the scam of a lifetime. Annie will need all her pluck and courage to beat the dastardly duo and find her happy ever after with the family she’s always longed for.

      Featuring a cast of 70 amazing young performers this is your chance to escape the Hard Knock Life, cruise along Easy Street, find that You’re Never Fully Dressed Without a Smile and remember that the sun will always come out Tomorrow.

      A brilliant evening of entertainment for all the family.

      This amateur production is presented by arrangement with Music Theatre International

      • 22 FEBRUARY – 25 FEBRUARY 7PM (SATURDAY 25 FEBRUARY 3PM + 7PM)
    • Bunkers at Night Tour
      7:00 pm-9:00 pm
      2023.02.24-2023.05.16

      See Jersey’s military heritage in a new light and help to support a non-profit organisation!

      Evening tours of bunkers offer an unforgettable atmosphere when exploring.

      We will visit sites not open to the public and places not visited by any of the commercial tours. Become a temporary member of the team and see how Jersey was made into an impregnable fortress!

      £25pp or you can go private for £150 for up to 7 people (just select the “book entire tour option”).

      Evenings 19:00 – 21:45 (ish)

      Bookings are only accepted online – Book early to avoid disappointment.

    • Brian White / Tim Horsfall Jazz Quintet - Friday Night Jazz!
      8:00 pm-10:30 pm
      2023.02.24-2024.01.05

      The Savoy Jersey, Roberto Jazz Bar

      8.00 – 10.30

      The Quintet comprises of the leading credible jazz musicians in Jersey and has become the cornerstone of Jazz in Jersey. The Band is in its 14 year of residency at the Savoy.

      Performing a selection of Blue Note Record favourites by the greatest Jazz musicians and composers, including Duke Pearson, Miles Davis, Herbie Hancock, Hank Mobley, Lee Morgan, Stanley Turrentine, and Freddie Hubbard.

      Piano – Tim Horsfall
      String Bass – Adam Marshall
      Drums – Chris Sparkes

      Tenor Saxophone – Dave Andre
      Trumpet – Brian White

      Free entry but don’t forget to make a reservation to avoid missing out on this unique experience, as space is limited.

      ☎️ 01534 727521

      📧 [email protected]

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  • Vibrant Jersey Weddings
    All day
    2023.02.25-2023.04.07

    Just engaged? Looking to plan for your wedding? Once the thrill of becoming engaged has sunk in and you are able to peel your eyes away from the new addition on your finger, (well just for a second or two), it`s time to start making some very important decisions to kick start the planning of your dream day. We have listed many of our local suppliers & services below, to help you plan your big day.

    We highly recommend that you try to book well in advance, especially the services that are most important to you, as these will get booked up very quickly.

    Some things to consider in planning your Wedding can be found HERE

    For a comprehensive list of suppliers for your wedding planning, click HERE

  • Trade Roots
    10:00 am-4:00 pm
    2023.02.25-2024.06.21

    This new exhibition at Jersey Museum examines the evidence of the Island’s involvement in the transatlantic slave trade, including Jersey’s Lieutenant-Governor Sir George Carteret who was a founder member of the Royal Africa Company that traded in ivory, gold and enslaved people in the 17th century; Captain François Messervy of Jersey who was killed in 1722 during an uprising on board his slave ship off the coast of Africa; and Jersey trader Josué Mauger who in 1752 advertised enslaved people for sale in Nova Scotia, Canada, where his business was based.

    The exhibition is in the Victorian House at Jersey Museum, with its impressive mahogany staircase, because new research has shown that the house was built partly on the profits of the transatlantic slave trade. ‘Trade Roots’ explores Jersey’s historic links to slavery, from Islanders who owned mahogany plantations overseas and traded in slave-produced goods, to those who campaigned for the abolition of slavery.

    Thought-provoking, and at times challenging, this exhibition exposes some uncomfortable new stories from Jersey’s past and examines the legacy and impact of transatlantic slavery on the Island’s community today.

    Images:

    1. The statue of Sir George Carteret was covered in red paint during the Black Lives Matter demonstrations of 2020.
    2. Jerseyman Joshua Mauger advertised enslaved people for sale in Nova Scotia in 1752.
    3. Enslaved labour was used to harvest mahogany for staircases and furniture in Jersey properties such as the Victorian House.

     

  • Jay Morris Spinathon
    11:00 am-5:00 pm
    2023.02.25

    The Jay Morris Spinathon will take place between 11:00 and 17:00 on 25 February at Club Carrefour in St Lawrence.
    This sponsored event is open to anyone willing to spin for an hour slot at Club Carrefour, St Lawrence.
    You are invited to spin to raise funds in memory of Jay Morris, a keen racing cyclist and founder member of the Velo Cycling Club, who died from cancer in 2003 aged 30. We hope that approx 60 people will take part, led by Club Carrefour’s instructors, who give their time free of charge for the event, which is also supported by Mark Pickford Cycles.
    The first event was set up to raise awareness of Jay’s illness and he was due to take part but he died a few weeks before it was scheduled to take place. Since then Jay’s family has organised an annual Spinathon as a tribute to Jay and as a fundraiser for Jersey Hospice Care.
  • Mont Orgueil Castle Tour
    11:00 am-12:00 pm
    2023.02.25

    TOUR TIMES

    Tours last approx. 1 hour

    Mondays 11am

    Wednesdays 11am

    Thursdays 11am

    Fridays 11am

    Saturdays, please call ahead to confirm todays tour start time.

    Sundays 11am

    Our tours are free of charge (normal entry fee applies).

    Tours are subject to change, please call the Castle on +44 (0)1534 853 292 to confirm the site tour is going ahead.

  • WW2 Bunkers Tour
    2:00 pm-4:45 pm
    2023.02.25

    Join Jersey War Tours and visit WW2 bunkers, which are not usually open to the public.

    JWT will show you how Jersey was made into an impregnable fortress and help you appreciate what the Third Reich was able to create with slave labour.

    The tour is also a perfect complement to understanding the history of the D-Day invasion, which took place less than 30 miles away.

    £35pp or you can go private for £175 for up to 7 people (just select the “book entire tour option”).

  • Annie JR
    3:00 pm-5:00 pm
    2023.02.25

    A little orphan thinks she’s hit the jackpot when she’s invited to spend Christmas in the mansion of the richest man in New York, Oliver Warbucks. But horrible Miss Hannigan and her good for nothing brother Rooster see the chance to run the scam of a lifetime. Annie will need all her pluck and courage to beat the dastardly duo and find her happy ever after with the family she’s always longed for.

    Featuring a cast of 70 amazing young performers this is your chance to escape the Hard Knock Life, cruise along Easy Street, find that You’re Never Fully Dressed Without a Smile and remember that the sun will always come out Tomorrow.

    A brilliant evening of entertainment for all the family.

    This amateur production is presented by arrangement with Music Theatre International

    • 22 FEBRUARY – 25 FEBRUARY 7PM (SATURDAY 25 FEBRUARY 3PM + 7PM)
  • Annie JR
    7:00 pm-9:00 pm
    2023.02.25-2023.02.28

    A little orphan thinks she’s hit the jackpot when she’s invited to spend Christmas in the mansion of the richest man in New York, Oliver Warbucks. But horrible Miss Hannigan and her good for nothing brother Rooster see the chance to run the scam of a lifetime. Annie will need all her pluck and courage to beat the dastardly duo and find her happy ever after with the family she’s always longed for.

    Featuring a cast of 70 amazing young performers this is your chance to escape the Hard Knock Life, cruise along Easy Street, find that You’re Never Fully Dressed Without a Smile and remember that the sun will always come out Tomorrow.

    A brilliant evening of entertainment for all the family.

    This amateur production is presented by arrangement with Music Theatre International

    • 22 FEBRUARY – 25 FEBRUARY 7PM (SATURDAY 25 FEBRUARY 3PM + 7PM)
  • Bunkers at Night Tour
    7:00 pm-9:00 pm
    2023.02.25-2023.05.17

    See Jersey’s military heritage in a new light and help to support a non-profit organisation!

    Evening tours of bunkers offer an unforgettable atmosphere when exploring.

    We will visit sites not open to the public and places not visited by any of the commercial tours. Become a temporary member of the team and see how Jersey was made into an impregnable fortress!

    £25pp or you can go private for £150 for up to 7 people (just select the “book entire tour option”).

    Evenings 19:00 – 21:45 (ish)

    Bookings are only accepted online – Book early to avoid disappointment.

  • A LITTLE SOUND — DISRUPTA — CROSSY — VANGUARD — PRESENTS — KILLAHERTZ
    10:00 pm-2:00 am
    2023.02.25-2023.02.26

    tickets (presale running low)
    https://killahertz.eventbrite.co.uk
    ⚡️
    killahertz …
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    a new series from VA dropping the most upfront rave experiences with the biggest artists
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    saturday 25th february , watersplash
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    a little sound
    disrupta
    crossy
    rebound
    dlc
    ⚡️
    room 2 tba soon
    ⚡️
    pre-sale tickets available for 24hrs or when stock sells out (limited numbers)
    25:02:23
    ^ coaches depart lib sq 22:00 return 02:15 onwards
    free birthday guestlist 18+
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    • Vibrant Jersey Weddings
      All day
      2023.02.25-2023.04.07

      Just engaged? Looking to plan for your wedding? Once the thrill of becoming engaged has sunk in and you are able to peel your eyes away from the new addition on your finger, (well just for a second or two), it`s time to start making some very important decisions to kick start the planning of your dream day. We have listed many of our local suppliers & services below, to help you plan your big day.

      We highly recommend that you try to book well in advance, especially the services that are most important to you, as these will get booked up very quickly.

      Some things to consider in planning your Wedding can be found HERE

      For a comprehensive list of suppliers for your wedding planning, click HERE

    • Trade Roots
      10:00 am-4:00 pm
      2023.02.25-2024.06.21

      This new exhibition at Jersey Museum examines the evidence of the Island’s involvement in the transatlantic slave trade, including Jersey’s Lieutenant-Governor Sir George Carteret who was a founder member of the Royal Africa Company that traded in ivory, gold and enslaved people in the 17th century; Captain François Messervy of Jersey who was killed in 1722 during an uprising on board his slave ship off the coast of Africa; and Jersey trader Josué Mauger who in 1752 advertised enslaved people for sale in Nova Scotia, Canada, where his business was based.

      The exhibition is in the Victorian House at Jersey Museum, with its impressive mahogany staircase, because new research has shown that the house was built partly on the profits of the transatlantic slave trade. ‘Trade Roots’ explores Jersey’s historic links to slavery, from Islanders who owned mahogany plantations overseas and traded in slave-produced goods, to those who campaigned for the abolition of slavery.

      Thought-provoking, and at times challenging, this exhibition exposes some uncomfortable new stories from Jersey’s past and examines the legacy and impact of transatlantic slavery on the Island’s community today.

      Images:

      1. The statue of Sir George Carteret was covered in red paint during the Black Lives Matter demonstrations of 2020.
      2. Jerseyman Joshua Mauger advertised enslaved people for sale in Nova Scotia in 1752.
      3. Enslaved labour was used to harvest mahogany for staircases and furniture in Jersey properties such as the Victorian House.

       

    • Jay Morris Spinathon
      11:00 am-5:00 pm
      2023.02.25
      The Jay Morris Spinathon will take place between 11:00 and 17:00 on 25 February at Club Carrefour in St Lawrence.
      This sponsored event is open to anyone willing to spin for an hour slot at Club Carrefour, St Lawrence.
      You are invited to spin to raise funds in memory of Jay Morris, a keen racing cyclist and founder member of the Velo Cycling Club, who died from cancer in 2003 aged 30. We hope that approx 60 people will take part, led by Club Carrefour’s instructors, who give their time free of charge for the event, which is also supported by Mark Pickford Cycles.
      The first event was set up to raise awareness of Jay’s illness and he was due to take part but he died a few weeks before it was scheduled to take place. Since then Jay’s family has organised an annual Spinathon as a tribute to Jay and as a fundraiser for Jersey Hospice Care.
    • Mont Orgueil Castle Tour
      11:00 am-12:00 pm
      2023.02.25

      TOUR TIMES

      Tours last approx. 1 hour

      Mondays 11am

      Wednesdays 11am

      Thursdays 11am

      Fridays 11am

      Saturdays, please call ahead to confirm todays tour start time.

      Sundays 11am

      Our tours are free of charge (normal entry fee applies).

      Tours are subject to change, please call the Castle on +44 (0)1534 853 292 to confirm the site tour is going ahead.

    • WW2 Bunkers Tour
      2:00 pm-4:45 pm
      2023.02.25

      Join Jersey War Tours and visit WW2 bunkers, which are not usually open to the public.

      JWT will show you how Jersey was made into an impregnable fortress and help you appreciate what the Third Reich was able to create with slave labour.

      The tour is also a perfect complement to understanding the history of the D-Day invasion, which took place less than 30 miles away.

      £35pp or you can go private for £175 for up to 7 people (just select the “book entire tour option”).

    • Annie JR
      3:00 pm-5:00 pm
      2023.02.25

      A little orphan thinks she’s hit the jackpot when she’s invited to spend Christmas in the mansion of the richest man in New York, Oliver Warbucks. But horrible Miss Hannigan and her good for nothing brother Rooster see the chance to run the scam of a lifetime. Annie will need all her pluck and courage to beat the dastardly duo and find her happy ever after with the family she’s always longed for.

      Featuring a cast of 70 amazing young performers this is your chance to escape the Hard Knock Life, cruise along Easy Street, find that You’re Never Fully Dressed Without a Smile and remember that the sun will always come out Tomorrow.

      A brilliant evening of entertainment for all the family.

      This amateur production is presented by arrangement with Music Theatre International

      • 22 FEBRUARY – 25 FEBRUARY 7PM (SATURDAY 25 FEBRUARY 3PM + 7PM)
    • Annie JR
      7:00 pm-9:00 pm
      2023.02.25-2023.02.28

      A little orphan thinks she’s hit the jackpot when she’s invited to spend Christmas in the mansion of the richest man in New York, Oliver Warbucks. But horrible Miss Hannigan and her good for nothing brother Rooster see the chance to run the scam of a lifetime. Annie will need all her pluck and courage to beat the dastardly duo and find her happy ever after with the family she’s always longed for.

      Featuring a cast of 70 amazing young performers this is your chance to escape the Hard Knock Life, cruise along Easy Street, find that You’re Never Fully Dressed Without a Smile and remember that the sun will always come out Tomorrow.

      A brilliant evening of entertainment for all the family.

      This amateur production is presented by arrangement with Music Theatre International

      • 22 FEBRUARY – 25 FEBRUARY 7PM (SATURDAY 25 FEBRUARY 3PM + 7PM)
    • Bunkers at Night Tour
      7:00 pm-9:00 pm
      2023.02.25-2023.05.17

      See Jersey’s military heritage in a new light and help to support a non-profit organisation!

      Evening tours of bunkers offer an unforgettable atmosphere when exploring.

      We will visit sites not open to the public and places not visited by any of the commercial tours. Become a temporary member of the team and see how Jersey was made into an impregnable fortress!

      £25pp or you can go private for £150 for up to 7 people (just select the “book entire tour option”).

      Evenings 19:00 – 21:45 (ish)

      Bookings are only accepted online – Book early to avoid disappointment.

    • A LITTLE SOUND -- DISRUPTA -- CROSSY -- VANGUARD -- PRESENTS -- KILLAHERTZ
      10:00 pm-2:00 am
      2023.02.25-2023.02.26
      tickets (presale running low)
      https://killahertz.eventbrite.co.uk
      ⚡️
      killahertz …
      ⚡️
      a new series from VA dropping the most upfront rave experiences with the biggest artists
      ⚡️
      saturday 25th february , watersplash
      ⚡️
      a little sound
      disrupta
      crossy
      rebound
      dlc
      ⚡️
      room 2 tba soon
      ⚡️
      pre-sale tickets available for 24hrs or when stock sells out (limited numbers)
      25:02:23
      ^ coaches depart lib sq 22:00 return 02:15 onwards
      free birthday guestlist 18+
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  • Vibrant Jersey Weddings
    All day
    2023.02.26-2023.04.08

    Just engaged? Looking to plan for your wedding? Once the thrill of becoming engaged has sunk in and you are able to peel your eyes away from the new addition on your finger, (well just for a second or two), it`s time to start making some very important decisions to kick start the planning of your dream day. We have listed many of our local suppliers & services below, to help you plan your big day.

    We highly recommend that you try to book well in advance, especially the services that are most important to you, as these will get booked up very quickly.

    Some things to consider in planning your Wedding can be found HERE

    For a comprehensive list of suppliers for your wedding planning, click HERE

  • Weapons of World War Two Exhibition
    9:30 am-4:30 pm
    2023.02.26

    The Tower is a British 1770’s Defence Tower modified during the Second World War to become a German Anti-Aircraft Bunker.
    It is now used for Pop-Up Exhibitions covering the island’s military history.
    This winter we are going to feature the “Weapons of World War Two Exhibition” with a focus on the Occupation of the Channel Islands.
    The Collection on display will be able to be handled and includes over 30 various types of German and Allied weapons.
    This is a small Exhibition and all funds raised will be invested back into the maintenance of the Tower and other WW2 Projects.
    Due to the size of the bunker, we are limited to small groups so please book online to avoid disappointment.
    Bookings must be made online here: https://bookeo.com/jerseywartours…
  • Trade Roots
    10:00 am-4:00 pm
    2023.02.26-2024.06.22

    This new exhibition at Jersey Museum examines the evidence of the Island’s involvement in the transatlantic slave trade, including Jersey’s Lieutenant-Governor Sir George Carteret who was a founder member of the Royal Africa Company that traded in ivory, gold and enslaved people in the 17th century; Captain François Messervy of Jersey who was killed in 1722 during an uprising on board his slave ship off the coast of Africa; and Jersey trader Josué Mauger who in 1752 advertised enslaved people for sale in Nova Scotia, Canada, where his business was based.

    The exhibition is in the Victorian House at Jersey Museum, with its impressive mahogany staircase, because new research has shown that the house was built partly on the profits of the transatlantic slave trade. ‘Trade Roots’ explores Jersey’s historic links to slavery, from Islanders who owned mahogany plantations overseas and traded in slave-produced goods, to those who campaigned for the abolition of slavery.

    Thought-provoking, and at times challenging, this exhibition exposes some uncomfortable new stories from Jersey’s past and examines the legacy and impact of transatlantic slavery on the Island’s community today.

    Images:

    1. The statue of Sir George Carteret was covered in red paint during the Black Lives Matter demonstrations of 2020.
    2. Jerseyman Joshua Mauger advertised enslaved people for sale in Nova Scotia in 1752.
    3. Enslaved labour was used to harvest mahogany for staircases and furniture in Jersey properties such as the Victorian House.

     

  • Mont Orgueil Castle Tour
    11:00 am-12:00 pm
    2023.02.26

    TOUR TIMES

    Tours last approx. 1 hour

    Mondays 11am

    Wednesdays 11am

    Thursdays 11am

    Fridays 11am

    Saturdays, please call ahead to confirm todays tour start time.

    Sundays 11am

    Our tours are free of charge (normal entry fee applies).

    Tours are subject to change, please call the Castle on +44 (0)1534 853 292 to confirm the site tour is going ahead.

  • More events
    • Vibrant Jersey Weddings
      All day
      2023.02.26-2023.04.08

      Just engaged? Looking to plan for your wedding? Once the thrill of becoming engaged has sunk in and you are able to peel your eyes away from the new addition on your finger, (well just for a second or two), it`s time to start making some very important decisions to kick start the planning of your dream day. We have listed many of our local suppliers & services below, to help you plan your big day.

      We highly recommend that you try to book well in advance, especially the services that are most important to you, as these will get booked up very quickly.

      Some things to consider in planning your Wedding can be found HERE

      For a comprehensive list of suppliers for your wedding planning, click HERE

    • Weapons of World War Two Exhibition
      9:30 am-4:30 pm
      2023.02.26
      The Tower is a British 1770’s Defence Tower modified during the Second World War to become a German Anti-Aircraft Bunker.
      It is now used for Pop-Up Exhibitions covering the island’s military history.
      This winter we are going to feature the “Weapons of World War Two Exhibition” with a focus on the Occupation of the Channel Islands.
      The Collection on display will be able to be handled and includes over 30 various types of German and Allied weapons.
      This is a small Exhibition and all funds raised will be invested back into the maintenance of the Tower and other WW2 Projects.
      Due to the size of the bunker, we are limited to small groups so please book online to avoid disappointment.
      Bookings must be made online here: https://bookeo.com/jerseywartours…
    • Trade Roots
      10:00 am-4:00 pm
      2023.02.26-2024.06.22

      This new exhibition at Jersey Museum examines the evidence of the Island’s involvement in the transatlantic slave trade, including Jersey’s Lieutenant-Governor Sir George Carteret who was a founder member of the Royal Africa Company that traded in ivory, gold and enslaved people in the 17th century; Captain François Messervy of Jersey who was killed in 1722 during an uprising on board his slave ship off the coast of Africa; and Jersey trader Josué Mauger who in 1752 advertised enslaved people for sale in Nova Scotia, Canada, where his business was based.

      The exhibition is in the Victorian House at Jersey Museum, with its impressive mahogany staircase, because new research has shown that the house was built partly on the profits of the transatlantic slave trade. ‘Trade Roots’ explores Jersey’s historic links to slavery, from Islanders who owned mahogany plantations overseas and traded in slave-produced goods, to those who campaigned for the abolition of slavery.

      Thought-provoking, and at times challenging, this exhibition exposes some uncomfortable new stories from Jersey’s past and examines the legacy and impact of transatlantic slavery on the Island’s community today.

      Images:

      1. The statue of Sir George Carteret was covered in red paint during the Black Lives Matter demonstrations of 2020.
      2. Jerseyman Joshua Mauger advertised enslaved people for sale in Nova Scotia in 1752.
      3. Enslaved labour was used to harvest mahogany for staircases and furniture in Jersey properties such as the Victorian House.

       

    • Mont Orgueil Castle Tour
      11:00 am-12:00 pm
      2023.02.26

      TOUR TIMES

      Tours last approx. 1 hour

      Mondays 11am

      Wednesdays 11am

      Thursdays 11am

      Fridays 11am

      Saturdays, please call ahead to confirm todays tour start time.

      Sundays 11am

      Our tours are free of charge (normal entry fee applies).

      Tours are subject to change, please call the Castle on +44 (0)1534 853 292 to confirm the site tour is going ahead.

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  • Vibrant Jersey Weddings
    All day
    2023.02.27-2023.04.09

    Just engaged? Looking to plan for your wedding? Once the thrill of becoming engaged has sunk in and you are able to peel your eyes away from the new addition on your finger, (well just for a second or two), it`s time to start making some very important decisions to kick start the planning of your dream day. We have listed many of our local suppliers & services below, to help you plan your big day.

    We highly recommend that you try to book well in advance, especially the services that are most important to you, as these will get booked up very quickly.

    Some things to consider in planning your Wedding can be found HERE

    For a comprehensive list of suppliers for your wedding planning, click HERE

  • Trade Roots
    10:00 am-4:00 pm
    2023.02.27-2024.06.23

    This new exhibition at Jersey Museum examines the evidence of the Island’s involvement in the transatlantic slave trade, including Jersey’s Lieutenant-Governor Sir George Carteret who was a founder member of the Royal Africa Company that traded in ivory, gold and enslaved people in the 17th century; Captain François Messervy of Jersey who was killed in 1722 during an uprising on board his slave ship off the coast of Africa; and Jersey trader Josué Mauger who in 1752 advertised enslaved people for sale in Nova Scotia, Canada, where his business was based.

    The exhibition is in the Victorian House at Jersey Museum, with its impressive mahogany staircase, because new research has shown that the house was built partly on the profits of the transatlantic slave trade. ‘Trade Roots’ explores Jersey’s historic links to slavery, from Islanders who owned mahogany plantations overseas and traded in slave-produced goods, to those who campaigned for the abolition of slavery.

    Thought-provoking, and at times challenging, this exhibition exposes some uncomfortable new stories from Jersey’s past and examines the legacy and impact of transatlantic slavery on the Island’s community today.

    Images:

    1. The statue of Sir George Carteret was covered in red paint during the Black Lives Matter demonstrations of 2020.
    2. Jerseyman Joshua Mauger advertised enslaved people for sale in Nova Scotia in 1752.
    3. Enslaved labour was used to harvest mahogany for staircases and furniture in Jersey properties such as the Victorian House.

     

  • Mont Orgueil Castle Tour
    11:00 am-12:00 pm
    2023.02.27

    TOUR TIMES

    Tours last approx. 1 hour

    Mondays 11am

    Wednesdays 11am

    Thursdays 11am

    Fridays 11am

    Saturdays, please call ahead to confirm todays tour start time.

    Sundays 11am

    Our tours are free of charge (normal entry fee applies).

    Tours are subject to change, please call the Castle on +44 (0)1534 853 292 to confirm the site tour is going ahead.

  • WW2 Bunkers Tour
    2:00 pm-4:45 pm
    2023.02.27

    Join Jersey War Tours and visit WW2 bunkers, which are not usually open to the public.

    JWT will show you how Jersey was made into an impregnable fortress and help you appreciate what the Third Reich was able to create with slave labour.

    The tour is also a perfect complement to understanding the history of the D-Day invasion, which took place less than 30 miles away.

    £35pp or you can go private for £175 for up to 7 people (just select the “book entire tour option”).

  • Bunkers at Night Tour
    7:00 pm-9:00 pm
    2023.02.27-2023.05.19

    See Jersey’s military heritage in a new light and help to support a non-profit organisation!

    Evening tours of bunkers offer an unforgettable atmosphere when exploring.

    We will visit sites not open to the public and places not visited by any of the commercial tours. Become a temporary member of the team and see how Jersey was made into an impregnable fortress!

    £25pp or you can go private for £150 for up to 7 people (just select the “book entire tour option”).

    Evenings 19:00 – 21:45 (ish)

    Bookings are only accepted online – Book early to avoid disappointment.

  • More events
    • Vibrant Jersey Weddings
      All day
      2023.02.27-2023.04.09

      Just engaged? Looking to plan for your wedding? Once the thrill of becoming engaged has sunk in and you are able to peel your eyes away from the new addition on your finger, (well just for a second or two), it`s time to start making some very important decisions to kick start the planning of your dream day. We have listed many of our local suppliers & services below, to help you plan your big day.

      We highly recommend that you try to book well in advance, especially the services that are most important to you, as these will get booked up very quickly.

      Some things to consider in planning your Wedding can be found HERE

      For a comprehensive list of suppliers for your wedding planning, click HERE

    • Trade Roots
      10:00 am-4:00 pm
      2023.02.27-2024.06.23

      This new exhibition at Jersey Museum examines the evidence of the Island’s involvement in the transatlantic slave trade, including Jersey’s Lieutenant-Governor Sir George Carteret who was a founder member of the Royal Africa Company that traded in ivory, gold and enslaved people in the 17th century; Captain François Messervy of Jersey who was killed in 1722 during an uprising on board his slave ship off the coast of Africa; and Jersey trader Josué Mauger who in 1752 advertised enslaved people for sale in Nova Scotia, Canada, where his business was based.

      The exhibition is in the Victorian House at Jersey Museum, with its impressive mahogany staircase, because new research has shown that the house was built partly on the profits of the transatlantic slave trade. ‘Trade Roots’ explores Jersey’s historic links to slavery, from Islanders who owned mahogany plantations overseas and traded in slave-produced goods, to those who campaigned for the abolition of slavery.

      Thought-provoking, and at times challenging, this exhibition exposes some uncomfortable new stories from Jersey’s past and examines the legacy and impact of transatlantic slavery on the Island’s community today.

      Images:

      1. The statue of Sir George Carteret was covered in red paint during the Black Lives Matter demonstrations of 2020.
      2. Jerseyman Joshua Mauger advertised enslaved people for sale in Nova Scotia in 1752.
      3. Enslaved labour was used to harvest mahogany for staircases and furniture in Jersey properties such as the Victorian House.

       

    • Mont Orgueil Castle Tour
      11:00 am-12:00 pm
      2023.02.27

      TOUR TIMES

      Tours last approx. 1 hour

      Mondays 11am

      Wednesdays 11am

      Thursdays 11am

      Fridays 11am

      Saturdays, please call ahead to confirm todays tour start time.

      Sundays 11am

      Our tours are free of charge (normal entry fee applies).

      Tours are subject to change, please call the Castle on +44 (0)1534 853 292 to confirm the site tour is going ahead.

    • WW2 Bunkers Tour
      2:00 pm-4:45 pm
      2023.02.27

      Join Jersey War Tours and visit WW2 bunkers, which are not usually open to the public.

      JWT will show you how Jersey was made into an impregnable fortress and help you appreciate what the Third Reich was able to create with slave labour.

      The tour is also a perfect complement to understanding the history of the D-Day invasion, which took place less than 30 miles away.

      £35pp or you can go private for £175 for up to 7 people (just select the “book entire tour option”).

    • Bunkers at Night Tour
      7:00 pm-9:00 pm
      2023.02.27-2023.05.19

      See Jersey’s military heritage in a new light and help to support a non-profit organisation!

      Evening tours of bunkers offer an unforgettable atmosphere when exploring.

      We will visit sites not open to the public and places not visited by any of the commercial tours. Become a temporary member of the team and see how Jersey was made into an impregnable fortress!

      £25pp or you can go private for £150 for up to 7 people (just select the “book entire tour option”).

      Evenings 19:00 – 21:45 (ish)

      Bookings are only accepted online – Book early to avoid disappointment.

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  • Vibrant Jersey Weddings
    All day
    2023.02.28-2023.04.10

    Just engaged? Looking to plan for your wedding? Once the thrill of becoming engaged has sunk in and you are able to peel your eyes away from the new addition on your finger, (well just for a second or two), it`s time to start making some very important decisions to kick start the planning of your dream day. We have listed many of our local suppliers & services below, to help you plan your big day.

    We highly recommend that you try to book well in advance, especially the services that are most important to you, as these will get booked up very quickly.

    Some things to consider in planning your Wedding can be found HERE

    For a comprehensive list of suppliers for your wedding planning, click HERE

  • Trade Roots
    10:00 am-4:00 pm
    2023.02.28-2024.06.24

    This new exhibition at Jersey Museum examines the evidence of the Island’s involvement in the transatlantic slave trade, including Jersey’s Lieutenant-Governor Sir George Carteret who was a founder member of the Royal Africa Company that traded in ivory, gold and enslaved people in the 17th century; Captain François Messervy of Jersey who was killed in 1722 during an uprising on board his slave ship off the coast of Africa; and Jersey trader Josué Mauger who in 1752 advertised enslaved people for sale in Nova Scotia, Canada, where his business was based.

    The exhibition is in the Victorian House at Jersey Museum, with its impressive mahogany staircase, because new research has shown that the house was built partly on the profits of the transatlantic slave trade. ‘Trade Roots’ explores Jersey’s historic links to slavery, from Islanders who owned mahogany plantations overseas and traded in slave-produced goods, to those who campaigned for the abolition of slavery.

    Thought-provoking, and at times challenging, this exhibition exposes some uncomfortable new stories from Jersey’s past and examines the legacy and impact of transatlantic slavery on the Island’s community today.

    Images:

    1. The statue of Sir George Carteret was covered in red paint during the Black Lives Matter demonstrations of 2020.
    2. Jerseyman Joshua Mauger advertised enslaved people for sale in Nova Scotia in 1752.
    3. Enslaved labour was used to harvest mahogany for staircases and furniture in Jersey properties such as the Victorian House.

     

  • WW2 Bunkers Tour
    2:00 pm-4:45 pm
    2023.02.28

    Join Jersey War Tours and visit WW2 bunkers, which are not usually open to the public.

    JWT will show you how Jersey was made into an impregnable fortress and help you appreciate what the Third Reich was able to create with slave labour.

    The tour is also a perfect complement to understanding the history of the D-Day invasion, which took place less than 30 miles away.

    £35pp or you can go private for £175 for up to 7 people (just select the “book entire tour option”).

  • Bunkers at Night Tour
    7:00 pm-9:00 pm
    2023.02.28-2023.05.20

    See Jersey’s military heritage in a new light and help to support a non-profit organisation!

    Evening tours of bunkers offer an unforgettable atmosphere when exploring.

    We will visit sites not open to the public and places not visited by any of the commercial tours. Become a temporary member of the team and see how Jersey was made into an impregnable fortress!

    £25pp or you can go private for £150 for up to 7 people (just select the “book entire tour option”).

    Evenings 19:00 – 21:45 (ish)

    Bookings are only accepted online – Book early to avoid disappointment.

  • More events
    • Vibrant Jersey Weddings
      All day
      2023.02.28-2023.04.10

      Just engaged? Looking to plan for your wedding? Once the thrill of becoming engaged has sunk in and you are able to peel your eyes away from the new addition on your finger, (well just for a second or two), it`s time to start making some very important decisions to kick start the planning of your dream day. We have listed many of our local suppliers & services below, to help you plan your big day.

      We highly recommend that you try to book well in advance, especially the services that are most important to you, as these will get booked up very quickly.

      Some things to consider in planning your Wedding can be found HERE

      For a comprehensive list of suppliers for your wedding planning, click HERE

    • Trade Roots
      10:00 am-4:00 pm
      2023.02.28-2024.06.24

      This new exhibition at Jersey Museum examines the evidence of the Island’s involvement in the transatlantic slave trade, including Jersey’s Lieutenant-Governor Sir George Carteret who was a founder member of the Royal Africa Company that traded in ivory, gold and enslaved people in the 17th century; Captain François Messervy of Jersey who was killed in 1722 during an uprising on board his slave ship off the coast of Africa; and Jersey trader Josué Mauger who in 1752 advertised enslaved people for sale in Nova Scotia, Canada, where his business was based.

      The exhibition is in the Victorian House at Jersey Museum, with its impressive mahogany staircase, because new research has shown that the house was built partly on the profits of the transatlantic slave trade. ‘Trade Roots’ explores Jersey’s historic links to slavery, from Islanders who owned mahogany plantations overseas and traded in slave-produced goods, to those who campaigned for the abolition of slavery.

      Thought-provoking, and at times challenging, this exhibition exposes some uncomfortable new stories from Jersey’s past and examines the legacy and impact of transatlantic slavery on the Island’s community today.

      Images:

      1. The statue of Sir George Carteret was covered in red paint during the Black Lives Matter demonstrations of 2020.
      2. Jerseyman Joshua Mauger advertised enslaved people for sale in Nova Scotia in 1752.
      3. Enslaved labour was used to harvest mahogany for staircases and furniture in Jersey properties such as the Victorian House.

       

    • WW2 Bunkers Tour
      2:00 pm-4:45 pm
      2023.02.28

      Join Jersey War Tours and visit WW2 bunkers, which are not usually open to the public.

      JWT will show you how Jersey was made into an impregnable fortress and help you appreciate what the Third Reich was able to create with slave labour.

      The tour is also a perfect complement to understanding the history of the D-Day invasion, which took place less than 30 miles away.

      £35pp or you can go private for £175 for up to 7 people (just select the “book entire tour option”).

    • Bunkers at Night Tour
      7:00 pm-9:00 pm
      2023.02.28-2023.05.20

      See Jersey’s military heritage in a new light and help to support a non-profit organisation!

      Evening tours of bunkers offer an unforgettable atmosphere when exploring.

      We will visit sites not open to the public and places not visited by any of the commercial tours. Become a temporary member of the team and see how Jersey was made into an impregnable fortress!

      £25pp or you can go private for £150 for up to 7 people (just select the “book entire tour option”).

      Evenings 19:00 – 21:45 (ish)

      Bookings are only accepted online – Book early to avoid disappointment.

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