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  • FAIRY FOLKLORE ADVENTURES
    10:00 am-5:00 pm
    2021.04.03-2021.04.18

    Follow the Fairy Folklore trail across all Jersey Heritage sites over the Easter Holidays to discover 18 fairy doors and learn the language of Les P’tits Faîtchieaux.

    Follow the Fairy Folklore trail sponsored by Ogier across all Jersey Heritage sites over the Easter Holidays to discover 18 fairy doors and learn the language of Les P’tits Faîtchieaux, or the little people, on the way.

    Have the doors always been there or can you only see them if your mind is open to the magic?

    Things you should know about Les P’tits Faîtchieaux

    • They don’t really like to be disturbed, so when you’ve found each door try not to poke about too much.
    • We don’t want them to move out so just watch, wonder and imagine.
    • They like to be spoken to in Jèrriais, the language of Jersey.  Make sure to say bouônjour.
    •  Les P’tits Faîtchieaux at Hamptonne, La Hougue Bie, Mont Orgueil and Elizabeth Castle like to receive handmade presents, something natural such as a tiny leaf umbrella, an acorn cup filled with rain water or a daisy crown.
    • The fairies that live at Jersey Museum and The Maritime Museum are practical and can make everything they need, they don’t appreciate gifts, but they do like to receive written messages. Maybe you have a wish or something you’d like to ask them, leave your messages in the jar provided.

    THINGS TO MAKE AND DO AT HOME

    Make a natural gift – we sure that you’ll come up with some lovely ideas to make the little people happy but please no plastic.

    Imagine and write your own story about what goes on behind les p’tits faîtchieaux doors.

    COMPETITION

    Design your own fairy door. Jersey Heritage will select six designs to be made and displayed at Jersey Heritage sites over May half term. Closing date for entries will be Friday 30th April. Please send your stories and Fairy Door designs to us.

     

  • Spring-Into-Action: Shark Egg Hunt
    1:30 pm-2:30 pm
    2021.04.03

    Join us for an Easter egg hunt with a difference! Alongside knowledgeable guides, search the high-tide line for mermaid’s purses

    Join us for an Easter egg hunt with a difference! Alongside knowledgeable guides, search the high-tide line for mermaid’s purses

    Join members of the Marine Biology section of the Société Jersiaise and our Education Officer to search for shark and ray egg cases, which will be identified, counted and added to the marine conservation survey.

    Learn all about these wonders of the marine world and help contribute towards important data on local species.

    Suitable for children aged 5-14.

    Booking essential. Tickets not required for accompanying adults.

    Due to COVID restrictions, the capacity of this event is limited to 5 children plus 1 accompanying adult each.

    If you would like to attend this event and future ones, and support us in our work to protect Jersey’s natural spaces, please join us by clicking HERE. Membership starts from £30 for an adult and £15 for a child p.a.

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  • PEOPLE MAKE JERSEY
    10:00 am-5:30 pm
    2021.04.05-2021.06.06

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

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

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

    Normal entry fee applies, Jersey Heritage Members go FREE.

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  • Spring-Into-Action: Shark Egg Hunt
    10:00 am-11:00 am
    2021.04.06

    Join us for an Easter egg hunt with a difference! Alongside knowledgeable guides, search the high-tide line for mermaid’s purses

    Join us for an Easter egg hunt with a difference! Alongside knowledgeable guides, search the high-tide line for mermaid’s purses

    Join members of the Marine Biology section of the Société Jersiaise and our Education Officer to search for shark and ray egg cases, which will be identified, counted and added to the marine conservation survey.

    Learn all about these wonders of the marine world and help contribute towards important data on local species.

    Suitable for children aged 5-14.

    Booking essential. Tickets not required for accompanying adults.

    Due to COVID restrictions, the capacity of this event is limited to 5 children plus 1 accompanying adult each.

    If you would like to attend this event and future ones, and support us in our work to protect Jersey’s natural spaces, please join us by clicking HERE. Membership starts from £30 for an adult and £15 for a child p.a.

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  • FAIRY FOLKLORE ADVENTURES
    10:00 am-5:00 pm
    2021.04.07-2021.04.18

    Follow the Fairy Folklore trail across all Jersey Heritage sites over the Easter Holidays to discover 18 fairy doors and learn the language of Les P’tits Faîtchieaux.

    Follow the Fairy Folklore trail sponsored by Ogier across all Jersey Heritage sites over the Easter Holidays to discover 18 fairy doors and learn the language of Les P’tits Faîtchieaux, or the little people, on the way.

    Have the doors always been there or can you only see them if your mind is open to the magic?

    Things you should know about Les P’tits Faîtchieaux

    • They don’t really like to be disturbed, so when you’ve found each door try not to poke about too much.
    • We don’t want them to move out so just watch, wonder and imagine.
    • They like to be spoken to in Jèrriais, the language of Jersey.  Make sure to say bouônjour.
    •  Les P’tits Faîtchieaux at Hamptonne, La Hougue Bie, Mont Orgueil and Elizabeth Castle like to receive handmade presents, something natural such as a tiny leaf umbrella, an acorn cup filled with rain water or a daisy crown.
    • The fairies that live at Jersey Museum and The Maritime Museum are practical and can make everything they need, they don’t appreciate gifts, but they do like to receive written messages. Maybe you have a wish or something you’d like to ask them, leave your messages in the jar provided.

    THINGS TO MAKE AND DO AT HOME

    Make a natural gift – we sure that you’ll come up with some lovely ideas to make the little people happy but please no plastic.

    Imagine and write your own story about what goes on behind les p’tits faîtchieaux doors.

    COMPETITION

    Design your own fairy door. Jersey Heritage will select six designs to be made and displayed at Jersey Heritage sites over May half term. Closing date for entries will be Friday 30th April. Please send your stories and Fairy Door designs to us.

     

  • Spring Into Action – Purple Dew Plant Removal
    10:00 am-11:00 am
    2021.04.07

    Families are invited to come along to help our team protect this important SSI by removing the invasive Purple Dew Plant

    Purple Dew Plant is a non-native invasive plant that spreads quickly and suffocates many other small, delicate native plants. Although it looks pretty, it grows like a blanket across large areas, stopping native plants from growing and preventing some animals, such as solitary bees, from accessing their nesting sites. Come along to help our team remove the plants and find out more about the work they do to protect this important habitat.

    Please note that in line with COVID-19 outdoor gathering guidelines, this event is limited to 5 children and one accompanying adult per child.

    This is one of the exclusive events that we offer free to our members. Membership starts from £30 for an adult and £15 for a child p.a. If you would like to become a member click HERE

  • Spring Into Action – Purple Dew Plant Removal
    12:00 pm-1:00 pm
    2021.04.07

    Families are invited to come along to help our team protect this important SSI by removing the invasive Purple Dew Plant

    Purple Dew Plant is a non-native invasive plant that spreads quickly and suffocates many other small, delicate native plants. Although it looks pretty, it grows like a blanket across large areas, stopping native plants from growing and preventing some animals, such as solitary bees, from accessing their nesting sites. Come along to help our team remove the plants and find out more about the work they do to protect this important habitat.

    Please note that in line with COVID-19 outdoor gathering guidelines, this event is limited to 5 children and one accompanying adult per child.

    This is one of the exclusive events that we offer free to our members. Membership starts from £30 for an adult and £15 for a child p.a. If you would like to become a member click HERE

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  • Easter Extravaganza at 16 New Street – 8 April
    10:00 am-4:00 pm
    2021.04.08

    Enjoy a visit to 16 New Street Georgian House – with added Easter fun!

    Learn about traditional Easter foods, find out about Jersey Easter customs and enjoy an egg trail around the house.

    Younger members are encouraged to dress up for the occasion in a homemade Easter bonnet – and there’s a prize for the winning creation!

    Admission FREE for National Trust Members

    Booking essential. Tickets available from Eventbrite (Click HERE To Book).

  • Spring-Into-Action: Shark Egg Hunt
    10:00 am-11:00 am
    2021.04.08

    Join us for an Easter egg hunt with a difference! Alongside knowledgeable guides, search the high-tide line for mermaid’s purses

    Join us for an Easter egg hunt with a difference! Alongside knowledgeable guides, search the high-tide line for mermaid’s purses

    Join members of the Marine Biology section of the Société Jersiaise and our Education Officer to search for shark and ray egg cases, which will be identified, counted and added to the marine conservation survey.

    Learn all about these wonders of the marine world and help contribute towards important data on local species.

    Suitable for children aged 5-14.

    Booking essential. Tickets not required for accompanying adults.

    Due to COVID restrictions, the capacity of this event is limited to 5 children plus 1 accompanying adult each.

    If you would like to attend this event and future ones, and support us in our work to protect Jersey’s natural spaces, please join us by clicking HERE. Membership starts from £30 for an adult and £15 for a child p.a.

  • Spring-Into-Action: Shark Egg Hunt
    12:00 pm-1:00 pm
    2021.04.08

    Join us for an Easter egg hunt with a difference! Alongside knowledgeable guides, search the high-tide line for mermaid’s purses

    Join us for an Easter egg hunt with a difference! Alongside knowledgeable guides, search the high-tide line for mermaid’s purses

    Join members of the Marine Biology section of the Société Jersiaise and our Education Officer to search for shark and ray egg cases, which will be identified, counted and added to the marine conservation survey.

    Learn all about these wonders of the marine world and help contribute towards important data on local species.

    Suitable for children aged 5-14.

    Booking essential. Tickets not required for accompanying adults.

    Due to COVID restrictions, the capacity of this event is limited to 5 children plus 1 accompanying adult each.

    If you would like to attend this event and future ones, and support us in our work to protect Jersey’s natural spaces, please join us by clicking HERE. Membership starts from £30 for an adult and £15 for a child p.a.

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  • Homegrown Harvests
    10:00 am-12:00 pm
    2021.04.10

    Come along to La Haies de Grosnez, St Ouen, the home of Graeme Le Marquand, Chairman of the Jersey Branch of the National Vegetable Society.

    Come along to the home of Graeme Le Marquand, and learn the art of growing your own vegetables, herbs, salads and fruit. Graeme will show you around his vegetable plot and show you how to create a raised bed, sow seeds, when to plant crops and how to grow produce in containers for those that don’t have a garden.

    Please park on Grosnez Common and follow the sign to the house.

    £25 to include refreshments. Attendees will take home a container with Jersey Royal seed potatoes.

  • FAIRY FOLKLORE ADVENTURES
    10:00 am-5:00 pm
    2021.04.10-2021.04.18

    Follow the Fairy Folklore trail across all Jersey Heritage sites over the Easter Holidays to discover 18 fairy doors and learn the language of Les P’tits Faîtchieaux.

    Follow the Fairy Folklore trail sponsored by Ogier across all Jersey Heritage sites over the Easter Holidays to discover 18 fairy doors and learn the language of Les P’tits Faîtchieaux, or the little people, on the way.

    Have the doors always been there or can you only see them if your mind is open to the magic?

    Things you should know about Les P’tits Faîtchieaux

    • They don’t really like to be disturbed, so when you’ve found each door try not to poke about too much.
    • We don’t want them to move out so just watch, wonder and imagine.
    • They like to be spoken to in Jèrriais, the language of Jersey.  Make sure to say bouônjour.
    •  Les P’tits Faîtchieaux at Hamptonne, La Hougue Bie, Mont Orgueil and Elizabeth Castle like to receive handmade presents, something natural such as a tiny leaf umbrella, an acorn cup filled with rain water or a daisy crown.
    • The fairies that live at Jersey Museum and The Maritime Museum are practical and can make everything they need, they don’t appreciate gifts, but they do like to receive written messages. Maybe you have a wish or something you’d like to ask them, leave your messages in the jar provided.

    THINGS TO MAKE AND DO AT HOME

    Make a natural gift – we sure that you’ll come up with some lovely ideas to make the little people happy but please no plastic.

    Imagine and write your own story about what goes on behind les p’tits faîtchieaux doors.

    COMPETITION

    Design your own fairy door. Jersey Heritage will select six designs to be made and displayed at Jersey Heritage sites over May half term. Closing date for entries will be Friday 30th April. Please send your stories and Fairy Door designs to us.

     

  • The JSPCA’s Pawsome Yard Sale
    10:00 am-3:00 pm
    2021.04.10

    Come along to the Animals’ Shelter to snap up a bargain for your pet, your home or even for you!
  • Pop up charity Shop Reg’s Garden for Jersey Action Against Rape
    10:00 am-4:00 pm
    2021.04.10

    Jersey Action Against Rape are hosting a pop up charity shop and cafe. We have lots of great quality donations for our shop including designer handbags , vintage clothing, lots of lovely local artwork, house gifts, decorations, fun kids clothes and toys. We also have an army of lovely bakers, supplying JAAR with yummy cakes, treats and savory snacks. We would love you to come join us for a slice of cake, a cup of tea and enjoy walking around Reg’s gorgeous garden. All proceeds raised from the pop up will go towards supporting and healing Jersey’s survivors of sexual assault. 2020 was a challenging year and JAAR had to cancel three fundraising event so we are hoping by providing a pop up charity shop will give us a chance to raise the funds we need to continue to provide support and help heal Jersey’s survivors of sexual assault.

  • Water World of the Violet Bank
    10:15 am-1:45 pm
    2021.04.10

    A walk through the gullies and cart tracks of the Violet Bank looking at the marine life and part of the lost archaeology in the area.

    Enjoy a spectacular low water walk with guide Bob Tompkins exploring the gullies, rock pools and cart tracks of the area of the seabed known as the Violet Bank. You will be wading through water so please wear footwear such as neoprene shoes, wellies or similar that you don’t mind getting wet! Duration 3.5hrs.

    Kindly supported by Jersey Water.

  • Water World of the Violet Bank
    11:15 am-2:45 pm
    2021.04.10

    A walk through the gullies and cart tracks of the Violet Bank looking at the marine life and part of the lost archaeology in the area.

    Enjoy a spectacular low water walk with guide Bob Tompkins exploring the gullies, rock pools and cart tracks of the area of the seabed known as the Violet Bank. You will be wading through water so please wear footwear such as neoprene shoes, wellies or similar that you don’t mind getting wet! Duration 3.5hrs.

    Kindly supported by Jersey Water.

  • More events
    • Homegrown Harvests
      10:00 am-12:00 pm
      2021.04.10
      Come along to La Haies de Grosnez, St Ouen, the home of Graeme Le Marquand, Chairman of the Jersey Branch of the National Vegetable Society.

      Come along to the home of Graeme Le Marquand, and learn the art of growing your own vegetables, herbs, salads and fruit. Graeme will show you around his vegetable plot and show you how to create a raised bed, sow seeds, when to plant crops and how to grow produce in containers for those that don’t have a garden.

      Please park on Grosnez Common and follow the sign to the house.

      £25 to include refreshments. Attendees will take home a container with Jersey Royal seed potatoes.

    • FAIRY FOLKLORE ADVENTURES
      10:00 am-5:00 pm
      2021.04.10-2021.04.18

      Follow the Fairy Folklore trail across all Jersey Heritage sites over the Easter Holidays to discover 18 fairy doors and learn the language of Les P’tits Faîtchieaux.

      Follow the Fairy Folklore trail sponsored by Ogier across all Jersey Heritage sites over the Easter Holidays to discover 18 fairy doors and learn the language of Les P’tits Faîtchieaux, or the little people, on the way.

      Have the doors always been there or can you only see them if your mind is open to the magic?

      Things you should know about Les P’tits Faîtchieaux

      • They don’t really like to be disturbed, so when you’ve found each door try not to poke about too much.
      • We don’t want them to move out so just watch, wonder and imagine.
      • They like to be spoken to in Jèrriais, the language of Jersey.  Make sure to say bouônjour.
      •  Les P’tits Faîtchieaux at Hamptonne, La Hougue Bie, Mont Orgueil and Elizabeth Castle like to receive handmade presents, something natural such as a tiny leaf umbrella, an acorn cup filled with rain water or a daisy crown.
      • The fairies that live at Jersey Museum and The Maritime Museum are practical and can make everything they need, they don’t appreciate gifts, but they do like to receive written messages. Maybe you have a wish or something you’d like to ask them, leave your messages in the jar provided.

      THINGS TO MAKE AND DO AT HOME

      Make a natural gift – we sure that you’ll come up with some lovely ideas to make the little people happy but please no plastic.

      Imagine and write your own story about what goes on behind les p’tits faîtchieaux doors.

      COMPETITION

      Design your own fairy door. Jersey Heritage will select six designs to be made and displayed at Jersey Heritage sites over May half term. Closing date for entries will be Friday 30th April. Please send your stories and Fairy Door designs to us.

       

    • The JSPCA's Pawsome Yard Sale
      10:00 am-3:00 pm
      2021.04.10
      Come along to the Animals’ Shelter to snap up a bargain for your pet, your home or even for you!
    • Pop up charity Shop Reg's Garden for Jersey Action Against Rape
      10:00 am-4:00 pm
      2021.04.10

      Jersey Action Against Rape are hosting a pop up charity shop and cafe. We have lots of great quality donations for our shop including designer handbags , vintage clothing, lots of lovely local artwork, house gifts, decorations, fun kids clothes and toys. We also have an army of lovely bakers, supplying JAAR with yummy cakes, treats and savory snacks. We would love you to come join us for a slice of cake, a cup of tea and enjoy walking around Reg’s gorgeous garden. All proceeds raised from the pop up will go towards supporting and healing Jersey’s survivors of sexual assault. 2020 was a challenging year and JAAR had to cancel three fundraising event so we are hoping by providing a pop up charity shop will give us a chance to raise the funds we need to continue to provide support and help heal Jersey’s survivors of sexual assault.

    • Water World of the Violet Bank
      10:15 am-1:45 pm
      2021.04.10
      A walk through the gullies and cart tracks of the Violet Bank looking at the marine life and part of the lost archaeology in the area.

      Enjoy a spectacular low water walk with guide Bob Tompkins exploring the gullies, rock pools and cart tracks of the area of the seabed known as the Violet Bank. You will be wading through water so please wear footwear such as neoprene shoes, wellies or similar that you don’t mind getting wet! Duration 3.5hrs.

      Kindly supported by Jersey Water.

    • Water World of the Violet Bank
      11:15 am-2:45 pm
      2021.04.10
      A walk through the gullies and cart tracks of the Violet Bank looking at the marine life and part of the lost archaeology in the area.

      Enjoy a spectacular low water walk with guide Bob Tompkins exploring the gullies, rock pools and cart tracks of the area of the seabed known as the Violet Bank. You will be wading through water so please wear footwear such as neoprene shoes, wellies or similar that you don’t mind getting wet! Duration 3.5hrs.

      Kindly supported by Jersey Water.

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  • PEOPLE MAKE JERSEY
    10:00 am-5:30 pm
    2021.04.12-2021.06.06

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

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

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

    Normal entry fee applies, Jersey Heritage Members go FREE.

  • Link Gallery Exhibitions
    10:00 am-4:00 pm
    2021.04.12-2021.04.30

    The Link Gallery is located at Jersey Museum and Art Gallery and is an exhibition space betweeen Jersey Museum to the Société Jersiaise. Each month, the gallery features an exhibition by a different Jersey artist, providing local artists  with a central space in St Helier to showcase their work.

    THE LINK GALLERY IS FREE FOR JERSEY HERITAGE MEMBERS AND NON MEMBERS.
    HAUTLIEU SCHOOL VISUAL ARTS STUDENTS

    Open until 31 April

    This new FREE exhibition by Hautlieu students explores themes as diverse as mental health, landscape and ancient history, and will be split into two fortnightly shows. The annual exhibition is an important occasion for the International Baccalaureate students, as it represents 40% of their final grade.

    Come and see the work of Emma Byrne, Chloe Martin, Zoe Gygax-Ezekiel, Freya Gambles, Paulina Kordzinska, Lauren Driver and Dan Carney, which demonstrates originality and independence of thought.

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  • Spring Into Action – Purple Dew Plant Removal
    10:00 am-11:00 am
    2021.04.13

    Families are invited to come along to help our team protect this important SSI by removing the invasive Purple Dew Plant

    Purple Dew Plant is a non-native invasive plant that spreads quickly and suffocates many other small, delicate native plants. Although it looks pretty, it grows like a blanket across large areas, stopping native plants from growing and preventing some animals, such as solitary bees, from accessing their nesting sites. Come along to help our team remove the plants and find out more about the work they do to protect this important habitat.

    Please note that in line with COVID-19 outdoor gathering guidelines, this event is limited to 5 children and one accompanying adult per child.

    This is one of the exclusive events that we offer free to our members. Membership starts from £30 for an adult and £15 for a child p.a. If you would like to become a member click HERE

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  • Wildlife and Wellness Walk – Spring Walking Week
    9:30 am-11:00 am
    2021.04.14

    A general wildlife stroll around the country lanes, byways and open countryside of middle Jersey in the beautiful parish of St Lawrence

    A general wildlife stroll around the country lanes, byways and open countryside of middle Jersey. Spring is here, the birds are busy with their broods, wild flowers adorn the banques and hedgerows – so join Neil and Alli and spend some time enjoying the sights, sounds and scents of the season.

    Kindly supported by Jersey Water.

  • Viking Sheep Walk – Spring Walking Week
    10:00 am-12:00 pm
    2021.04.14

    Join guide John Pinel, on a circular walk from Sorel Point on the north coast with its wonderful views of Normandy and the other islands.

    See rare breed multi horned Manx Loaghtan sheep believed to be the closest breed to those brought to Jersey by the Vikings. Learn about conservation grazing and the restoration of the red-billed Choughs, once extinct in Jersey and other efforts being made to save coastal birds.

    Time – 10.00 a.m

    Meeting Point: Sorel Point

    Duration 2 hours/Moderate Walk/2 Miles

    Bus Route 5 or 7 and walk from St John’s Church

    Guide John Pinel

    Kindly supported by Jersey Water.

  • FAIRY FOLKLORE ADVENTURES
    10:00 am-5:00 pm
    2021.04.14-2021.04.18

    Follow the Fairy Folklore trail across all Jersey Heritage sites over the Easter Holidays to discover 18 fairy doors and learn the language of Les P’tits Faîtchieaux.

    Follow the Fairy Folklore trail sponsored by Ogier across all Jersey Heritage sites over the Easter Holidays to discover 18 fairy doors and learn the language of Les P’tits Faîtchieaux, or the little people, on the way.

    Have the doors always been there or can you only see them if your mind is open to the magic?

    Things you should know about Les P’tits Faîtchieaux

    • They don’t really like to be disturbed, so when you’ve found each door try not to poke about too much.
    • We don’t want them to move out so just watch, wonder and imagine.
    • They like to be spoken to in Jèrriais, the language of Jersey.  Make sure to say bouônjour.
    •  Les P’tits Faîtchieaux at Hamptonne, La Hougue Bie, Mont Orgueil and Elizabeth Castle like to receive handmade presents, something natural such as a tiny leaf umbrella, an acorn cup filled with rain water or a daisy crown.
    • The fairies that live at Jersey Museum and The Maritime Museum are practical and can make everything they need, they don’t appreciate gifts, but they do like to receive written messages. Maybe you have a wish or something you’d like to ask them, leave your messages in the jar provided.

    THINGS TO MAKE AND DO AT HOME

    Make a natural gift – we sure that you’ll come up with some lovely ideas to make the little people happy but please no plastic.

    Imagine and write your own story about what goes on behind les p’tits faîtchieaux doors.

    COMPETITION

    Design your own fairy door. Jersey Heritage will select six designs to be made and displayed at Jersey Heritage sites over May half term. Closing date for entries will be Friday 30th April. Please send your stories and Fairy Door designs to us.

     

  • Spring-Into-Action: Nurdle Hunt
    1:00 pm-2:30 pm
    2021.04.14

    Families are invited to lend a hand to clean up nurdles from the SSI around the White House

    Nurdles are small plastic pellets which have ended up at sea. So small they largely go unnoticed, they release harmful chemicals into the water and are mistaken as food by many marine animals meaning that they enter the food chain.

    Join Plastic-Free-Jersey and our Education Officer at Le Don Hilton (the White House) to help this important SSI by finding and correctly disposing of these Nurdles, along with other waste discovered along the way.

    To ensure safety under COVID guidelines, the group size is limited to 20. To help us to limit numbers, please book one ticket per child, and ensure only one accompanying adult attends per child.

  • Trinity Millennium Trail – Spring Walking Week
    2:00 pm-4:00 pm
    2021.04.14

    Enjoy a wonderful circular walk in the beautiful parish of Trinity.

    Starting at the Royal Jersey Showground, this wonderful circular walk will meander down to Trinity School, before turning right into La Rue du Mont Pellier, the Island’s first ‘Scenic Lane’. The walk then goes off road following farmland tracks and the Trinity Millennium Trail before heading back through quiet country lanes in this beautiful parish with its lovely countryside views.

    Time: 2.00pm Meeting Point: Car Park at the Royal Jersey Showground

    Duration of walk approx. 2 hours moderate walking

    Bus Route: 4 (bus arrives at 12.32 so why not go to the Trinity Arms for lunch?) Guide: Bob TompkinsPrice – Free for Members; £10 Non-Members

    Kindly supported by Jersey Water.

  • Vikings, Mills and Bunkers – Spring Walking Festival
    2:00 pm-4:30 pm
    2021.04.14

    Enjoy a stroll along woodland paths and a steep ascent up the valley side, to find evidence of the Vikings.

    learn about the importance of mills to medieval Jersey and discover some of the hidden treasures of the German Occupation. There will be the opportunity to go into Le Moulin de Quétivel at the end of the walk for those who wish – add 30 mins.

    Time: 2.00 p.m.

    Duration: 2.5 hours/Moderate Walk/2 Miles

    Start: Quétivel Mill Pond Parking: Mill Pond Car Park

    Bus Route: 8 – stop Victoria Hotel N ‘The bus arrives at 12.52 – so why not stop off at the ‘Vic in the Valley’ for lunch?

    Guide: Jean Treleven

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

    Kindly supported by Jersey Water.

  • Plémont Beach – Granite, Caves and Victorians – Spring Walking Week
    2:00 pm-4:00 pm
    2021.04.14

    Explore rock pools and caves in the bay and discover the history of the granite rocks and intrusions

    Experience a walk through the Tectonic history of the island and also a route followed by many Victorian and Edwardian tourists who came to be impressed by the savagery and wildness of the nature to be found there.

    The beach is always changing and sometimes there are deep pools to get into the caves so wellies, sandals (not flip flops), neoprene shoes or trainers which can get wet are essential.

    Time: 2.00 p.m. Meeting Point: Meet at the top car park by the bus stop

    Parking: Plémont Car Park

    Duration 2 hours/Moderate walking Bus Route: 8

    Guide: Nicky Mansell

    Price: Free for Members; £10 for Non Members

    Kindly supported by Jersey Water.

  • Town Trail – Spring Walking Festival
    5:30 pm-7:00 pm
    2021.04.14

    Join architect and urban designer Stuart Fell on an early evening stroll through the town as he walks you through the Island’s capital and its history examining a number of architectural themes, including the good, the bad and the ugly from all periods up to 2021. Looking up is always a good thing to do on this tour!

    Parking: Public Car parks in St Helier

    Duration of walk approx. 1.5 hours/Easy walking

    Guide: Stuart Fell

    Price – Free for Members; £10 Non-Members

    Kindly supported by Jersey Water.

    Booking essential Please Book Here

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    • Wildlife and Wellness Walk – Spring Walking Week
      9:30 am-11:00 am
      2021.04.14
      A general wildlife stroll around the country lanes, byways and open countryside of middle Jersey in the beautiful parish of St Lawrence

      A general wildlife stroll around the country lanes, byways and open countryside of middle Jersey. Spring is here, the birds are busy with their broods, wild flowers adorn the banques and hedgerows – so join Neil and Alli and spend some time enjoying the sights, sounds and scents of the season.

      Kindly supported by Jersey Water.

    • Viking Sheep Walk – Spring Walking Week
      10:00 am-12:00 pm
      2021.04.14
      Join guide John Pinel, on a circular walk from Sorel Point on the north coast with its wonderful views of Normandy and the other islands.

      See rare breed multi horned Manx Loaghtan sheep believed to be the closest breed to those brought to Jersey by the Vikings. Learn about conservation grazing and the restoration of the red-billed Choughs, once extinct in Jersey and other efforts being made to save coastal birds.

      Time – 10.00 a.m

      Meeting Point: Sorel Point

      Duration 2 hours/Moderate Walk/2 Miles

      Bus Route 5 or 7 and walk from St John’s Church

      Guide John Pinel

      Kindly supported by Jersey Water.

    • FAIRY FOLKLORE ADVENTURES
      10:00 am-5:00 pm
      2021.04.14-2021.04.18

      Follow the Fairy Folklore trail across all Jersey Heritage sites over the Easter Holidays to discover 18 fairy doors and learn the language of Les P’tits Faîtchieaux.

      Follow the Fairy Folklore trail sponsored by Ogier across all Jersey Heritage sites over the Easter Holidays to discover 18 fairy doors and learn the language of Les P’tits Faîtchieaux, or the little people, on the way.

      Have the doors always been there or can you only see them if your mind is open to the magic?

      Things you should know about Les P’tits Faîtchieaux

      • They don’t really like to be disturbed, so when you’ve found each door try not to poke about too much.
      • We don’t want them to move out so just watch, wonder and imagine.
      • They like to be spoken to in Jèrriais, the language of Jersey.  Make sure to say bouônjour.
      •  Les P’tits Faîtchieaux at Hamptonne, La Hougue Bie, Mont Orgueil and Elizabeth Castle like to receive handmade presents, something natural such as a tiny leaf umbrella, an acorn cup filled with rain water or a daisy crown.
      • The fairies that live at Jersey Museum and The Maritime Museum are practical and can make everything they need, they don’t appreciate gifts, but they do like to receive written messages. Maybe you have a wish or something you’d like to ask them, leave your messages in the jar provided.

      THINGS TO MAKE AND DO AT HOME

      Make a natural gift – we sure that you’ll come up with some lovely ideas to make the little people happy but please no plastic.

      Imagine and write your own story about what goes on behind les p’tits faîtchieaux doors.

      COMPETITION

      Design your own fairy door. Jersey Heritage will select six designs to be made and displayed at Jersey Heritage sites over May half term. Closing date for entries will be Friday 30th April. Please send your stories and Fairy Door designs to us.

       

    • Spring-Into-Action: Nurdle Hunt
      1:00 pm-2:30 pm
      2021.04.14
      Families are invited to lend a hand to clean up nurdles from the SSI around the White House

      Nurdles are small plastic pellets which have ended up at sea. So small they largely go unnoticed, they release harmful chemicals into the water and are mistaken as food by many marine animals meaning that they enter the food chain.

      Join Plastic-Free-Jersey and our Education Officer at Le Don Hilton (the White House) to help this important SSI by finding and correctly disposing of these Nurdles, along with other waste discovered along the way.

      To ensure safety under COVID guidelines, the group size is limited to 20. To help us to limit numbers, please book one ticket per child, and ensure only one accompanying adult attends per child.

    • Trinity Millennium Trail – Spring Walking Week
      2:00 pm-4:00 pm
      2021.04.14
      Enjoy a wonderful circular walk in the beautiful parish of Trinity.

      Starting at the Royal Jersey Showground, this wonderful circular walk will meander down to Trinity School, before turning right into La Rue du Mont Pellier, the Island’s first ‘Scenic Lane’. The walk then goes off road following farmland tracks and the Trinity Millennium Trail before heading back through quiet country lanes in this beautiful parish with its lovely countryside views.

      Time: 2.00pm Meeting Point: Car Park at the Royal Jersey Showground

      Duration of walk approx. 2 hours moderate walking

      Bus Route: 4 (bus arrives at 12.32 so why not go to the Trinity Arms for lunch?) Guide: Bob TompkinsPrice – Free for Members; £10 Non-Members

      Kindly supported by Jersey Water.

    • Vikings, Mills and Bunkers – Spring Walking Festival
      2:00 pm-4:30 pm
      2021.04.14
      Enjoy a stroll along woodland paths and a steep ascent up the valley side, to find evidence of the Vikings.

      learn about the importance of mills to medieval Jersey and discover some of the hidden treasures of the German Occupation. There will be the opportunity to go into Le Moulin de Quétivel at the end of the walk for those who wish – add 30 mins.

      Time: 2.00 p.m.

      Duration: 2.5 hours/Moderate Walk/2 Miles

      Start: Quétivel Mill Pond Parking: Mill Pond Car Park

      Bus Route: 8 – stop Victoria Hotel N ‘The bus arrives at 12.52 – so why not stop off at the ‘Vic in the Valley’ for lunch?

      Guide: Jean Treleven

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

      Kindly supported by Jersey Water.

    • Plémont Beach – Granite, Caves and Victorians – Spring Walking Week
      2:00 pm-4:00 pm
      2021.04.14
      Explore rock pools and caves in the bay and discover the history of the granite rocks and intrusions

      Experience a walk through the Tectonic history of the island and also a route followed by many Victorian and Edwardian tourists who came to be impressed by the savagery and wildness of the nature to be found there.

      The beach is always changing and sometimes there are deep pools to get into the caves so wellies, sandals (not flip flops), neoprene shoes or trainers which can get wet are essential.

      Time: 2.00 p.m. Meeting Point: Meet at the top car park by the bus stop

      Parking: Plémont Car Park

      Duration 2 hours/Moderate walking Bus Route: 8

      Guide: Nicky Mansell

      Price: Free for Members; £10 for Non Members

      Kindly supported by Jersey Water.

    • Town Trail – Spring Walking Festival
      5:30 pm-7:00 pm
      2021.04.14

      Join architect and urban designer Stuart Fell on an early evening stroll through the town as he walks you through the Island’s capital and its history examining a number of architectural themes, including the good, the bad and the ugly from all periods up to 2021. Looking up is always a good thing to do on this tour!

      Parking: Public Car parks in St Helier

      Duration of walk approx. 1.5 hours/Easy walking

      Guide: Stuart Fell

      Price – Free for Members; £10 Non-Members

      Kindly supported by Jersey Water.

      Booking essential Please Book Here

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  • PEOPLE MAKE JERSEY
    10:00 am-5:30 pm
    2021.04.19-2021.06.06

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

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

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

    Normal entry fee applies, Jersey Heritage Members go FREE.

  • Link Gallery Exhibitions
    10:00 am-4:00 pm
    2021.04.19-2021.04.30

    The Link Gallery is located at Jersey Museum and Art Gallery and is an exhibition space betweeen Jersey Museum to the Société Jersiaise. Each month, the gallery features an exhibition by a different Jersey artist, providing local artists  with a central space in St Helier to showcase their work.

    THE LINK GALLERY IS FREE FOR JERSEY HERITAGE MEMBERS AND NON MEMBERS.
    HAUTLIEU SCHOOL VISUAL ARTS STUDENTS

    Open until 31 April

    This new FREE exhibition by Hautlieu students explores themes as diverse as mental health, landscape and ancient history, and will be split into two fortnightly shows. The annual exhibition is an important occasion for the International Baccalaureate students, as it represents 40% of their final grade.

    Come and see the work of Emma Byrne, Chloe Martin, Zoe Gygax-Ezekiel, Freya Gambles, Paulina Kordzinska, Lauren Driver and Dan Carney, which demonstrates originality and independence of thought.

  • Take a tour of Elizabeth Castle with one of our guides
    10:45 am-2:00 pm
    2021.04.19-2021.06.30

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

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

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

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

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

    Wednesdays – Join guide Janet Wicks at 11am

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

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

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

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

  • LA HOUGUE BIE TOUR
    10:45 am-4:00 pm
    2021.04.19-2021.06.30

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

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

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

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

    Tuesdays – Edward Le Couteur at 10.45am

    Wednesdays – Philippa Kergozou at 10.45am

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

    Fridays – Craig Leach at 10.45am – starts May

    Saturdays – Sarah Kitchin at 10.45am – starts 27 March

  • More events
    • PEOPLE MAKE JERSEY
      10:00 am-5:30 pm
      2021.04.19-2021.06.06

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

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

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

      Normal entry fee applies, Jersey Heritage Members go FREE.

    • Link Gallery Exhibitions
      10:00 am-4:00 pm
      2021.04.19-2021.04.30

      The Link Gallery is located at Jersey Museum and Art Gallery and is an exhibition space betweeen Jersey Museum to the Société Jersiaise. Each month, the gallery features an exhibition by a different Jersey artist, providing local artists  with a central space in St Helier to showcase their work.

      THE LINK GALLERY IS FREE FOR JERSEY HERITAGE MEMBERS AND NON MEMBERS.
      HAUTLIEU SCHOOL VISUAL ARTS STUDENTS

      Open until 31 April

      This new FREE exhibition by Hautlieu students explores themes as diverse as mental health, landscape and ancient history, and will be split into two fortnightly shows. The annual exhibition is an important occasion for the International Baccalaureate students, as it represents 40% of their final grade.

      Come and see the work of Emma Byrne, Chloe Martin, Zoe Gygax-Ezekiel, Freya Gambles, Paulina Kordzinska, Lauren Driver and Dan Carney, which demonstrates originality and independence of thought.

    • Take a tour of Elizabeth Castle with one of our guides
      10:45 am-2:00 pm
      2021.04.19-2021.06.30

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

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

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

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

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

      Wednesdays – Join guide Janet Wicks at 11am

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

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

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

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

    • LA HOUGUE BIE TOUR
      10:45 am-4:00 pm
      2021.04.19-2021.06.30

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

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

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

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

      Tuesdays – Edward Le Couteur at 10.45am

      Wednesdays – Philippa Kergozou at 10.45am

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

      Fridays – Craig Leach at 10.45am – starts May

      Saturdays – Sarah Kitchin at 10.45am – starts 27 March

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  • Living History At Elizabeth Castle – The Master Gunner
    All day
    2021.04.20-2021.06.30

    THE MASTER GUNNER

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

    PERFORMANCE TIMES VARY

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

  • HAMPTONNE TOUR
    11:15 am-1:15 pm
    2021.04.20

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

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

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

    Mondays – Dave Gumbrell at 11.15am

    Tuesdays – Steve Falle at 11.15am

    Wednesdays – Sarah Entwistle at 11.15am

    Thursdays –  Dave Pittom at 11.15am

    Fridays – Dave Gumbrell at 11.15am

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  • Goodwyf
    10:00 am-4:00 pm
    2021.04.21

    Most Mondays and Wednesdays throughout the season

    Meet the friendly and welcoming Goodwyf, who looks after the house of her master, Monsieur Laurens Hamptonne in the year 1660. She is very respectful of her employer, who is a well-educated and important man, however this doesn’t prevent her from spreading the odd bit of gossip. The Goodwyf will tell you about Hamptonne’s royal connections and give you an insight into her day to day life, including cooking on the open fire, making soap and candles, and preparing herbal remedies and makeup.

  • Take a tour of Elizabeth Castle with one of our guides
    10:45 am-2:00 pm
    2021.04.21-2021.06.30

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

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

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

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

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

    Wednesdays – Join guide Janet Wicks at 11am

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

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

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

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

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  • Link Gallery Exhibitions
    10:00 am-4:00 pm
    2021.04.22-2021.04.30

    The Link Gallery is located at Jersey Museum and Art Gallery and is an exhibition space betweeen Jersey Museum to the Société Jersiaise. Each month, the gallery features an exhibition by a different Jersey artist, providing local artists  with a central space in St Helier to showcase their work.

    THE LINK GALLERY IS FREE FOR JERSEY HERITAGE MEMBERS AND NON MEMBERS.
    HAUTLIEU SCHOOL VISUAL ARTS STUDENTS

    Open until 31 April

    This new FREE exhibition by Hautlieu students explores themes as diverse as mental health, landscape and ancient history, and will be split into two fortnightly shows. The annual exhibition is an important occasion for the International Baccalaureate students, as it represents 40% of their final grade.

    Come and see the work of Emma Byrne, Chloe Martin, Zoe Gygax-Ezekiel, Freya Gambles, Paulina Kordzinska, Lauren Driver and Dan Carney, which demonstrates originality and independence of thought.

  • HAMPTONNE TOUR
    11:15 am-1:15 pm
    2021.04.22-2021.06.30

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

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

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

    Mondays – Dave Gumbrell at 11.15am

    Tuesdays – Steve Falle at 11.15am

    Wednesdays – Sarah Entwistle at 11.15am

    Thursdays –  Dave Pittom at 11.15am

    Fridays – Dave Gumbrell at 11.15am

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  • Living History At Elizabeth Castle – The Master Gunner
    All day
    2021.04.24-2021.06.30

    THE MASTER GUNNER

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

    PERFORMANCE TIMES VARY

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

  • LA HOUGUE BIE TOUR
    10:45 am-4:00 pm
    2021.04.24-2021.06.30

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

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

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

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

    Tuesdays – Edward Le Couteur at 10.45am

    Wednesdays – Philippa Kergozou at 10.45am

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

    Fridays – Craig Leach at 10.45am – starts May

    Saturdays – Sarah Kitchin at 10.45am – starts 27 March

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  • PEOPLE MAKE JERSEY
    10:00 am-5:30 pm
    2021.04.26-2021.06.06

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

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

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

    Normal entry fee applies, Jersey Heritage Members go FREE.

  • Goodwyf
    10:00 am-4:00 pm
    2021.04.26

    Most Mondays and Wednesdays throughout the season

    Meet the friendly and welcoming Goodwyf, who looks after the house of her master, Monsieur Laurens Hamptonne in the year 1660. She is very respectful of her employer, who is a well-educated and important man, however this doesn’t prevent her from spreading the odd bit of gossip. The Goodwyf will tell you about Hamptonne’s royal connections and give you an insight into her day to day life, including cooking on the open fire, making soap and candles, and preparing herbal remedies and makeup.

  • Link Gallery Exhibitions
    10:00 am-4:00 pm
    2021.04.26-2021.04.30

    The Link Gallery is located at Jersey Museum and Art Gallery and is an exhibition space betweeen Jersey Museum to the Société Jersiaise. Each month, the gallery features an exhibition by a different Jersey artist, providing local artists  with a central space in St Helier to showcase their work.

    THE LINK GALLERY IS FREE FOR JERSEY HERITAGE MEMBERS AND NON MEMBERS.
    HAUTLIEU SCHOOL VISUAL ARTS STUDENTS

    Open until 30 April

    This new FREE exhibition by Hautlieu students explores themes as diverse as mental health, landscape and ancient history, and will be split into two fortnightly shows. The annual exhibition is an important occasion for the International Baccalaureate students, as it represents 40% of their final grade.

    Come and see the work of Emma Byrne, Chloe Martin, Zoe Gygax-Ezekiel, Freya Gambles, Paulina Kordzinska, Lauren Driver and Dan Carney, which demonstrates originality and independence of thought.

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  • Take a tour of Elizabeth Castle with one of our guides
    10:45 am-2:00 pm
    2021.04.27-2021.06.30

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

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

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

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

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

    Wednesdays – Join guide Janet Wicks at 11am

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

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

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

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

  • HAMPTONNE TOUR
    11:15 am-1:15 pm
    2021.04.27-2021.06.30

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

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

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

    Mondays – Dave Gumbrell at 11.15am

    Tuesdays – Steve Falle at 11.15am

    Wednesdays – Sarah Entwistle at 11.15am

    Thursdays –  Dave Pittom at 11.15am

    Fridays – Dave Gumbrell at 11.15am

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  • Goodwyf
    10:00 am-4:00 pm
    2021.04.28

    Most Mondays and Wednesdays throughout the season

    Meet the friendly and welcoming Goodwyf, who looks after the house of her master, Monsieur Laurens Hamptonne in the year 1660. She is very respectful of her employer, who is a well-educated and important man, however this doesn’t prevent her from spreading the odd bit of gossip. The Goodwyf will tell you about Hamptonne’s royal connections and give you an insight into her day to day life, including cooking on the open fire, making soap and candles, and preparing herbal remedies and makeup.

  • Take a free tour of Mont Orgueil Castle with one of our volunteer guides.
    10:30 am-1:00 pm
    2021.04.28-2021.06.30

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

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

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

    Mondays – Meet guide Roy McCarthy at 10.30am

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

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

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

    Fridays  – Meet guide Geoff Reakes at 11am

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  • Take a tour of Elizabeth Castle with one of our guides
    10:45 am-2:00 pm
    2021.04.29-2021.06.30

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

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

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

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

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

    Wednesdays – Join guide Janet Wicks at 11am

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

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

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

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

  • LA HOUGUE BIE TOUR
    10:45 am-4:00 pm
    2021.04.29-2021.06.30

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

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

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

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

    Tuesdays – Edward Le Couteur at 10.45am

    Wednesdays – Philippa Kergozou at 10.45am

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

    Fridays – Craig Leach at 10.45am – starts May

    Saturdays – Sarah Kitchin at 10.45am – starts 27 March

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