Creative Ways With Willow

12/04/2017By National Trust for JerseyLatest News No Comments

The Trust’s Lands team have been delighted to work with Michelle Caine and Alcindo Pinto in developing an amazing willow toad structure at Le Don Sinkins in Waterworks Valley. Michelle, originally from The Wirral, but now residing in rural Wales, has made quite a name for herself with her larger than life willow sculptures, and … Read More

Discover Magazine Spring 2017

21/03/2017By National Trust for JerseyLatest News No Comments

We are delighted to have published our new look  spring membership magazine, DISCOVER.  We have combined our membership magazine with our explore events brochure and come up with our new look magazine which we hope our members and supporters will enjoy.  Please let us have your feedback so we can continue to develop our communications … Read More

Gift Membership

12/01/2017By National Trust for JerseyLatest News No Comments

A  gift membership to the National Trust for Jersey could provide your friend or relative with a passport to heritage places and landscapes worldwide. Whether its landscapes, heritage, wildlife, walking or just somewhere peaceful to relax and enjoy some time out a gift membership offers so much more for the individual, couple or whole family: … Read More

Elm Tree Planting Scheme

06/12/2016By National Trust for JerseyLatest News No Comments

Jersey Electricity is asking its customers to ‘turn over a new leaf’ this autumn and switch from paper bills to ebills and in so doing help the National Trust for Jersey to restore the Island’s Elm tree population previously devastated by Dutch Elm Disease. The Trust’s CEO Charles Alluto said: ‘The Elm leaf is our … Read More

The Biggar Request

06/12/2016By Sarah HillLatest News No Comments

In 2004 Mrs Sylvia Biggar very generously gifted 21 vergées of coastal land surrounding her property at La Coupe to the National Trust, as she wanted to ensure that the natural beauty she had enjoyed during her life time, together with her late husband Nigel Biggar, would be permanently protected for the benefit of the … Read More