The National Trust for Jersey hosts a variety of events and activities throughout the year that offer unique opportunities to enjoy our island in a special and memorable way.
Our varied programmes include countryside walks and tours, concerts, workshops, black butter making and festivals to suit every taste. These events provide exciting and inspiring opportunities to enjoy Jersey to its full potential. To learn more about specific events please choose an event from the slider menu below or select an event from the calendar.
In an effort to keep this tradition alive, the National Trust for Jersey stage its annual event and invite participants to embrace the community spirit and get involved in the ancient art of making Black Butter – peeling apples from 2 to 5pm in the Pressoir at The Elms.Find out more »
Come along and get involved in the National Trust for Jersey’s annual Black Butter making event. It is a real community affair with all ages welcome and it is free!`Find out more »
Enjoy Market Day at The Elms. Buy freshly made Black Butter and wander around the food and produce stalls.Find out more »
Les P'tits Faîtchieaux are 'Little Folk' and local legend has it that they lived in the dolmens and came out at night to secretly do housework or plough fields in exchange for cake! They were also known for being mischievous and hiding things. Come along and join local artist Kerry-Jane Warner and make one or two of these delightful little local characters to bring the spirit of fun and helpfulness to your home this Christmas.Find out more »
Learn how to make a beautiful Christmas wreath using fresh greenery at this evening workshop in the Pressoir at The Elms with Clara Barthorpe from Wilde Thyme.Find out more »
Join Penny Setubal and learn the art of chocolate making just in time for Christmas. The workshop is very interactive and you will learn to temper, use moulds and make truffles and other delights to use as gifts.Find out more »
Wassailing is said to awaken the cider apple trees and scare away evil spirits to ensure a good harvest! Come along to the Elms, enjoy the Helier Morris Men as they sing and dance, bring 'noise makers' (or make something really noisy with our Education Officer!) to use as we process to the orchard, and watch the trees being 'toasted' with tots of Sloe gin!Find out more »