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.
Events for 16 May 2019
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A celebration of the natural environment, habitats and landscapes managed by the National Trust for Jersey. The #LoveNature festival includes bat walks and tours, bug safaris, pond dipping, the opening of the orchid fields, rock pool rambles, environmental films, walks around St Ouen’s pond and Grouville Marsh, Forest Bathing and bird tours.Find out more »
Join Jon Parkes, Lands Manager on a ‘behind the scenes’ walk around St Ouen’s Pond and its environs. Jon will introduce participants to places with strange sounding names such as ‘Bob’s’, ‘the Scrape’, ‘Eddie’s Hide’, ‘the Bath and Rock fields’ and ‘the north and south canals’ to name but a few…. Kindly supported by Jersey […]Find out more »
Come along to the beautiful headland overlooking St Ouen’s Bay – Mont Grantez (site of the annual sunset concerts) after school to create beautiful organic works of art with materials found around the site. Guided by our artistic Senior Ranger Neil Harvey and Education Officer Jo Stansfield. Kindly Supported by Jersey ElectricityFind out more »
Join Mike Stentifoed MBE on a nostalgic tour around La Mielle de Morville. For a decade following 1980, the transformation of this part of St Ouen's Bay has become a major part of the Island's environmental history. From a recycled events centre to specially created hidden corners for wildlife, hear the story from a volunteer […]Find out more »
Join local botanist Tina Hull for an early evening walk around the Les Quennevais Sports Centre area to see the botanical delights that can grow in the urban environment. Then with just a short walk we will enjoy the views from the top of Les Blanche Banques reminding us that the truly wild is never […]Find out more »