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 18 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 »
The Glorious Birdsong at Dawn - starting at upper car park Val de la Mare Reservoir Experiencing the dawn chorus is truly unique and rewarding; well worth the early rise! Listen to nature's symphony, one of the most magical moments in the natural world, as the dark of night eases into the breaking dawn around the […]Find out more »
Join Jon Parkes, Lands Manager for the National Trust, on a ‘behind the scenes’ walk around St Ouen’s Pond, the orchid fields and other areas in and around the Bay. Learn how these sites are managed by the Lands team and access areas not normally accessible to the public. Kindly supported by Jersey Electricity We […]Find out more »
Did you know that three quarters of all the different types of crops grown around the world benefit from animal pollination? or that we have pollinators to thank for one in every three mouthfuls of food that we eat? Bring along a picnic to enjoy with your family and learn about the importance of insect pollinators, […]Find out more »
The relationship between people and plants for both food and medicine goes back hundreds of thousands of years, but recently this knowledge is being forgotten as we exchange homemade remedies for pharmaceutical cures. Whether you are interested in using herbs to aid your digestion or nourish your body, this workshop is for you. The session […]Find out more »
Come along to the Wetland Centre for an up-close encounter with some local birds of prey. Jo and Gill from the Jersey Falconry Club will be in the classroom with some special guests for you to meet. Learn about how they live and hunt in the wild and ask any questions you have about our […]Find out more »
Micro plastics occur where large pieces of plastic break down over time into increasingly smaller and smaller pieces of plastic. Nurdles are small plastic pellets the size and shape of a lentil. These are the raw material that make the plastic products we use every day. Unfortunately these tiny pieces of plastic often go unnoticed […]Find out more »
Join the Jersey Bat Group at the Wetland Centre just before the sun sets in St Ouen’s Bay and learn all there is to know about bats in this part of the Island (Hugh the Bat Talk). Enjoy a demonstration of different types of bat detectors and try out the magenta detectors at the edge […]Find out more »