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.
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An interesting and exciting walk around St Ouen’s BayFind out more »
Amanda will guide you in simple practices to enable you to slow down, quieten that monkey mind, so you may receive the gifts of natureFind out more »
Families are invited to join our Education Officer at Quétivel Mill (or in the woodland, if weather permits) to celebrate World Book and Copyright Day by hearing a reading of the enchanting 'Lost Words', a beautiful book of verses that aims to reconnect people with the natural world and its words that have been lost. Afterwards, we will take a walk through the valley and woods, to see if we can find the lost words. Suitable for young and older…Find out more »
Watch the whole milling process from start to finish at the Island's only working watermill and purchase a souvenir bag of flour.Find out more »
Mark International Dawn Chorus day and enjoy a beautiful early morning walk in St Peter's Valley and listen to the world waking up. 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 woodland in St Peter's Valley. Join Neil and Alli (Birding Tours Jersey) and you may even see…Find out more »
Explore the back streets of St Helier with the 16 New Street housekeeper to find out where families used to do their shopping in the Georgian era.Find out more »
Come along to The Elms and spend a creative evening making a beautiful cloth bag for your clothes pegs.Find out more »
Learn about tales of the Occupation and the people that lived through it in this country walk with Blue Badge guide Sue Hardy Life in this country Parish during the Occupation is illustrated in the 75th Anniversary Exhibition in the Liberation Gardens. Walking through the surrounding countryside will bring those days to life, with tales of the occupying forces and stories of the daily lives of residents. Meet at the church gate Bus route No. 7 - Bus arrives at…Find out more »
Join James Dyson Rural Crafts Artist and ‘Little Green Man’ Alcindo Pinto in the orchard at The Elms and learn how to make wattle hurdles. Learn how to make wattle hurdles (fencing panels and garden edging panels) out of natural materials such as hazel or willow. Wattle fencing is made from woven coppiced willow meaning it is cut from new growth, giving it superb flexibility and providing uniform thickness across each fence panel. Enjoy a cup of tea and homemade…Find out more »
Enjoy an atmospheric candlelit tour of 16 New Street with the Trust's costumed team to learn about food and drink in the Georgian era.Find out more »