Enjoy: Education - Family Activities
May Half Term
(Tuesday 28th May – Saturday 1st June)
Tuesday 28th May – Saturday 1st June
The National Trust for Jersey is staging its annual environment festival #LoveNature over the May half term. Set in and around St Ouen’s Bay in Jersey’s National Park and at other Sites of Special Interest owned by the Trust, the event coincides with and showcases the open afternoon at Le Noir Pré to see the wild orchids in all their glory. Participants are invited to enjoy a week of all things ‘green’ such as scenic walks, bird tours, dawn chorus and sunset activities, bug safaris, pollinator picnics and a host of other wildlife activities.
Education activities to be staged during #LoveNature:
Waste-Free-Wedesday – join our Education Officer and local artists at the Whitehouse to learn how to turn household rubbish into beautiful and creative nature-themed items.
Rockpool Rambles – Rockpooling sessions will be offered during low-tide at L’Etacq to families.
Bug-hunting – Families can join our rangers and education officer at ‘Bob’s Hide’ at the back of Noir Pré orchid field to hunt for bugs