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.
To commemorate World Book Day, the Trust has decorated the rooms of 16 New Street to resemble sets from Beatrix Potter’s famous tales. Meet Mr McGregor in the garden, Mrs Tiggy Winkle in the kitchen – and discover the mess the Two Bad Mice have made in the attic! Activities on the day include storytelling throughout the house, a small exhibition about the life and work of Beatrix Potter, who bequeathed her estate in the Lake District to the National…Find out more »
Join local historian Peter Le Rossignol for a fascinating talk on the history of coffee and then enjoy a coffee tasting afterwards courtesy of Ella and Drew Locke, who run Locke’s café from the Trust’s latest renovation project in Pitt Street. Find out why coffee was banned in Mecca (because it was believed to stimulate radical thinking), how it was given papal approval after earlier being dismissed as the ‘bitter invention of Satan’.Find out more »
Join local historian Peter Le Rossignol for a vibrant cultural history of Britain’s most iconic drink, beginning in the underbelly of Georgian England, detouring through the Empire (with a G&T in hand) and finishing in the modern day. During the course of the evening, gin lovers will find out how ‘mother’s ruin’ evolved into the superior drink it is today and also taste several different styles of gin courtesy of Will Beresford at Love Wine.Find out more »