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.
The Elms.The Elms in St Mary – headquarters of the National Trust for Jersey – was bequeathed to the charity in 1975 by Nicolle Perrée. The property comprises a main dwelling house, subsidiary farmhouse, an extensive range of outbuildings including a boulangerie (bakehouse) and pressoir (cider barn) a walled garden and cider apple orchard. Address: The Elms, La Chevre Rue, St Mary, JE3 3EN. Parking Top Field (please follow directional signs)
Le Rât.Set in an unspoilt valley in St Lawrence, Le Rât is a fine example of local vernacular architecture of the 16th or early 17th century. Purchased by the trust in 1937 for £200, the cottage was sensitively renovated in the late 1990s.Address: Le Rat, Mont L’Evesque, St Lawrence. Parking: St Lawrence Primary School Car Park
Les Côtils Farm. This farm complex in rural St Helier comprises a main house, pressoir, stables, pigsties and potato store and was bequeathed to the trust in 2003 by Donald Le Brun. The main house has undergone a comprehensive programme of renovation and refurbishment, while the former pressoir has been renovated into a two/three-bedroom cottage. Address: Les Cotils Farm, La Rue des Cotils, Mont à L’Abbé, St Helier. Parking: Field at Les Cotils.
Bellozanne Abbey.. Despite its name being a misnomer – no such abbey existed in Jersey -, Bellozanne Abbey off Grande Route de Mont à l’Abbé, is of considerable archaeological and historic significance. Constructed on the Fief of the Abbot of Bellozanne, the two-storey, five-bay granite farmhouse has rare medieval features including octagonal and round chimney stacks with fire hoods and a chamfered arched doorway, circa1500.Address: Bellozanne Mont à L’Abbé, St Helier . Parking: Westhill Country Hotel
WWII Occupation relics in addition to trust properties, the Jersey Fortification Study Group will be opening a World War Two German water storage bunker at Sands in St Ouen’s Bay. Also known as the RN High Tower it is part of a network of Occupation fortifications on the west coast. Address: Water Storage Bunker, Sands, La Grande Route des Mielles. Parking: Public Car Park next to Sands. Look out for the National Trust flags!
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