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.
La Veil’Ye – an informal evening of music, poetry and storytelling
March 31 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Join us at Jersey’s only remaining working watermill, Le Moulin de Quetivel, for a relaxing evening of food, music, poetry and storytelling.
Join Jersey folk band, Sonneux, for an informal evening of acoustic music, storytelling and poetry in English and Jerriais at the beautiful Moulin de Quetivel in St Peter’s Valley. Wrap up warm and take a step back in time…
Please feel free to join in, take a turn or just sit back and revel in the shenanigans.
Price includes a light supper of homemade Jersey beancrock (vegetarian or meat) and Jersey Cabbage loaf.
WHAT TO BRING: A simple light supper will be provided, but please bring your own drinks and your own crockery/cutlery. Pack a blanket, wear sensible shoes and don’t forget to bring a torch as the route from the car park is unlit.
PARKING: Limited parking on site, so best to arrive early and park at the Mill Pond (10 minute walk). Better still, come by bike and make use of our new cycle racks.
ACCESS: We are sorry, but there is no wheelchair access for this event as the doors to this historic building are too narrow.