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Help Us Keep Consumers Up to Date with Travel Requirements

As global travel restrictions evolve, help us to ensure our visitors are fully informed and have the latest guidance ahead of their trip to Jersey.

The Durrell Challenge 2020 - Event Update

Further to the Government of Jersey’s update on Friday 7 August with regard to the Public Health Department’s policy for mass gatherings and events in Level 1 of Jersey’s Safe Exit Framework, we wanted to share an update regarding the Durrell Challenge that is due to take place on Sunday 27 September 2020.

August Passenger Arrivals

During August, there were just under 30,400 arrivals from 14 different airports, reflecting a decrease of 69% compared to last August.

The Face of Liberation Revealed

ArtHouse Jersey’s Face of Liberation has finally been announced with the Island’s largest piece of community artwork ever created revealed to the public this week at Liberation Bus Station.

Black Butter - Lé Nièr Beurre

The National Trust for Jersey will once again be making ‘Black Butter’ at The Elms, La Chève Rue, St. Mary with apples from its orchards and others around the Island next week a month earlier than usual as a result of an early harvest.

Blue Islands Launch Extended Summer Schedule

Blue Islands has now extended its on-sale schedule for next summer to cover the whole of the summer school holiday period for 2021.

Get More for Your Money When You Buy Local

Genuine Jersey members are offering people the chance to get more for their money with a raft of special offers in conjunction with the Government issued £100 ecard voucher.

Meet the Militia at Le Catel Fort

A rare opportunity to visit the Trust’s late 18th century guardhouse situated high on the eastern cliffs that dominate Greve de Lecq Bay and visit a traditional tented encampment.