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Discover the latest news and updates from the island break. Please keep us up to date with your industry updates and drop us a line at press@visitjersey.je. From new hotel openings, refurbishments and quirky accommodation stories, new restaurant and nightlife openings and examples of trends from eating and drinking to shopping and wellness, we're keen to share your story.  Download previous issues of the Visit Jersey industry e-news here.

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St. Helier Christmas Window Competition

Celebrating the creative talents of St Helier's retailers, the St. Helier Christmas Window Competition will launch on 15th November 2018

Tour & Travel Operators Experience the Ultimate Trip to Jersey

In October, Visit Jersey hosted the winners of the 'Ultimate Fam' educational escape.  

Win your place on our tourism trailblazer FAM trip!

Inspire visitors to discover Jersey year-round & join our Visit Kent educational trip Our ambition is to leave our visitors with lasting memories. In 2019, we will work in partnership with suppliers on-island to curate compelling reasons to visit the island break. 

Black Butter Making with the National Trust for Jersey

Peelers, Stirrers and Fillers required…. 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.

Exit Survey Analysis - January to August 2018

There were nearly 119,000 visits to Jersey during August with visitors spending 516,000 nights on the island.

Harvest at La Mare is best since 1976

The heatwave this summer provided excellent conditions for winemaking at La Mare Wine Estate in St Mary.

Longueville Manor Continues 'St. Saviour's School Initiative'

For the 12th year running, Longueville Manor is delighted to be welcoming back the “St Saviour’s School initiative”, which reaches out to local children on topics of sustainability, history and business within the hospitality sector.

September 2018 Weather Round-Up

September was warmer, drier and, in particular, sunnier than is typically the case.