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ArtHouse Jersey Exhibition: 'Into The Flow' with Mind Jersey
ArtHouse Jersey are delighted to announce ‘Into the Flow’, an upcoming art exhibition at Greve de Lecq Barracks Studios that will present artwork created over a twelve month collaboration period between ArtHouse Jersey and Mind Jersey.
Tortoise Takeover a 'shell-out' with local businesses
The trail, which will feature 50 uniquely designed giant tortoises, is already taking shape with all sculptures now sponsored.
Utilities to support The National Trust for Jersey’s ‘Green Grid’ campaign
Three of Jersey’s utility companies have joined together to support the National Trust for Jersey’s campaign to plant and restore the island’s hedgerows.
ArtHouse Jersey Pop Up Exhibition: 'Oceans & Emotions'
ArtHouse Jersey is delighted to announce the latest in their pop up art exhibition series, ‘Oceans & Emotions’, a solo show by photographer James Thompson.
La Ronde Porte bequeathed to The National Trust for Jersey
The National Trust for Jersey is delighted to announce that it has been bequeathed an historic farm in the Parish of St Saviour.
Jersey Zoo welcomes two new residents to its Cloud Forest
Durrell is thrilled to announce the arrival of Rio and Terry, Linne’s two-toed sloths, to Jersey Zoo.
The Princess Royal chooses 'Sanctuary' tortoise design to mark 50 years of patronage
HRH The Princess Royal hosted a reception at St James’s Palace on 12 October to celebrate her 50th anniversary of patronage for Durrell Wildlife Conservation Trust. To mark the occasion Durrell is gifting Her Royal Highness a tortoise sculpture from the much-anticipated Tortoise Takeover art trail, which will take over Jersey next summer.