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Blue Islands Offers Additional Luggage Allowances To Students

At Blue Islands we understand travelling to and from university or college can be stressful, especially for new students.

Walking Through Autumn Festival

The National Trust for Jersey is staging its annual ‘Walking through Autumn’ festival next week from 9th – 13th September.

Savour Local Menus This Autumn

Jersey Hospitality Association and Genuine Jersey have teamed up with the Appetite Eating Guide to launch ‘Savour’ festival, allowing islanders to enjoy a feast of local food at affordable prices.

Christmas Cows Win PRCA Award

We are delighted to announce that are cows in Christmas jumpers have won Best Public Sector Campaign at the PRCA Dare Awards 2020

Visit Jersey Trade Iniatives

Last week, the trade team continued the delivery of the Visit Jersey specialist webinar series, hosting the latest session on ‘History and Culture.’

Hopes to make Jersey Local Food Challenge viral

The Jersey Local Food Challenge, which returns for its third year at the end of August, will be asking challengers to get snappy – sharing photos of their local produce meals to inspire and encourage more of us to buy and eat local.

Book Summer 2021 now with Blue Islands

Blue Islands’ summer 2021 flights are now on sale, providing high frequency regional connectivity between the Channel Islands and to the UK, plus services within the UK connecting the South and South West to the North and to Ireland.

Jersey Oak to put down roots in St. Helier

Jersey Oak will be unveiling its new Seale Street showroom this Thursday, as the home interiors store moves to just an acorn’s throw from Sand Street carpark.