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Volume 19. Issue 29. 24th April 2019. View Online
Join Visit Jersey in Dublin

You are invited to an evening with Visit Jersey and partners in Dublin on Wednesday 1st May.

Come and discover Jersey. An island of natural beauty where landscapes are just waiting to be explored. #theislandbreak 

Join us at 6pm for a 6.30pm start at Bourbon Bar (upstairs at The Odeon,) 57 Harcourt St, Saint Kevin's, Dublin 2, D02 VE22.

The evening will kick off at 6.30pm with welcome drinks followed by a chance to network with Visit Jersey and partners in speed networking sessions. Food and drink will be served throughout the evening and there will be a fun and interactive quiz with many prizes to be won.

CLICK HERE to RSVP no later than Friday 26th April 2019.

Beaching For The Top Spot

We are delighted that St. Brelade’s Bay Beach has been recognised as third best-rated beach in the 2019 UK TripAdvisor Travellers’ Choice Awards. With over 30 beaches around the island, our visitors are never more than ten minutes from the water’s edge. This award is testament to the hard work and care that so many people provide; public sector staff keeping gardens and public spaces immaculate, and private companies providing great experiences for our visitors at all our beaches. Join us in getting St. Brelade’s Bay to the top spot by encouraging visitors to upload their reviews of the bay on TripAdvisor. 

Sixty years of saving species

On 26 March 2019, Jersey Zoo celebrated 60 years since its opening — the very beginning of the global charity that is now the Durrell Wildlife Conservation Trust.

Since its inception Durrell has had the same four-word mission statement, ‘Saving Species from Extinction’ and this remains at the heart of what the Trust does today. The international charity recently launched its ‘Rewild our World’ strategy that sets out four headline goals to achieve by 2025, when its founder, Gerald Durrell, would have celebrated his 100th birthday.

CLICK HERE for Jersey zoo.

Jersey War Tunnels Re-opens with new Café and Escape Room

Award-winning attraction, Jersey War Tunnels will be re-opening its doors to the public on Friday 01 March following significant investment in a new 1940s café and second escape room. 

Over the winter months, Jersey War Tunnels has designed and created a new 1940s café in its visitor centre called Vega Café. The café is named after the SS Vega that brought Red Cross supplies to starving Islanders in the Channel Islands during WWII. Complete with floral wallpaper, authentic furniture, vintage china, gingham curtains and green carpet, the café provides visitors with a truly authentic 1940s experience. The café will be staffed primarily by Islanders of retirement age and will serve a selection of cakes as well as hot and cold meals. The ‘Library’ section of the café will be available for weekend afternoon tea bookings and private parties.

CLICK HERE for Jersey War Tunnels.

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