Jersey Heritage Member Events

Exclusive for Jersey Heritage Members


Jersey Heritage Members' Event

We’ve created a series of exclusive events tailor made for our Members.  To join an event you must have personal Membership of Jersey Heritage and you’ll need to bring your Membership fob with you on the day.


These events are exclusively for personal Jersey Heritage Members (JH Members).  So please make sure you have your Membership Fob with you when you attend.

Lizard Walks

Mon 18th July to Friday 22nd July

Two 45 min walks per day at 11am & 12pm

Come and join Sarah Maguire from Jersey Biodiversity Centre as she takes you on a guided wall lizard walk in search of the Podarcis Muralis! Explore the stone walls and rockeries of Devon Gardens and discover how urban areas can be a haven for wildlife such as these lizards and pollinators.

The walk, which is open exclusively to you, ourMembers, starts at Gorey Pier bus stop and will finish in the grounds of Mont Orgueil Castle. Along the walk you’ll be recording what you see to help the project Reptile Watch.je, a local conservation project, which is monitoring reptiles in Jersey.

Book your FREE place(s) on the walk here.

 

Trade Roots Talk and Tour

Thursday 25 August at 6pm

New research has shown that No 9 Pier Road, part of Jersey Museum, Art Gallery & Victorian House, was built partly on the profits of the transatlantic slave trade. The ‘Trade Roots’ exhibition, which will have just opened to the public, explores Jersey’s historic links to slavery, from Islanders who owned mahogany plantations overseas and traded in slave-produced goods, to those who campaigned for the abolition of slavery.

You are invited to an exclusive, private viewing the ‘Trade Roots’ exhibition on Thursday 25 August at 6pm in the company of guest curator and speaker Jade Ecobichon-Gray.  Jade is a member of the Jersey Heritage Diversity Group and she will reflect on the importance of sharing the stories of previously excluded voices and moving towards a more authentic, inclusive and representative history.

Places are limited so please reserve your FREE place(s) here.