Monthly Archives: September 2014

  • The National Trust of Guernsey is looking for volunteers to assist in its ever popular Victorian Shop and Parlour situated in Cornet Street. The shop is open 10am to 4pm Tuesday until Saturday from the beginning of April until the end of September and a few days pre-Christmas. The pretty little shop is steeped in […]

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  • Assembled Members and friends at NTG’s 53rd AGM would all agree that guest speaker Charles Alluto held everyone captivated, as he spoke of the acquisitions, challenges and campaigns covered by National Trust for Jersey since its foundation, some 75 years ago. In his own words, Charles Alluto feels passionately about conservation, preservation and restoration.  Demolition […]

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  • We welcomed many members and friends to National Trust of Guernsey’s 53rd AGM. It’s been a productive year for NTG with positive planning approvals, completion of restorations and an interesting lease acquisition to name but a few.  Our usual big challenges remain managing financial resources and the elements, that latter always depleting the former. If […]

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  • Want to know more about what National Trust Guernsey does? Come along to tomorrow night’s AGM at St James, The Dorey Room, 7pm. It’s the perfect opportunity to hear a resume of NTG’s 2014 and plans for 2015 and beyond. We’re #1 for Looking after your Island Heritage! www.nationaltrust.gg Photograph:  The Guards at Moulin de […]

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  • We learn today that plans to re-build Idlerocks Hotel as a 5* eco-hotel have been given the go-ahead.  Most people agree that anything is better than the burnt out ruins that sit there at the moment and we’re pleased that some planning issues of concern have been addressed. Undoubtedly this is a challenging build on […]

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  • NTG’s Bonkers for Conkers is a fun for all the family event, from 2pm – 5pm on Saturday 4th October 2014 at Les Buttes, St. Saviour with Sausages & Ketchup … and no age limit! We’ll be throwing sticks to get the conkers down, threading them and having a Great Guernsey Conker-Off.  This is a […]

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  • Bill Bowen, Planning/Environment Council Member for National Trust of Guernsey, attended yesterday’s presentation by Idlerocks redevelopment planners Ramle Rocks, to States of Guernsey Environment Board and interested parties. National Trust of Guernsey voiced its concern over the viability of exterior green ‘living’ walls in exposed coastal and possible drought conditions plus the overall ‘1960’s style’ […]

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  • We’ve just heard the wonderful news that Waitrose’s August collection of Community Matters Tokens at Admiral Park, has lead to a greatly appreciated donation of £450.00 for National Trust of Guernsey. Your support and your generosity is received with a great … big … hearty … THANK YOU!

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  • An inspirational picture if ever there was one … Drummond Castle Gardens, National Trust for Scotland.  If you’ve taken memorable trip to a National Trust property, and have some inspirational photographs and words to share, we’d love to hear from you. We’re putting together our Autumn Newsletter which will feature a column for Members’ input.  […]

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