Monthly Archives: July 2016

  • Charlotte Le Marquand is a third year zoology student at Swansea University undertaking a hedgehog project investigating the distribution of the species on Guernsey. In March this year, Charlie got in touch with National Trust of Guernsey to learn more about what goes on in the island in terms of conservation and natural history. Her […]

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  •   To squeeze and smell freshly flowering lavender, is irresistible. Even when dried, we rub and warm it, to release that time immemorial fragrance that sends us into a childhood memory, a Summer holiday or Aunt Lavinia’s drawers – whatever they were. If you’re growing lavender and can cut, dry and and bring it down […]

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  • If you’re planning trips away, it’s worth remembering that National Trust of Guernsey members enjoy free access to National Trust of England and Wales’s properties and places.  With over 400 places to visit, there’s no shortage of choice.  Within the British Isles, we also enjoy reciprocal arrangements with National Trust for Scotland, Northern Ireland National […]

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  • Diana Cicely Meldrum (neé Meldrum) past president of National Trust of Guernsey, passed away peacefully in Guernsey, on Monday 4th July 2016, aged 88 years. Diana once said she was Scottish by ancestry, Kentish by birth and Guernsey by adoption. Brought up in Mayfield, Sussex she moved to London after schooling and later Kings Lynn, […]

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  • We’re delighted to be stocking a range of speciality teas, blended here in Guernsey by independent business, Cup and Saucer Teas.  The founder of Cup and Saucer Teas took inspiration from her surroundings to create some unique blends. The business name Cup and Saucer is a nod to the Martello Tower ‘Fort Grey’ found on […]

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  •   Be part of Guernsey’s hugely popular annual community event by coming along to National Trust of Guernsey’s Lé Viaër Marchi from 5pm tomorrow, Monday 4th July. Wandering among the many artisan craft and produce stalls, islanders are sure to bump into friends and acquaintances they possibly haven’t seen for years. Visitors to the island […]

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  • Every year, the National Trust of Guernsey  are astonished and delighted to receive hundreds of objects from people who have taken the time to sort out and pass on their items for sale at our Bric-a-Brac tent.  With thanks to those of you, for giving us a valuable fund-raising opportunity and providing a fascinating stall […]

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