Monthly Archives: October 2016

  •   Visitors to Fermain Bay will have noticed that the late-18th Century Loophole Tower No.15 at Fermain is shrouded in scaffolding and protective plastic covers. The Fermain Tower, as it is usually known, was bequeathed to the National Trust of Guernsey in 2002 by Percy Ferguson. The Trust is now carrying out essential internal and external building […]

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  • Between us, we’ve managed to put together a large parcel of land that whilst, already accessible to everyone, now has a fuller provenance for future generations to enjoy. National Trust of Guernsey President, Tony Spruce, thanks Insurance Corporation, Guernsey Trees for Life and Guernsey Conservation Volunteers for the opportunity to establish The Queen’s Jubilee Wood […]

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  • With plump Quince ripening around the courtyard walls at National Trust of Guernsey’s Folk and Costume Museum, Saumarez Park, v.Japonica Chaenomeles are ready to be conjured into flavoursome treats.  Quince cheese (Dulce de Membrillo) or Quince jelly add fruity notes to lamb stews and game dishes … or simply, add a sweet top hat on […]

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