Monthly Archives: September 2020

  • Like a dog with its nose to the wind, Guernsey Bean Jar comes rolling in with Autumn. A traditional Island recipe using simple ingredients of pork hock, root vegetables and haricot beans, this is the quintessential comfort food of Guernsey as temperatures cool. We know the change from an island set in spring and summer […]

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  • Our Estate Manager and Coordinator, Jemma Field, stands sparkling, if diminutive amongst four towering Elizabeth College students who make up the National Trust of Guernsey Rangers whose project is the planting of donated saplings. After a year of ground work installing a gridforce parking area at Les Caches Farm followed by a hot, dry summer, […]

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  • Our Museum Shop at the Folk and Costume Museum, Saumarez Park is open until 30 October. There are plenty of beautiful gifts to buy for cosy Autumn times and for shoppers wanting to get ahead of the Christmas rush and posting abroad. Open Mon–Sat 10am-5pm Sun 11am-3pm. How to find us: Saumarez Park, Castel, GY5 […]

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  • It was with the greatest of pleasure that National Trust of Guernsey welcomed Emma Le Cornu (Conservator, Library and Archives) and Laura McCoy (Natural History Curator) from Manx National Heritage at the Folk and Costume Museum, Saumarez Park. With the Trumpet Vine (Campsis Radicans) in full bloom, the courtyard provided an even more than usual […]

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  • Please join us for a round-up of Trust news during a year when the wheels kept on turning, but we were unable to share so much with you, our Members, friends and usual visitors.  2020 has been an exceptional year for sharing National Trust of Guernsey properties and places with Islanders. Les Caches Farm has […]

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  • Join Silver-accredited tour guide, Victoria Robinson on Saturday 19th September, in a rare opportunity to have a guided tour of Houmet Paradis and the surrounding area. This tiny north-eastern islet takes its name from the word ‘paradise’ and has a fascinating past. Hear about connections to Victor Hugo, the Occupation, quarrying and more. This small […]

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