A lush day spent wandering in the Gorey village
Villages have a quintessential charm that makes you feel like you are walking in a dream. I hate to sound so soft and mopey but, for the life of me, I can’t think of a better way to describe it.
Interview with Claire Haithwaite – Founder of Haithwaite Ceramics in Jersey
Claire Haithwaite was born in Jersey and, at the age of 18, moved to London to pursue a career in design, publishing and retail design. Eventually she moved to Amsterdam where she renovated a number of Dutch canal houses.
A chat with Kary Day – Blue Badge Guide from Jersey
As a writer and former dance teacher with a passion for history, Kary’s love of her Island home inspired her to qualify as a Blue Badge Tourist Guide, and to become a site guide for Jersey Heritage.
Jersey War Tunnels and Mont Orgueil Castle in Jersey
Jersey is perhaps best-known for its fine beaches, warm summer weather and distinctive French influence, which help to draw in thousands of tourists every year.
Caravanning in Beuvelande Campsite and Rozel Camping Park in Jersey
As I have found to my delight, caravanning or motorhoming can be a great way to see Jersey and although the choice of caravan sites may be small, each one offers something very unique.