Seedy Sunday Jersey 2017 Join us for another Seedy event where you'll be able to swap your garden seeds, get expert advise on all matters green and muddy, have the kids entertained in the Kiddies Korner, savour the delicious raw and organic food on offer and enjoy a spot of vocal harmonies, .There will be help at hand if you are interested in allotment and organic growing, compost making, looking after wildlife and much more. All monies raised at Seedy Sunday this year will be donated to the children's charity, Brig-y-Don. Admission Free
Women in sport black tie dinner - island games fundraiser for JFA women's Football team
Make space in your diary for a fantastic evening at Durrell with Cathy Dean, CEO of Save the Rhino, and Susie Ellis, Executive Director at International Rhino Foundation. Hear from the experts about the latest updates in rhino conservation, the threats facing the species and what is being done to tackle these issues. You’ll also have the chance to hear some of Cathy and Susie’s incredible stories about working with rhinos.
- Travel in the company of wildlife conservationist, Lee Durrell - Learn about the Pygmy Hog Conservation Programme from the Project Director - Explore the stunning Kaziranga National Park in search of the one-horned rhino - Take to the rivers to watch the endangered Gangetic Dolphins
Meet our team and hear about our incredible international projects. Investigate fascinating artefacts and solve conservation conundrums. Collect an activity sheet and discover the detail of Durrell.
Challenge your family and friends to use the technology vets would use to unravel the evidence and discover just what is affecting the animals under investigation. Drop in to the workshop between 10:30am and 3:30pm.
Durrell Wildlife Conservation Trust launches ‘The Durrell Challenge 2017’.
Free for Members, included in admission fee for Non-members. How many hoopoes? Can you see a caterpillar? What tree is that? Be a budding naturalist! Meet with our wildlife experts and help Durrell do a count of the wild animals and plants that call our zoo their home. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for further details.
An amazing evening of medleys, songs from the shows and ballads sung by Jersey's largest choir. Fort Regent will be transformed into a mini arena, with a supporting rock band and includes performances from international stars.
Join us in Durrell’s Kirindy Forest to explore some of our Madagascan species. Marvel at the mongoose, get up close to our lemurs and learn about our beautiful birds.