The Trust’s outdoor areas of natural beauty remain open to the public and we wholeheartedly encourage Islanders to enjoy open space, if appropriate, while adhering to the government’s social distancing guidelines.
The National Trust for Jersey cares for over 1500 vergées of land and 19 kilometres of public footpath making it the largest private landowner in the island. There are some beautiful outdoor spaces for us all to explore.
"The National Trust for Jersey was founded in 1936 to protect Jersey’s natural beauty, rich wildlife and historic places for ever and for everyone. Over the coming weeks, we will do all that we can to continue to provide public benefit through caring for our lands and historic buildings thereby giving our community access to nature, beauty and history." Charles Alluto, CEO of the National Trust for Jersey
Due to the current situation, The National Trust for Jersey has closed its offices at The Elms for the foreseeable future, and they have delayed the opening of 16 New Street until Friday 1 May to help in the Island’s efforts to slow down the spread of the coronavirus.
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