The Best of Jersey is the place to see and be seen for everything Jersey and we go out of our way to profile both the best Jersey businesses and also interesting events that are happening on the island. I am asking for help to identify what’s going on over Easter so that I can share these details with all of our members.
Some that we can think of:
• If the weather is nice why not take the family for a walk along the north coast cliff paths, this is free and provides everyone with some good exercise and the views are stunning. Why not pop down to Jersey Pearl after your walk for a snack at Olly’s, they offer excellent value meals with a good choice.
• Jersey Goldsmiths is also well worth considering, entry is free and again they will be organising child friendly events over Easter. In particular they are organising an Easter Bunny Trail on Friday 22nd April which offers prizes.
• On Saturday 23rd April there is a Farm and Craft Market on in St.Aubin that is free to browse and maybe pick up a bargain for some lovely fresh local produce.
• For motor sport fans there are two events over the weekend that would be of interest, on Sunday 24th April there is Karting on the north coast track starting at 10.00am with free entry and on Monday there is the Bouley Bay Hill Climb starting at 10.00 with an entry price of £4 for adults.
• Monday 25th April also sees Horse Racing at the Gronez course, the cost of entry is £10 for adults and the racing starts at 2.30pm, if the weather is nice this could be a great way to spend the afternoon.
The various Jersey Heritage museums and historic sites were closed during the winter but all will be open for Easter giving both adults and children the opportunity to learn more about Jersey history. My personal favourite is the Maritime museum, where entry for adults is £7.50.
Please let me know how you plan to spend the Easter weekend and if you have any suggestions about interesting things to do.
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