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Jersey Events Diary for 2015

Dates to look forward to in Jersey Channel Islands 70th anniversary Liberation logo

Dates are beginning to fill up in our Jersey events diary for 2015 with some annual favourites such as the boat show, motoring festival, walking week and summer shows. There’s also some rather exciting things planned to commemorate The Channel Islands 70th Liberation anniversary with a 6 week Channel Islands Heritage Festival planned for April and May. With 2015 Battle of Flowers tickets on sale from November, don’t leave it too late to book your 2015 holiday or break!

Jersey RFC fixtures:

3pm at Rue des Landes, St Peter

  • 10 Jan – Jersey RFC v Bristol
  • 31 Jan – Jersey RFC v Nottingham
  • 14 Feb – Jersey RFC v Bedford Blues
  • 7 March – Jersey RFC v London Scottish
  • 21 March – Jersey RFC v Worcester
  • 11 April – Jersey RFC v Cornish Pirates
  • 25 April – Jersey RFC v Mosely
  • 2 May – SIAM Cup

28 – 29 March

Spring Flower Show
Displays, workshops and competitions hosted by The Royal Jersey Agricultural and Horticultural Society. RJA & HS Royal Jersey Showground, La Route de Trinite 10.30am – 5pm.

Channel Islands Heritage Festival logo3 April – 11 May

2015 Channel Islands Heritage Festival
A 6 week celebration of the history and heritage of The Channel Islands.

6 April

Bouley Bay Hill Climb
Watch as competitors in a variety of motor vehicles take to the steep climbs of Bouley Hill 10am – 5.30pm. Adults £4, Pensioners £3, Under 16’s free.

2 – 4 May

Barclays Jersey Boat Show
Free boat show with super yachts and water craft of all shapes and sizes lined up in St Helier Marina.

3 May

Diabetes Jersey North 2 South Challenge
Take part in a 7 mile sponsored walk around the island and raise money for diabetes. Email for details.

8 May – 11 May

Liberation Day 70
A series of special events leading up to Liberation Day.

9 May

Liberation Day
Celebrate 70 years since the Occupation in a special programme of events.

9 May – 16 May

Spring Walking Week
Explore Jersey with guided walks, foraging workshops and talks.

21 – 25 May

Jersey Food Festival
Enjoy the best of Jersey’s seasonal produce with pop up stalls, food foraging, brewery tours, live entertainment, children’s activities and cookery demonstrations around the island.

6 – 7 June

Jersey International Festival of MotoringBouley Bay Hill Climb
Parades, hill sprints and competitions for a range of vehicles.

13 – 14 June

RJA & HS Summer Fair
Traditional Country Fair hosted by Royal Jersey Agricultural and Horticultural Society which includes the Jersey Rosarian’s Rose Show. 10.30am – 5pm, RJA & HS Royal Jersey Showground, La Route de Trinite, Trinity.

26 – 29 June

June in Bloom
Open Gardens, The Jersey Rose Show and other flower filled events.

27 June – 3 July

Natwest Island Games 2015
Competitive games event for participants from small islands.

7 – 8 July

Tour des Ports de la Manche
The tour arrives in St Helier Marina before departing for Port Diélette.

10 – 12 July (tbc)

Big Gig in the Park
Live music event.

16 July

Bouley Bay Hill Climb
Competitive motor racing around the bends of Bouley Bay. Spectators welcome.

18 July

Jersey International Beach Rugby Tournament
Summer fun with beach rugby at St Brelade’s Bay 10am – 5pm. Free for spectators.

18 – 19 July

Fête de St Helier
Street entertainment, stalls, fairground rides and live music in the streets of St Helier.

19 July

Jersey Triathlon
Using the identical course to the Island wide Games in June, join one of the most exhilarating challenges. For more information email

26 – 29 July

Jersey in Bloom
An island wide floral festival including The Jersey Rose Show, walks and open gardens.

9 August

Jersey Seaside Festival
Traditional seaside fun, music and games at Havre des Pas.

13th – 14th August 

Battle of Flowers and Moonlight ParadeBattle of Flowers float
One of Jersey’s most popular events with beautifully florally decorated floats, music, dancing and entertainment.

22 – 23 August

Summer Flower and Produce Show
Floral displays and exhibits as well as the Jersey Poultry and Ornithological Summer Show hosted by The Royal Horticultural Society at RJA & HS Royal Jersey Showground, La Route de Trinite, Trinity 10.30am – 5pm.

31 August

Bouley Bay Hill Climb
Competitive motor racing around the bends of Bouley Bay. Spectators welcome.

4 – 6 September

UBS Jersey Regatta
3 days of yacht racing with cruiser, sportsboat, dayboat, sport-catamaran and dinghy classes.

5 – 6 September

Jersey Live Music Festival
11am – 11pm RJA & HS Royal Jersey Showground, Trinity.

10 September

International Air Display
Look to the skies for breathtaking displays from RAFAT Red Arrows and other military and civilian aircraft. Free display.

12 – 19 September

Autumn Walking Week
Free walks around the island as well as the ‘Around the island walk’ costing £25.

13 September

The Great North Coast Charity Challenge
Raising money for ‘Hands around the World’ supporting community projects in Rwanda, Uganda and Zambia, visitors and locals can take part in a sponsored 19 mile walk around the island.

1 Oct – 10 November

The inter island showcase of first class set price menus starting from just £10!

17 – 18 October

La Faîs’sie d’Cidre (Cider Festival)
Traditional Cider Making Festival at Hamptonne, La Rue de la Patente. Adults, £7.90 Children, £5.00 Pensioners, £6.90.

19 – 20 October

Black Butter Making
Join in the making of this year’s Jersey Black Butter, a traditional Jersey conserve.

26 NovemberLa Fête dé Noué Christmas tree

Christmas Lights Switch On
The start of the Christmas season in St Helier. Royal Square, King & Queen Street, St Helier, 5.30 – 6.30pm.

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Christina's early memories include boarding a plane to visit Kuwait at the age of two and taking big family holidays in Scotland, Cornwall and France. After enjoying time teaching in London and Holland and marrying into a family spread from Ireland to the Channel Islands and America, it is no surprise that along with husband Julian they trekked around the world when three of their five children were small. Christina now runs the family company and writes and helps with the Travelsmith web and social media sites. Email: