It's the Season ... to go Sightseeing.
NTG Members enjoy free admission to UK National Trust sites
NTG's Liberation Window at Creasey's Main Department Store. Thank you Creasey's! We've loved doing this.
Selfridges next? Our NTG Liberation window at Creasey's
Fabulous Window Artist Kerry Clarke, asked us to help out with period costume for 1940 Liberation Day celebrations. We put in a call to arms to Gillian Lenfestey, our Costume Curator and here's our proud result.
Very amusingly ... the Ladies Fashion Department have had shoppers asking 'where is the zip up dress ... or, that jacket ... the ones in the window!" ... Thank you Kerry, thank you Creasey's and also thank you to Dowding Signs ... you were all rapid and brilliant!
NTG May Diary ... Rare! Small Group Trips to Jethou 18 May
In response to feed-back from previous trips to Jethou, this year's trip will depart from Herm so that, on return from Jethou, we can gather at the Mermaid for lunch.
Members, friends and family will find their own way over to Herm. Trident departs at 1030. Buz White will ferry us in small groups from Herm Harbour to Jethou. The price of the trip will be £15 per person. Trident Ferry is offering a £1 discount on the Herm return for those showing a NTG card.
There will, however, be room for 12 people to go direct to Jethou and back for the flat fee of £15 (omitting Herm).
Boat direct to Jethou will depart from Inter-Island Quay at 1030. Crossings from Herm Harbour to Jethou will start at approximately 11am.
The early bird catches the worm - numbers are limited. To book, please email Jeanne at email@example.com
For further NTG diary dates see Events
Overseas Visitor & NTG Reciprocal Trusts
Overseas visitors with whom we have Reciprocal Arrangements can enjoy free entry into NTG Folk & Costume Museum at Saumarez Park.* NTG Members qualify for free entry into all UK National Trust properties and other worldwide National Trusts with whom we have Reciprocal Arrangements.
We Protect - You Enjoy
We look after historic houses, their gardens, a water mill, coastline, forests, farmland, historic island fortifications, hundreds of ancient artefacts and ... a magnificent costume collection.
With the exception of privately tenanted properties, all of the above are available for you to enjoy.
The Bailiwick of Guernsey Millennium Tapestry
1000 years of local history in ten embroidered panels. "No visitor to Guernsey should by-pass this attraction"
The Guernsey Botanical Trust
Since 2006, Guernsey BotanicalTrust has been working on the restoration of the Victorian Walled Kitchen Garden at Saumarez Park. Their second greenhouse, The Orchard House was officially opened in the Summer of 2012 by their Royal Highnesses The Duke & Duchess of Cornwall.
Giving back to NTG
Over the years we have received many welcome donations and bequests from people who share our dedication to preserving and restoring the best of Guernsey. If you are considering making a donation or bequest, please contact our Trust Co-Ordinator, Tim Spencer.
All correspondence pertaining to bequests should please be posted directly to our Treasurer:-
National Trust of Guernsey
26 Cornet Street
St. Peter Port
Guernsey GY1 1LF
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And most of all - we extend a very warm welcome to your National Trust of Guernsey!
NTG is a local self-funding charity, independent of The States of Guernsey, and as such is reliant on membership subscriptions, donations and bequests for the funding of its essential programme of maintenance, repair and renovation of its properties and the conservation and preservation of NTG's land. NTG also derives an important part of its income from the rental of its properties which can mean that there is limited access to some of its buildings. However, except for sensitive areas, most NTG lands are freely accessible, providing a valuable opportunity for people to enjoy and appreciate Guernsey’s landscape and coastline. To Read The Rules of National Trust of Guernsey CLICK HERE