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Hedgehog Population survey
HEDGEHOG POPULATION SURVEY!
HELP US FIND OUT WHAT IS HAPPENING TO HEDGEHOG NUMBERS IN JERSEY.
PLEASE PICK UP A FORM OR GO TO WWW.JERSEYHEDGEHOGS.CO.UK
If you haven’t seen any hedgehogs recently, please do take part, it is important we find out where they are NOT being seen as well as where they are.
Reg's Open Garden in Jersey
This award-winning garden is a lovely place to sit and pass away a few hours. You will enjoy relaxing in the carefully landscaped areas, with a large Koi pond and waterfall.
Great attractions for children are the Barbie collection and the fairy garden, the wild life garden with a forty metre long Squirrel walk rope overhead and a hide with seating. Children always enjoy seeing the birds in the large aviary. At the bottom of the garden is an Amphitheatre and covered stage where events are held from time to time throughout the summer. Perfect for adults and children alike, the garden contains many thousands of plants, which have been carefully chosen for their scent, appearance and attraction to wildlife.
Entry to the garden is free.
Alderney Music Society - Southbank Sinfonia
This wind quintet, formed from members of London’s orchestra of bright young professionals Southbank Sinfonia, heads to Alderney as part of their concert tour of the Channel Islands.
Described by ‘The Times’ as a “dashing ensemble, who play with exhilarating fizz, exactness and stamina”, this wind quintet displays their fresh and vibrant brand of playing in a delectable programme of chamber music.
Southbank Sinfonia is now firmly established as Britain’s leading orchestral academy, providing as it does, the most talented musicians with a much-needed springboard into the profession.
Tickets from Sara Fisher Members £12 - Non-Members £15
Orange Evening 2012
Celebrate the best in women's writing and the Orange Prize for Fiction 2012. Admission Free, Refreshments provided.
Wednesday 30 May, 7.30 pm - 9.00 pm.