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  • A Little Bit Of...

    (Adrian Du Feu)
    A Little Bit Of… (ALBO) designs and manufactures a range of innovative and practical solutions for the home and personal use.
  • Abi Overland

    (Abi Overland)
    Abi graduated from a BA (Hons) Illustration from the University of Brighton in 2014 and freelanced for a short while before embarking on starting her own business.
  • Acorn Enterprises

    (Steve Pearce)
    Acorn Enterprises offers one of the largest selections of plants in the Island year-round. New varieties are introduced every year along with established favourites like geraniums, begonias, petunias and trailing plants.
  • Aida is a proud member of Genuine Jersey. She designs and makes sterling and fine silver jewellery by hand from scratch, using traditional silversmithing techniques, at her studio in St Saviour, sometimes complementing her pieces with semiprecious stones, pearls, or pottery found around the Jersey beaches.
  • Ali Artology

    (Alison Robinson)
    I’m Ali, a local artist who is inspired by Jersey’s amazing natural and historic environment.
  • All Stuffed With Fluff

    (Mandy Gaynor)
    All Stuffed with Fluff - I have been making rag dolls since 2010 and have now extended my range to include animals and fully jointed mohair bears.
  • Andrew Le Maistre Landscapes

    (Andrew Le Maistre)
    Andrew has a selection of indigenous hedging plants in stock, and also grow his own Laurels, all of which could create a lush border for domestic, commercial or retail premises, providing privacy and wind protection. He can provide a planting service and aftercare watering service if desired, and can remove old hedging and clear the area in readiness. Please contact Andrew to view the hedging plants available or go along and pick your own!
  • Anita Eastwood

    (Anita Eastwood)
    Anita is a watercolour and acrylic painter who was born in Somalia and travelled extensively until settling in Jersey in 1991.
  • Annies Pots

    (Annabelle Flambard)
    I’m Annabelle Flambard, the potter behind Annie’s Pots. My husband gifted me a course of pottery lessons at Highlands a few years ago, and I was hooked from my very first session!
  • Away With The Fairies

    (Emma Le Monnier)
    I am a textile artist specialising in natural dyeing, eco-printing, spinning and embroidery and live in the leafy parish of St Peter. I love heritage crafts and spin wool to create a range of Jersey Fairies as well as other knitted and crocheted items.
  • Bang Bang

    (Lucy Fleming)
    Lucy is a printmaker, working predominantly with relief block printing and mono print techniques. She also uses illustration, collage and cyanotype methods in her work. She loves trying out new and interesting materials and experimenting with combinations of all these techniques.
  • Beverley Speck

    (Beverley Speck)
    Beverley Speck's collection has grown out of a passion for vintage style textiles. She has become renowned for her high standard of handmade and individually designed pieces for the country or coastal home.
  • Blanc Pignon Dairy Farm started business in 1942 during the occupation of Jersey. The Herd moved to the premises at Brookfield Farm in 1952 and then into the new purpose built buildings in 1968, where they still currently reside.
  • Brooklands Farm

    (Jon & Jenny Hackett)
    At a time of life when the average person thinks about slowing down, Jon Hackett of Brooklands Farm retired from a successful career in the mortgage and investment business for a life on the land.
  • Campbells Logs

    (Campbell Cox)
    Campbell Cox has spent most of his working life outside in the Jersey countryside. Here he tells us more about his decision to launch his own business this summer, cutting up fallen trees and drying out logs so they are ready to be used as firewood, and ensuring that he can continue to work outside instead of in an office.
  • Candywrap Design

    (Christian Kendall)
    Island life brings to you the 12 Parishes of Jersey.
  • My name is Alan Jeffries and I have worked as a Chartered Accountant in private practice for 40 years. My late change in career path was instigated by my grandson Bertie!
  • Cathryn Ward

    (Cathryn Ward)
    Cathryn Ward of Skaapie has been felting, designing and hand crafting products for the past 11 years. Although her skaapie journey began in South Africa, she has been living in Jersey for the past 6 years and her love of the Island is reflected in her range of products which include Jersey themed baby mobiles and toys.
  • Ceri's Cakes

    (Ceri Hirst)
    Ceri Hirst bakes cakes, cupcakes and push pops for any occasion, including weddings, christenings, birthdays, craft fayres and fundraisers. Ceri’s Cakes is very popular and has Ceri working long hours to meet the demand for her unique cakes, but she still finds time to bake for charities and regularly donates either cakes or gift vouchers to charity raffles. Ceri told us more about her journey from managing a bakery in Leeds to running her own small business in Jersey.
  • Chocadyllic

    (Evelyn Day)
    Chocadyllic is a small chocolate business based in St Helier. It is the creative outlet for Evelyn Day, a chocolate artist who creates wonderful unique sculptures and chocolate products by hand using the finest Belgian couverture chocolate. Inspired by her love of art, architecture and travel she brings joy to chocolate lovers everywhere for celebrations, events and all occasions.
  • Classic Herd

    (Darren & Julia Quénault)
    Darren and Julia Quénault of Classic Herd are the Island’s only independent dairy farmers milking and making fresh dairy products on site at Manor Farm in St Peter’s Village.
  • Cocoa49.2

    (Kundeti Raj)
    Founded in the spring of 2022, Cocoa49.2 is Jersey's first 'bean to bar' chocolate manufacturer, combining the purity and quality of ethically-sourced Indian-grown cocoa beans with the finest dairy produce Jersey has to offer.
  • Colin Roche

    (Colin Roche)
    Growing up in Liverpool, Colin Roche never imagined that he would end up make a living growing watercress less than 20 miles from the French coast.
  • Crabs Direct

    (Les Burt)
    Les, a retired crab and lobster fisherman, can now be found with his wife Tina at St Clements Parish Hall every Saturday mornings 8 till 12.
  • Crafty Quilters

    (Jenny Norman)
    About me Jenny Norman. I have been crafting since I was a young child, two of my Auntie's were very crafty so it's in my blood. I'm so passionate about crafts it's now an obsession. I want to share my passion with everyone. I sleep, dream and breathe fabric colour and design. I think my best ideas have come to me in dreams. You'll never see me out and about without some sort of a project in my handbag. I just love sewing.