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  • Rozel Farms

    (Trevor Renouf)
    Trevor Renouf began looking at growing alternative crops many years ago, to take advantage of Jersey’s southerly position and its fertile soil. He decided to invest in figs and revive an old Jersey tradition after undertaking research which showed that it in the 19th century it was common to have at least one fig tree in or near to the farmyard.
  • Sarah Baudet

    (Sarah Baudet)
    Designs and makes artefacts and sculptures using copper wire, copper sheet, aluminium and wood.
  • Seymour Ceramics

    (Julie Pearce)
    Seymour Ceramics is the enterprise of Julie Pearce. Julie throws pieces on the potter's wheel, with stoneware and porcelain clays, creating unique functional and decorative items.
  • Sheila Birch ARPS CPAGB

    (Sheila Birch ARPS CPAGB)
    Born and raised in Jersey, Sheila's love of photography was not put into serious practical use until her children were grown up. Since retiring from normal working life, when several years were spent working as a freelance portrait and wedding photographer, she has found success and enjoyment in pursuing her lifelong interest in photography.
  • Sheila Francis

    (Sheila Francis)
    Sheila Francis retired to Jersey in 1989 after a teaching career in the UK . She set up her own studio a year later producing textile artifacts using a wide variety of embroidery, hand and machine stitching and involving the use of dyes and fabric paints.
  • Simon Bossy

    (Simon Bossy)
    Gyotaku by Simon Bossy - Simon is a qualified marine biologist and has been working in this field in the UK, France, Pacific and Jersey all of his working life. His leisure time also involves the sea and he is a keen angler, sailor and scuba diver.
  • Sinclair Ceramics

    (Andrew Sinclair)
    Andrew has been teaching in Jersey for thirty-six years but recent retirement has given the opportunity to spend more time as a Studio Potter in the wilds of St Ouen.
  • Stephen JE Davies AGAvA

    (Stephen Davies)
    I am a local Graphic Artist & Illustrator (Facilities Manager by day and Artist by night), specialising in highly detailed black and white pencil drawings in all subjects and can turn my hand to colour. My speciality is the field of aviation but my style is well developed and with 30 years experience I can illustrate anything a Client desires. My greatest accolade is being made an Associate Member of the Guild of Aviation Artists having had after 3 successful submissions in the London Mall Galleries.
  • Sues Fudge

    (Sue Le Gresley)
    Sue Le Gresley has been making traditional Jersey fudges here on the Channel Island of Jersey for over 30 years.
  • Susan Lintell

    (Susan Lintell)
    Susan Lintell is an artist, illustrator and cartoonist, and a graphic and website designer. These are the things she does best.
  • The Chilli Kitchen

    (Lesley Garton)
    Lesley Garton makes a range of modern and traditional, chutney, relish, jelly, jam, chilli sauce, chilli oil and cordial from her farm house on the outskirts of St Helier and sells them through an Island wide network of retail outlets. Lesley decided right from the outset that she would use local, seasonal Genuine Jersey ingredients.
  • The Fresh Fish Company

    (Louis Jackson)
    The Fresh Fish Company is ideally situated at the heart of the home of the Island’s commercial fishing fleet on the Victoria Pier of St Helier Harbour.
  • The Jersey Catch

    (Josh Dearing)
    This small family business provides a wide range of fresh fish, locally for you all to enjoy. At the helm of the Jersey Catch is Josh Dearing, who following on from his previous business of Jersey Hand Dived Scallops, has teamed up with his father Mike and will now be selling more shellfish and other seasonal products. This is made possible with the arrival of their new boat "Bounty" a seven metre twin engined Cheetah Cat made to their specification on the Isle of Wight.
  • The Memory Mix

    (Stephanie Auckland)
    Stephanie Auckland the Founder and Designer of The Memory Mix completed a B.Sc. (Hons) Degree in Social Sciences and since graduating has developed this Graphic Design business producing a wide range of products to suit most occasions.
  • The Pottery Shed

    (Karen Hibbs)
    Karen Hibbs at The Pottery Shed produces a range of hand thrown and hand built stoneware ceramics for kitchen and decorative use.
  • Three Oaks Vineries

    (David Blake)
    Glass house grown tomatoes, peppers, cucumbers, potatoes, courgettes and aubergines available from all local Co-op stores.
  • The Transport and Technical Services Department, which is part of the States of Jersey, produces two Genuine Jersey products: a Soil Improver and a Mulch from garden cuttings and prunings.
  • True Soap Co.

    (Jane Farnham)
    I became interested in Handmade Soaps in 2009 and began to produce my own natural range in 2011. Having been to train in the UK and gained the necessary cosmetic safety assessments for production in the UK and Europe, I began producing my own range of Soaps, Bath Bombs, Bath Salts and other products from scratch in Jersey. In December 2011 I started producing Soy Wax candles and these soon became a popular addition to the product range.
  • Twin Islands

    (Kerwin Mohun)
    Kerwin Mohun is the founder of Twin Islands Limited, the Company which makes the very hot Pimata Chilli Sauce range, the recipe which was invented by his late father, AjitRamchandar Mohun.
  • Unique Words

    (Karen Morton)
    If you are looking for a unique card or gift, look no further than Unique Words Jersey. All cards and poems are written and designed by Karen and the greeting cards are then professionally printed locally by Bigwoods Premier.
  • Valley Foods is a locally owned and run food wholesale operation, founded in 1981 with the aim of providing a fresh approach to the food and drink trade in Jersey.
  • Victoria Liddell

    (Vicky Liddell)
    Victoria Liddell was inspired to design and make her own silver jewellery after travelling across the world. Now back in Jersey, where she was born, Victoria is turning her hobby into a successful small business.
  • Jersey Island Sea Glass, launched in January 2017, creates artwork and jewellery using sea glass and pebbles collected from Jersey's beaches. Sea glass and pebbles are unique souvenirs which have been tumbled and polished by the oceans forces for many years or even decades.
  • Vienna Bakery

    (David Dodge)
    Vienna Bakery is Jersey’s traditional craft bakery - where it takes almost 24 hours to make a loaf of bread and you’ll find nearly 20 variations of a French stick.
  • Wilde Thyme

    (Clara Barthorp)
    Florist Clara Barthorp established Wilde Thyme in 2013, delights in bringing a unique floral design service to Jersey. Clara is passionate about creations which reflect each client’s individual personality, but oozes her signature style, fusing a natural, organic, wildly lovely feel with luxurious, timeless elegance.