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  • La Crémière

    (Anne Fenwick, Shelly Dodds )
    Annie was founder and former owner of Feast Restaurant in Gorey while Shelly is a qualified nanny. Both are keen foodies and felt there was a real demand for products that showcase the Island’s beautiful raw ingredients.
  • La Haule Farm

    (Andrew Lucas)
    Lucas Brothers farm shop at La Haule Farm in St Brelade is one of the oldest farm shops in Jersey.
  • La Manche Smokehouse

    (La Manche Smokehouse)
    Established in 2012 we are a local smokehouse specialising in smoked fish and meat. Visit our site today and take a look at our delicious products.
  • One of the most unexpected finds in the Jersey countryside is a working vineyard and distillery. La Mare Wine Estate can be found in a quiet secluded corner in the north of the Island where fields of vines and apple trees surround a traditional, 18th century, Jersey granite farmhouse.
  • La Robeline Cider Company

    (Richard and Sarah Matlock)
    Richard learned the art of cider making in Normandy where he also found a very neglected and ancient cider press in need of complete restoration. The press was brought over to Jersey and eventually ensconced in an old pig sty in the West of the Island and La Robeline Cider Company was born!
  • Lakey’s Originals

    (Ross Lake)
    Ross Lake is the creator of Lakey’s Originals, a small hot chilli sauce company handcrafting sauces, relishes and marinades with chilli kick.
  • Lauren Radley Illustration

    (Lauren Radley)
    Lauren Radley’s illustration work is full of colour and excitement and her range of Jersey themed images are very successful, selling at lots of local shops, markets and events.
  • Le Boutillier Family

    (Richard, Nicki, Charles and Bryony Le Boutillier)
    The Le Boutillier family have been farming at Woodlands Farm for generations. They are one of the few remaining mixed Dairy and Potato farms in the Island, still growing their Jersey Royal New Potatoes in soil fertilised by the herd.
  • Le Feuvre Farms

    (Powell Le Feuvre)
    A family owned farm with father, Charlie and both sons working together, with the majority of our fields in L’Etacq (St Ouens) and some in St Mary’s and St Martin’s.
  • Le Rocquier School

    (Stewart Elston)
    Le Rocquier is the Genuine Article - Le Rocquier School have recently proven that they are the Genuine Article. In September 2012 the school gained the prestigious Genuine Jersey mark for one of the many products that are designed and manufactured within the school’s Technical Skills Faculty.
  • Liberty Rock

    (Liz Pirouet)
    All our bags are hand made in Jersey using, where possible, local materials.
  • Lisa Le Brocq

    (Lisa Le Brocq)
    Handmade and designed Contemporary Silver Jewellery. Working and living on such a beautiful Island is key to the successful inspiration behind the work by this local Artist and Maker.
  • L'Office du Jèrriais

    (Tony Scott Warren)
    Jèrriais is a language in which Jersey people have exchanged poetry, stories, scandals, beliefs and business. It is a language of lullabies and laughs, satire and swearwords, and so much Jersey history is recorded only in Jèrriais. It is a living language and we look forward to passing it on to generations to come.
  • Manomara

    (Anna Messervy-Evans)
    Natural skin balm & ointments hand made by the sea, from a blend of luxury botanicals and Soil Association certified organic ingredients.
  • Mark Pinnick

    (Mark Pinnick)
    After moving to Jersey Mark Pinnick missed the cured meat snacks he had enjoyed while living in South Africa and so began to investigate curing Jersey beef to create his own Biltong. Word of mouth spread and soon Mark found himself running The Little Jersey Biltong Company, a small business supplying a niche market on the island.
  • Martin Cotillard Woodturner

    (Martin Cotillard)
    Martin started wood turning in 1995 and was trained by Mick Renouf at Brabant Farm Trinity. He also studied with the great wood turning wizard Melvyn Firmager in Devon.
  • Meleches Farms

    (Nick Mourant)
    Mourant Farms (trading as Meleches Farms) is the island’s largest independent grower of Jersey Royal potatoes, owned and run by fifth generation farmer, Nick Mourant.
  • Mike Holley Woodturning

    (Mike Holley)
    Mike Holley has enjoyed the craft of woodturning for several years as an occasional activity due to work commitments. Now having retired from a career in unrelated work and with more time to spare, he is able to concentrate more on one of his major interest.
  • Minioti

    (Natasha Dowse & Anna Boletta)
    Qualified paediatric speech and language therapist Anna-Liisa and personal trainer Natasha Dowse produce a healthy and tasty ice cream for children, although it’s suitable for the whole family. Minioti has teamed up with Jersey Dairy to produce their luxurious brand, which comes in three flavours: classic vanilla, rich chocolate and fruity strawberry.
  • Nanette Regan

    (Nanette Regan)
    My name is Nanette Regan, I am an illustrator based in Jersey. I create two main ranges of work, a children's collection and a collection which incorporates phrases in Jèrriais, the indigenous language of the island.
  • Naomi Renouf

    (Naomi Renouf)
    As a textile artist and painter I am constantly inspired by the coast and the countryside of Jersey. Although nearly all my work is a reflection of the natural environment of the island, some pieces are based on other ideas or places that I have visited. I create both large and small scale works which range from representational to abstract.
  • I love photography, I love landscapes and nature and that provides me with my excuse and my way in! I have a large portfolio of local images that I hope reflect not only my passion for photography but also my passion for Jersey. Most of my prints are sold in limited edition runs of 50 or 100 prints. This keeps me on my toes and ensures that new images are added to the website on a regular basis.
  • One Hand Design

    (Glyn Burton)
    A glass worker producing flame worked beads, architectural glass and sculpture from their studio in St Mary, Jersey.
  • Pallots Wonders

    (David Pallot)
    Jersey wonders (Mèrvelles dé Jèri ) are best described as a rich twisted doughnut, shaped like a lover’s knot – but without the jam filling or sugar coating. This traditional Jersey delicacy is a popular treat at fairs, festivals and markets around the Island, all year long and for generations.
  • Pat-A-Cakes Jersey

    (Jenna Johnson-Rayner)
    A Pat-a-cakes Jersey cake is one which tastes as good as it looks. Pat-a-Cakes Jersey was born at the same time as my youngest son and named by my eldest son after the nursery rhyme. It is a family business with my husband and sons enjoying any leftovers!