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  • Pebble.Love

    (Michelle Noel)
    Pebble.Love was set up by Michelle & Neil in 2016. They both share the love of the beach and both love using natural resources as much as possible. They come up with this idea whilst on the beach in the summer, subsequently putting together a few pieces together for friends and family. They had such positive and enthusiastic feedback that they made the decision to start selling them to the public.
  • Peter Gosselin

    (Peter Gosselin)
    Medical retirement after a varied career - which included farming, engineering, transport, plus manufacturing, wholesaling and retailing of fishing tackle - allowed Peter to use dormant metal turning skills as a basis for therapy. This soon turned into woodturning.
  • Peter Houguez

    (Peter Houguez)
    Peter is a dairy farmer with a herd of about nine cows. However, his is a member of Genuine Jersey for the white carrots which he grows on his farm for his cattle. The cows love the taste of the carrots which in turn are beneficial for the herd because they don't colour the milk.
  • Peter Le Cuirot

    (Peter Le Curiot)
    Peter Le Cuirot has been growing indoor tomatoes since 1973, which is quite an achievement in an industry which has suffered more than its share of hard knocks.
  • Pippa Barrow

    (Pippa Barrow)
    Pippa Barrow is a life-caster and sculptor working primarily in cold-cast bronze. Specialising in the cold-casting process allows her to produce her pieces entirely on-island and all stages are undertaken by her in her studio in St Helier, from modelling through mould making and casting, to finishing and patination.
  • Potage Farm

    (Laurent Coenen)
    Hello, my name is Laurent Coenen and I am a young Jersey farmer, I have my own land down the country lanes in St Lawrence. I have always been interested in farming, continuing in the footsteps of my grandparents, Bill and Sheila Staite, who farmed at Oak Farm.
  • RA Design & Woodwork

    (Riccardo Anfosso)
    Riccardo was born in Italy, and has lived in Jersey since 1977. At the beginning of 2016, Riccardo established the RA Design wood working business. During the spring of 2016 he moved into his business premises at Commercial Buildings, and converted the space into a purpose built wood workshop.
  • Rachel's Textiles Studio

    (Rachel Concannon)
    Rachel, when not teaching, is usually to be found making a wide range of eclectic hand made gifts and textile art to sell, unique to the studio and not available on line or at any other store. Even if you don't sew, you can usually find a perfect ready made present in her shop for that special occasion.
  • Richard Lee

    (Richard Lee)
    Richard is one of a small group of cattle farmers based in Jersey who are producing mixed breeds, part Jersey cow, part Aberdeen Angus.
  • Ronez

    (Paul Pinel)
    Our operations supply the local businesses with aggregates, ready-mixed concrete, asphalt and precast concrete products. Operating out of St John’s Quarry, we offer a full range of high quality construction materials.
  • Rosemary Blackmore

    (Rosemary Blackmore)
    Rosemary was educated at The Jersey College for Girls after which she gained a B.A. Hons degree in Fine Art from Bath Academy of Art. On her return to Jersey she worked in the design department of The Jersey Pottery for some years.
  • 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.
  • Seymour Ceramics

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

    (Sheila Birch)
    Born in Jersey, Sheila’s love of photography was not put into serious practical terms until her children were grown-up. Encouraged by her father’s success with colour slides, she began working in monochrome printing her own work and gained Licentiate of the Royal Photographic Society.
  • 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.
  • Skaapie

    (Cathryn Ward)
    After the birth of my first daughter I was introduced to the enchanting world of wool and felting, and fell in love with it’s versatility, creative freedom and unique natural properties.
  • Sophie Orman Matlock

    (Sophie Orman Matlock)
    Sophie Matlock has a lifelong interest in sewing. This passion has led her to create her own business designing and making clothes, as well as altering existing outfits. Sophie also creates bespoke wedding dresses, working closely with clients to create their dream outfit. Sophie talks us through her background in sewing and her typical day.
  • 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 makes homemade Jersey Fudge in the traditional way, using local products. Sue uses organic butter, milk and cream from Classic Herd Dairy at Manor Farm St Peter.
  • 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.
  • TG Timbercraft

    (Tony Gibson)
    My father was a woodworker, and some of my earliest memories are watching him at work. His passion for wood touched me as a boy and became my passion too.
  • The Botanical Gardens of Jersey

    (Kate Langlois & Bruce Labey)
    The Botanical Gardens of Jersey is a not-for-profit project led by Kew-trained horticulturalist Bruce Labey, horticulturalist and project manager Kate Langlois and management consultant Stephen Atherley.
  • 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.