When you become a Member you will be entitled to ALL these BENEFITS below
5% DISCOUNT at WOODSIDE FARM SHOP at the till on all products purchased in the shop, excluding bags of horse carrots. Please note this discount applies to flowers purchased in the shop only and excludes wedding orders or event flowers.
Seasonal Group discounts at STOCKS HOTEL in Sark. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org for details.
10% DISCOUNT at EDEN BY CLAIRE flower shop, situated at 18 Halkett Street. Please note this discount applies to flowers purchased in the shop only and excludes wedding orders or event flowers.
10% DISCOUNT on SHRUBS at BONNY’S Country Garden, La Grande Route De St. Jean, St. John.
CHÂTEAU LA CHAIRE and THE ROZEL PUB AND DINING:
10% FOOD DISCOUNT at LA CHAIRE RESTAURANT and THE ROZEL PUB AND DINING.
20% ACCOMMODATION DISCOUNT from our standard bed & breakfast rates
10% ACCOMMODATION DISCOUNT from our special offers
(terms and conditions apply)
10% DISCOUNT from The SEYMOUR GROUP at the following venues from now until to 31 December 2020. Please see overleaf for terms and conditions.
HARBOUR ROOM CARVERY at The Pomme d’Or Hotel
CAFÉ BAR at the Pomme d’Or Hotel
WATERSPLASH Beach Bar and Diner
GREENHILLS Restaurant at The Greenhills Country House Hotel
BONETTI’S Restaurant at The Merton Hotel
Membership at The MERTON LEISURE CLUB & AQUADOME
The above offers are in addition to the longstanding 10% DISCOUNT at COUNTRY BUTCHERS at Rondels Farm Shop.
Not forgetting, of course, that your membership also entitles you to:
FREE ENTRY to all the Society’s show events (Spring Flower Show, Summer Fair, Summer Flower Show & Autumn Fair)
ENTRY to other COMPETITIONS
PARTICIPATE in TALKS, DEMONSTRATIONS VISITS AND SOCIETY MEETINGS where you can vote on important issues
RECEIVE a copy of the ANNUAL REVIEW
10% DISCOUNT on a range of great gifts and souvenirs available from the RJA&HS OFFICE
BELONGING TO a progressive Society at the Heart of Island Rural Life
The RJA&HS would like to thank our members for their support.
Together we are investing in our Island’s rural culture for the next generation.
Why become a Member?
What our Members
have to say
Elleni Vasilopoulou-Middleton and her daughter, Anna Sonia
“What my daughter and I enjoy most, as members of the RJA&HS, is entering produce into the competitions. It is great to see how enthusiastic children get when growing food. It is not just about finding out where their food comes from but making healthier choices about what food to eat”.
Max and Dot De La Haye
“We both joined the Horticultural Department in 1967 to allow us to exhibit anemones in the Jersey Bulb and Flowers Association Spring Show held in the Agricultural Hall Springfield. Our passion is the growing and exhibiting of dahlias. Each year we have between 130 to 140 dahlia plants from giants to small growing in our garden. Our aim is to give pleasure to others and see a smile on their faces”.
“As a member of the RJA&HS, the sense of community and support is like no other. It is extremely inspirational to speak to other members who share a common passion and love as you do for growing your own produce as well as supporting and cooking with local produce. As a member, the opportunities allow you to open your eyes to the produce available and to make the most of our surroundings with the changing seasons, in which I am able to develop, refine and learn new culinary skills. The variety of produce and freshness, with the strong relationships with suppliers and locals, really makes me feel proud of the Island and lucky as a culinary student to have access to rare and wonderful resources.”
“I joined the RJA&HS 10 years ago. Since that time I have acquired a vast knowledge about growing from members of the Society. I have also attended some of the talks that they organise which are very informative. I also visit most of the vegetable and flower shows and have entered and won awards myself. I thoroughly enjoy the rewards of growing my own produce and the camaraderie with my fellow growers.
As a member of the RJA&HS, I most enjoy being part of a society at the heart of the Islands countryside and being among like minded people.
Having one of the Society’s allotments I really enjoy being part of the allotment community, growing my own produce and taking part in allotment events.
I also enjoy the horticultural shows which gives me a chance to exhibit what I have grown and learn from other members”.
...and commit to protecting our countryside and supporting our local community.
Full Individual Member
Individuals, Companies or Partnerships
Full Joint Member
Married couples or partners at
the same address