Skippered and crewed by island volunteers, Wetwheels Jersey takes disabled people out into Jersey's waters in a specially modified, fully accessible power boat. Take a look at the charity's website to see the joy on everyone's faces.
'Feeling a splash of saltwater is like magic. There are wonderful times on the boat. Every day is different and I think we, as skippers, are surprised how much we get back from delivering this service.'
John Waller, Volunteer skipper
David Blake, a Jersey producer “You can taste the Jersey sunshine in our tomatoes.”
A Jersey community initiative - Bringing Jersey’s elderly together
John Hackett, a Jersey producer “All our pies are handmade. And as local as I am.”
'To make the freshest bread,we use the skills of master bakers,passed on since the 1930s.'
Jersey Trees for Life Association traces its roots in Jersey to 1937 when it was established by Dr Stapleton
“ We milk our own cows to make dairy produce fresh at our farm.”
“ We’ve been making wine for 45 years and, like the wine itself, we’ve improved with age”
Going to sea to build disabled people’s confidence
Learning to look after our island’s nature
"Every carton of milk comes from our pedigree Jersey cows."
“ We let our crops mature naturally so you can taste all that extra time.”
“ The hens really do rule the roost, being free to roam even at moonlight.”
Being quieter for an hour for customers with autism
Making splashing about in our waters safe.