National Trust for Jersey wants food trucks, events and exhibitions for Grève de Lecq

Seaside cafe site at Greve de Lecq. Picture: JON GUEGAN. (37817144)

THE seaside café site at Grève de Lecq could get a new lease of life this summer.

The National Trust for Jersey has launched a search for pop-up eateries, food trucks, small events and exhibitions to fill the space.

Earlier this year, States Members voted overwhelmingly to approve a proposition from Chief Minister Lyndon Farnham to acquire the coastal site for £3.6 million and gift it to the charity.

The sale formally went though the Royal Court last month, and the trust restored public access to the beach and reopened the car park in time for Easter.

The charity is now beginning the process of going out to public consultation regarding future uses for the site.

The National Trust has announced that it is seeking expressions of interest from pop-up eateries and food truck operators to offer a service from the site for the summer season.

The trust confirmed it will also be looking to host a range of small events, exhibitions, and activities during this time to bring the site “to life”, and would be interested to hear from anybody who wants to be involved in this process.

It said it was “enormously grateful to have been given the opportunity to help regenerate this key coastal site for the benefit of our community”.

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