The Rugby Groud Guide

Travel

Air: From London there are at least 12 daily flights to the island. Airlines include British Airways, FlyBe and Blue Islands.

FlyBe and Blue Islands also fly from Southampton

 

The JRFC clubhouse, Lord Jersey stand, pavilion and pitches are visible from the road on the opposite side to the Aero Club, a few minutes’ walk from the airport on the main road to St. Peter's Village.

 

Travelling from St.Helier, there is a regular bus service to   the airport from Liberation station (Bus No 15) that runs approximately every half hour.

In addition, Bus No 9 stops directly outside the club car park (not on Sundays) but is less frequent. To arrive at the Club for a 3.00 Saturday game, the bus leaves Liberation Station at 13.50.

Buses back to town leave at 17.08, 18.08. 18.33 and the last  one at 19.33

There is now a free return to Liberation Station, St Helier, on presentation of the match programme

http//mybus.je/timetable

 

 

Last Updated July 2016

 

 

Copyright Miles & Miles Publishing 2016

 

 

 

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