Island E - Bikes is a fantastic new local start up company that specialises in the hire of electric bikes in Jersey so you and your friends and family can discover the island at your own pace and with the wind in your hair. Their fleet of top of the range Raleigh Motus Grand Tour models have a 135 mile range on a single battery charge so enough muscle to get you around the island 3 times before a recharge!

Their founder Tom was very keen to build an alliance with The Size of Jersey as he felt our ethos of environmental awareness fitted perfectly with his new green model of island travel. Please visit the Island E - Bike website to learn more. 

Kim Pierce Travel is a Jersey based Travel Agency and franchise of the global, award winning Travel Counsellors, creating tailormade travel to destinations worldwide. A  personal, one-to-one service with the financial protection and extensive product of a large, established company. Having worked for Durrell Conservation Trust followed by 10 years in the safari industry in Africa, Kim understands the importance of protecting our wild areas and wildlife for future generations to enjoy. For every booking made with Kim, she will make a donation to the Size of Jersey.

So you can enjoy your next adventure and help protect our world’s rainforests all in one go! Visit to find out more about her new 2021 conservation focussed Kenyan flying safaris.

Made by a Hun is a slow fashion brand founded in Jersey, making bold and fun accessories to empower women. Made by a Hun creates ethically-made accessories by hand using sustainable materials where possible such as plant-based resin and recycled silver, as well as adopting a no-waste approach creating new products with scrap clay and making earrings in small batches to avoid waste. At Made by a Hun, giving back to the community is very much apart of its brand identity, and has also worked with local charities such as Jersey Employment Trust and Jersey Action Against Rape.

Jade, the founder of Made by a Hun was keen to work with Size of Jersey to help fight the environmental issues facing the fashion and textiles industries and is keen to offset any damage done to the environment by aiming to act as a responsible slow fashion brand.