This exhibition would not have been possible without the support of our donors, heritage, corporate and government partners.


The Société Jersiaise

The Société Jersiaise was founded in 1873 for the study of Jersey archaeology, history, natural history, the ancient language and the conservation of the environment. For more information on the Société Jersiaise please visit www.societe-jersiaise.org

The National Trust for Jersey

The National trust for Jersey is an independent and charitable organisation, dedicated to preserving and safeguarding sites of historic, aesthetic and natural interest for the benefit of the island. For more information on the National trust for Jersey visit www.nationaltrust.je

Education, Sport and Culture

Education, Sport and Culture provides educational, sporting and cultural opportunities which begin at nursery and continue into retirement. This supports our commitment to encourage lifelong learning to enable everyone to realise their potential. For more information on ESC go to www.gov.je

Jersey Tourism

Jersey Tourism is a department of Economic Development and is responsible for promoting Jersey as a visitor destination. Heritage assets and exhibitions form a significant part of the leisure proposition in the Island. For more information on Jersey Tourism go to www.jersey.com and www.gov.je for the Economic Development Department

The One Foundation

The One Foundation are supporting the formal learning and free school visit element of Treasure: Celts and Romans Uncovered.

Donors

Jersey Heritage would like to thank the following Donors who have made this exhibition possible.  Find out how you can help with the long term care of the coin hoard here.

Ms Patricia Ellyatt

Mrs Martha Bernstein

Mr Derek Breed

Mr Nick Childe

Lord Brownlow

Mr Martin Bralsfrod - Marbral Ltd

Mr John and Mrs Sue Boothman

Mr David Myatt – BNP Paribas

Mr Tom Sloan – Spectra Glaze

Mr David Hall – Kedge Capital

Stanley Gibbons

Ms Susan Mills

Ms Anthea Hall