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WW1 Blog

What actually happened in Jersey during the First World War? How did islanders cope with a conflict that was so close to home and yet so far removed? Jersey Heritage is setting out to answer these questions over the course of the next four years by putting together a blog about occurrences on the home front. From 30 June and every Monday after that for just over four years the Jersey Archive will be publishing a blog about what was happening in the island 100 years previously.

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Work for us

Work for us

Community Learning Director - Closing date 22 August.

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Take a trip

Take a trip

Whatever you do this holiday, don't miss out on a trip to Elizabeth Castle on our Castle Ferry. We'll take you across land or sea to the castle where there is plenty to discover.

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Free to access

Free to access

Jersey if full of things to discover, from the iconic heritage visitor attractions to the free to access historic sites and exhibitions on the Island.

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New Jersey Heritage exhibition & book -›

A new exhibition opens Jersey Museum & Art Gallery and an important new book is published, both telling the story of Jersey and the Great War. The exhibition is sponsored by Credit Suisse and focuses on the individual stories of ordinary people affected by extraordinary events.

New Jersey Heritage exhibition & book
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