What's Your Street's Story? - Events - Jersey Heritage

The Le Gallais sponsored ‘What’s your Street’s Story?’ is taking place on 17 September and will be about Gloucester Street.



Jersey Archive

Come to Jersey Archive for a series of free talks about Jersey’s streets. Discover the history of Jersey's streets and find out about the people who lived, loved and worked there in a series of free talks at Jersey Archive.

To avoid disappointment book your place by calling 833300 or email archives@jerseyheritage.org. Free entry. All talks start at 10am and the archive is open for your own research from 9am to 1pm.


Jersey Archive is also open from 9-1 for you to carry out your research.  Please emailarchives@jerseyheritage.org or call 833300 to book your place for our talk.
Kindly sponsored by le Gallais Group

17 September – Gloucester Street 

15 October – Weighbridge/Commercial Buildings 

19 November – Longueville 

17 December – La Rocque 

Take a look at some of the past talks on You Tube.



Free for everyone


Get Involved

The Jersey Archive needs your help. This year we are asking for a group of volunteers to help research two talks for our Le Gallais Estates sponsored ‘What’s your Street’s Story?’ programme. The areas that we are looking at for this community project are Stopford Road and Sion.
The project involves working with archivists Linda Romeril and Stuart Nicolle on looking through different records and trying to highlight some of the fascinating stories relating to these areas.

If you are interested in the Stopford Road or Sion areas or want to be involved with research and are available to come to the Archive on Friday afternoons from 2-4 from the 29th January-11th March please contact archives@jerseyheritage.org for details.

We have used volunteers to help research talks for a couple of years and it has proven extremely enjoyable and helpful for all involved. Once the research has been compiled you can come to the talks later in the year and listen to the fruits of your hard work.