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Discover some of Jersey's stories with our free talks about the famous and infamous, iconic places and memorable moments.

La Moye Quarry - the story of the quary and its impact on the Island's industrial landscape

Jersey Cider - disover the story of Jersey's cider making industry

Tourism - discover the heady days of tourism

Small Boat, Big Story - the role of Diana in the St Malo evacuation

Claude Cahun - artist and activist

Votes for Women - women's suffrage movement

Ice Age Island - two talks with Dr Matt Pope from UCL

Treasure of the Archive - discover some of the items at Jersey Archive

Jersey Evening Post Photographic Archive - take a closer look at some of these memorable images

La Moye Quarry

A short 10 min talk on the story of the quarry and the legacy it left on the Island's industrial landscape.

A CIDER STORY

Did you know that once upon a time a French cider makers came to Jersey for advice on how to make their cider taste better?  We teamed up with Vincent Obbard from Samarès Manor to tell the story of Jersey cider making.   Vincent is passionate about the heritage and the future of cider making in Jersey and once you’ve watched this film you’ll be inspired to plant some apple trees, visit Hamptonne Country Life Museum, stay in the Cider Barn apartment at Hamptonne or make a date to drink some cider!  

Originally filmed as an online event for our Patron Membership scheme, we think it’s too good not to share more widely.  

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Tourism

Join curator Lucy Layton to take a tour of Jersey's tourism history

Diana - Small Boat, Big Story

It’s been 80 years since a fleet of small boats left Jersey to rescue soldiers and civilians from German forces in St Malo and heritage boat Diana played a role in this operation. In this talk, historian Doug Ford talks about this rescue, Diana’s other stories and the importance of keeping these heritage boats in the water.

Claude Cahun

Thirty years ago on 30 May, the States of Jersey decriminalised homosexuality. In this talk, hear about one of Jersey’s LGBT citizens and artists, Claude Cahun. 

the story of votes for women

Archives and Collections Director, Linda Romeril, gives a talk about the development of the law supporting women in, the women's suffrage movement leading to the change in the law allowing women to vote in Jersey.

Ice age Island with Dr Matt Pope

Dr Matt Pope FSA MCIfA is the Principal Research Fellow in Palaeolithic Archaeology and Senior Geoarchaeologist at UCL.

 

La Manche Neanderthals.

A Quick Tour of Ice Age Sites from Jersey and North-West France Dr Matt Pope will introduce you to some of the key Neanderthal sites from the region, including La Cotte de St Brelade, and will explore why the record is so rich and what we might be missing under the waves.

Earth Day webinar

Return to La Cotte: Protecting the Record of Ice Age Jersey from Climate Change. To mark Earth Day on 22 April, Dr Matt Pope gave a talk on protecting the record of Ice Age Jersey at La Cotte de St Brelade

Treasures of Jersey Archive

jersey evening post photographic archive