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Jersey Heritage is celebrating a house-warming with a difference this week with the official opening of the Neolithic Longhouse at La Hougue Bie.

The Island’s heritage organisations have joined forces to appeal for the public’s help to protect Jersey’s ancient dolmen sites. It follows serious damage to La Hougue de Vinde at Noirmont, where a man was seen illegally using a metal detector and a trowel.

Jersey Heritage is delighted to announce that its second Family History Festival will be taking place at the Jersey Archive from Friday to Sunday, 15 -17 March. The Archive will be open for the whole weekend between 9am - 4pm and the event includes free talks, tours and workshops.

An exhibition that includes 21 original Claude Cahun images from Jersey has opened at the Contemporary Jewish Museum (CJM) in San Francisco. Photo by Gary Sexton Photography

Just over 4,000 historical sites in Jersey are being safeguarded for the future following a major resurvey of the Island’s buildings and places. The resurvey was carried out between 2010 and 2017 and gave legal protection to sites through a formal Listing. The results are highlighted in Heritage Counts 2017, an annual audit of Jersey’s historic environment

From just 90p per month*, you can roam the Jersey Heritage sites as much as you like.

When you join Jersey Heritage your key to the castle opens the door to hundreds of free events, exhibitions and special days out at all of our sites, giving you the freedom to come and go as you please. What’s more, you’ll be helping us to protect the heritage you enjoy today, for generations to come.