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Jersey Heritage is celebrating two decades of preservation and access to archives this weekend as it marks the 20th anniversary of Jersey Archive opening to the public.

A new exhibition called ‘People Make Jersey – our stories of immigration’, opens at Jersey Museum & Art Gallery on Wednesday (24th) when the visitor site reopens to the public for the first time in nearly three months.

Islanders will soon be able to enjoy all of Jersey Heritage’s visitor sites again, as well as visiting Jersey Archive, as a programme to reopen them fully to the public is rolled out over the next two weeks.

Young Islanders are being encouraged to go green and embrace the natural environment this weekend, as part of Jersey Heritage’s latest Discovery Day, Trees Please.

A new museum space, dedicated to the Island’s farming heritage, is being proposed for Hamptonne Country Life Museum in St Lawrence. If approved, the building will be home to old and contemporary farming stories, interpreted and brought to life through the wealth of agricultural objects in Jersey Heritage’s collections, cared for on behalf of Société Jersiaise.

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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.