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A rare and complete metal spearhead dating back thousands of years to the Late Bronze Age has been discovered in Jersey.

The entire collection of the Bailiff’s Occupation and Liberation files is now available to view online after months of work by staff at Jersey Archive.

Experts from the Natural History Museum, UCL Institute of Archaeology, the University of Kent, and four other organisations have restudied thirteen Neanderthal teeth, which were discovered at the site of La Cotte de St Brelade, Jersey. Image- Trustees of the Natural History Museum

Jersey Heritage has launched its first series of podcasts as the charity finds new ways to connect with Islanders and people further afield.

St Helier is the focus of a new series of monthly talks by Jersey Heritage called ‘What’s Your Town’s Story?’, which will look into well-known streets in the centre of Town to reveal the history and stories behind them.

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.