We'll be celebrating Jersey’s rich heritage of cider production on Saturday 20 and Sunday 21 October at Hamptonne. Join us, catch the free Apple Bus from Millbrook to and from the event.
From Liberation to Coronation from Jersey Heritage Vimeo on Vimeo.
Less than a month after the Liberation, King George VI visited the Channel Islands. It was an expression of support for the people of the only part of the British Isles to be occupied by the Nazis. The King’s affection for the islands was handed onto his daughter who would accede to the throne seven years later. Learn more about those years from Liberation to Coronation…watch the film
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• WiFi hotspot & relaxed seating • Thoughts, ideas and book exchange • 'Story of Jersey' screening • Locally inspired gifts and bookshop • Café Expression by day, Museum Courtyard Bar and Bistro by night and much more
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Jersey's annual cider festival - La Faîs'sie d'Cidre - returns to Hamptonne Country Life Museum this October.
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