What's your Street’s Occupation Story?
Due to the current coronavirus pandemic, and following government advice, Jersey Archive is currently closed to the public. To keep you in contact with your heritage, Jersey Heritage is running a series of live webinars and have recorded a number of their 'What's Your Street Story?' talks for you to enjoy. To see a list of upcoming live webinars and access recordings, visit the
Jersey Heritage website.
Every third Saturday of the month throughout 2020
Watch for free on Jersey Heritage website
Embark on a Jersey of discovery with Jersey Archive. On 9 May 1945, Jersey was liberated after five years of German occupation. On this 75th anniversary, find out some of the stories of those who lived in the Island through this difficult period during and the tales of their communities in a series of free talks at the Jersey Archive.
|16 May||The Weighbridge|
|20 June||Stopford Road|
|18 July||20th Anniversary of the Jersey Archive|
|15 August||Five Oaks and Langley Avenue|
|19 September||Portelet and Noirmont|
|17 October||Havre des Pas|
|21 November||Mont Millais|
|19 December||Occupation: In Their Own Words|