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w/c Sat 5 May 2018

Join the Islanders as they celebrate Liberation Day on May 9th, to commemorate the end of five years of German occupation during WWII.

Visit the historic German War Tunnels where a fascinating exhibition tells the story of the lives of islanders at this difficult time.

An island tour reveals many towers and forts, and the majestic castles - Mont Orgeuil (Mount Pride) towering above Gorey Harbour and Elizabeth Castle on its rocky islet.

A stop at Greve de Lecq Bay allows a visit to the Barracks built to house British Troops during the Napoleonic Wars and to discover the story of Jersey's rich military history.

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w/c Sat 19 May 2018

Enjoy springtime in Jersey. May is a fantastic time to see the trees and wild flowers that fill the hedgerows along the narrow inland lanes and valleys.

An evening talk given by friendly local ornithologist Mike Stentiford. MBE, will prepare you for two separate visits: one to the spacious National Trust for Jersey Wetland Centre (where binoculars are provided to observe the wildfowl and other wild-life on the pond and in the reed-beds), and the other to the small but accessible bird hide overlooking a colony of Sand-martins.

Explore habitats ranging from cliff-tops to woodlands and discover a variety of wild flowers in the company of a local guide, Sue Hardy."

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w/c Sat 7 July 2018

Traditionally French speaking, Jersey is part of the British Isles - but not part of the United Kingdom. Find out what makes the Island unique.

Discover why The States of Jersey is the Island’s own independent ‘parliament’ and each of the twelve Parishes has its own administration and police service.

Who are these officials, and what do they do? Discover how the Honorary Police system works, and the ancient customs that still prevail.

The story will unfold in a series of visits to Island institutions, including The Royal Square, St Helier Town Hall, and St Lawrence country Parish Hall, School and Church.

Jersey is a place with a generous heart - and many benefactors have left a legacy of which the Island is proud.

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