Arts & cultural
What’s Your Town’s Story?
A series of free talks at Jersey Archive about Jersey's capital - St. Helier. Discover the fascinating story of our town and the communities who live and worked there, through a series of free talks by Jersey Archive. To book a place on the talk, please call us or send an email - booking is essential as numbers are limited.
- Free entry
- Booking needed
15 January – Records to be Opened in 2022
19 February – New Records on ACO
19 March – Old and New St John’s Road
16 April – Wellington Road
21 May – Midvale Road
18 June – Trinity Road and Town Mills
16 July – Cannon Street and Clare Street
20 August – Ann Street
17 September – Beresford Street
15 October – Val Plaisant
19 November – Green Street
17 December – Tours of the Archive
We are open all year round.
- Wheelchair access
- Accessible toilets
- Level access
- Level access from entrance to reception
- Level access to all public areas
- Level access to main entrance
- Lift or stairlift
- Ramp to main entrance
- Wheelchair access throughout
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The Archive is the island’s national repository holding archival material from public institutions as well as private businesses and individuals. With collections recognised by UNESCO, the Jersey Archive is the island’s national repository holding records on all aspects of Jersey’s history.