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Images of the Lieutenant Governor, Sir Desmond Fitzpatrick, as well as the Bailiff, Sir Frank Ereaut, Senator Reg Jeune, and headmaster of Victorria College, Martyn Devenport, attending a series of presentations in the hall at Victoria College. Later, the party presides over the opening of what is now the De Quetteville Library Resource Centre (see images L to S), as well as the newly built music block, now known as the Cook Music Suite (see images V to Y). For the Lieutenant Governor, see images A, Q, R and W (left), images E to G, and I (second from right), image K (standing), images L, R and V (right), image N (third from left), and image O (fifth from left). For the Bailiff, see images J, K and W (second from right), image N (right), image O (fourth from right), images P and T (second from right), images Q and R (third from right), and image U (sixth from left). For Senator Jeune, see image A (second from right), image B (standing), images D to G (third from left), image I (second from left), image L (left), images P and W (third from left), and image Q (right). For Headmaster Devenport, see image A (second from right), images B, C, J and K (right), image N (third from right), image O (sixth from right), images P and T (left), image Q (second from left), and image U (seventh from left). For the wife of the Lieutenant Governor, Lady Fitzpatrick, see image M (right), image O (third from right), image P (third from left), image Q (second from right), and image R (second from left). For Victoria College student David Minty, a celebrated swimmer, see image I (right).

Reference: L/A/75/A3/2/5146

Photographer: Reg Cridland

JEP Photographic Job Number: 1977/5146.

Date: 29 September 1977

Images of the sports personality of the year trophy presentations including awards for David Minty and Sally Minty-Gravett.

Reference: L/A/75/A3/3/6579

JEP Photographic Job Number: 1978/6579

Date: 15 March 1978

Images of The Queen and Prince Philip at Howard Davis Park during their visit to the island as part of the continuing silver jubilee celebrations. The couple are escorted through the park by the Bailiff Sir Frank Ereaut and introduced to the following thirty guests made up of local sportsmen and women, charity organisers, and business owners - Yachtsmen David Sandeman and George Skelley; marksman Cliff Mallett; former cyclist and President of the Commonwealth Games Association Torty Hubert; Sister Marie Therese, Mother Superior of the Little Sisters of the Poor; Riding for the Disabled organiser Avril Birrell; Mr L'Amy of the Jersey Blind Society, accompanied by his wife; Director of the Jersey Samaritans Daphne Minihane; St Helier Welfare Board member Mrs M. Hayes; Maurice Letto, President of Brig-y-Don Children's Home; Mrs H. Johnson, Meals on Wheels secretary; Elizabeth Farewell, voluntary organiser at The Willows day Care Centre; John Farley, Chairman of the Battle of Flowers Association and member of the Lions Club, Green Room Club, and St Helier Youth Committee; Gwen Davis and Marguerite Simpson-Smith, daughters of the late Thomas Davis; Frank Lewis, head porter at Victoria College; Colin Jones, Managing Director of Jersey Potteries; Peter Sangan, Managing Director of Summerland Knitwear; English Channel swimmers Denise Le Pennec, Sally Minty, David Minty, Linda Devereux and Robert de St. Paer; Bristol Channel swimmer Jane Luscombe; Mr A.P. Laurent, basket maker and retired member of the Rent Control Tribunal; Leonard Herival, music teacher and church organist; Marianne Blampied, widow of the late artist Edmund Blampied; Retired sailing instructor and Jersey lifeboat crew member Reg Nicolle; and Mr D. MacEwen, President of the Scottish Society of Jersey. After the greetings The Queen admires a flower float built in the likeness of the Royal Yacht Britannia and a dance is performed by members of the London Māori Club.

Reference: L/A/75/A3/3/7538A

JEP Photographic Job Number: 1978/7538A

Date: 27 June 1978

Images of The Queen and Prince Philip at Howard Davis Park during their visit to the island as part of the continuing silver jubilee celebrations. The couple are escorted through the park by the Bailiff Sir Frank Ereaut and introduced to the following thirty guests made up of local sportsmen and women, charity organisers, and business owners - Yachtsmen David Sandeman and George Skelley; marksman Cliff Mallett; former cyclist and President of the Commonwealth Games Association Torty Hubert; Sister Marie Therese, Mother Superior of the Little Sisters of the Poor; Riding for the Disabled organiser Avril Birrell; Mr L'Amy of the Jersey Blind Society, accompanied by his wife; Director of the Jersey Samaritans Daphne Minihane; St Helier Welfare Board member Mrs M. Hayes; Maurice Letto, President of Brig-y-Don Children's Home; Mrs H. Johnson, Meals on Wheels secretary; Elizabeth Farewell, voluntary organiser at The Willows day Care Centre; John Farley, Chairman of the Battle of Flowers Association and member of the Lions Club, Green Room Club, and St Helier Youth Committee; Gwen Davis and Marguerite Simpson-Smith, daughters of the late Thomas Davis; Frank Lewis, head porter at Victoria College; Colin Jones, Managing Director of Jersey Potteries; Peter Sangan, Managing Director of Summerland Knitwear; English Channel swimmers Denise Le Pennec, Sally Minty, David Minty, Linda Devereux and Robert de St. Paer; Bristol Channel swimmer Jane Luscombe; Mr A.P. Laurent, basket maker and retired member of the Rent Control Tribunal; Leonard Herival, music teacher and church organist; Marianne Blampied, widow of the late artist Edmund Blampied; Retired sailing instructor and Jersey lifeboat crew member Reg Nicolle; and Mr D. MacEwen, President of the Scottish Society of Jersey. After the greetings The Queen admires a flower float built in the likeness of the Royal Yacht Britannia and a dance is performed by members of the London Māori Club.

Reference: L/A/75/A3/3/7538B

JEP Photographic Job Number: 1978/7538B

Date: 27 June 1978

Images of The Queen and Prince Philip at Howard Davis Park during their visit to the island as part of the continuing silver jubilee celebrations. The couple are escorted through the park by the Bailiff Sir Frank Ereaut and introduced to the following thirty guests made up of local sportsmen and women, charity organisers, and business owners - Yachtsmen David Sandeman and George Skelley; marksman Cliff Mallett; former cyclist and President of the Commonwealth Games Association Torty Hubert; Sister Marie Therese, Mother Superior of the Little Sisters of the Poor; Riding for the Disabled organiser Avril Birrell; Mr L'Amy of the Jersey Blind Society, accompanied by his wife; Director of the Jersey Samaritans Daphne Minihane; St Helier Welfare Board member Mrs M. Hayes; Maurice Letto, President of Brig-y-Don Children's Home; Mrs H. Johnson, Meals on Wheels secretary; Elizabeth Farewell, voluntary organiser at The Willows day Care Centre; John Farley, Chairman of the Battle of Flowers Association and member of the Lions Club, Green Room Club, and St Helier Youth Committee; Gwen Davis and Marguerite Simpson-Smith, daughters of the late Thomas Davis; Frank Lewis, head porter at Victoria College; Colin Jones, Managing Director of Jersey Potteries; Peter Sangan, Managing Director of Summerland Knitwear; English Channel swimmers Denise Le Pennec, Sally Minty, David Minty, Linda Devereux and Robert de St. Paer; Bristol Channel swimmer Jane Luscombe; Mr A.P. Laurent, basket maker and retired member of the Rent Control Tribunal; Leonard Herival, music teacher and church organist; Marianne Blampied, widow of the late artist Edmund Blampied; Retired sailing instructor and Jersey lifeboat crew member Reg Nicolle; and Mr D. MacEwen, President of the Scottish Society of Jersey. After the greetings The Queen admires a flower float built in the likeness of the Royal Yacht Britannia and a dance is performed by members of the London Māori Club.

Reference: L/A/75/A3/3/7539A

JEP Photographic Job Number: 1978/7539A

Date: 27 June 1978

Images of The Queen and Prince Philip at Howard Davis Park during their visit to the island as part of the continuing silver jubilee celebrations. The couple are escorted through the park by the Bailiff Sir Frank Ereaut and introduced to the following thirty guests made up of local sportsmen and women, charity organisers, and business owners - Yachtsmen David Sandeman and George Skelley; marksman Cliff Mallett; former cyclist and President of the Commonwealth Games Association Torty Hubert; Sister Marie Therese, Mother Superior of the Little Sisters of the Poor; Riding for the Disabled organiser Avril Birrell; Mr L'Amy of the Jersey Blind Society, accompanied by his wife; Director of the Jersey Samaritans Daphne Minihane; St Helier Welfare Board member Mrs M. Hayes; Maurice Letto, President of Brig-y-Don Children's Home; Mrs H. Johnson, Meals on Wheels secretary; Elizabeth Farewell, voluntary organiser at The Willows day Care Centre; John Farley, Chairman of the Battle of Flowers Association and member of the Lions Club, Green Room Club, and St Helier Youth Committee; Gwen Davis and Marguerite Simpson-Smith, daughters of the late Thomas Davis; Frank Lewis, head porter at Victoria College; Colin Jones, Managing Director of Jersey Potteries; Peter Sangan, Managing Director of Summerland Knitwear; English Channel swimmers Denise Le Pennec, Sally Minty, David Minty, Linda Devereux and Robert de St. Paer; Bristol Channel swimmer Jane Luscombe; Mr A.P. Laurent, basket maker and retired member of the Rent Control Tribunal; Leonard Herival, music teacher and church organist; Marianne Blampied, widow of the late artist Edmund Blampied; Retired sailing instructor and Jersey lifeboat crew member Reg Nicolle; and Mr D. MacEwen, President of the Scottish Society of Jersey. After the greetings The Queen admires a flower float built in the likeness of the Royal Yacht Britannia and a dance is performed by members of the London Māori Club.

Reference: L/A/75/A3/3/7539B

JEP Photographic Job Number: 1978/7539B

Date: 27 June 1978