Comments

Digital copy of Jersey Evening Post newspaper article by Lucy Stephenson relating to Jimmy Savile's visits to Jersey. [Undated, c. 2012]. [Some details redacted].

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Reference

C/D/AW1/C/WD001274

Date

2012 - 2012

Scope and Content

Relates to Jimmy Savile's visits to Jersey, and associations with both Jersey and Guernsey, mentioning mother's residence at Little Sisters of the Poor, New St John's Road, and registry of will. Comments on Jimmy Savile's appearances at Battle of Flowers, mentioning 1972 Miss Battle Mary Horton. Mentions Bailiff Sir Robert Le Masurier, Lady Davis, Lady Le Masurier, and Mr and Mrs Crill. Contains exerpts from previous Jersey Evening Post articles regarding Jimmy Saville. Comments on Jimmy Savile's contribution to Chris Lake's book 'The Battle of Flowers Story'. Refers to allegations of child abuse by Jimmy Savile. Mentions Battle of Flowers Chairman Tony Perkin's lack of contact with Jimmy Savile when asked for comment. Contains anecdotes from Murray Norton regarding Jimmy Savile, mentioning Murray's restaurant, St Aubin. Describes Jimmy Savile's demeanour, personality during interviews, and charity work. Also contains comments from Murray Norton on allegations of child abuse by Jimmy Savile.

Names

BBC Radio One
Battle of Flowers
Jersey Evening Post
Little Sisters of the Poor
The Battle of Flowers Story (book)
Crill, Peter
Crill, Mrs
Davis, Lady
Horton, Mary
Lake, Chris
Le Masurier, Lady
Norton, Murray
Perkins, Tony
Stephenson, Lucy
Savile, Jimmy
Savile, Agnes

Keywords

Guernsey | Jersey | Jeanne Jugan Residence | Murray's, St Aubin | New St John's Road | abuse | allegations | Bailiffs | Books | Battle of Flowers | Charity | Celebrities | child abuse | chairmen | Children | Cafes | deaths | journalists | Media | Miss Battle | mothers | Newspaper cuttings | Newspapers | restaurants | residential homes | Solicitors General | wills

Dimensions

1 pdf file

Language

English

Level of description

file

Access Restriction

PDF file - please click on the link to download

Closed until

2100

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