Digital copy of an Article by Ian Heath titled Care Inquiry breached abuse victims' privacy - watchdog and a Column titled Cloud over an already dark chapter in the Jersey Evening Post concerning a report by the Data Commissioner detailing data protection failures by the Independent Jersey Care Inquiry.

Reference: C/D/AW13/A1/71

Date: May 10th 2016 - May 10th 2016

Photographs and fragments of photographs of: a pedestrian crossing at Snow Hill, children near a stream, an elevated view of Town, children and cows at Hamptonne, Green Street Flats and Havre des Pas, the Harbour, Ouaisne Tower, Bonne Nuit Bay, St Brelade's Bay, a lady with a baby's bottle, St Thomas's Church and Corbiere Lighthouse.

Reference: L/A/75/A2/VIE/OL/24/7

Date: 1967 - 1969

Subject: Old Views

File number: 24

Page number: 7

Images of horses and riders from Bon Air Stables riding past Hamptonne Farm.

Reference: L/A/75/A3/2/4286

Date: June 22nd 1977 - June 22nd 1977

Photographer: Ron Mayne

JEP Photographic Job Number: 1977/4286.

Images of the double-arched entrance to Hamptonne, La Rue de la Patente, St Lawrence.

Reference: L/A/75/A3/4/546D

Date: May 15th 1979 - May 15th 1979

Photographer: Reg Cridland

JEP Photographic Job Number: 1979/546

Mick Noël in the kitchen of his home in Bagatelle Road, St Saviour, building "Hurdy Gurdy", an instrument for Cally Noël to play at Hamptonne Country Life Museum and Mont Orgueil Castle, to entertain visitors. Visible is the inside skeleton, made of wood.

Reference: p/03/143/05

Date: April 18th 2000 - April 18th 2000

Mick Noel working on "Hurdy Gurdy" in the kitchen of his home in Bagatelle Road, St Saviour. "Hurdy Gurdy" is a musical instrument for his wife Cally Noel to play at Mont Orgueil Castle and Hamptonne Country Life Museum, to entertain visitors.

Reference: p/03/143/06

Date: April 18th 2000 - April 18th 2000

Mick Noel working on "Hurdy Gurdy" in the kitchen of his home in Bagtelle Road. "Hurdy Gurdy" is a musical instrument which he is building for his wife Cally to play at Mont Orgueil Castle and Hamptonne Country Life museum, to entertain visitors.

Reference: p/03/143/09

Date: April 28th 2000 - April 28th 2000

"Hurdy Gurdy," being held together by clamps and poles, standing on the kitchen work-top at the home of Mick and Cally Noel, Bagatelle Road, St Saviour. Hurdy Gurdy is a muscial instrument being made by Mick, for Cally to play to entertain visitors at Mont Orgueil Castle and Hamptonne Country Life Museum.

Reference: p/03/143/10

Date: April 28th 2000 - April 28th 2000

Mick Noël, a carpenter / joiner, sanding down "Hurdy Gurdy" (an instrument Mick is building for his wife Cally to play to entertain visitors at Mont Orgueil Castle and Hamptonne Country Life Museum) with a new "Wizard" sander bought that day at the new B&Q in Queen's Road. He is working in the kitchen of his home in Bagatelle Road, St Saviour.

Reference: p/03/143/12

Date: May 13th 2000 - May 13th 2000

A picture of "Hurdy Gurdy" at a latter stage of its development. Hurdy Gurdy is a musical instrument being built by Mick Noël for his wife Cally to play to entertain visitors at Mont Orgueil Castle and Hamptonne Country Life Museum. The wheel is in place, as are the six pegs and tangent box. There are also decorative holes in the sound box, in a floral pattern.

Reference: p/03/143/13

Date: May 13th 2000 - May 13th 2000

Mick Noël (a carpenter) fitting tangents into the oblong tangent holes on "Hurdy Gurdy", the wooden musical instrument he is building for his wife Cally, for her to play to entertain visitors at Mont Orgueil Castle and Hamptonne Country Life Museum. The tangents first had to be sanded, using a Black and Decker electrical sanding machine.

Reference: p/03/143/15

Date: May 16th 2000 - May 16th 2000

Mick Noël (a carpenter) sanding tangents on "Hurdy Gurdy", the wooden musical instrument he is building for his wife Cally, for her to play to entertain visitors at Mont Orgueil Castle and Hamptonne Country Life Museum, using a Black and Decker electrical sanding machine.

Reference: p/03/143/16

Date: May 16th 2000 - May 16th 2000

Mick Noël (a carpenter) sanding "Hurdy Gurdy", the wooden musical instrument he is building for his wife Cally, for her to play to entertain visitors at Mont Orgueil Castle and Hamptonne Country Life Museum. The instrument is now ready to be varnished. Mick has spent more than twelve hours sanding the instrument.

Reference: p/03/143/17

Date: May 31st 2000 - May 31st 2000

Mick Noël (a carpenter) holding up the almost finished "Hurdy Gurdy", a wooden musical instrument he is building for his wife Cally, for her to play to entertain visitors at Mont Orgueil Castle and Hamptonne Country Life Museum. The instrument is now ready to be varnished. The hand made instrument is made up of rosewood, beech and sycamore woods.

Reference: p/03/143/19

Date: June 11th 2000 - June 11th 2000

Mick Noël using an electric drill to fix bridges onto "Hurdy Gurdy", the wooden musical instrument he is building for his wife Cally to play at Mont Orgueil Castle and Hamptonne Country Life Museum, to entertain visitors. Mick is a carpenter, and is working in the kitchen of his home in Bagatelle Road, St Saviour.

Reference: p/03/143/24

Date: June 26th 2000 - June 26th 2000

A view of Hamptonne Country Life Museum.

Reference: p/03/380/01

Date: August 5th 2000 - August 5th 2000

A view of the kitchen garden at Hamptonne Country Life Museum.

Reference: p/03/380/02

Date: August 5th 2000 - August 5th 2000

Members of the public helping with the Millennium Mosaic at Hamptonne Country Life Museum.

Reference: p/03/380/03

Date: August 5th 2000 - August 5th 2000

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