Building a Better Future. The Way Ahead for Jersey. A Discussion Document [Seminar]. Booklet on the Seminar containing an action plan, a series of talks, questions and group discussions

Reference: D/G/A8/2/5

Date: 1998 - 1998

Photograph of Ms Imogen Nicholls, photographs of Mr Peter Ward and Ms Lynda McCarthy, both used for advertisements, a photograph of Deputy Bob Smale, and photographs of the Reverend Thomas Thornton "Tom" Reed, the Archbishop of Adelaide, Australia.

Reference: L/A/75/A2/POR/76/5

Date: April 28th 1975 - June 3rd 1975

Subject: Portraits

File number: 76

Page number: 5

Images of musician and future politician Imogen Nicholls.

Reference: L/A/75/A3/3/8239

Date: September 8th 1978 - September 8th 1978

JEP Photographic Job Number: 1978/8239

Images of the Jersey Festival Choir performing Handel's Messiah at Wesley Grove with conductor John Rust, organist Stanley Sackett and soloists Imogen Nicholls, Pauline de Ste Croix, David Rayson and Dennis Holley [from JEP 04/12/1980 p 21].

Reference: L/A/75/A3/5/6053A

Date: December 3rd 1980 - December 3rd 1980

JEP Photographic Job Number: 1980/6053A

Images of the Jersey Festival Choir performing Handel's Messiah at Wesley Grove with conductor John Rust, organist Stanley Sackett and soloists Imogen Nicholls, Pauline de Ste Croix, David Rayson and Dennis Holley [from JEP 04/12/1980 p 21].

Reference: L/A/75/A3/5/6053B

Date: December 3rd 1980 - December 3rd 1980

JEP Photographic Job Number: 1980/6053B

Images of a musical evening at the Town Hall organized by Jersey's Samaritans. Pictured are the Holmchase Singers, conducted by Amy Luce [image A], and the rest of the evening's musical entertainment, including the winner of the over-15 section of an essay competition, Linda Le Maistre (standing centre) [B-D]. Entertainment was also provided by Rosemary Millow, Roland Heaven, Joanna Trigg, Leslie Le Marinel, Imogen Nicholls, Ailsa Rumfitt, and her brother Ian Rumfitt. [from JEP 27/04/82 p.13]

Reference: L/A/75/A3/7/1124

Date: April 24th 1982 - April 24th 1982

Photographer: Reg Cridland

JEP Photographic Job Number: 1982/1124.

Postcard to the future by Imogen Nicholls to Orlando Barnaby. The postcard concerns Mozart and classical music. The front of the card has a piece of music entitled No 17 Aria.

Reference: L/F/69/140a

Date: 2000 - 2000

Poster advertising an Opera Gala at Jersey Opera House in aid of the charity Headway

Reference: L/F/75/B28/49

Date: October 20th 2007 - October 20th 2007

Maid of Honour, Holly Waigh-Wheeler, Imogen Nicholls and Miss Battle of Flowers, Shelley Brown at the opening of the Battle of Flowers 2000 Carnival Week at the Waterfront.

Reference: p/03/374/23

Date: August 6th 2000 - August 6th 2000

Battle Bee, Maid of Honour Holly Waigh-Wheeler, Imogen Nicholls, Miss Battle of Flowers Shelley Brown, and the Pearly King and Queen, with others, at the opening of the Battle of Flowers 2000 Carnival Week at the Waterfront.

Reference: p/03/374/24

Date: August 6th 2000 - August 6th 2000

The seating area in the Members Room by the States Chamber, Deputy Imogen Nicolls, Deputy Simon Crowcroft, ? and Deputy Jennifer Bridge .

Reference: P/03/B54/12

Date: July 7th 2000 - July 7th 2000

Jersey Tourism Committee meeting. Far end L-R Corrie Stein, Imogen Nicholls, Elizabeth Jefferies

Reference: P/03/B6/15

Date: February 2nd 2000 - February 2nd 2000

Jersey Tourism Committee meeting. Left Imogen Nicholls, right Elizabeth Jefferies

Reference: P/03/B6/18

Date: February 2nd 2000 - February 2nd 2000

Jersey Tourism committee meeting in the committee room of Jersey Tourism. Present: Imogen Nicholls (President), Elizabeth Jefferies (Chief Executive), Kate Larbalestier and Carol Le Quesne (both from the Judical Greffe), Nigel Phillpot (Development Director). Alec Le Sueur (European Marketing Manager), David de Carteret (Marketing), Mike Tait (Public Relations and Festivals), Mike Vibert (Deputy and Vice President), John Le Maistre (Senator), and Corrie Stein (Senator).

Reference: P/03/B7/02

Date: February 4th 2000 - February 4th 2000

Jersey Tourism committee meeting in the committee room of the Tourism department. Present: Imogen Nicholls (President), Elizabeth Jefferies (Chief Executive), Kate Larbalestier and Carol Le Quesne (both from the Judical Greffe), Nigel Phillpot (Development Director). Alec Le Sueur (European Marketing Manager), David de Carteret (Marketing), Mike Tait (Public Relations and Festivals), Mike Vibert (Deputy and Vice President), John Le Maistre (Senator), and Corrie Stein (Senator).

Reference: P/03/B7/06

Date: February 4th 2000 - February 4th 2000

The naming ceremony of the Jersey Clipper. Present are Sir Philip Bailhache, Deputy Imogen Nicholls, General Sir Michael Wilkes, Lady Bailhache and Lady Anne Wilkes.

Reference: p/03/D14/27

Date: May 9th 2000 - May 9th 2000

The naming ceremony of the Jersey Clipper. Present are Sir Philip Bailhache, Sir Robin Knox-Johnson, Senator Pierre Horsfall, Deputy Imogen Nicholls and General Sir Michael Wilkes.

Reference: p/03/D14/28

Date: May 9th 2000 - May 9th 2000

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