Images of the trophy presentation ceremony following a pro-am golf tournament sponsored by Avis, British Airways and the Jersey Evening Post at La Moye Golf Club. Frank Walker is pictured presenting trophies to the winners and runners-up. Also pictured is local golfing star Mrs B Willis [A, second from left]. For images of the tournament itself, please see also L/A/75/A3/4/694, L/A/75/A3/4/695A and L/A/75/A3/4/695B.

Reference: L/A/75/A3/4/703

Date: May 30th 1979 - May 30th 1979

JEP Photographic Job Number: 1979/703

Images of the 1979 Miss Jersey Holiday Post competition held at Pontin's Holiday Camp, Plemont Bay, St Brelade. Includes group portraits of all eleven contestants, and portraits of the winning lady, pictured being congratulated by Frank Walker in Images P and Q. The singer Stuart Gillies [A, G far left] and Peter Tabb [A, G, M - O far right] are amongst those on the judging panel.

Reference: L/A/75/A3/4/939

Date: June 24th 1979 - June 24th 1979

Photographer: Reg Cridland

JEP Photographic Job Number: 1979/939

Images of Frank Lewis being presented with a photograph of himself standing in front of a building at Victoria College. Mr. Lewis is present in images A (left), and images B to D (holding photograph). Editor of the Jersey Evening Post, Michael Arthur 'Mike' Rumfitt, is present in images B to D (main: left). Managing Director of the Jersey Evening Post, Frank Walker, is present in images B to D (main: second from left). This presentation appears to be taking place at the Jersey Evening Post's offices at Guiton House, Five Oaks. Jersey Evening Post

Reference: L/A/75/A3/5/2733

Date: January 8th 1980 - January 8th 1980

Photographer: Peter Mourant

JEP Photographic Job Number: 1980/2733.

Images of a draw for a Pro-Am Golf tournament that is taking place at La Moye Golf Club, in collaboration with the Jersey Evening Post. Frank Walker is present in images F to H (centre). Jersey Evening Post

Reference: L/A/75/A3/5/4052

Date: May 21st 1980 - May 21st 1980

Photographer: Ron Mayne

JEP Photographic Job Number: 1980/4052.

Images of a series of presentations that are taking place at the end of a Pro-Am Golf tournament that has been held at La Moye Golf Club. Frank Walker is present in images J to Z (wearing a dark striped suit and a striped tie). Jersey Evening Post

Reference: L/A/75/A3/5/4107

Date: May 28th 1980 - May 28th 1980

Photographer: Reg Cridland

JEP Photographic Job Number: 1980/4107.

Images of the JEP awards taking place at the Grand Hotel including actor Richard O'Sullivan and singer Stuart Gillies [image BB, CC], comedian Joe Longthorne [image N-Q], Frank Walker with microphone and Peter Smyth, director of Fort Regent, centre [image X].

Reference: L/A/75/A3/5/5256B

Date: September 11th 1980 - September 11th 1980

JEP Photographic Job Number: 1980/5256B

Images of the Jersey Round Table pantomime Jack and the Bean Crock taking place at the Hotel de France including Richard Pirouet leading in a host of 'celestial beings' [image G], Tony Moore, Mike Gillborn, Colin Robert and Peter Jones [image I], Gwyn Llewellin, Robin Pallot, John Alker and Frank Walker [image V], Mily White-Tony Allchurch and Tim Pollard, leading the final chorus [image W] [from JEP 08/12/1980 p 15].

Reference: L/A/75/A3/5/6073A

Date: December 5th 1980 - December 5th 1980

JEP Photographic Job Number: 1980/6073A

Images of the leaving ceremony for the Jersey Evening Post's advertising manager Peter Tabb including Mr Tabb receiving a cartoon drawn by JEP chief artist Al Thomas and other gifts with managing director Frank Walker, chairman Jim Scriven and deputy chairman Jurat M G Lucas [from JEP 22/12/1980 p 9].

Reference: L/A/75/A3/5/6235

Date: December 19th 1980 - December 19th 1980

JEP Photographic Job Number: 1980/6235

Images of a Classified Merit Award being awarded to Sue Bonney in the JEP Board Room by Frank Walker.

Reference: L/A/75/A3/5/6270

Date: December 24th 1980 - December 24th 1980

JEP Photographic Job Number: 1980/6270

Images of Design and advertisement Jersey Evening post Trophy and awards to pupils and teachers from local schools presented by Frank Walker.(JEP) Photographic Job Number 1981/6829A. Taken by Ron Mayne.

Reference: L/A/75/A3/6/6829A

Date: March 6th 1981 - March 6th 1981

Images of a presentation and reception in the Colony Room at Hotel de France for the launch of the 1981 Jersey Evening Post Tour to Machu Pichu and the Galapagos Islands. Images A to C shows the managing director of Twickenham Travel Hedda Lyons [centre] with members of her team and Channel Islands sale executive for British Caledonian Guy Le Sueur [left]. Also includes images of speeches by Frank Walker, managing director of the JEP [D-I], and Mrs Lyons [L] [from JEP 22/05/1981 p 36].

Reference: L/A/75/A3/6/7584

Date: May 20th 1981 - May 20th 1981

Photographer: Gary Grimshaw

JEP Photographic Job Number: 1981/7584.

Images of the official opening of the new St Brelade office of Troy's Travel Limited situated on the ground floor of the Le Riches store at Red Houses. Includes images of: the company's chairman Jim Scriven cutting the tape whilst being watched on by Troy's managing director Frank Walker [A-D]; and members of staff at the new office [E-F] [from JEP 29/05/1981 p 19].

Reference: L/A/75/A3/6/7659

Date: May 28th 1981 - May 28th 1981

Photographer: Gary Grimshaw

JEP Photographic Job Number: 1981/7659.

Images of the first passengers on a direct Britannia flight from Jersey to Corfu organised by Troy's Travel including the group in front of the aeroplane and Frank Walker, possibly with the JEP photographer [image C] [from JEP 30/03/1983 p. 13].

Reference: L/A/75/A3/8/1006

Date: March 30th 1983 - March 30th 1983

Photographer: Reg Cridland

JEP Photographic Job Number: 1983/1006.

Images of Frank Walker, managing director of the Jersey Evening Post and future Chief Minister, taken as part of a 'Meet the Boss' series from the JEP [from JEP 21/04/1983 p. 13].

Reference: L/A/75/A3/8/1150

Date: April 12th 1983 - April 12th 1983

Photographer: Peter Mourant

JEP Photographic Job Number: 1983/1150.

Images of Jersey 'Superkids' taking part in a Round Table competition in the South of England including Ana Colino [image A & K?], James O'Shea [image B?], the group leaving the Island on an Air UK flight with parents and Frank Walker of Jersey Round Table [image C-E], Jean Cardy [image F?], Sarah Weepers [image G-H], Matthew Jones {image I] and Karen Le Lay [image J] [from JEP 28/02/1983 p. 3].

Reference: L/A/75/A3/8/596

Date: February 27th 1983 - February 27th 1983

Photographer: Ron Mayne

JEP Photographic Job Number: 1983/596.

Election leaflet of Frank Walker, candidate in election for Senators, 16 October 1996.

Reference: L/F/399/D1/4

Date: October 16th 1996 - October 16th 1996

Article titled 13 candidates declare for Senator, published in the Jersey Evening Post, 24 September 1996. Contains profiles on the 13 candidates who had declared their intention to run in the election for Senators on 16 October 1996, including names of proposers and seconders.

Reference: L/F/399/D3/1

Date: September 24th 1996 - September 24th 1996

Senatorial election 1996, advertisement supplement sponsored by the States of Jersey House Committee. Includes manifestos of the 13 candidates running in election for Senators on 16 October 1996, and details of how, where and when to vote.

Reference: L/F/399/D3/2

Date: October 16th 1996 - October 16th 1996

VHS tape: Jodel DR1050 aircraft owned and flown by Squadron Leader Richard Le Brocq (later assistant secretary to the Lieutenant-Governor), 20th September 1965. On board: Ron Wagstaffe (cameraman) and Jim Scriven (later chairman, Jersey Evening Post). Scenes includes south coast of Jersey, Le Hocq, isle of Chausey, landing Dinard Airport. Return flight to Jersey shows lack of reclamation sites. Dogs at Rocqueberg, St Clement (Harrison/Wagstaffe family home). Muriel Wagstaffe (wife of Ron, mother of Nigel) holding Natalie (first child of Nigel and Daphne - born 6/8/65). Nigel with dogs. Wedding of Ronald Arthur Wagstaffe and Muriel Isabel Harrison at Aquila Road Methodist Church 1st September 1937. Scenes include Ernest and Rose Wagstaffe (parents of Ronald); Cecil Harrison (later Bailiff of Jersey); Vernon and Ada Baudains, Beryl Scriven (nee Harrison, sister of Jim Scriven), Noella Harrison, Eileen Walker, Eva Harrison (wife of Cecil Harrison, mother of Jurat Sally Le Brocq), Annie Harrison (nee Guiton - mother of the bride). Arrival of the bride. Newly weds emerge from chapel. Eva, Beryl, Noella. Ernest Wagstaffe and Annie Harrison. Mr Harrison (father of the bride). Jim Scriven's parents and sister. Mary Scriven (as a baby - now Mary Le Brocq). Reception at Rocqueberg, Green Island. Mary Scriven. Rose Wagstaffe (mother of the groom). Bridesmaids: Beryl Scriven, Eileen Walker, Violet Nicolle, Noella Harrison, Eva Harrison, Unknown. Beryl Scriven. Speeches. Airport departure for honeymoon in Austria. Return from honeymoon aboard Jersey Airways de Havilland 86 ''Express'' airliner La Saline Bay. Note St Peter's Barracks in background (Airport opened 10th March 1937). Greeted by Walkers and Rose Wagstaffe. Eileen Walker and Beryl Scriven holding baby Mary. Renault Fregate car with brother Rupert ''Bunty'' inside. Jim Scriven, Eileen and Leslie Walker and daughter Anne. Bunty Wagstaffe, Peter Scriven and Frank Walker (later Senator Frank Walker, President Finance & Economics Committee). Muriel Wagstaffe, Ruth and Nigel Wagstaffe (brother and sister) returning from London 1954. Swimming races at Havre des Pas Pool; Ruth in second lane. View towards Rocqueberg from Les Hommets (Wagstaffe family home) mid 1950s. Bunty Wagstaffe in Victoria College Preparatory Sports Day. Jim Scriven and Ron Wagstaffe. Jim Scriven with early aqua lung shortly before the formation of the Jersey Sub Aqua Club. Bunty Wagstaffe on lawn at Les Hommets. This film is located in the Audio Visual Area of the Jersey Archive.

Reference: Q/05/A/115

Date: 1937 - 1965

VHS tape: Garden at Les Hommets, St Clement (Wagstaffe family home). Midwife, Nurse Gladys Marret holding Nigel Wagstaffe (born 8/5/1940), possibly July 1940. Muriel Wagstaffe with grandmother Rose Wagstaffe holding Nigel. Christening of Nigel Wagstaffe at Aquila Road Methodist Church. Rose Wagstaffe holding Nigel in garden - Leslie Wagstaffe's glasshouses behind. An air-raid shelter was built between them. Ernest and Rose Wagstaffe driven in cart outside Les Hommets. Driver unknown. Nigel Wagstaffe with dog Rufus. All these scenes were filmed during the Occupation. Muriel Wagstaffe with daughter Ruth and Cecil Harrison at the Scriven family home 'Quainton'. Frank Walker at Quainton. Cecil, Eva and Sally Harrison and others in family scenes. Aboard J13 St Clement. This sequence was shot in Belcroute Bay shortly after the end of the Occupation. Two British soldiers, part of the Liberating Force, Jack Cushing (with pipe) and Unknown. Ted Larbalastier (town pilot) aboard the boat. Arriving off Granville. Damaged breakwater at Granville. Ron Wagstaffe took food buyers for Jersey and Guernsey to France: Owen Hall (Jersey) and Louis Guillemette (Guernsey). Landing in Sark - Les Creux Harbour (Maseline being built but not opened until 1949). Ron Wagstaffe and Freddy Averty. International Road Race, Victoria Avenue, Jersey May 1947. Includes shots of cars in pits at West Park. Jack Gallichan aboard J13. Arthur Harrison (Managing Editor, The Evening Post) by mast. Bouley Bay Hill Climb. This film is located in the Audio Visual Area of the Jersey Archive.

Reference: Q/05/A/116

Date: 1940 - 1965

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