Photographic slide of the view from St Aubin's Harbour at high tide looking across St Aubin's Bay towards the Martello tower at Beaumont

Reference: P/09/A/2832

Date: 1981-06 - 1981-06

Photographic slide of a view of the coast near La Haule from the sea wall near Beaumont.

Reference: P/09/A/500

Date: 1970 - 1990

Photographic slide of a view of St Aubin and La Haule from the sea wall near Beaumont.

Reference: P/09/A/501

Date: 1970 - 1990

Photographic slide of a view across St Aubin's Bay from St Aubin and looking towards Beaumont.

Reference: P/09/A/646

Date: 1970 - 1990

VHS tape of 6 separate films: 1) Filmed by C H Blason in 16mm B&W. Film shows Miss Victoria Aubrey at Victoria College Preparatory with Cubs. St Aubin's sea scouts. Boys at St Brelade's Beach. Football match. Scouts with canvas water buckets. Boys on beach and St Aubin's Fort. St George's Day Parade at Town Church. Girls traditional dancing. St Brelade's School with children. Springfield: elementary school sports. 0h 09m 20s 2) Filmed by Dixie Landick in 16mm B&W. Film shows the ploughing of the fields, planting potatoes, Coronation Park. Millbrook. Children on swings. Boys and girls at Belcroute - diving. 0h 01 31s 3) Filmed by Dixie Landick in 16mm colour. Film shows the Bailiff and the Duke and Duchess of Gloucester at Victoria College, 1952. Edwain, Countess Mountbatten's visit to Howard Davis Park. Grand Fete, Villa Millbrook (home of Lady Trent), Lieutenant -Governor General Sir Edward Grasset. (stall manned by Mrs Landick). Display by ballet dancers. St Matthew's Church. 0h 12m 59s 4) Filmed by Stanhope Landick in 16mm colour. Film shows the Buses in traffic jam at Beaumont. Stanhope Landick and children from the States intermediate School on the beach. La Route du Nord. Dixie Landick in uniform. German car. St Brelade's graveyard. DH 89 Rapide Jersey Airport. Mr and Mrs Landick (senior). BEA buses. House 'Alabama' at Beaumont. 0h 05m 04s 5) Filmed by Stanhope Landick in 9.5mm B&W. Film shows Ruth Landick in snow with Dixie Landick in Germany. Scenes of Hamburg. VW ''Beetle'' car (first one in Jersey). 0h 03m 56s 6) Filmed by Stanhope Landick in 9.5mm B&W. Film shows cricket on the beach. Boys and girls from the States Intermediate School. Staff including Miss Leslie Gale, Miss Summer. 0h 02m 11s. This film is located in the Audio Visual Area of the Jersey Archive.

Reference: Q/05/A/67

Date: 1939 - 1975

VHS tape of 8 separate films: 1) Filmed by David Bishop in 8mm B&W. Film shows the Jersey Model Aero Club, Les Landes. 0h 04m 17s. 2) Filmed by David Bishop in 8mm colour. Film shows a Hovercraft on trial at Gorey. 0h 03m 17s. 3) Filmed by David Bishop in 8mm colour. Films shows various scenes of Jersey, including: Jersey Pottery, Gorey, Anne Port, States Airport, Corbiere, St Aubin, Ronez, Moulin de Lecq, St Ouen and the swings at Mount Bingham. 0h 03m15s 4) Filmed by David Bishop in 8mm colour. The official opening of Fort Regent swimming Pool. Bishop family in Howard Davis Park. 0h 08m 27s 5) Filmed by Stanhope Landick in 16mm. Film shows the SS St Patrick arriving in St Helier. Dixie Landick home on leave. Ken Landick. Family meal. St Andrew's Church. Wedding of Estele de la Cour to Charles de Gruchy (later a Jurat). 0h 04m 56s 6) Filmed by Stanhope Landick in 16mm. Film show a German bunker at Bel Royal and camouflage netting. 0h 00m 50s 7) Filmed by Stanhope Landick in 16mm. Film shows Jersey Road Race. Man in beret. Anti-tank defences. Beaumont. Picnic on beach at L'Etacq. The marina restaurant. Sailing in St Aubin's Harbour. Royal Mail van and postman (Stanley Theodore Landick) House 'Alabama'. The Hamon Memorial Church, Mont Les Vaux. Family outing at Le Hocq Hotel and a Vicar in a striped blazer. 0h 04m 33s 8) Filmed by Stanhope Landick in 16mm B&W. Film shows St Aubin's Bay. Long pan left to right showing empty harbour. First part of film featuring Mr Aubrey Jolley (master at Victoria College Preparatory). Jersey Airport BEA DC 3 Pionair. 0h 03m 16s. This film is located in the Audio Visual Area of the Jersey Archive.

Reference: Q/05/A/68

Date: 1940 - 1970

Compilation of five separate sound recordings concerning tradtional Jersey customs. All share the same narrator except 4. Both narrators are unidentified. 1. Clameur de Haro. Includes: linguistic and historical origins; effects (similar to an injunction); examples of modern use including a case involving a tree felling at Royal Crescent. 2. Jersey Patois. Includes: origins of Jérriais in popular Latin and Norman French; changes in language including replacement by English; differences between French and Jérriais and the evolution of the two languages. 3. Perquage. Includes: remaining perquage path from Sandy Brook to Beaumont; origins - sanctuary and exile of criminals; origin of word in 'perche' - old French unit of measurement. 4. Cabbage Walking Sticks. Includes: planting of cabbages; 'wintergreens' (shoots of cabbage plants); uniqueness of Jersey Cabbages, possibly because of the soil or climate; describes method of making walking sticks; narrator has been making walking sticks for 12 - 14 years; talks about his work, also makes cabinets and does wood turning; mentions kinds of wood and tools used; loves his work. 5. Sabots. Includes: description of sabots (traditional wooden shoes/clogs); mentions Philip Le Gresley, master craftsman, and his son, who makes them in his workshop at L'Etacq (Philip Le Gresley also restored the carved interior at St Ouen's manor after the German occupation); sabots mainly exported to France; machinery and wood used; usually bought by farmers as they are more convenient than wellingtons and warm in winter; describes how they are made.

Reference: R/03/A/19

Date: 1970 - 1970

Marleen Hacquoil interviews Mrs Binda Dubras, née Blampied, aged 91, about her life [listening copy - recorded from reel-to-reel audio tape onto CD-R]. Side 1 [green leader, left track] includes: Born on island, at 1, Belevedere Terrace; 1 brother and 1 sister; her maternal grandfather came from Kent, was in the army and stationed at Elizabeth Castle - when he retired he had a chemist's shop at Beaumont, and made his own eau de cologne; her was father born in Nova Scotia, his family were chandlers, they came back to Jersey on sailing boat the 'Patrus'; the family moved into Oxford Villa, Oxford Road to be near St Mark's school when she was aged 3 or 4; memories of school life - school day started with prayers/hymn, girls school only, subjects studied; had private music lessons after leaving school; during the First World War her father sold margarine and she worked in his shop - that is where she met her husband; sister went to convent school at St Lawrence; had lessons in French; stayed at a farm, lived as a farm hand; life at home, helped around the house, no electricity; mother made own clothing; didn't feel anxious feeling to be in fashion or in style - couldn't afford it anyway; newspapers were scarce; memories of first books read; people didn't really go out anywhere; worked for father until she got married; also worked as receptionist at Halkett Hotel; never had disposable income; married at 23; made 4 sets of clothing, as well as linen; memories of wedding day; left for France the same day; stayed in Paris 3 weeks, buying furniture to be sent back to Jersey. Side 2 [red leader, left track] includes: more about buying furniture in Paris; didn't have friends back to the house very much; as a young girl was a tomboy, was one of the first to go into the dolmen at La Hougue Bie when it was discovered, also a cave in the north of the island; 3 or 4 famlies went on picnics together for recreation; in winter went caving all along the South coast; enjoyed swimming, describes bathing costumes of the times; sand boating; was given diploma by the Humane Society for saving the lives of 5 people off the Pinnacle Rock - tells the story; husband joined the French army on the outbreak of World War One as he was the first born son of a Frenchman; stories of her husband's activities during World War Two; they had a business selling perfume and doing ladies and gents hairdressing; carried on during the occupation; memories of events that took place during the war years; got in trouble with the German Authorites for refusing to pay a fine for showing a light at night, husband had to go to college house to pay - she feared that he would be taken off to a camp; memories of Mrs Gaudin of Beaumont, an old lady who never went into town her whole life; it was very rare for people from the country to come into town; memories of the Jersey railway. Side 3 [green leader] includes: first ride in car and on a motorbike; stories about driving and cars; not many women drivers of cars or horse drawn vehicles. Duration 75 minutes. Recorded 30/05/1991. Tape speed 3 3/4 ips. Poor sound quality. NB Please note that Side 3 was unable to be copied and so is not included in the listening copy.

Reference: R/03/J/5

Date: May 30th 1991 - May 30th 1991

Original audio tapes of item R/03/J/5 - Marleen Hacquoil interviews Mrs Binda Dubras, née Blampied, aged 91, about her life.

Reference: R/03/J/5/1

Date: May 30th 1991 - May 30th 1991

Beaumont round tower and railway halt viewed from the beach

Reference: SJPA/000099

Date: 06/1932 - 00/06/1932

Beaumont round tower, seaward half painted white as navigational aid

Reference: SJPA/000101

Date: 24/07/1939 - 24/07/1939

Beaumont railway station and level crossing with advertisment on station for A de Gruchy, and Luce's Eau-de-Cologne. Tracks removed.

Reference: SJPA/000126

Date: 1937 - 1942

Railway: a train at Beaumont station June 1932 viewed from the beach with wood protruding from the sand

Reference: SJPA/000131

Date: 06/1932 - 00/06/1932

Archaeological dig at Forest Hill, Beaumont: trench with pick and spade, foliage at right

Reference: SJPA/004569

Date: 1916 - 1916

Archaeological dig at Forest Hill, Beaumont: trench with pick and spade, foliage at left

Reference: SJPA/004576

Date: 1916 - 1916

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