Correspondence concerning a request from Miss Lillicrap to hold dancing classes

Reference: B/A/W3/3/1

Date: November 23rd 1940 - December 11th 1940

Correspondence relating to the ban on public dances

Reference: B/A/W3/3/2

Date: May 4th 1941 - May 23rd 1941

Correspondence relating request from Donald Journeaux to hold dancing lessons

Reference: B/A/W3/3/3

Date: June 10th 1941 - June 24th 1941

Application from Melrose Sports Club to hold a dance

Reference: B/A/W3/3/4

Date: July 8th 1941 - July 11th 1941

Correspondence relating to request by Jeannette Boielle and Madeleine Le Riche to hold dancing classes

Reference: B/A/W3/3/5

Date: September 12th 1941 - September 15th 1941

Correspondence relating to request by the Irish Social Club to hold a St Patrick's Day dance

Reference: B/A/W3/3/6

Date: March 11th 1942 - March 25th 1942

Correspondence relating to applications to hold dances and ban because of diphtheria epidemic

Reference: B/A/W3/3/7

Date: January 18th 1943 - May 11th 1943

Ban on public dances following cases of syphilis

Reference: B/A/W3/3/8

Date: June 19th 1943 - June 19th 1943

Consumption of electricity at dances

Reference: B/A/W31/8/33

Date: November 30th 1942 - December 31st 1942

Reductions in the ration of electric current, closure of one civil cinema, and discontinuation of dances.

Reference: B/A/W31/8/69

Date: October 1st 1944 - January 1st 1945

Sound recording of Jack and Patricia Allaire speaking about the Occupation and the years after. They were interviewed on 15/02/2005 by Marleen Hacquoil for the Liberation to Coronation Oral History Project. Mr & Mrs Allaire talk about farm works, rations, food, the Red Cross parcels for children and adults, entertainment, clothes, school, electricity, collaboration, deportations and the prisonners of war during the Occupation. They also talk about Mr Allaire's family, farm work after the Occupation, cars, buses, tourism, radios, television, the Coronation and Royal Visits.

Reference: C/D/P/P1/1

Date: February 15th 2005

Sound recording of Fred Stoodley speaking about the Occupation and the years after. He was interviewed on 09/11/2004 by Stuart Nicolle for the Liberation to Coronation Oral History Project. Mr Stoodley speaks about not understanding what was different about Liberation, collecting german memorabilia, being allowed to go places he's never been, american and british soldiers, playing baseball, football and cricket, going to school and the differences with today, the influence of american and edwardian culture, talks about the fashion of the time, the introduction of jazz in Jersey, the jazz clubs, evading his parents curfew, band concert, the attitude of the police and pranks, his jobs at the harbour and at Huelin's, the new jobs during the potatoes and tomatoes season, the milk bar in Broad Street, the Muratti and the Jersey team, seeing a match of football on the television, school sports, the changes in St Helier in the 1960, Huelin's whistle, the fires after the liberation, his position in the communist party and the treatment of his leader, the controversy over the insular insurance tax, Jersey families, living in housing and the difference in attitude with today, shopping on tick, the forum cinema and the difference in seating for poor and rich people, the relashipship between childrens from different areas, various entertainment, fetes and the battle of floser, the royal visits, and the rivalry between Jersey and Guernsey.

Reference: C/D/P/P1/75

Date: November 9th 2004

Sound recording of Noreen Syvret speaking about the Occupation and the years after. She was interviewed on 01/04/2005 by Stuart Nicolle for the Liberation to Coronation Oral History Project. Mrs Syvet speaks about singing songs on Liberation day, the state of St John Hotel after the occupation, going to St John School, to the Jersey College for Girl, and to Victoria College during the occupation, helping her mother's business, her convalescence after contracting tuberculosis, meeting and marrying her husband, the dances, the parish hall, the carnivals, the elections, the battle of flowers, the fortifications and the seeing the prisoners of war marching.

Reference: C/D/P/P1/77

Date: April 1st 2005

Sound recording of Sydney Syvret speaking about the Occupation and the years after. He was interviewed on 01/04/2005 by Stuart Nicolle for the Liberation to Coronation Oral History Project. Mr Syvet speaks about going to the docks to see the british soldiers, the treatment of the jerrybags, the german leaving, the destruction of germans arms and amunitions, his father's business, the parish ot St Mary, playing football in the field, the cinema, going to West Park Pavilion for dances, ad shooting rifles.

Reference: C/D/P/P1/78

Date: April 1st 2005

Programme for Jersey Holiday Queen Grand Ball

Reference: D/AS/A7/5

Date: April 25th 1970 - April 25th 1970

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