Sound recording of Iris Le Feuvre speaking about the Occupation and the years after. She was interviewed on 29/11/2004 by Stuart Nicolle for the Liberation to Coronation Oral History Project. Mrs Le Feuvre speaks about going to Royal Square on Liberation day, the joy in the air, the Germans leaving, people going to the Underground Hospital, the dances after Liberation, the Russian prisoners, shortages, preparing her wedding trousseau, going to London on her honeymoon and seeing the bombsites, comparing London to Jersey after the war, the Insular Insurance scheme, the foot and mouth disease, televisions, the Royal wedding, the evacuees and their return, the cattles, the vegetables crop, farm work and its mechanisation, working at La Masuriers, being the first woman constable, the political reform and the elections, various shops in town, the home deliveries of various products, the district nurses, the difference in her house between then and now, the increase in tourism, the battle of flowers and the fair, the official visits of the king and queen, of Prince Edward and of field Marshall Montgomery, The Muratti, motorbike racing and various houses and persons on the race track, horse show, cattle show, going to the beaches, cinemas, the West Park Pavilion, the arrival of the street lighting in St Lawrence, the death of the king and the coronation.

Reference: C/D/P/P1/48

Date: November 29th 2004

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

Transcript of certificate of George Carteret for expenditure for the period 1646-1650, arising from a lease and grant (with tithes of corn in St Saviour) by Sir Thomas Jermyn, former Governor of Jersey. Endorsed with acknowledgment of Osmund Cooke, Paymaster of the Royal Garrison in Jersey, of receipt of 48,000 livres for 'the paye and entertainment of His Majesties new garrisons'

Reference: D/AL/A/1/8

Date: June 12th 1652 - June 12th 1652

Plans of the Arts Centre, Phillips Street - elevations

Reference: D/AL/A9/945(E5)

Date: 1981 - 1981

File Relates to Fort Regent - General. File includes correspondence between several departments and companies including; Department of Building and Works, Fort Regent Administration, contractors, architects, States Greffe, States Treasury and Fort Regent Development Committee. Correspondence relates to the redevelopment of Fort Regent - the sports area and ancilliary works and covers issues such as general construction issues, fittings, finances, entertainment programmes, the sports area, museum, aquarium, licenses, propositions, fire protection and tender applications.

Reference: D/AL/D1/18/2

Date: 1974-09 - 1976-03

Law imposing a tax on entertainments comfirmed by Order of His Majesty in Council. Regulations adopted by the Finance Committee. Printed by J T Bigwood, States Printers

Reference: D/AP/AD/10/1

Date: October 8th 1921 - October 8th 1921

Actes des Etats relating to Entertainments Duty (Jersey) Law, 1953

Reference: D/AU/Y1/18

Date: 1953 - 1953

Financial Services Directorate correspondence concerning the Jersey Arts Trust and Opera House Restoration Appeal

Reference: D/AU1/A1/A/A14

Date: July 30th 1996 - September 18th 1997

Financial Services Directorate correspondence concerning the Jersey Arts Trust

Reference: D/AU1/A1/A/A14/1

Date: 1995 - 1997

File containing a copy of an oversize report entitled: Jersey Island Plan. Springfield. Site and Development Appraisal. The report contains sections concerning: historical perspective, existing uses and premises, planning context, and development options The report also includes illustrations and plans

Reference: D/G/A8/4/6

Date: July 23rd 1984 - July 23rd 1984

Miscellaneous items: Film Entertainment advertisement notice, and a declaration relating to the of the arrival of paraffin and carbide into the Port of St Helier for persons resident in the Parish of St Helier

Reference: D/S/M8

Date: 1919 - 1958

Entertainments

Reference: D/Z/K2

Entertainments in Jersey and Guernsey, includes; papers re. protection of fine arts, lending of books from libraries, cinema, back up of the archives of the Channel Islands, the Catholic and Methodist Churches, and dancing schools

Reference: D/Z/K2/1

Date: September 11th 1940 - January 20th 1944

Entertainment

Reference: F/C/T3

Correspondence relating to the Parish of Grouville Jubilee dinner dance

Reference: F/C/T3/1

Date: 1977 - 1977

Correspondence relating to the Parish of Grouville annual dinners

Reference: F/C/T3/2

Date: 1967 - 1976

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