In 1919 women in Jersey were given the vote. On this 100th anniversary of Women’s Suffrage find out about some of the iconic women who have lived in the Island and the stories of their communities in a series of free talks at Jersey Archive
Sponsored by Walkers.
All talks are free to everyone, but to avoid disappointment book your place by calling 833300 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
All talks start at 10am and the archive is open for your own research from 9am to 1pm.
Saturday 19 January - With a focus on tellings womens' stories join us for a talk on the newly opened records available at Jersey Archive.
Saturday 16 February - Iconic Jersey Women and the Story of the Womens' Vote
Saturday 16 March - La Motte Street and Grosvenor Street
Saturday 20 April - Millbrook
Saturday 18 May - St Brelade’s Bay
Saturday 15 June - St Saviour’s Road
Saturday 20 July - Millais
Saturday 17 August -Gloucester Street
Saturday 21 September - Route du Fort
Saturday 19 October - Green Island
Saturday 16 November - Mont Cochon
Saturday 21 December - Naughty or Nice? Ordinary women with extraordinary lives