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North Jersey Through Time

North Jersey Through Time (Paperback)

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Jersey, Britain's 'jewel in the crown', is the largest of the Channel Islands and sits just over 14 miles from the west Normandy coastline. Once part of the Duchy of Normandy, it chose to become loyal to the British Crown in 1204 and broke its links with France at that time. Despite repeated attempts by France in the past to regain possession, Jersey has maintained its independence ever since. Just 9 miles long and 5 miles wide, Jersey is famous for its finance industry and tourism. Despite its small size, it has a population of approximately 90,000, and yet there is still much of the lush countryside left untouched. The reader is taken on a visual tour of Jersey's famous rugged north coastline, with its picturesque little bays and harbours tucked in close to the imposing cliffs.

History & PoliticsLocal interest, family history & nostalgiaLocal historyHistory & PoliticsLocal interest, family history & nostalgiaPlaces in old photographs Publisher: Amberley Publishing Publication Date: 15/05/2013 ISBN-13: 9781445614014  Details: Type: Paperback Format: Books
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Educated at Dynevor Grammar School, Swansea, before taking up and completing a Telecommunications Apprenticeship with the GPO (General Post Office). Following two years National Service in the RAF as an Air Radar Mechanic on V-Bombers, he continued his career in the GPO as a Telecommunications Engineer. He subsequently entered the Steel and Tinplate Industry as a Chartered Engineer specialising in Telecommunications and Computer Automation Systems. Following retirement, he rejoined the Tinplate Industry as an Engineering Consultant to Project Manage the Millennium Bug Change-over and he has been engaged ever since as Curator of the Tinplate Museum at Trostre Works, Llanelli. In 1995, he took his first step to becoming an Author and have been publishing books ever since.

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