Saturday, October 30, 2010

Saturday, October 2, 2010

Two centuries late - Jersey Reform Day remembered...

On 28 September 2010 the people of Jersey finally remembered the heroes  of the Jersey reformers in 1769.

Geraint Jennings gave a brief speech and many were amazed that such things could have happened in Jersey.
We hope for a permanent memorial to the brave political protesters and that 28 September might become Jersey's very own and official "REFORM DAY" with a public holiday.
Thanks to Constable Crowcroft for his support and  asking questions in the States assembly on the very day.
Inevitably, Terry Le Sueur said no holiday - no way!!!!