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!!!!


  1. Tom.

    We are in dire need of another Reform Day. Listening to Mr. Jennings the other day, he could quite easily have been talking about 2010 not 1769.

    Something needs to be done about this government, the are, in my opinion, out of control and lawless.......God help us if they are allowed to continue the way they are going.

  2. Good old Tel, predictable as ever, but heroes are always revered....