Told through photographs this reflects the life of heritage in Jersey.
From landscapes and landmarks to discovering hidden spots and spending time with family, Jersey's unique heritage is yours to be discovered.
This photographic blog will give you the chance to see how everyone interacts with the heritage landscape.
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Archers, Gladiators, Roman Centurians peopled an encampment at Hougue Bie. There were displays of cooking and spinning. Small children played games, helped to make bead necklaces and enjoyed the delights of a Roman feast.
There were archery and spear throwing displays along with the more cultured pursuits and pastimes of mosaic making or calligraphy.
There really was something for everyone and lots of opportunity to get involved.
We can't time travel but these en-actors allow us a small glimpse of what it must have been like.