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Jersey, for those of you who do not yet know where it is to be found on a map of the world, is situated in the bay of Mont St. Michel, Normandy, France, some 80 miles south of England but only 15 miles west of Carteret and 33 miles north of St. Malo.

Jersey is the largest of the Channel Islands, 60 square miles with a population of 80,000 and its own unique system of government. To quote Victor Hugo,

"les Iles de la Manche sont des morceaux de France tombes dans la mer et ramasses par l'Angleterre. De la une nationalite complexe les Jerriais et Guernesiais ne sont certainement pas anglais sans le vouloir mais ils sont francais sans le savoir."

Jersey is perhaps best known for its cows, Jersey Royal new potatoes and hot running Welshmen.

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