Members receive The Bulletin twice a year. Regular features include reports of Society meetings (by Jenny Grove), a digest of Jersey news (by Mary Billot), architectural history (by David Le Lay), a column on books (by Roger Jones) and a wry end-piece (by Arthur de Caux). The editor welcomes contributions.
The Bulletin has been published in its current format since January 1981. A (very) incomplete index exists, covering volume 3 (Sept 1987-March 1990), volume 4 (Sept 1990 – March 1993) and volume 6 (Sept 1996-March 1999), which can be downloaded as a single pdf document from the following link: Bulletin index vols 3 4 and 6.
The Autumn 2013 issue (vol 11 No 4) has a report on a talk by Dr Gilly Carr of Cambridge University on “Protest, Defiance and Resistance in the Channel Islands”, a critique by David Le Lay on the landscaping along Victoria Avenue and a piece by Frank Hopkins on “Occupations of Jersey”.
The Winter 2013 issue (vol 11 No 3) includes Jean Le Maistre on Jersey’s overseas aid and David Le Lay on Arthur B Grayson, Jersey’s modernist architect.
The Summer 2012 issue (vol 11 No 2) includes David Le Lay on ‘An architectural history of St Helier’ and a report by Jenny Grove on the film ‘Across the Pond’.
The Winter 2012 issue (vol 11 No 1) includes a report on a
talk by Giles Bois on Jersey folklore; Mark Boleat on Jersey’s population over the centuries; John Hailey on the Grouville internment camp; David Le Lay on the Glass Church, Jersey news for the second half of 2011 by Mary Billot; and regular columns by Roger Jones (on books) and Arthur de Caux (Le Crapaud chuckles).
The Summer 2011 issue of The Jersey Society in London Bulletin (vol 10 No 6) contains: tributes to Brian Ahier Read; an essay by Harriet Harvey Wood on the Battle of Hastings; and David Le Lay on the impact of tourism on Jersey’s coastline.
The Winter 2010/2011 issue (vol 10 No 5) incudes