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Myths and Legends
St Helier
© Geraint Jennings - La Societe Jersiaise
St Helier - The fabled life of St Helier

The island of Jersey, in common with the UK nations, has its own saint – St. Helier, whose name was chosen for the island’s capital, and not without good reason. In the prestigious and important writings of “Acta Sanctorum”, The Life of the Saints, his life has been catalogued as a part of the myths and legends of the island. More...

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