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Islanders living in Jersey are being asked for their views as major changes are in line for the island’s heritage.

Jersey’s government is in the process of creating a Heritage Strategy, which has concluded that there is no formal structure for protecting key buildings and sites. The draft strategy is proposing the creation of a Heritage Champion and greater coordination of heritage services, with islanders being asked for their views to help shape the strategy.

Kirsten Morel, Jersey’s Deputy, the assistant minister with responsibility for culture told reporters that the island’s rich heritage is the essence of Jersey and that it is vital that it is protected.

The government said that Jersey Heritage Trust, the National Trust for Jersey and the Société Jersiaise will work together to develop the programmes to deliver the strategy. Islanders are invited to make their views known by 25th October, find out more here.

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