Les Iles Normandes
The Channel Island Specialists′ Society′s Journal, Les Iles Normandes, has been compiled and produced four times a year since December 1975. Now bigger and with more colour pictures to illustrate the many wonderful items that the members have discovered, it is an important resource and discussion point.
To submit an article for consideration by the Editor for inclusion in the next available journal space, please either submit it by e-mail to the Editor at: firstname.lastname@example.org, or send it by post to:
He will be pleased to receive your contribution.
Excerpts from Les Iles Normandes will be added to the website when a new issue is published. Only parts of a few
articles will be available to non-members, you will have to join the Society to read the complete articles.
This index, which has been split into several parts and presently covers the journals up until the end of 2009, is to help
collectors and those who are studying the Channel Islands to take advantage of this resource. Should you require a copy of any of the Journals, a request can be forwarded to our Archivist, Mark Bailey at email@example.com
To view as a PDF click the following links
Starting in 1950, the year that the Channel Islands Specialists′ Society was formed by Bill Newport and John Simpson, the Society regularly published a Bulletin. It ran for 40 years and 197 editions were compiled and produced until 1990 when it was succeeded by today′s Journal Les Iles Normandes.
An index to the Bulletins, originally compiled in two parts by the late John Simpson, shows the bulletin numbers in which items were published about the subjects listed. This index is to help collectors and those who are studying the Channel Islands to take advantage of this resource. To view the index as a PDF click here: Bulletin Index.
Copies of the Bulletins can be requested from our Archivist, Mark Bailey, by email at firstname.lastname@example.org