List of Jersey-related topics


The following outline is provided as an overview of and topical guide to Jersey:

The Bailiwick of Jersey is a British Crown dependency[1] located in the Channel Islands off the coast of Normandy.[2][3] As well as the island of Jersey itself, the bailiwick includes the nearly uninhabited islands of the Minquiers, Écréhous, the Pierres de Lecq[4] and other rocks and reefs. Together with the Bailiwick of Guernsey it forms the grouping known as the Channel Islands. The defence of all these islands is the responsibility of the United Kingdom. However, Jersey is part of neither the UK nor the European Union; rather, like the Isle of Man, it is a separate possession of the Crown. Jersey belongs to the Common Travel Area.

General reference

Geography of Jersey

Main article: Geography of Jersey

Environment of Jersey


  • Climate of Jersey
  • Renewable energy in Jersey
  • Geology of Jersey
  • Protected areas of Jersey
    • Biosphere reserves in Jersey
    • National parks of Jersey
  • Wildlife of Jersey
    • Fauna of Jersey
      • Birds of Jersey
      • Mammals of Jersey

Natural geographic features of Jersey

Regions of Jersey

Main article: Parishes of Jersey

Ecoregions of Jersey

Main articles: List of ecoregions in Jersey and Ecoregions in Jersey

Administrative divisions of Jersey

Main article: Parishes of Jersey

The Channel Island of Jersey is divided into twelve parishes. All have access to the sea and are named after the saints to whom their ancient parish churches are dedicated:

Vingtaines of Jersey
Main article: Vingtaine
Cities in Jersey

Demography of Jersey

Proposed government and politics of Jersey

Main article: Government of Jersey and Politics of Jersey

Branches of the government of Jersey

Main article: Government of Jersey

Executive branch of the government of Jersey

Legislative branch of the government of Jersey

Judicial branch of the government of Jersey

Main article: Courts of Jersey

Foreign relations of Jersey

International organization membership

The Bailiwick of Jersey is a member of:[2]

Law and order in Jersey

Main article: Law of Jersey

Military of Jersey

Main article: Military of Jersey

Local government in Jersey

Main article: Local government in Jersey

History of Jersey

Main article: History of Jersey, Timeline of the history of Jersey, and Current events of Jersey

Culture of Jersey

Main article: Culture of Jersey

Art in Jersey

Sport in Jersey

Main article: Sport in Jersey

Economy and infrastructure of Jersey

Main article: Economy of Jersey

Education in Jersey

Main article: Education in Jersey
  • List of schools in Jersey

See also

Main article: Jersey

Further reading

References

External links

Atlas of Jersey

  • States of Jersey
  • BBC Jersey
  • The World Factbook
  • Jersey History
  • Jersey Independent visitors guide
  • Jersey Legal Information Board (JLIB)
  • Jersey Tourism
  • Les Pâraîsses d'Jèrri en Jèrriais (map of parishes, coat-of-arms, and history)
  • Map of Jersey
  • Société Jersiaise
  • This is Jersey (Local Portal)
  • Virtual Tour of the Channel Island of Jersey
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