Conway Street

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Potato lorries and horse-drawn vans queue in Conway Street during the height of the season
The Hotel de la Boule d'Or once stood in Conway Street

Conway Street, named after Henry Seymour Conway, Governor of Jersey from 1772 to 1795, runs from Broad Street to the Weighbridge. This means that it starts in what was once the town's main street and crosses an area previously covered in sand dunes, to end up on reclaimed land.

Today the street is home to a number of financial organisations, and also to an eclectic collection of shops catering for the lunchtime requirements of those working in the banks and other businesses which dominate Broad Street and the surrounding area.


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