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St Peter Port Parish Agrees Remede

Thu 15 Apr 2021

Electors and Ratepayers of the Parish of St Peter Port at a public meeting on Wednesday 14 April agreed the remede for 2021.

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St Peter Port Parish Meeting

Tue 06 Apr 2021

The St Peter Port Parish meeting will take place on Wednesday 14 April at 7:30pm.

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We're opening our doors!

Fri 19 Mar 2021

We're delighted to announce that our office will be open to the public from 08:30am on Monday 22 March 2021. We're looking forward to seeing everyone again.

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Constables Office Closed to the Public

Mon 08 Mar 2021

The St Peter Port Constables' office will remain closed to the public during Stage Two. However we are still contactable on email or via telephone on 01481 720014. Please do not hesitate to contact us with any queries or concerns.

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Thinking of you

Wed 03 Mar 2021


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Kerbside collections to continue

Sun 24 Jan 2021

Kerbside collections will continue, but all public waste and recycling sites are now closed.

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St Peter Port Constables’ Office Closed

Sat 23 Jan 2021

Following the States announcement the St Peter Port Constables’ Office will be closed until further notice.

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Canine Face of GY1 Announced

Wed 13 Jan 2021

A Goldendoodle called Flo has won the Pooch of GY1 competition in what was a hotly contested initiative.

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St Peter Port Parishioners Encouraged to Get Involved

Mon 11 Jan 2021

St Peter Port parishioners are being given the opportunity to voice their opinions and ideas at an open morning to be held on Saturday 16 January at the Constables’ Office.

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Dog Tax 2021

Thu 07 Jan 2021

Just a reminder that dog tax is now due. It is £10 per dog and can be paid in person at the office, over the phone (720014)with a card or by sending in a stamped addressed envelope with a cheque made out to the Constables of St Peter Port. Thank you

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