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Sun 24 Jan 2021
Kerbside collections will continue, but all public waste and recycling sites are now closed.
Sat 23 Jan 2021
Following the States announcement the St Peter Port Constables’ Office will be closed until further notice.
Wed 13 Jan 2021
A Goldendoodle called Flo has won the Pooch of GY1 competition in what was a hotly contested initiative.
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.
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
Thu 07 Jan 2021
“The Tree of Joy is to remain lit until the end of January” There has been noticeable Island support of the recent incentive to extend external Christmas decorations until the end of January. The incentive’s purpose is to promote good health and well-being throughout the Island in these times of uncertainty and increased hardship. The Rotary Club of Guernsey has gained all the necessary permissions and approvals to extend the lighting to the Tree of Joy this year until the 31st January 2021. Rotary President, David Parish, is pleased that Rotary can be part of this community initiative which is also supported by Guernsey Mind and Dr Nicola brink. The Tree of Joy is kindly sponsored by PWC, Butterfield Bank and the Island Energy Group and thanks them also for their renewal of their Christmas Sponsorship for the next 3 years. Sponsoring the Tree provides the opportunity to spread real joy in allowing the public to sponsor gifts to many of the Island’s children whose families may have struggled to provide them throughout the festive period. Mike O’ Hara , Rotary Chair of Community Services, is very grateful of the support provided by the various parties that are involved with the erection of the Tree of Joy ranging from , Marine and General Engineers who arrange for all the necessary cranage, the States of Guernsey Environment Committee together with Parks and Gardens who have rescheduled their operations around the roundabout and the Guernsey Sea Scouts who arrange for the hoisting of the flags to the Mast. 2020 has been a very challenging period for all the Island Community and Rotary is very pleased to be able to extend some Christmas cheers this year with the extended lighting of the Tree of Joy which we hope will put “ siles on people’s faces” whenever they pass the roundabout in Town.
Thu 17 Dec 2020
"A New Year and new ideas” will be the subject of the next St Peter Port Douzaine drop-in session on Saturday 19th December, from 10am – 12noon at the Constables’ Office, Lefebvre Street. Parishioners are invited to share their thoughts and experiences and help identify areas of improvement or new initiatives on how St. Peter Port Douzaine can best serve the parish, both now and in the future.
Thu 10 Dec 2020
As Christmas and the New Year fast approach we wanted to let you know the dates, and quite what will be collected over the festive period.