The Parish Twinning Committee and the St Clement Petanque Club have organised a visit to Cancale on the weekend of 17th - 19th May. Though primarily to play the noble game, the French organisers are offering an opportunity for non-playing parishioners to accompany the party and participate in other activities. Friday: a visit to the Jeanne Jugan museum and town exhibition in the port. Saturday: a guided coastal walk and the chance of a dolphin-watching boat trip (£33). Saturday evening Gala Dinner – booked beforehand (Eu70). Sunday: Street market visit – highly recommended.
Anyone wishing to take advantage of the opportunity would be expected to make their own travel and accommodation arrangements, but the friendly Alg Hotel has reserved several rooms for St Clement visitors. Tel: 0033 299 89 5000. (Mme Boursin speaks English)
Contact Bernadette Cooper on: firstname.lastname@example.org before the end of March if you are interested in taking up the offer, as the organisers particularly need to know numbers interested in the dolphin boat trip.
|08/03/2019||Opportunities for St Clement Residents|
A large number of people from St Clement visited the Tower when it was open on 2 and 3 February and, from their comments, found this to be an enjoyable experience.
Brian Nibbs together with his fellow Jersey Tourist Guides Association (JTGA) guides would like to offer 'taster' sessions to those who might be interested in assisting on certain Sundays from April to September. It would be an opportunity to learn about the history of the Tower, the surrounding area and the extensive RAMSAR site. No prior knowledge is necessary, just an interest in helping visitors to the Tower understand exactly what we have on our maritime doorstep!
If interested, please call Brian on 856550 or email email@example.com
|07/03/2019||What day is your rubbish collected? |
Grande Route de la Côte, Pontac Common, Ls Ormes Common, Le Vieux Chemin, Rue de Causie, Causie Drive, Le Grande Pre, Rue du Bourg, La Petite Sente, Clos du Bourg, La Cache du Bourg, Rue de la Lourderie, Rue au Long, Rue des Nouettes, Grande Route de St Clément (from Grouville border to Pontorson Lane), Clos du Corvez, Rue Laurens, Fair Oaks,
Victoria Road, Green Road, Rohais Court, Clos du Manoir, Marina Avenue, Sarina Road, Samares Avenue, Manor Close, Le Squez Road, School Road, La Cambrette, Les Cloches, La Platte Mare, Rue du Maupertuis, Le Marais, Les Sellieres, Le Benefice, Sea Point, Avalon Park, Rue du Prince.
Blanc Mondin, Beaufort Square, Baycroft Close, Priory Farm, Clos du Maupertuis, Coastland Avenue, Devon Avenue, Willow Court, St Luke's Crescent. Georgetown Park Estate, Rue au Blancq, Rue du Fond, Clos de Roncier, Clos de Roquebert, Clos Fondain, Clos de la Motte, Clos de l'Abri.
Plat Douet Road, Grève d'Azette, Princess Place, FB Cottages, The Avenue, St Nicholas Avenue, Kingsley Avenue, La Ronde Avenue, Balmoral Avenue, Glendale Avenue, Glendale Close, Rue de Samares, Sefton Close, La Serre, Grande Route de St Clément (Rue de Samares to FB Fields), St Clement Gardens.
Rue de la Chapelle, Rue du Pontlietaut, Balleine Close, Rue de la Croix, Beach Gardens, La Cachette, Blanche Pierre, Rue du Presbytère, Clos de Maitland, Oakland Vineries, Rectory Close, Rue de la Houguette, Rue du Prince, Rue de Jambart, Pre du Roi, Sydney Crill Park, Rue du Hocq, Rue du Maupertuis, Clos de la Mare, Clos Lemprière, La Platte Mare, Avalon Park, Rocqueberg Close, Eureka Avenue, Rue de la Blinerie, Jardin de la Blinerie, Clos de la Blinerie
|07/03/2019||We need your help|
Do you have memorbilia or memories of the liberation and occupation?
St Clement's Parish is getting prepared for our liberation 75 celebration and we are looking for memorabilia and memories that we can scan and takes copies of to create a display at our event. If you have anything suitable please pop it in to the Parish Hall.
|06/02/2019||Renew by 31 January 2019|
Dog Licences must be renewed by the end of January each year - £5 for each dog (or a late fee of £10 from 1 February). Application forms are available from the Licences tab on this website however if the details are the same as last year, you simply need to contact the Parish Hall on 854724 and payment can be taken over the phone, you will not need to complete a new form.
|05/02/2019||Does your Driving Licence expire soon?|
If so, you could be one of the 30,000 in Jersey whose driving licence is due to expire between October 2018 and February 2019.
The Expiry date is shown in column 11 on the reverse of the licence.
All applications will be dealt with in the order they are received and you can only apply to renew your driving licence 3 months before the expiry date.
You can quickly and easily renew your licence online at https://services.parish.gov.je/DrivingLicence/Entry/Renew You'll need a photo which can be taken using your smartphone or a digital camera (we also provide the option to send a passport style photo by post) or you can complete the paper application form available from the parish hall. Please note that if you choose to provide any documents offline, these must be received by the parish within 7 days of the online application otherwise the application will be discarded.
You will need the following to make an application –
- One photograph taken in the last 6 months which meets the criteria (as with a passport style)
- Payment of £50 for a 10-year licence
- If your name has changed since your last licence was issued (for example marriage etc.) then you must submit the relevant documents (in this case a marriage certificate)
Please be reminded that you cannot renew your licence more than 3 months in advance. Your new licence will be valid for the remaining period of your existing one plus a full 10 years. You do not have to return your existing licence so we urge you to renew as soon as you are able to.
|24/01/2019||On World Wetlands Day|
Le Hocq Tower to Open as an Interpretation Centre
On World Wetlands Day, Saturday 2nd February 1000 - 1600
Also Sunday 3rd February 1000 – 1600
Le Hocq Tower, Owned by the Parish of St Clement and leased to Jersey Heritage, will be open on Saturday 2nd February, and the following day, to commemorate World Wetlands Day, as it overlooks the South East Coast of Jersey RAMSAR site. This forms one of the largest intertidal reef sites in Europe. The RAMSAR site is so named as Jersey is a signatory to the Convention on Wetlands, signed in Ramsar, Iran on 2nd February 1971.
The RAMSAR site extends from St Helier Harbour to Gorey Harbour encompassing the SE corner of Jersey and on an extreme 12 metre spring tide, exposes in excess of 17.5 sq. km. of wave-cut rock platforms, extensive areas of reef at varying elevations, expansive rocky shores and a complex system of soft substrate gulleys.
With the experience of the 2018 openings, which were very well supported, the hours have been extended this year. In addition, following recent discussions between Jersey Heritage and the Jersey Tourist Guides Association (JTGA), within the Tower will be a number of pull-up banners telling the story of the Le Hocq area, one focusing on Le Hocq Tower and daily life within it and another on defensive coastal towers.
Other pull-up banners will describe the RAMSAR/wetlands site, ornithology and a new concept, the UNESCO Geopark to which Jersey may seek to achieve.
On Saturday 2 February between 10am and 3pm, complementary to the Tower's opening, an exhibition is being staged in the Parish Hall by a number of parties, including sections of the Societe Jersiaise, which will include an interactive 'touch tank'.
Jersey Heritage and guides of the JTGA, who will be in attendance at the Tower, look forward to welcoming you!
Captain Brian Nibbs
Member, St Clement Roads Committee and Committee Member, JTGA
|01/01/2019||Can you help by joining our team, so we can make the Parish a more comfortable and safer place for us all to live in?|
The Honorary Police play a vital role in providing parish-based community policing. Regular duties can include attending and organising parish hall enquiries, mobile patrols around the parish, conducting road, speed and drink driving checks, attending road traffic accidents, attending complaints ranging from noisy neighbours to anti-social behaviour, responding to calls for assistance, assisting with missing person searches and concerns for welfare as well as assisting with traffic control at events.
A team consists of a Centenier, a Vingtenier and 2 or 3 Constable's Officers. Each team is on duty on a rota basis, usually for one week in four.
The Parish provides full training as well as uniform and equipment to enable officers to assist with the requirements of modern day policing.
The St Clement Honorary Police also organise a range of social events throughout the year. Whether it is whilst policing or socially, we believe in creating a great sense of teamwork and friendship.
We are currently seeking Parishioners to join our team. So what is the time commitment? Well, that is very much up to each member of the Honorary Police! What we ask is that each officer is on duty for one week in four, but if other activities mean that an officer is not available on a certain day, either on a regular or casual basis, then that can be accommodated. Equally we know that most people work during the week and are unlikely to be available during the day. But this is not a problem, as others may well be free.
Why not come and have a chat with us, totally without obligation, just to see if this might be for you. Alternatively, or additionally, you might like to have an informal meet with one of our Constable's Officers who can give your first-hand information about being an Honorary Officer. If this would be helpful we would be pleased to arrange this for you.
The St Clement Honorary Police are really first class people with a mission to support and help the community in which we live. It would be great if you would consider becoming part of the team.
If you, or a member of your family, are between the ages of 20 and 69 please consider joining us to help serve the community in which we live. Just ring the Parish Hall on 854724 for more information.
Monday 24 December - Monday & Tuesday's Collections
Christmas Day – No Collection
Boxing Day – No Collection
Thursday 27 December – Wednesday & Thursday's Collections
Friday 28 December – Normal Collection
Monday 31 December - Monday & Tuesday's Collections
New Year's Day – No Collection
Wednesday 2 January – Normal Collection
Monday 24 December – 8.15am to 12noon
Christmas Day & Boxing Day – Closed
Thursday 27 December – 9.30am to 4.30pm
Friday 28 December – 9.30am to 3.45pm
Monday 31 December – 8.15am to 12noon
New Year's Day - Closed
Wednesday 2 January – Open as normal
In case of emergency contact the Duty Centenier on 07797 711 392
|22/11/2018||Christmas Vouchers 2018|
PLEASE NOTE vouchers are NOT being distributed through the Parish.
Vouchers will be sent by post to those aged 65+ who meet one of the following criteria:
a participant on an Income Support claim
a member of the Pension Plus scheme
in receipt of means tested support for living costs in a residential care placement under the Long Term Care scheme
If you have any queries please phone 445505, email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit Customer and Local Services, Philip Le Feuvre House, La Motte Street, St Heler.
|15/09/2018||How to Make a Rates Payment |
Parish Rates are due to be paid by noon on Thursday 4 October 2018.
If not paid by this date you will be subject to a 10% surchage.
Payments can be made by: cheque (payable to 'Parish of St Clement', cash in person at the Parish Hall during office hours (do not send cash by post), bank transfer quoting your ratepayer name and reference number to Barclays sorting code 20-45-05 account number 80739251 held in the name of the Parish of St Clement, or by debit/credit card in person or by phone.
You can also pay online at https://services.parish.gov.je using the unique code on your demand.
You may set up a regular standing order to pay your rates and details of how to do this are below.
Payment of Rates by Standing Order.pdf
|14/09/2018||Visite du Branchage 2018|
All persons, including co-ownership associations (for flying freehold properties) and companies (for share transfer properties) who occupy houses, land and other properties, along side the public roads in the following parishes are notified, in accordance with the requirements of the Loi (1914) sur la Voirie, that the second Visite du Banchage of the year will take place in each Parish on the date shown:
St Lawrence Wednesday 5 September
St Mary Thursday 6 September
St Martin Thursday 6 September
St Peter Thursday 6 September
St Ouen Thursday 6 September
St Brelade Friday 7 September
St Saviour Tuesday 11 September
Grouville Friday 14 September
St Helier Friday 14 September
ST CLEMENT FRIDAY 14 SEPTEMBER
Trinity Friday 14 September
St John Thursday 20 September
All such persons must:
(a) cut forthwith the overhanging branches growing from their properties along those public roads in such a way that there is a height of 12 feet free beneath the branches over the entire width of those roads (including their "reliefs") and a height of 8 feet free over the footpaths; and
(b) remove the branches that have been cut off as well as brambles, weeds and all other obstructions and deleterious matter that encroach on the public road or footpath.
Persons who fail to comply with these requirements shall be liable to a financial penalty not exceeding £100 for each infringement.
Chairman, Comité des Connétables
This year's Miss St Clement is Tasha Forrest. She was chosen to represent the Parish at an afternoon tea-party event at the Parish Hall. Tasha is an accomplished tennis player who is currently Sports captain at JCG and has eyes on competing at Wimbledon. She has had a long association with the Parish and is part of the Parish family.
She is joined by Lacey Le Boutellier, who took the title of Junior Miss St Clement. She's currently a student at St Clement's school, a keen dancer, having taken part in the recent Dance World Cup, loves working with numbers and meeting people.
Both new Parish Ambassadors will be seen participating in events throughout the year – including, of course the Battle of Flowers.
Good luck to them both
|06/03/2018||Here to Help|
If you find that you need assistance over the Winter period, our Community Support Team are here to help. If you require transport to an appointment, shopping etc. please phone Julie on 854724 who may be able to put you in contact with one of our many volunteers.
|05/03/2018||Newsletter March 2018|
|03/01/2018||Register with us|
If you want to keep up to date with what is happening in your Parish then please register with us at email@example.com and ask to be added to our fast growing list.
|02/01/2018||PC Amanda Ingram is the dedicated Community Officer for our Parish|
Vouchers are available to all local residents aged 70 years or over on or before 31 December 2017 and must be collected before Friday 15 December 2017. They are being distrubuted Monday to Thursday 9.30am to 4pm and Friday 9.30am to 3pm.
To be able to claim the vouchers, each person must bring proof of residence in the Parish (i.e. utility bill, bank statement etc.) and proof of age (i.e. passport, driving licence etc.).
If you are unable to collect your vouchers, please call Julie on 854724 who may be able to make an alternative arrangement.
|16/11/2017||Christmas Raffle Tickets on Sale at the Parish Hall|
First Prize - £250.00 Cash
3 Prizes of £50.00
Tickets £1.00 each
Draw to be held on Saturday 19 August 2017
Tickets available from the Parish Hall
All proceeds go towards the St Clement Battle of Flowers 2017 entry
|10/07/2017||2nd Visite du Branchage 2017|
The 2nd Visite du Branchage date for the Parish of St Clement is Friday 15 September 2017.
Occupiers of land bordering the public roads of the Parish must trim hedges and branches and cut all overhanging trees so as to give a clearance of 12 feet over main roads and by-roads and 8 feet over footpaths and must remove any other encroachments, including all cuttings and trimmings, on the public highway. An administrative penalty up to £100 may be levied for each infraction.
More information as to the requirements can be found under the Roads tab at the top of the page.
St Clement has two new ambassadors this year. Miss St Clement 2017 is Sofia de Sousa, a 17 year-old student at Beaulieu, currently reading Psychology, Biology and English Literature who is a keen participant in modern dancing and and advocate of bringing people together. She was awarded the title at a fun-filled parish tea party in May, which also this year featured a competition for Miss Junior St Clement – a welcome return for young parishioners to become involved with parish activities. The winner was ten year-old Madeline Guegan who is keen to help with the excitement of preparing the Battle of Flowers float and share responsibilities for promoting the Parish.
Sofia has already embarked on duties as Miss St Clement helping to host fund-raising efforts on behalf of the St Clement Battle of Flowers Association.
Both winners were happy to be photographed in the sunshine alongside the Parish Hall.
|25/04/2017||Rate List on Display|
The Rates List may be inspected at the Parish Hall from 10 May to 23 May during normal office hours. Members of the Assessment Committee will be available by appointment only on the following dates to discuss any concerns relating to assessments:
Tuesday 16 May - 10am to 12noon
Wednesday 17 May - 2pm to 4pm
Thursday 18 May - 5pm to 7pm
An application may be made to the Assessment Committee for a review of an assessment of an area of land shown on the Rates List. An application for review should:-
be made on the approved form (available from the Parish Hall or on www.parish.gov.je
must provide details of other land in the island with similar attributes where there is a significant difference (10% of the proposed rateable value of the land in question or 500 rateable quarters, whichever is the greater), and
if requesting a review of the assessment of domestic /non-domestic must provide details of the current use of the property, and
must be made on or before 24 May 2017 to the Assessment Committee at the Parish Hall, La Grande Route de la Côte, St Clément, JE2 6FP.
An appeal against an assessment may only be made after a review has been undertaken. Notice is also given, in accordance with Article 11 of the Rates (Jersey) Law 2005 that once the Rates List has been approved by the Supervisory Committee it becomes the Rates List of the Parish for that rateable year.
Connétable 10 May 2017
|07/04/2017||Consultation at the Good Companions Club on Thurs 20 April|
|01/02/2017||February News Letter|
St Clement Battle of Flowers Association
You are invited to join us for Afternoon Tea
at the Parish Hall
Sunday 7 May 2017 at 2.30pm
£5 per adult / £2.50 for children under 12 years
To book contact Jean Chapman on 734732 / 07797 842225
Miss St Clement entrants must be aged between 17 and 24 years on 7 May
Junior entrants must be aged between 8 and 11 years on 7 May
Entry Form Miss St Clement 2017.pdf
Entry Form Junior Miss St Clement.pdf
|21/11/2016||For Battle 2017 - New Chairman|
|30/08/2016||Friday 2 September |
All occupiers of properties/land alongside the public roads must:
- Cut the overhanging foliage growing from their properties along those public roads in such a way that there is a height of 12 feet free beneath the foliage over the entire width of those roads (including their "reliefs") and a height of 8 feet over the footpaths; and
- Remove the foliage that have been cut off as well as brambles, weeds and all other obstructions and deleterious matter that encroach on the public road or footpath.
Persons who fail to comply with these requirements shall be liable to an administrative penalty not exceeding £100 for each infringement.
|03/06/2016||Find out the results|
The data from the recent Dog Fouling and Littering Consultation has been collated and can be found on this website on the Consultations link at the top of the page, or by clicking on the following link: -
Miss St Clement 2016 is Lucie Hosking.
Nineteen year-old Lucie, is a student at Highlands College, where she is studying for a BA in Childhood Studies. She hopes to qualify eventually as a primary school teacher. She is certainly well travelled, having visited Nepal, where she took part in a research project, South America, Africa and Australasia. She describes herself as a very sociable person, keen to listen, meet people and get involved with 'people projects' – all attributes well suited to her duties as Parish ambassador during the next twelve months. Next step - Miss Battle of Flowers.
|06/05/2016||Thank you for your continued support|
|06/04/2016||Child & Family Centre|
|12/03/2015||From Snow Queen to Parish Ambassador|
This year's Miss St Clement is Ebony Troy. 17 year-old Ebony, who rode as the Snow Queen on last year's parish Battle of Flowers float is also well known as a key player in Team Jets netball team. She is currently a student at JCG studying Science, Finance and Psychology. When not studying, she coaches young netball hopefuls. She is already widely travelled and is keen to visit Australia where she feels she could pick up tips on how to further her hoped-for career as a physiotherapist.
Twelve months will pass quickly but, Ebony is looking forward immensely to acting as a parish ambassador during 2015.
The other finalists were Jessica Pinel and Charlotte Volante.
|22/07/2014||At Your Service|
In the past, the Parish Welfare system had been the safety net for the more vulnerable in our society, and had been in existence for many years. In January of 2008, it was replaced by the new Income Support system administered centrally by the Ministry of Social Security. The new system has simplified the payment of benefits and is generally fairer, easier to understand.
But the old Parish welfare system was not just about money, it was equally about the Constable and his staff knowing and talking with the people who needed support to help them live independently in the community. Many used to attend the Parish Hall on a weekly basis not just to collect their money, but also for a general chat and discussion of any problems that may be bothering them. In this way a good rapport was established between parishioners and the Parish Hall staff. With the introduction of centrally-administered Income Support, this sort of personal contact has been lost, and with it some of the community benefits the Parishes could offer.
The valuable tradition of help in the community has been rekindled in the parish of St Clement by the establishment of a Community Support Team consisting of some now 45 dedicated and caring volunteers with a wide spectrum of experience and expertise, led by its Chairman, Chris Le Cornu – a former member of the Parish Welfare Committee.
Support is offered in whatever way is appropriate to the needs of the individual, perhaps in lifts to the Hospital or GP for appointments, assisting with shopping, completing application forms, or simply being a friendly face to chat with. In some cases, people need only be pointed in the direction of a more appropriate agency, such as Citizens’ Advice Bureau, for best advice on their particular problem, such as budgeting. But whatever the need, the St Clement Community Support team will be there and available to give advice.
Indeed the Team has now assisted in one way or another 400 families in the parish.
St Clément Support Team Co-ordinator
St Clément Parish Hall