|02/05/2018||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
|04/04/2018||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.
The Parish of St Clément is actively re-establishing it's links with Cancale in Brittany. The Maire of Cancale is so proud of the union between the two areas as Cancale is the only Breton town to be linked with one of our twelve parishes in Jersey.
Following a very successful visit to Cancale by parishioners last May for the International Pétanque competition, we, accompanied by the new Miss St Clément, will be returning to Cancale from the 18th - 21st. May to participate in Cancale's carnival weekend
The programme will involve a friendly pétanque match on the Friday afternoon, followed by their 'interville' games on the Saturday. The twinning committee is seeking reasonably fit parishioners aged between 18-80 to take part in these fun team games.
On the Sunday, there will be a procession of 'floats' through the streets of Cancale. St Clément will be entering a small trailer, mainly decorated by contributions from students at Le Rocquier School, and parish bunting in this three hour procession.
Any parishioner who would like to be involved in this carnival weekend or is interested in finding out more about future twinning activities, is asked leave contact details at the parish hall.
Reciprocal activities are being planned for later in the year to welcome Cancale visitors to Jersey, and in particular, to St Clément