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14/05/2020Jersey Royal Growing Competition

The results of the Connétable Genuine Jersey, Jersey Royal Growing Competition are as follows:

Connétable
​Parish
weight (g)
​count
​Len Norman
​St Clement
​1,254
​65
​Deidre Mezbourian
​St Lawrence
​1,210
​86
​John Le Maistre
​Grouville
​1,000
​28
​Richard Buchanan
​St Ouen
​907

​37
​Sadie Rennard
​St Saviour
​700
​53
​Christopher Taylor
​St John
​660
​41
​Karen Stone
​St Martin
​540
​33
​Michael Jackson
​St Brelade
​496
57​
​Philip Le Sueur
​Trinity
​254
​20
​Richard Vibert
​St Peter
​135
​6
​Simon Crowcroft
​St Helier
​-
​-
​John Le Bailly
​St Mary
​-
​-


Congratulations go to Connétable Len Norman on growing the heaviest weight (again) with 1,254g.

Congratulations also to Connétable Deidre Mezbourian for growing the greatest number of Jersey Royals with 86 and of course for her excellent presentation!

 

Please pass our thanks onto everyone for taking part.

We will be releasing the results to the media later today along with those from the schools, WI and Health Dept.


Our thanks also to The Channel Islands Co-operative Society for their generous and continued support.

 

Kind regards

John

 

John Garton
Executive Director, Jersey Product Promotion 2017 Limited

Chief Executive Officer, Genuine Jersey Products Association
Chief Executive Officer, Farm Jersey

31 The Parade, St Helier, Jersey JE2 3QQ

Mobile 07797 780 383

John@GenuineJersey.com
www.GenuineJersey.je

www.FarmJersey.je


  
12/05/2020Closure to be permanent

The Minister for Infrastructure, Deputy Kevin Lewis, has signed a Ministerial Decision which will permanently close Rue de Maupertuis to through traffic, except for access to premises.  The decision has made been following a one-year trial closure, which ran from 3 April 2019 to 3 April 2020.

The closure is part of the Safer Routes to School Programme, which aims to create safer ways for pedestrians and cyclists to use busy roads to travel to and from school.

The trial closure has led to a 10% increase in the number school pupils walking or cycling along Rue de Maupertuis during the morning peak hour, and an overall reduction in traffic at the junction of Rue du Maupertuis,  Rue de Samarès and Rue de la Croix.

In addition, of 250 Le Rocquier students who were surveyed, 77% said they felt safer when the road was closed to through traffic.

Plans to keep the road closed, has the support of Connétable of St Clément, Len Norman, and the Parish Roads Committee.

Constable Len Norman said: "We are happy to support this initiative to provide safer routes to school for students and increase the use of more active travelling modes on quiet parish roads.  It had been my intention to call a Parish Assembly last month to endorse the decision, but because of the current restrictions this was sadly not possible."

A copy of the full scheme appraisal presented to the Parish of St Clément is available for download below. 

Minister for Infrastructure, Deputy Kevin Lewis, said: "This closure is an excellent example of how a simple road closure can have a positive effect on residents, cyclists and pedestrians. The closure of Rue de Maupertuis will allow more students to stay active by walking and cycling to school and – most importantly – do so in safety."


 Appraisal Analysis Note v3 FINAL Issued.pdf


All Appendices Maupertuis FINAL 200401 (002).pdf


Maupertuis Poster FINAL (002).pdf


  
11/05/2020ARE HERE TO HELP

​St Clément's Community Team & Honorary Police are working together to ensure we are here for our Parishioners during the COVID-19 situation.

If you require support, please contact the Parish Hall on 854724 during office hours, 07797 711 392 out of hours, or email stclement@posc.gov.je and we will do our utmost to assist you.

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14/05/2020Jersey Royal Growing Competition

The results of the Connétable Genuine Jersey, Jersey Royal Growing Competition are as follows:

Connétable
​Parish
weight (g)
​count
​Len Norman
​St Clement
​1,254
​65
​Deidre Mezbourian
​St Lawrence
​1,210
​86
​John Le Maistre
​Grouville
​1,000
​28
​Richard Buchanan
​St Ouen
​907

​37
​Sadie Rennard
​St Saviour
​700
​53
​Christopher Taylor
​St John
​660
​41
​Karen Stone
​St Martin
​540
​33
​Michael Jackson
​St Brelade
​496
57​
​Philip Le Sueur
​Trinity
​254
​20
​Richard Vibert
​St Peter
​135
​6
​Simon Crowcroft
​St Helier
​-
​-
​John Le Bailly
​St Mary
​-
​-


Congratulations go to Connétable Len Norman on growing the heaviest weight (again) with 1,254g.

Congratulations also to Connétable Deidre Mezbourian for growing the greatest number of Jersey Royals with 86 and of course for her excellent presentation!

 

Please pass our thanks onto everyone for taking part.

We will be releasing the results to the media later today along with those from the schools, WI and Health Dept.


Our thanks also to The Channel Islands Co-operative Society for their generous and continued support.

 

Kind regards

John

 

John Garton
Executive Director, Jersey Product Promotion 2017 Limited

Chief Executive Officer, Genuine Jersey Products Association
Chief Executive Officer, Farm Jersey

31 The Parade, St Helier, Jersey JE2 3QQ

Mobile 07797 780 383

John@GenuineJersey.com
www.GenuineJersey.je

www.FarmJersey.je


  
12/05/2020Closure to be permanent

The Minister for Infrastructure, Deputy Kevin Lewis, has signed a Ministerial Decision which will permanently close Rue de Maupertuis to through traffic, except for access to premises.  The decision has made been following a one-year trial closure, which ran from 3 April 2019 to 3 April 2020.

The closure is part of the Safer Routes to School Programme, which aims to create safer ways for pedestrians and cyclists to use busy roads to travel to and from school.

The trial closure has led to a 10% increase in the number school pupils walking or cycling along Rue de Maupertuis during the morning peak hour, and an overall reduction in traffic at the junction of Rue du Maupertuis,  Rue de Samarès and Rue de la Croix.

In addition, of 250 Le Rocquier students who were surveyed, 77% said they felt safer when the road was closed to through traffic.

Plans to keep the road closed, has the support of Connétable of St Clément, Len Norman, and the Parish Roads Committee.

Constable Len Norman said: "We are happy to support this initiative to provide safer routes to school for students and increase the use of more active travelling modes on quiet parish roads.  It had been my intention to call a Parish Assembly last month to endorse the decision, but because of the current restrictions this was sadly not possible."

A copy of the full scheme appraisal presented to the Parish of St Clément is available for download below. 

Minister for Infrastructure, Deputy Kevin Lewis, said: "This closure is an excellent example of how a simple road closure can have a positive effect on residents, cyclists and pedestrians. The closure of Rue de Maupertuis will allow more students to stay active by walking and cycling to school and – most importantly – do so in safety."


 Appraisal Analysis Note v3 FINAL Issued.pdf


All Appendices Maupertuis FINAL 200401 (002).pdf


Maupertuis Poster FINAL (002).pdf


  
11/05/2020ARE HERE TO HELP

​St Clément's Community Team & Honorary Police are working together to ensure we are here for our Parishioners during the COVID-19 situation.

If you require support, please contact the Parish Hall on 854724 during office hours, 07797 711 392 out of hours, or email stclement@posc.gov.je and we will do our utmost to assist you.

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229St Clement Twinning Commitee
28/05/2020CANCELLED - Annual General Meeting
5Visite du Branchage
10/07/2020Visite du Branchage
11Visite du Branchage
04/09/20202nd Visite du Branchage