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75St Clement's Battle of Flowers Association
25/01/2020

​Saturday 25 January

2.30pm

 at the Parish Hall

If you are interested in getting involved with the 2020 exhibit contact us today!

E: grahamgibs@aol.com

07827 273 236

Annual General Meeting
228St Clement Twinning Committe
01/02/2020

​At the Parish Hall. Doors open at 6.15pm. Bingo starts at 7.00pm.

Bean Crock or Vegetable Soup available to purchase from 6.15pm.

Raffle, everyone welcome, a fun evening for all.

Bingo Evening
195World Wetlands Day
02/02/2020

 

 

Le Hocq Tower Interpretation Centre, St Clement

 

 To be Open on Sunday 2nd February 2020: 1000hrs – 1600 hrs

 

To celebrate World Wetlands Day. Le Hocq Tower will be open, with Host /Guide members of the Jersey Tourist Guides Association (JTGA) in attendance to explain to visitors the history of the Tower, which sits in a central position of the SE Coast Ramsar site.

 

Three levels of the Tower are accessible to visitors and two of these, the entry and first floor levels, contain Jersey Heritage designed pull-up banners,  explaining the history of the Tower, Conway Towers in general, The adjacent Ramsar site – the intertidal area within which the Tower sits – together with the geology and ornithology of the area. The basement contains the munitions store with brick-vaulted ceiling – now illuminated.

 

The JTGA Host/Guides look forward to welcoming you to this, the first Le Hocq Tower opening of 2020.

 

Captain Brian Nibbs (JTGA Committee Member)

Project Co-ordinator.  Email: bjsnibbsjsy@gmail.com Mobile: 07797 717604

 

Notes:

  1. During 2019, in the region of 1,800 persons visited the Tower and almost £1,000 was raised to support the work of Jersey Heritage. The Tower is owned by the Parish of St Clement and leased to Jersey Heritage.

 

  1. Le Hocq Tower was one of a chain of towers constructed to defend the Island following a proposal by Sir Henry Seymour Conway, who was appointed Governor of Jersey in 1772. Approval and funding were obtained from King George III in July 1778. In total, 23 Conway Towers were built in Jersey between 1778 and 1801.

 

  1. World Wetlands Day is celebrated on February 2nd as it marks the date of the signing of the Convention (or Treaty) called the Ramsar Convention on 2nd February 1971, in the Iranian city of Ramsar on the shores of the Caspian Sea.
Le Hocq Tower Open
230St Clement Twinning Commitee
15/02/2020

Join us for an enjoyable evening at the Parish Hall at 7.00pm

Teams of 6 (Max)

£5.00 per person

Cash Prizes

Raffle

Refreshments

Wake up those little grey cells!

Quiz Evening
227St Clements Community Support Team
20/02/2020

​St Clements Community Support Team welcomes Parishioners to a Coffee Morning at the Parish Hall

St Clements Parish Hall 10 am - 12 noon
13St Clément's Community Support Team
26/03/2020

​Our Community Support Team cordially invite you to an Afternoon Tea & Bingo event at the Parish Hall from 2pm to 4.30pm. Tickets are £5 per person available from the Parish Hall on 854724. There will be a raffle during the course of the afternoon.

For tickets, please apply to Julie at the Parish Hall on 854724

Afternoon Tea & Bingo
229St Clement Twinning Commitee
28/05/2020

​At the Parish Hall at 7.00pm

SAVE THE DATE

Annual General Meeting
  
  
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75St Clement's Battle of Flowers Association
25/01/2020

​Saturday 25 January

2.30pm

 at the Parish Hall

If you are interested in getting involved with the 2020 exhibit contact us today!

E: grahamgibs@aol.com

07827 273 236

Annual General Meeting
228St Clement Twinning Committe
01/02/2020

​At the Parish Hall. Doors open at 6.15pm. Bingo starts at 7.00pm.

Bean Crock or Vegetable Soup available to purchase from 6.15pm.

Raffle, everyone welcome, a fun evening for all.

Bingo Evening
195World Wetlands Day
02/02/2020

 

 

Le Hocq Tower Interpretation Centre, St Clement

 

 To be Open on Sunday 2nd February 2020: 1000hrs – 1600 hrs

 

To celebrate World Wetlands Day. Le Hocq Tower will be open, with Host /Guide members of the Jersey Tourist Guides Association (JTGA) in attendance to explain to visitors the history of the Tower, which sits in a central position of the SE Coast Ramsar site.

 

Three levels of the Tower are accessible to visitors and two of these, the entry and first floor levels, contain Jersey Heritage designed pull-up banners,  explaining the history of the Tower, Conway Towers in general, The adjacent Ramsar site – the intertidal area within which the Tower sits – together with the geology and ornithology of the area. The basement contains the munitions store with brick-vaulted ceiling – now illuminated.

 

The JTGA Host/Guides look forward to welcoming you to this, the first Le Hocq Tower opening of 2020.

 

Captain Brian Nibbs (JTGA Committee Member)

Project Co-ordinator.  Email: bjsnibbsjsy@gmail.com Mobile: 07797 717604

 

Notes:

  1. During 2019, in the region of 1,800 persons visited the Tower and almost £1,000 was raised to support the work of Jersey Heritage. The Tower is owned by the Parish of St Clement and leased to Jersey Heritage.

 

  1. Le Hocq Tower was one of a chain of towers constructed to defend the Island following a proposal by Sir Henry Seymour Conway, who was appointed Governor of Jersey in 1772. Approval and funding were obtained from King George III in July 1778. In total, 23 Conway Towers were built in Jersey between 1778 and 1801.

 

  1. World Wetlands Day is celebrated on February 2nd as it marks the date of the signing of the Convention (or Treaty) called the Ramsar Convention on 2nd February 1971, in the Iranian city of Ramsar on the shores of the Caspian Sea.
Le Hocq Tower Open
230St Clement Twinning Commitee
15/02/2020

Join us for an enjoyable evening at the Parish Hall at 7.00pm

Teams of 6 (Max)

£5.00 per person

Cash Prizes

Raffle

Refreshments

Wake up those little grey cells!

Quiz Evening
227St Clements Community Support Team
20/02/2020

​St Clements Community Support Team welcomes Parishioners to a Coffee Morning at the Parish Hall

St Clements Parish Hall 10 am - 12 noon
13St Clément's Community Support Team
26/03/2020

​Our Community Support Team cordially invite you to an Afternoon Tea & Bingo event at the Parish Hall from 2pm to 4.30pm. Tickets are £5 per person available from the Parish Hall on 854724. There will be a raffle during the course of the afternoon.

For tickets, please apply to Julie at the Parish Hall on 854724

Afternoon Tea & Bingo
229St Clement Twinning Commitee
28/05/2020

​At the Parish Hall at 7.00pm

SAVE THE DATE

Annual General Meeting