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24/09/2018Presentation to Michael Paddock

​In recognition of his many years of dedicated service to the Parish of St. Ouen as Constable's Officer, Vingtenier, Centenier and Connétable, Parishioners wishing to make a contribution towards a retirement gift for Michael Paddock are respectfully invited to send a donation to the Parish Hall office no later that Monday 8th October, 2018. Cheques should be payable to "Parish of St. Ouen".

A formal presentation will take place at a Vin d'Honneur at the Parish Hall on Wednesday 24th October, 2018 at 8.00p.m.

  
18/09/2018Consultation Meeting

​You are invited to a consultation at St. Ouen's Parish Hall on Thursday, 4th October 2018. Drop-in sessions are being held at the following times. 11am - 1pm & 4.30pm - 6.30pm. This is your opportunity to see what is being proposed and to let us have your thoughts on them.

  
17/09/2018Glass Collection

Y​ou may or not be aware of the island wide problem which has been highlighted in the social media recently.

Glass must not be thrown away with your general rubbish. It cannot be processed at the energy from Waste plant as it melts, cools, then sets and must be manually removed to prevent severe mechanical problems.

Glass must not be thrown away with your general rubbish.

Only clean glass bottles, glass jars and broken glass should be placed in your glass bin. Items must be rinsed, corks, caps, lids and plastic labels removed.

Plastic bags, Lightbulbs, Ceramics * (cups, mugs, plates, etc.), Electrical/Electrical goods*, Cardboard and General Rubbish must not be put in the glass bin. Items marked with and asterisk, should not be thrown away with your general rubbish and should be taken to the Household Reuse & Recycling Centre at La Collette.

Your glass bins will not be emptied if the above is not adhered to. Your glass bin will be tagged and a letter will be popped through your letter box.

Thank you in advance for your co-operation.

 

 

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24/09/2018Presentation to Michael Paddock

​In recognition of his many years of dedicated service to the Parish of St. Ouen as Constable's Officer, Vingtenier, Centenier and Connétable, Parishioners wishing to make a contribution towards a retirement gift for Michael Paddock are respectfully invited to send a donation to the Parish Hall office no later that Monday 8th October, 2018. Cheques should be payable to "Parish of St. Ouen".

A formal presentation will take place at a Vin d'Honneur at the Parish Hall on Wednesday 24th October, 2018 at 8.00p.m.

  
18/09/2018Consultation Meeting

​You are invited to a consultation at St. Ouen's Parish Hall on Thursday, 4th October 2018. Drop-in sessions are being held at the following times. 11am - 1pm & 4.30pm - 6.30pm. This is your opportunity to see what is being proposed and to let us have your thoughts on them.

  
17/09/2018Glass Collection

Y​ou may or not be aware of the island wide problem which has been highlighted in the social media recently.

Glass must not be thrown away with your general rubbish. It cannot be processed at the energy from Waste plant as it melts, cools, then sets and must be manually removed to prevent severe mechanical problems.

Glass must not be thrown away with your general rubbish.

Only clean glass bottles, glass jars and broken glass should be placed in your glass bin. Items must be rinsed, corks, caps, lids and plastic labels removed.

Plastic bags, Lightbulbs, Ceramics * (cups, mugs, plates, etc.), Electrical/Electrical goods*, Cardboard and General Rubbish must not be put in the glass bin. Items marked with and asterisk, should not be thrown away with your general rubbish and should be taken to the Household Reuse & Recycling Centre at La Collette.

Your glass bins will not be emptied if the above is not adhered to. Your glass bin will be tagged and a letter will be popped through your letter box.

Thank you in advance for your co-operation.

 

 

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