|25/08/2020||Reminder for St Peters Parish Rates|
2020 Rate Demands
Rate Demands for 2020 have now been sent to all St Peter ratepayers.
Any ratepayer who has not received a rate demand should contact the Connétable immediately. By virtue of this Notice each ratepayer shall be taken to have received a demand for payment of rate and it shall not be an excuse for non-payment that it was not received.
The Rate is payable on demand. A surcharge of 10% will be added to all amounts not paid within 3 months of the date of the bill. Payment must be received by Friday 30 October to avoid a surcharge.
|10/07/2020||Applicants from those over 60 may apply|
Maison Le Marquand
There is a vacancy becoming available at Maison Le Marquand, for a first floor bedsit. Applicants must be 60 and over. All applicants must be residentially qualified and able to live independently as no nursing care is provided. The rent (subject to annual reviews) is inclusive of heat and water and parking.
No caretakers are in attendance. Preference will be given to applicants with connections to the Parish of St. Peter, but all applications are welcome.
Application forms are available from the Parish Hall during office hours and must be completed and returned by Friday 24 July 2020, addressed to the Connẻtable, c/o Parish Hall, Rue des Fosses, St. Peter JE3 7AH.
|16/06/2020||St Peters Youth & Community Centre|
St Peter's Youth & Community Centre Management Committee are looking for a new Secretary & Treasurer.
The committee meet bi monthly and provide leaderships and management of the centre.
The Centre has a great team of staff that do the day to day delivery, with the committee supporting by providing good governance.
Any one interested in becoming a member of the committee please contact the Parish Hall and details will be forwarded to Mark Capern the current chairperson
|06/05/2020||Invitiation to Tender-Parishes IT Strategy|
Companies/persons who wish to Tender for the Parishes IT Strategy and who are able to demonstrate relevant IT experience are invited to contact email@example.com for further details and a copy of the Tender document.
The closing date for submission of tenders is 5pm Friday 5 June 2020.
I thought it important to write to all Parishioners to reassure
you that both myself and the Parish Hall staff are here to
support you all during the Coronavirus outbreak, and to
assist with the challenges that may arise.
The Parish Hall will continue to operate but I would ask Parishioners to contact us by telephone or eMail, rather than visiting in person, in order to limit the potential to spread the virus. The office doors will remain closed from Monday 23rd March 2020 for the foreseeable future.
We have a group of volunteers who will assist with shopping, collection of prescriptions, a call to an elderly friend or relative, and other tasks. If you are unable to leave your home and do not have family or friends who can assist please contact us.
Always follow the latest Coronavirus advice from the Government of Jersey which will be released via the media. Alternatively you can obtain the latest advice on-line at gov.je/coronavirus
▶ If you are told you should self-isolate please do so, both for your protection and that of others, and also apply social distancing at all times.
▶ The Parish are available to provide general advice and, more importantly for those of
you who need assistance, they will take your details and arrange for one of our volunteers to assist. Please Contact the Parish Hall on 01534 481236 between 9.00am and 4.00pm or by eMail at StPeter@posp.gov.je.
▶ After Hours there is an EMERGENCY MOBILE NUMBER 07797 787355 which will be held by one of our volunteers every day until 8.00pm including weekends.
▶ Medical queries should not be directed to the Parish Hall or Emergency Mobile number, please call the CENTRAL GOVERNMENT CORONAVIRUS HELPLINE
ON 01534 445566.
▶ If you are living alone and would like someone to contact you from time to time, our volunteers will be happy to do this. Simply contact the Parish Hall and provide
It is with some regret that we have had to cancel all our Liberation 75 Celebrations.
I know many of you were looking forward to these events and I thank the team that had already undertaken considerable work towards the celebrations.
We will have to make next year even more special and, if later in the year and the Coronavirus outbreak is no longer a threat, perhaps we should consider a parish celebration when we are able to return to normality.
▶ Parish Assemblies will only be held in an Emergency or for the election of new officers.
Only attend if you are required to do so.
▶ In line with the policy of the Church of England issued a few days ago, sadly there will not be any public services in Church for the foreseeable future.
▶ The Parish Church of St Peter will be OPEN EVERY DAY FROM 10.00AM — 4.00PM for private prayer, meditation and reflection during this difficult and distressing period.
Father Michael’s telephone is 481805, eMail: firstname.lastname@example.org web site: www.stpeterschurch.org.je
▶ If you come to church at any time PLEASE, STRAIGHT AWAY, USE THE HAND GEL OR THE WIPES PROVIDED AND, IF THE LATTER, DROP THEM IN THE NEARBY BIN.
▶ Also, VERY IMPORTANTLY, SIT OR WALK AT LEAST TWO YARDS AWAY FROM ANYONE ELSE to prevent the spread of the virus.
▶ All meetings of the Senior Citizens clubs are postponed until further notice.
▶ St. Peters Youth Club will be closed until further notice.
Please follow the @jerseyyouthservice Facebook and Instagram pages for current updates, information and guidance.
▶ The Parish Pre-School has closed.
▶ The Tea Room at the Community Centre will remain open on a Take Away basis from 9.00am to 2.30pm. Please phone in you orders on Tel No 483011 and select Option 2.
You may continue to use the outside seating area but please exercise Social Distancing at all times.
▶ Refuse Collections will continue on the normal day, but collections are likely to take place earlier. PLEASE PUT OUT YOUR BINS AS EARLY AS POSSIBLE.
Finally, if you are able to able to volunteer to assist the Parish, in any way, during this time
please contact the Parish Hall who will pleased to take your details.
Constable of St Peter
|24/03/2020||To help us all through these difficult times|
|13/02/2020||RATES (JERSEY) LAW 2005 ANNUAL RETURNS – NOTICE TO OWNERS of land, houses, buildings and other structures|
Each owner of land in the Parish has been served with a notice to make a Return of all land, houses, buildings and other structures owned at 1 January 2020.
Any owner who has not received a notice and Return should contact the Connétable immediately.
By virtue of this Notice each owner shall be taken to have been served with a notice and it shall not be an excuse for non-compliance for an owner to show that a notice was not served on him.
Any person who has failed without reasonable cause to make a Return by 29 January 2020 is guilty of an offence and liable to a fine not exceeding £1,000. A person charged with this offence may be dealt with at a Parish Hall Enquiry and may accept a fine not exceeding £200.
Transfer of land: where ownership of land is transferred, written notice of the transfer of land must be given by both the former owner and the new owner to the Connétable within seven days of the date of transfer. A person who fails to do this without reasonable cause is guilty of an offence and liable to a fine not exceeding £10,000.
Change of name or address of owner or occupier: where an owner or occupier of property on 1 January 2020 changes his/her name and/or address the person must give notice to the Connétable within seven days of that change. A person who fails to do this without reasonable cause is guilty of an offence and liable to a fine not exceeding £1,000.
|19/09/2019||To All Parish land owners|
A Parish Plan Committee has been formed to provide input into the Island Plan Review on behalf of the parish.
The Committee is endeavouring to identify sites that may be suitable to build affordable housing. Some sites have already been brought to the attention of the committee. Any parishioners who would be willing to have land they own re-zoned for affordable housing are requested to get in touch.
For land to be considered as part of this process please respond by Friday 27 September 2019. The committee may not be able to take forward sites identified after this date.
In the first instance please provide in writing the name and location of the land together with any other relevant information as soon as possible to Connẻtable R P Vibert, St Peters Parish Hall, Rue des Fosses, St Peter JE3 7AH.
R P Vibert Connẻtable
W Dempsey Chairman Parish Plan Committee
|07/12/2018||You can now renew your licence online|
|14/02/2018||90 minute talk available|
Are you interested in understanding AED machines ? If so, St Johns Ambulance would like to offer a 90 minute session to members of the public so you can gain the understanding of these machines- please contact St Peters Parish Hall to state your interest so that going foward a session can be booked in at the parish hall. The office is contactable on 481236.
|24/02/2017||St Peters Parish Hall are looking for volunteers to establish a "Parish in Bloom " Team. If you are interested please contact the Parish Hall on 481236.|
|24/02/2017||If you speak Jerriais, then please come forward|
Jèrriais recording project
Hopefully many of our Jèrriais-speaking parishioners will be reading this! Some of you will be aware of the recent news that Dr. Mari Jones from Cambridge University, who is Reader in French Linguistics and Language Change (to give her formal title) is leading a project to record Jèrriais this spring/summer onwards. She has been a longstanding friend to Jersey with her great interest in Jèrriais, our native language, now only spoken by less than 5% of Jersey's population. Such has been her interest that she has learnt to speak Jèrriais, really quite fluently!
Starting in April, a team of recorders who themselves speak Jèrriais, want to hear from as many Jèrriais speakers as possible in order to record accent and vocabulary. There are words and phrases used in some parishes which are not used in other parishes! This may not sound very important, but if not recorded by native speakers, they are lost to the printed word only, nowhere nearly as valuable as the spoken word!
So, if you would be willing to have your Jèrriais recorded – it can be speaking to a friend who also speaks Jèrriais or just yourself – please contact Colin Ireson at L'Office du Jèrriais on 449290 or home 726871 to register your interest. Recording can last 10 minutes or half an hour, it's up to you!
Mèrcie bein des fais,
|25/04/2016||Public Meeting for First Time Buyers|
Please see the Minutes of Meetings page on the left side column of this website for full minutes of the Public meeting on 22/03/16
|25/06/2015||Next step for St Peters First Time Buyers Scheme|
To all applicants that are interested in St Peters First Time Buyer Homes Affordable in Perpetuity Project, if you are stilll interested in being considered for one of these properties, please log onto the www.gov.je website and look up the rentingbuying/applicationallocation link to complete the Affordable Housing Gateway application. Please return this to the Parish hall with all the necessary documents as stated on page 3 of this form