|31/01/2018||Download Dog Licence application form here|
Dog Licences renewed before 31st January 2017 - £5 each
Late applications - £10 each
Please bring your previous dog licence with you to save completing a new form!!!
2018 Dog Licence application form.pdf
|13/01/2018||Saturday 13th January 2018 - Jersey Bean Crock & Bingo Night hosted by Honest Nev at Trinity Parish Hall|
Doors open at 6.30 pm with Bingo startingt at 7.00 pm
Entry £8.00 which includes supper
Children under 10 £5.00
ALL ARE WELCOME
|02/01/2018||Christmas Opening Times|
The Parish Hall will close for business on Friday 22nd December 2017 at 12.30 pm and reopen on Tuesday 2nd January 2018 at 9.00 am.
For any emergencies please contact the Duty Centenier on 07797 712460.
Refuse/recycling/commercial collections will be as follows:
Monday 25th collected Saturday 23rd December
Tuesday 26th collected Sunday 24th December
Tuesday 26th commercial glass collected Sunday 24th December
Thursday 28th December recycling collected as normal
Friday 29th recycling collected as normal
Friday 29th December commercial refuse collected as normal
Monday 1st January refuse collected Saturday 30th December
|07/12/2017||An Assembly will be held in the Parish Hall at 7.30 pm|
|17/11/2017||MURDER AT THE PANTO|
Trinity's Independent Theatrical Society (aka Trinity Battle of Flowers Association) presents a preview evening of their pantomine - Snow White & the Seven Dwarfs
Starting at 8.00 pm and the doors will be locked until the murderer is found!!!
Tickets are £10 each which will include a light supper and are available from Trinity Parish Hall or Anita Allchin on 07797 717452
Please come along and play detective and don't forget to watch your back!!!
Please bring your own drinks
|02/11/2017||Nomination Meeting for new Centenier|
You must have registerd by midday on Wednesday 1st November 2017 to vote in this election.
An Assembly of the Principals and Electors of the Parish of Trinity will be held in the Parish Hall on Thursday 2nd November at 7.30pm for the following business:
Pursuant to an Act of the Royal Court dated 13th October 2017 whereby under Article 19 of the Public Elections (Jersey) Law 2002 it is ordered that an election for the office of Centenier be held.
To elect one Centenier, the term of office of Norman Edward Le Maistre due to expire.
Trinity Parish Hall - Quiz starts 7.30 pm
Tickets £8.00 each available on the door and will include a soup and French bread supper served in the interval
Please note - maximum of 8 in a team
Extra 10 points for the best team memer in halloween fancy dress
|25/10/2017||Any outstanding rates received after 12.30 pm on WEDNESDAY 25th OCTOBER 2017 will have the 10% surcharged to them.|
|21/10/2017||Coffee Morning with various stalls|
Trinity Parish Hall 10.00 am - 12.00 noon
Come and try your hand at bowling at Trinity Youth Centre
1.00 - 5.00 pm
Everyone welcome - refreshments served
|08/09/2017||Second Branchage Visit for 2017|
All occupiers of property in the Parish are obliged by law to trim any vegatation growing on their property that encroahces over the road or footpath so that it no longer encraoches. A mimimum clearance of 12 feet above all public roads and 8 feet above public footpaths and pavements is required.
The law requires that all cuttings must be removed.
If occupiers have not complied, they are liable to an administrative penalty and will be instucted to undertake the work. If the work is still not carried out, the Parish Authorities may arrange for it to be done by a contractor at the occupier's expense.
|02/08/2017||The Parish Office will be closed on Wednesday 2nd August 2017|
The Royal Court will be arriving at the Parish Hall at 10.30 am to inspect the Parish - ALL WELCOME
|13/07/2017||Main Assembly of the year to set the Parish Rate for 2017 - 7.30 pm in the Parish Hall|
|07/07/2017||First Branchage Visit for 2017|
All occupiers of property in the Parish are obliged by law to trim any vegetation growing on their property that encroaches over the road or footpath so that it no longer encroaches. A mimimum clearance of 12 feet above all public roads and 8 feet above public footpaths and pavements is required.
The law requires that all cuttings must be removed.
If occupiers have not complied, they are liable to an administrative penalty and will be instructed to undertake the work. If the work is still not carried out, the Parish Authorities may arrange for it to be done by a contractor at the occupier's expense.
|04/06/2017||An Afternoon Vintage Lorry Ride with Afternoon Tea Fundraiser|
Sunday 4th June 2017 - CANCELLED
Departing from Trinity Parish Hall at 2.00 pm
Tickets £10 per adult and £6 for children under 10
Pre-booking essential by e-mailing Anita Allchin on firstname.lastname@example.org
Streamers and sweets will be supplied - all welcome
|02/06/2017||Jerriais Recording Project|
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,
|11/05/2017||To be held at the Parish Hall at 7.30 pm|
An Assembly of the Principals and Electors of the Parish of Trinity will be held in the Parish Hall on Thursday 11th May 2017 at 7.30 pm to:
1. Pass the Accounts of the Churchwardens for the Financial Year 2016 – 2017.
2. Elect the Officers of the Church for 2017 – 2018.
3. Name a Committee to examine the Churchwardens Accounts for the Financial Year 2017 – 2018.
4. To consider the acquisition of an additional set of altar frontals and associated textiles and, if approved, authorise the Rector and Churchwardens to seek a Faculty.
5. To note draft plans, subject to permissions, for a Petanque Terrain and associated landscaping on the Glebe Field.
|05/05/2017||Murder Mystery at the Vin d'Honneur|
Parish Hall doors open for fizz and canapes at 8.00 pm sharp and will be locked until the murderer is found!!
Tickets £10 each from Trinity Parish Hall and there will be a cash bar for wine, beer and soft drinks
|30/04/2017||Closure of Parish Hall. The Committee Rooms will still be available for rental. The General Office will be open as normal.|
The Parish Hall will be closed for approximately 3 months whilst refurbishment takes place.
Please contact the Youth Centre on 858008 or Ebenezer Church on 852954 for alternative hall hire bookings.
|30/04/2017||MISS TRINITY COMPETITION|
To be held at Trinity Parish Hall on Sunday 30th April 2017 at 2.00 pm
Join us for afternoon tea and see Miss Trinity crowned
Entrants must be 16 years old or over and reside in the Parish
Entry £5.00 per person to icnlude afternoon tea - available at the door
For further information and an entry form pelase contact Anita Allchin at email@example.com or tel 725998
|13/04/2017||Senior Citizens Lunch|
This year's Senior Citizens Lunch will be held at the Red Rose Restaurant on Thursday 13th April - 12.00 for 12.30pm.
Please apply for tickets at the Parish Hall on 865345.
Commencing at 7.30 pm at the Parish Hall. Members and non-memers are all welcome - bring your friends and make up a team. Interesting quiz with a local twist.
Snacks provided - bring your own liquid refreshments.
Tickets - £5.00 per person available from Trinity Parish Hall - 865345.
It appears that the Parish has survived another Jersey Live Music Festival relatively unscathed.
I must again pay tribute to the sterling efforts of our Honorary Police. The Trinity team put in an enormous amount of time and effort not only over the weekend but in the planning and organisation that is required to run the event. Thanks also for the support provided by officers from many of the other Parishes who turn out year after year to help - we couldn't do without them. Once again the main focus of complaints have centered around the small minority of festivalgoers who do not respect other people's property which is completely unacceptable.
Philip Le Sueur
|09/09/2016||Visites du Branchage|
All persons who occupy houses, lands and other properties, alongside the public roads in the Parish are notified, in accordance with the requirements of the Loi (1914) sur la Voirie, that the Visites du Branchage for 2016 will take place on FRIDAY 1st JULY and FRIDAY 9th SEPTEMBER.
All such persons must:
(a) cut the overhanging branches growing from their properties along those public roads in such a way that there is a height of 12 feet free beneath the branches over the entire width of those roads (including their 'reliefs') and a height of 8 feet free over the footpaths; and
(b) remove the branches that have been cut off as well as brambles, weeds and all other obstructions and deleterious matter that encroach on the public road or footpath.
Persons who do not comply with these requirements shall be liable to an administrative penalty not exceeding £100 for each infringement.
|04/09/2016||Madness will be featuring at Jersey Live|
Jersey Live will be held on Saturday 3rd and Sunday 4th September at the Royal Jersey Showground, Trinity.
|15/08/2016||Trinity's Float |
|12/08/2016||Poultry in Motion|
The main Trinity float is 'Poultry in Motion', designed by Richard Henwood. It features a large fox leaning on a chicken shed and a giant hen with chicks. The junior wildflower float is 'Going Cheep' and features a mother hen followed by a brood of chicks each harestailed and personalised by a junior. Help is now needed with harestailing and then flowering during Battle Week. Everyone is very welcome to come down to the shed at Bouley Bay Hill. We are currently meeting there on Wednesdays from 4.00 - 5.30 pm and 7.00 - 9.00 pm and on Saturday mornings. Even if you can only spare a few hours, please do come and help. There's a lovely commu7nity feeling and great atmosphere. The Battle Parade is on Thursday 11th August. The Moonlight Parade is on friday 12th August.
Call Collette on 07797 720615 for info or see the Trinity Battle of Flowers Facebook Page.
|31/07/2016||Share your opinion on how you think Jersey is doing now and how you think we should be doing by 2036.|
ADD YOUR VOICE TO THE FUTURE OF JERSEY
How do you think Jersey is doing as a place to live, work and bring up children? We all have an opinion on what is good about our Island and what could be better. Now is the time to share that opinion. We want to gather your views; not only on how you think Jersey is doing now, but also on how you think we should be doing by 2036.
A community consultation has recently been launched to ask people to help shape a shared, long-term vision for Jersey. Setting a long term vision is a new approach to thinking about and planning for Jersey's future. The vision will describe what Jersey, as a community, believes it can achieve across a range of major outcomes – things which matter to residents' quality of life such as getting good jobs; living longer, healthier lives; and feeling safe.
The choices we make now will affect all of us. This is your opportunity to get involved. We need as many ideas and contributions as possible so that the final plan represents a common Jersey vision.
To find out more and complete the survey go to www.shapingourfuture.gov.je
The survey closes on Sunday 31st July 2016.
|21/07/2016||Main Assembly to set the Parish Rate for 2016|
AN ASSEMBLY of the PRINCIPALS and ELECTORS of the Parish of Trinity will be held in the Parish Hall on Thursday 21st July 2016 at 7.30 pm for the following business:-
1. To receive and if deemed advisable, adopt the Minutes of the Parish Assembly held on 16th July 2015.
2. To receive the Accounts of the Connétable for the Financial Year 2015 – 2016, the said Accounts having been previously verified and approved by the Committee named for that purpose, assisted by a professional accountant.
3. To vote a sum of money towards the upkeep of the Parish by-roads for the current year.
4. To vote a sum of money towards various Charities.
5. To approve a rate that will produce for the Parish, income that is at least sufficient for the presumed requirements for the current year.
6. To appoint an Accountant to audit the Connétable's Accounts for the Financial Year 2016 - 2017.
7. To elect a Committee to examine the Connétable's Accounts for the year 2016 – 2017.
15th July 2016 Philip Le Sueur
Parish Hall Connétable
Copies of the above Accounts will be available at the Parish Hall from Monday 18th to Thursday 21st July between the hours of 9.00 am and 12.30 pm and will also be available at the meeting.
|11/06/2016||Afternoon Tea Party & Parish Family Fun Day|
On Saturday 11th June, the Connétable will be hosting an afternoon tea party for our Senior Citizens to celebrate our Queen's Official 90th birthday.
It will be held in the Parish Hall, starting at 2.00 pm, with entertainment by the Hot Bananas.
Admission will be free by ticket only which will be available from the Parish Hall.
On Sunday 12th June, there will be a Family Fun Day on the Glebe Field from 12 noon to 4.00 pm.
Bring along a picnic and enjoy the celebrations - there will be bouncy castles, face painting, horse and carriage rides, coconut shy, bug safari, swing boats plus many more family games and attractions.
|01/06/2016||Please see 'Consultations' tab above for a copy of the report on the consultation on littering and dog fouling and a statement from the Comité des Connétables|
|05/04/2016||The Department of the Environment is carrying out a survey of Jersey's pheasants to find out more about the birds and understand their impact on local agriculture and wildlife.|
|01/04/2016||Spring in Trinity|
|01/04/2016||Tickets now available from the Parish Hall|
3 course supper (including wine) 7.30 pm
Tickets £12.50 each - all proceeds to The Red Cross
|03/02/2016||Late licences should be renewed now|
Dog Licences are now overdue and should be renewed as soon as possible.
£10 per dog.
Forms available on the Parish Webiste.
|02/02/2016||Rates Forms Reminder|
All rate forms should have been returned to the Parish Hall by now. If you have not done so plese return them immediately.
|01/02/2016||Snowdrops in Rue du Mont Pellier, Trinity|
|21/10/2015||The Comité des Connétables wants your views on Litter, including dog fouling, the current penalties and enforcement options available and alternative options which might be considered. |
Copies of the questionnaire are available from the Parish Hall or any other Parish/Public Hall or from the attached link http://www.parish.gov.je/Pages/Consultations.aspx.
They should be completed and returned by 31st December 2015 to:
Comité des Connétables, East Wing, RJA&HS, Route de la Trinité, Trinity, JE3 5JP