Welcome to Vale Parish

This is the official website for Guernsey's Vale Parish. Here you will find essential information about the district and regularly updated news and material to help you make the most of living in the beautiful and ancient Paroisse du Valle, which is administered by the Vale Douzaine.



The Constables’ Office is located at Maraitaine Road, Vale, Guernsey,
GY3 5QE.

Telephone: 01481 244155

Its opening normal hours are: Monday - Friday 10.00 - 13.00

Email: [email protected]


Mr. R.A. Leale  245005

Mr. W.H. Cohu 245569


From the Constables - Latest Updates

Abandoned Vale Castle truck won't be moved by parish

Fri 05 Aug 2022

A truck that has been abandoned at the Vale Castle car park for weeks and is now full of potentially toxic rubbish won't be moved at parish expense, Senior Constable Richard Leale has said.

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New Chouet headland quarry plans published – comments invited

Tue 02 Aug 2022

Details of a planning application that could enable the extraction of up to 4.1 million tonnes of stone from Chouet headland in three phases have been published and Vale parishioners have until August 17 to make representations to the planning service about the proposal.

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Fontenelle erosion solution 'before winter storms'

Fri 22 Jul 2022

A problem of coastal erosion at La Fontenelle Bay near Beaucette is likely to be resolved before the winter storms come and make the situation worse, the Environment Committee has said in response to representations from the parish and Vale Commons Council, which is responsible for the area.

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Moving Vale Castle truck 'will cost ratepayers'

Thu 21 Jul 2022

Disposing of a truck that appears to have been abandoned at the car park opposite the Vale Castle could leave the Vale Douzaine – and parish ratepayers – facing a bill of around £1,000, Senior Constable Richard Leale has revealed. The cost has been significantly increased because the small lorry has been filled with rubbish.

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Keep your dog on a lead, Commons users told

Mon 18 Jul 2022

Dog owners using L'Ancresse Common have been warned that they need to keep their animals on a lead at all times and under close supervision. This reminder follows what has been described as a spate of attacks and aggressive behaviour from pets.

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