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. J.H. Niles 245906


From the Constables - Latest Updates

Statement issued on 2024 parish rates

Wed 10 Jul 2024

Following inquiries by the Guernsey Press and Star about the 2024 parish rates, the following statement was issued to the newspaper:

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Bordeaux swimmers don't have permission to park in road, says Douzaine

Tue 09 Jul 2024

Swimmers are being warned that they face fines of up to £65 if they park their cars on the painted "pavement" at Bordeaux while taking a dip. The advice follows police saying that some regular bathers have claimed the douzaine said they could park there.

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Wanted: colourful fabric to wave the flag for Liberation Day

Tue 02 Jul 2024

Vale parishioners are being asked to donate old fabric to a community project making bunting for the 80th anniversary of Liberation Day. The Liberation Community Bunting Project wants to capture the "make do and mend" spirit of World War Two by decorating St Peter Port in homemade bunting next year.

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Please think of others when cutting your hedge

Sat 22 Jun 2024

Parishioners have been asked to be good neighbours when cutting hedges and not make too much noise at unreasonable hours if using power tools and mechanical equipment. The request comes from the States Office of Environmental Health and Pollution Regulation following a number of complaints.

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Hedge and streams inspections to start soon, parishioners reminded

Sat 08 Jun 2024

Parishioners are being reminded that the summer inspection of hedges and streams will begin later this month as the deadline for cutting/cleaning is the 15th. Douzeniers will be out immediately after that day as there's no period of grace permitted by law.

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