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

Initial response suggests Better Transport Plan is 'too little, too late'

Fri 24 May 2024

Plans from the States Environment and Infrastructure Committee to help traffic flows in the north of the island ahead of up to 1,000 new homes being built in the area appear to have received a cool reception from parishioners.

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Out-of-Town help to complete tax returns offered at the Vale Douzaine

Thu 23 May 2024

A special help session to assist older islanders and those with mobility issues to fill in their tax returns is being held at the Vale Douzaine Room next week. Attendance is free and Revenue Service staff will be on hand to advise on a number of issues.

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Better Transport Plan for the North unveiled – how to have your say

Tue 21 May 2024

With up to 1,000 new homes being planned for the north of the island, a Better Transport Plan has been launched today to try to improve road use and ease congestion – and Vale parishioners have been asked to express their views on it.

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Bridge initiative launched to give youngsters a safe space

Tue 14 May 2024

A community initiative has been launched to give youngsters a safe space to use on the Bridge. It has come from Bernie Coutu and the Bridge Neighbourhood Watch team, supported by the Vale Douzaine.

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Parishioners' views on deputies' pay are invited

Mon 13 May 2024

Vale parishioners are being invited to make their views known on how much States deputies should be paid ahead of the general election next summer. Members have just received a 7% increase, based on the rise in island median earnings, which takes their pay up to £46,000 to £81,000 depending on responsibility levels.

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