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

Please keep play area dog-free, says Constable

Tue 24 May 2022

Users of the hugely popular play area at Les Amarreurs provided by the Vale Douzaine are being urged to ensure that it remains a dog-free zone.

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You're invited – to a special Jubilee Jamboree!

Sat 21 May 2022

A special invitation is being extended to the whole island by the Douzaines of the Vale and St Sampson's to attend a Jubilee Jamboree at L'Islet Common to celebrate the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee on Friday 3rd June. A full day's fun is promised with live music from local bands, food and drink stalls, children's entertainment, vehicle displays, and Guernsey’s longest street party with seating down La Route De L’Islet.

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Pesticide 'misuse' in Vale checked by Guernsey Water – advice issued

Tue 17 May 2022

Guernsey’s douits, streams, reservoirs and groundwater are at risk of pollution by small residues of pesticides some of which are not easily removed by water treatment processes, Guernsey Water is advising parishioners. Safe drinking water limits are set extremely low at 100 nanograms per litre, (0.1 parts per billion).

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Involve parishes again in road closures, says Constable

Thu 12 May 2022

Traffic delays and disruption caused by road closures have prompted the Constable of the Vale to repeat a call for the island's parochial authorities to be involved once again in the process.

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Youngster's proposals to improve Pembroke impress Douzaine

Tue 10 May 2022

Suggestions from a 13-year-old Vale resident about how Pembroke Bay could be made more enjoyable for people to use have been considered by the Vale Douzaine, which was "very impressed" by the ideas to improve the beach-going experience.

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