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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.

 

CORONAVIRUS UPDATE: Following government advice, the office will remain closed for the duration of the current outbreak. We are, however, monitoring emails, post and calls and would advise anyone wanting to make contact to do so via email at [email protected] or by writing to The Constables’ Office, Maraitaine Road, Vale, Guernsey, GY3 5QE.

For more urgent matters, the Constables or individual Douzeniers can be contacted. Their details are here.

From the Constables - Latest Updates

Four States committees supportive of Leales' Yard development

Sat 28 Mar 2020

Four major States committees have expressed enthusiasm for Leale's Yard being redeveloped and the Bridge area being regenerated, the Guernsey Press has reported.

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Vale Douzenier helps supply NHS with essential equipment during virus crisis

Fri 27 Mar 2020

A Vale Douzenier is playing a key part in fighting the coronavirus outbreak by helping to provide essential medical products for the worldwide emergency.

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Last chance to make Leale's Yard regeneration representations

Thu 26 Mar 2020

Parishioners are reminded that tomorrow is the last day for making comments on the Leale's Yard draft development brief.

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Financial support for Vale businesses and self employed announced

Tue 24 Mar 2020

Financial support from the States is available for Vale businesses and self employed individuals affected by the coronavirus outbreak. This follows the setting up of a Guernsey Payroll Co-Sharing Scheme and a grant scheme for small traders, which were announced today.

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Parish meeting: an update

Mon 23 Mar 2020

As the coronavirus crisis develops it is clear that the parish meeting scheduled for 1 April cannot now go ahead, which potentially creates problems because ratepayers need to approve the parochial budget and fund raising for 2020.

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