Wed 09 Nov 2022
A formal invitation has been extended to all Vale parishioners to attend this Sunday's annual Remembrance Service in memory of those who fell in the two World Wars.
Fri 28 Oct 2022
Two contested elections will be held for parochial positions at next week's Vale parish meeting, it has been confirmed today.
Wed 26 Oct 2022
Parishioners who have been slow to pay this year's rates bill have responded well to appeals to do so or contact the Constables' Office if they are experiencing difficulties – but some accounts are still outstanding.
Tue 18 Oct 2022
A planning application to establish a new quarry at the Vale's Chouet headland was finally granted permission yesterday with conditions following an Open Planning Meeting.
Fri 14 Oct 2022
Official notices have now been published inviting parishioners to submit nominations for a number of parochial roles, an annual event under the island's 1948 Reform Laws.
Thu 13 Oct 2022
Deputies on the Development and Planning Authority will have the final say on whether Chouet headland can be used as a site for the island's newest granite quarry, it has been confirmed. Separately, the DPA is holding a drop-in event this Saturday, to which Vale parishioners are invited to address members on planning issues generally.
Sun 09 Oct 2022
Vale parishioners are being asked for their views on new outdoor eating and drinking areas in the north of the island around the Bridge area. The consultation has been launched by Environment & Infrastructure as part of a process designed to make it easier for eateries and establishments to get permission for al fresco dining.
Fri 07 Oct 2022
Dog owners who take their animals on the island's bays are being asked to keep an eye on them although the summer "beach ban" has come to an end for the year.
Thu 06 Oct 2022
Parishioners with hedges and/or streams on their property are reminded that the legal deadline for cutting them back and cleaning douits has expired and inspections are now underway.
Thu 06 Oct 2022
Most parishioners have now paid their rates with just a few outstanding, the office has reported. The previous backlog of 33 is now down to 22, with four of those part-paid.