Sun 05 Apr 2020
Islanders have been asked to stop using clothing and shoe bring-banks during the coronavirus crisis because they are not being emptied and are overflowing.
Wed 01 Apr 2020
Two developments with a potential impact on the Vale have been highlighted by Senior Constable Richard Leale. The first is a request to close a road off the Bridge and the second is an appeal that has been lodged against a Planning decision to refuse building at the so-called 'Triangle Field' opposite Alliance.
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.
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.
Thu 26 Mar 2020
Parishioners are reminded that tomorrow is the last day for making comments on the Leale's Yard draft development brief.
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.
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.
Sun 22 Mar 2020
A number of people have been asking what help there is available during the current virus crisis, especially for people self-isolating and so struggling to get basics or perhaps even just walk the dog.
Sat 21 Mar 2020
Employment and Social Security is encouraging any Vale parishioner to get in touch if they need financial support as a result of the far reaching impacts of COVID-19.
Fri 20 Mar 2020
Guernsey's developing response to the outbreak of Coronavirus may have an effect on the forthcoming Vale parish meeting, currently scheduled for 1 April at 7.30pm. Senior Constable Richard Leale has advised that it is currently going ahead but in the main douzaine hall to enable appropriate self-distancing.