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10/05/2015Liberation Events a great success!

The Parish Liberation events held on Sunday 10 May 2015 were a great success.

 

Approximately 20 people took part in the Parish walk which took the Railway Walk from the Parish Hall to Corbiere and back, the Memorial Service at Noirmont War Memorial also received a large turnout.

 

The Main Event was the Parish Tea Party enjoyed by nearly 100 parishioners aged 70 or over in the beautifully decorated main hall at the Parish Hall.  A wonderful array of sandwiches and cakes were provided by hardworking volunteers and staff, there was also enjoyable entertainment in the form of "Winstan Churchill", Leila Begg and Collette Channing, along with a display or cars from the era.  Attendees were also given a copy of "An Occupation Diary" of Mrs G Luce de Pre transcribed by Tony Bellows, along with a copy of the Liberation Day programme from 9 May 1946.

  
01/05/2015Where is your garden waste going?

​With Branchage approaching in July and September you are reminded to be sure that you know where your garden waste is going.

The Loi (1914) Sur la Voirie (Branchage Law) not only requires all landowners to cut and remove any vegetation overhanging a road or pavement, but also the Policing of Roads (Jersey) Regulations 1959 prohibit the deposit of any refuse on a road - including garden waste.  The Waste Management (Jersey) Law prohibits the deposit of garden waste on any land unless otherwise exempt.

It is becoming increasingly more popular for gardeners and garden contractors to use leaf blowing machines, however we wish to remind you of the above as any waste blown from private premises onto a public road could be subject to a penalty under the above Laws and Regulations.

Please therefore make sure you clear up after your branchage and know where your gardener is taking your waste.  Garden waste should be taken to the Green Waste facility at La Collette.

  
20/04/2015Parish Liberation Events on 10 May 2015

​St Brelade are holding several events on Sunday 10 May 2015 which are free to Parishioners however some events are ticket only and will be issued on a first come first served basis.

The Connetables Liberation walk will start from the Parish Hall and will follow the Railway Walk to Les Quennevais and back, refreshments will be available upon your return.  The walk is to commence at 10.30 hours.

An open memorial service will be held at the War Memorial at Noirmont Point at 12.30 hours, conducted by Reverend Mark Bond to commemorate the fallen and those that were alive during the occupation.

A Tea Party will be held at the Parish Hall at 13.30 hours for Parishioners aged 70 or over.  If you wish to attend this event please contact the Parish Hall 741141, as tickets are limited and are on a first come first served basis.

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10/05/2015Liberation Events a great success!

The Parish Liberation events held on Sunday 10 May 2015 were a great success.

 

Approximately 20 people took part in the Parish walk which took the Railway Walk from the Parish Hall to Corbiere and back, the Memorial Service at Noirmont War Memorial also received a large turnout.

 

The Main Event was the Parish Tea Party enjoyed by nearly 100 parishioners aged 70 or over in the beautifully decorated main hall at the Parish Hall.  A wonderful array of sandwiches and cakes were provided by hardworking volunteers and staff, there was also enjoyable entertainment in the form of "Winstan Churchill", Leila Begg and Collette Channing, along with a display or cars from the era.  Attendees were also given a copy of "An Occupation Diary" of Mrs G Luce de Pre transcribed by Tony Bellows, along with a copy of the Liberation Day programme from 9 May 1946.

  
01/05/2015Where is your garden waste going?

​With Branchage approaching in July and September you are reminded to be sure that you know where your garden waste is going.

The Loi (1914) Sur la Voirie (Branchage Law) not only requires all landowners to cut and remove any vegetation overhanging a road or pavement, but also the Policing of Roads (Jersey) Regulations 1959 prohibit the deposit of any refuse on a road - including garden waste.  The Waste Management (Jersey) Law prohibits the deposit of garden waste on any land unless otherwise exempt.

It is becoming increasingly more popular for gardeners and garden contractors to use leaf blowing machines, however we wish to remind you of the above as any waste blown from private premises onto a public road could be subject to a penalty under the above Laws and Regulations.

Please therefore make sure you clear up after your branchage and know where your gardener is taking your waste.  Garden waste should be taken to the Green Waste facility at La Collette.

  
20/04/2015Parish Liberation Events on 10 May 2015

​St Brelade are holding several events on Sunday 10 May 2015 which are free to Parishioners however some events are ticket only and will be issued on a first come first served basis.

The Connetables Liberation walk will start from the Parish Hall and will follow the Railway Walk to Les Quennevais and back, refreshments will be available upon your return.  The walk is to commence at 10.30 hours.

An open memorial service will be held at the War Memorial at Noirmont Point at 12.30 hours, conducted by Reverend Mark Bond to commemorate the fallen and those that were alive during the occupation.

A Tea Party will be held at the Parish Hall at 13.30 hours for Parishioners aged 70 or over.  If you wish to attend this event please contact the Parish Hall 741141, as tickets are limited and are on a first come first served basis.

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