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12/03/2015From Snow Queen to Parish Ambassador

This year's Miss St Clement is Ebony Troy.  17 year-old Ebony, who rode as the Snow Queen on last year's parish Battle of Flowers float is also well known as a key player in Team Jets netball team.  She is currently a student at JCG studying Science, Finance and Psychology.  When not studying, she coaches young netball hopefuls.  She is already widely travelled and is keen to visit Australia where she feels she could pick up tips on how to further her hoped-for career as a physiotherapist.

Twelve months will pass quickly but, Ebony is looking forward immensely to acting as a parish ambassador during 2015.

The other finalists were Jessica Pinel and Charlotte Volante.

 

  
02/03/2015Saturday 9 May 2015

This year the Island will celebrate 70 years of freedom since its liberation from occupying forces on Saturday 9 May 1945. A special event to commemorate the 70th Anniversary, held in the presence of Her Royal Highness The Countess of Wessex, will take place in People's Park on the afternoon of Liberation Day. This will include a formal ceremony followed by an afternoon tea party and Royal walkabout. There will also be specially arranged entertainment to celebrate the 70th Anniversary.

Islanders who fall into one of the categories below, and their partner/carer, may apply to the Parish for tickets to attend this special event. These tickets will be for seats located inside marquees and include traditional afternoon tea –

(a)  those who were present in Jersey during the occupation;
(b) those who were evacuated or interned from Jersey during the occupation and who subsequently returned; and,
(c)  those who were serving in the Armed Forces during this period.

Access to this event will be strictly ticketed and limited in number. Ticket holders will be required to arrive between 1.00-2.00pm.  The event will conclude approximately 5.00pm. In the event of over subscription, it will be for the individual Parishes to determine those attending. In order to facilitate arrangements and determine numbers, persons falling into any of the above groups should complete the registration reply slip below and return it to their Parish Hall by no later than Friday 10th April 2015. Tickets and final timings for this event will be issued after this deadline.

Application form for tickets For Liberation 70.pdf

  
12/02/2015Easy ways to pay

You do not have to wait until you receive a demand, payment can be made at any time and advance rates will be held until a bill is due. ​Payment may be made by: cheque (payable to 'Parish of St Clement', cash in person at the Parish Hall during office hours (do not send cash by post), bank transfer quoting your ratepayer name and reference number to Barclays sorting code 20-45-05 account number 80739251 held in the name of the Parish of St Clement, or by debit/credit card in person or by phone. You may also set up a regular standing order to pay your rates and details of how to do this are below.

Payment of Rates by Standing Order.pdf 

 

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12/03/2015From Snow Queen to Parish Ambassador

This year's Miss St Clement is Ebony Troy.  17 year-old Ebony, who rode as the Snow Queen on last year's parish Battle of Flowers float is also well known as a key player in Team Jets netball team.  She is currently a student at JCG studying Science, Finance and Psychology.  When not studying, she coaches young netball hopefuls.  She is already widely travelled and is keen to visit Australia where she feels she could pick up tips on how to further her hoped-for career as a physiotherapist.

Twelve months will pass quickly but, Ebony is looking forward immensely to acting as a parish ambassador during 2015.

The other finalists were Jessica Pinel and Charlotte Volante.

 

  
02/03/2015Saturday 9 May 2015

This year the Island will celebrate 70 years of freedom since its liberation from occupying forces on Saturday 9 May 1945. A special event to commemorate the 70th Anniversary, held in the presence of Her Royal Highness The Countess of Wessex, will take place in People's Park on the afternoon of Liberation Day. This will include a formal ceremony followed by an afternoon tea party and Royal walkabout. There will also be specially arranged entertainment to celebrate the 70th Anniversary.

Islanders who fall into one of the categories below, and their partner/carer, may apply to the Parish for tickets to attend this special event. These tickets will be for seats located inside marquees and include traditional afternoon tea –

(a)  those who were present in Jersey during the occupation;
(b) those who were evacuated or interned from Jersey during the occupation and who subsequently returned; and,
(c)  those who were serving in the Armed Forces during this period.

Access to this event will be strictly ticketed and limited in number. Ticket holders will be required to arrive between 1.00-2.00pm.  The event will conclude approximately 5.00pm. In the event of over subscription, it will be for the individual Parishes to determine those attending. In order to facilitate arrangements and determine numbers, persons falling into any of the above groups should complete the registration reply slip below and return it to their Parish Hall by no later than Friday 10th April 2015. Tickets and final timings for this event will be issued after this deadline.

Application form for tickets For Liberation 70.pdf

  
12/02/2015Easy ways to pay

You do not have to wait until you receive a demand, payment can be made at any time and advance rates will be held until a bill is due. ​Payment may be made by: cheque (payable to 'Parish of St Clement', cash in person at the Parish Hall during office hours (do not send cash by post), bank transfer quoting your ratepayer name and reference number to Barclays sorting code 20-45-05 account number 80739251 held in the name of the Parish of St Clement, or by debit/credit card in person or by phone. You may also set up a regular standing order to pay your rates and details of how to do this are below.

Payment of Rates by Standing Order.pdf 

 

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21St Clement's Bridge Club
03/04/2015Friday Evenings
51St Clement's Flower Club
09/04/2015Dancing with Nature
27St Clement's Battle of Flowers Association
11/04/2015Table Top Sale