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25/03/2017Miss St Peter Competition & Quiz Night

​Saturday 25 March 2017 at 7pm at St Peter's Parish Hall

Tickets

£3 Adults
£2 Children

Refreshments included: tea and coffee. Hot food available to purchase.

Admission by tickets only, available at the Parish Hall / Community Centre.

Miss St Peter competition entrants

Application forms for the Miss St Peter competition are available from the Parish Hall / Community Centre.

Email stpeter@posp.gov.je

Miss St Peter entrants must be 17 years of age by 10 August 2017.

Closing date for applicants is Monday 20 March at 4pm

  
24/02/2017St Peters Parish Hall are looking for volunteers to establish a "Parish in Bloom " Team. If you are interested please contact the Parish Hall on 481236.
  
24/02/2017If you speak Jerriais, then please come forward

Jèrriais recording project

Hopefully many of our Jèrriais-speaking parishioners will be reading this! Some of you will be aware of the recent news that Dr. Mari Jones from Cambridge University, who is Reader in French Linguistics and Language Change (to give her formal title) is leading a project to record Jèrriais this spring/summer onwards. She has been a longstanding friend to Jersey with her great interest in Jèrriais, our native language, now only spoken by less than 5% of Jersey's population. Such has been her interest that she has learnt to speak Jèrriais, really quite fluently!

Starting in April, a team of recorders who themselves speak Jèrriais, want to hear from as many Jèrriais speakers as possible in order to record accent and vocabulary. There are  words and phrases used  in some parishes which are not  used in other parishes! This may not sound very important, but if not recorded by native speakers, they are lost to the printed word only, nowhere nearly as valuable as the spoken word!

So, if you would be willing to have your Jèrriais recorded – it can be speaking to a friend who also speaks Jèrriais or just yourself – please contact Colin Ireson at L'Office du Jèrriais on 449290 or home 726871 to register your interest. Recording can last 10 minutes or half an hour, it's up to you!

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25/03/2017Miss St Peter Competition & Quiz Night

​Saturday 25 March 2017 at 7pm at St Peter's Parish Hall

Tickets

£3 Adults
£2 Children

Refreshments included: tea and coffee. Hot food available to purchase.

Admission by tickets only, available at the Parish Hall / Community Centre.

Miss St Peter competition entrants

Application forms for the Miss St Peter competition are available from the Parish Hall / Community Centre.

Email stpeter@posp.gov.je

Miss St Peter entrants must be 17 years of age by 10 August 2017.

Closing date for applicants is Monday 20 March at 4pm

  
24/02/2017St Peters Parish Hall are looking for volunteers to establish a "Parish in Bloom " Team. If you are interested please contact the Parish Hall on 481236.
  
24/02/2017If you speak Jerriais, then please come forward

Jèrriais recording project

Hopefully many of our Jèrriais-speaking parishioners will be reading this! Some of you will be aware of the recent news that Dr. Mari Jones from Cambridge University, who is Reader in French Linguistics and Language Change (to give her formal title) is leading a project to record Jèrriais this spring/summer onwards. She has been a longstanding friend to Jersey with her great interest in Jèrriais, our native language, now only spoken by less than 5% of Jersey's population. Such has been her interest that she has learnt to speak Jèrriais, really quite fluently!

Starting in April, a team of recorders who themselves speak Jèrriais, want to hear from as many Jèrriais speakers as possible in order to record accent and vocabulary. There are  words and phrases used  in some parishes which are not  used in other parishes! This may not sound very important, but if not recorded by native speakers, they are lost to the printed word only, nowhere nearly as valuable as the spoken word!

So, if you would be willing to have your Jèrriais recorded – it can be speaking to a friend who also speaks Jèrriais or just yourself – please contact Colin Ireson at L'Office du Jèrriais on 449290 or home 726871 to register your interest. Recording can last 10 minutes or half an hour, it's up to you!

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11/11/2017Royal British Legion Poppy Appeal