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collapse Services : 1:Community Facilities ‎(1)
1:Community Facilities
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Click on a name below to view full contact details

collapse Services : 2:Births, Marriages, Civil Partnerships and Deaths ‎(4)
2:Births, Marriages, Civil Partnerships and Deaths
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Every Parish has a Parish Registrar who is elected by the Parish and keeps the record of births, marriages, civil partnerships and deaths in the Parish.

2:Births, Marriages, Civil Partnerships and DeathsRegistrarMr Clifford Gerald Robins737025
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2:Births, Marriages, Civil Partnerships and DeathsDeputy RegistrarMrs Hazel Le Boutillier
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2:Births, Marriages, Civil Partnerships and DeathsDeputy RegistrarMr Geoffrey Esnouf
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collapse Services : 3:Cemeteries ‎(2)
3:Cemeteries
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Every Parish has a cemetery and details are listed for this Parish below. Some Parishes may have burial plots that are not consecrated and there are areas reserved for Jewish burials and for Muslim burials in St Helier [contact the St Helier Superintendent of Cemeteries tel: 811811]. Please check with your Parish for further details.

3:CemeteriesSextonSteve Nerac07797 711510
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collapse Services : 4:Refuse Collection ‎(2)
4:Refuse CollectionRefuse ContactRichard Blandin07797 736910
4:Refuse CollectionHousehold Rubbish and Glass Collection information
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Household Refuse collections are organised by the Parishes and full details are listed in the Parish Services page on this website. Household Refuse must be stored in suitable bins or receptacles and must not be left in plastic sacks or boxes. Scavengers such as seagulls and rodents easily rip the plastic bags and any refuse spread by birds/animals will be the responsibility of the householder. Your refuse collector may refuse to collect plastic sacks.

Do not dispose of liquids such as cooking oil, paint etc, in your household refuse. These can leak onto the road and cause dangerous conditions for road users. For details on the disposal of oils, paints etc please contact the Department for Infrastructure on 01534 445509.

An increasing number of items may now be recycled at collection points around the Island. In some areas, separated goods such as newspapers, tins etc are collected for recycling at the same time as the usual household refuse - please check with your Parish for details of the service available in your area.

Garden refuse will not be collected and should be disposed of at the Department for Infrastructure's Green Waste Site at La Collette. (see www.gov.je/recycling for opening times).


Glass jars and bottles must be rinsed, lids must be removed and all glass kept separate from household refuse. Some Parishes have a household glass collection whilst others have collection bins at specific locations within the Parish for parishioners to deposit their glass jars and bottles. Glass put out for collection should be in dustbins or similar containers that can be emptied directly into the collection vehicle. Your refuse collector may refuse to collect glass that is not properly sorted and cleaned. Do not mix the following with glass jars and bottles -

  • metals, ceramics or sharps
  • carrier bags or other household refuse
  • fluorescent tubes, sodium lamps and UV lamps (see gov.je website for specialist disposal advice)
  • window frames, rubber seals and metal fixings
  • building materials or rubble

Your adherence to these requirements will assist the Department for Infrastructure to recycle all the glass collected throughout the Island.

Recycling - The island's household Recycling Centre is located at Bellozanne where a wide range of materials are collected for recycling. Key household waste materials such as paper, plastic bottles, cans and textiles can be recycled using the recycling bins' or 'bring banks' situated across the island. The Department for Infrastructure's website provides details of all the recycling facilities and sites (see www.gov.je/recycling).

Details of the household and glass refuse collections for your area are available from your Parish Hall.

 

  
  
  
  
  
  
  
Address
  
Description
collapse Services : 1:Community Facilities ‎(1)
1:Community Facilities
0

Click on a name below to view full contact details

collapse Services : 2:Births, Marriages, Civil Partnerships and Deaths ‎(4)
2:Births, Marriages, Civil Partnerships and Deaths
1

Every Parish has a Parish Registrar who is elected by the Parish and keeps the record of births, marriages, civil partnerships and deaths in the Parish.

2:Births, Marriages, Civil Partnerships and DeathsRegistrarMr Clifford Gerald Robins737025
1
2:Births, Marriages, Civil Partnerships and DeathsDeputy RegistrarMrs Hazel Le Boutillier
3
2:Births, Marriages, Civil Partnerships and DeathsDeputy RegistrarMr Geoffrey Esnouf
4
collapse Services : 3:Cemeteries ‎(2)
3:Cemeteries
1

Every Parish has a cemetery and details are listed for this Parish below. Some Parishes may have burial plots that are not consecrated and there are areas reserved for Jewish burials and for Muslim burials in St Helier [contact the St Helier Superintendent of Cemeteries tel: 811811]. Please check with your Parish for further details.

3:CemeteriesSextonSteve Nerac07797 711510
2
collapse Services : 4:Refuse Collection ‎(2)
4:Refuse CollectionRefuse ContactRichard Blandin07797 736910
4:Refuse CollectionHousehold Rubbish and Glass Collection information
0

Household Refuse collections are organised by the Parishes and full details are listed in the Parish Services page on this website. Household Refuse must be stored in suitable bins or receptacles and must not be left in plastic sacks or boxes. Scavengers such as seagulls and rodents easily rip the plastic bags and any refuse spread by birds/animals will be the responsibility of the householder. Your refuse collector may refuse to collect plastic sacks.

Do not dispose of liquids such as cooking oil, paint etc, in your household refuse. These can leak onto the road and cause dangerous conditions for road users. For details on the disposal of oils, paints etc please contact the Department for Infrastructure on 01534 445509.

An increasing number of items may now be recycled at collection points around the Island. In some areas, separated goods such as newspapers, tins etc are collected for recycling at the same time as the usual household refuse - please check with your Parish for details of the service available in your area.

Garden refuse will not be collected and should be disposed of at the Department for Infrastructure's Green Waste Site at La Collette. (see www.gov.je/recycling for opening times).


Glass jars and bottles must be rinsed, lids must be removed and all glass kept separate from household refuse. Some Parishes have a household glass collection whilst others have collection bins at specific locations within the Parish for parishioners to deposit their glass jars and bottles. Glass put out for collection should be in dustbins or similar containers that can be emptied directly into the collection vehicle. Your refuse collector may refuse to collect glass that is not properly sorted and cleaned. Do not mix the following with glass jars and bottles -

  • metals, ceramics or sharps
  • carrier bags or other household refuse
  • fluorescent tubes, sodium lamps and UV lamps (see gov.je website for specialist disposal advice)
  • window frames, rubber seals and metal fixings
  • building materials or rubble

Your adherence to these requirements will assist the Department for Infrastructure to recycle all the glass collected throughout the Island.

Recycling - The island's household Recycling Centre is located at Bellozanne where a wide range of materials are collected for recycling. Key household waste materials such as paper, plastic bottles, cans and textiles can be recycled using the recycling bins' or 'bring banks' situated across the island. The Department for Infrastructure's website provides details of all the recycling facilities and sites (see www.gov.je/recycling).

Details of the household and glass refuse collections for your area are available from your Parish Hall.