St. Peter Port Parish
St. Peter Port Parish

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Window view over St. Peter Port harbour
Window view over St. Peter Port harbour
Churchill Avenue in the snow
Churchill Avenue in the snow
Rouge Rue seascape sunrise
Rouge Rue seascape sunrise
Cruise ships and Condor outside the harbour
Cruise ships and Condor outside the harbour
Floral displays in the High Street
Floral displays on the South Esplanade
Victor Hugo statue amongst spring daffodils
Victor Hugo statue amongst spring daffodils

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The Constables, Douzeniers and staff of St Peter Port parish, welcome you to this website. We hope to provide you with useful and interesting information concerning parish activities, the community, services and local regulation. We value your support and experience so please feel free to contact us and provide feedback.

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Pocket Astrays

Thu 17 Sep 2020

We are pleased to let you know that we now have our pocket cigarette ashtrays back in the office. They are free. They are small enough to fit in your pocket, fire proof and can be washed out.

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Nomination dates for election of Parish Officials

Tue 15 Sep 2020

Nominations for one (1) Constable, five (5) Douzeniers and a Schools Committee member for Vauvert & Amherst and Baubigny will be open from Friday 9th October. Nominations will close on Monday 26th October. Forms are available from this website or from the Constables Office in Lefebvre Street.

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Parish Drop In

Wed 09 Sep 2020

There will be a St Peter Port Parish drop in session on the seafront side of the Town Church between 10 am and 12 noon on Saturday 12th September. If bad weather, then the drop in session will be held in the Constables Office. Douzeniers will be on hand to meet parishioners and address any queries or concerns. We would also welcome any feedback on what you need or would like from the Douzaine especially following the island wide elections.

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In Guernésiais and French, historically the official language of Guernsey, the town and its surrounding parish is known as St. Pierre Port

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