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Mon 13 Sep 2021
Guernsey Waste has launched a survey asking islanders to share their experience of kerbside collections and any visits to the waste sites, such as the bring banks, the Household Waste & Recycling Centre, and the Chouet Green Waste Site. They can also provide feedback on any customer service received from the Guernsey Waste team.
Mon 09 Aug 2021
A chance to reflect on the year so far and what the next few months hold will be the topic of conversation at the St Peter Port drop-in session on Saturday 14 August at 10am – 12 noon.
Fri 09 Jul 2021
The St Peter Port Constables office is changing its opening hours. From Monday 12 July the office will only be open to the public between 09:0hrs and 15:00hrs, but people telephoning will still be able to call between 08:30hrs and 16:00hrs or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Wed 07 Jul 2021
Do you want to be in our team? Is the question Douzeniers will be putting to parishioners at the next St Peter Port drop-in on Saturday 10 July at 10am.
Tue 01 Jun 2021
It's that time of year again where property and land owners are required to cut back their hedges and check their streams are clear of rubbish and debris.
Fri 14 May 2021
The popular parish magazine The Townie is now available to view online.
Fri 23 Apr 2021
It is all change for the St Peter Port Constables as they simplify their website address and emails.
Mon 19 Apr 2021
The annual ANZAC (Australian and New Zealand Army Corps) Day memorial service at the Fort George War Memorial will be held on Sunday 25 April at 8am.
Thu 15 Apr 2021
Electors and Ratepayers of the Parish of St Peter Port at a public meeting on Wednesday 14 April agreed the remede for 2021.