Blue bag, food and...

Mon 24 Sep 2018

...glass for recycling this week please as the island continues to get to grips with the new system of disposing of rubbish and increasing what households recycle.

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'Brave decisions' needed to end Leale's Yard planning blight

Tue 18 Sep 2018

Brave decisions are needed to end the planning blight caused by the Channel Islands Co-op's ownership of Leale's Yard and its inability to develop the highly important site, the Vale's Senior Constable has said.

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What to put out for this week's 'bin night'

Mon 17 Sep 2018

In case you're still coming to terms with the new refuse and recycling collections - and many are from the feedback we've received - here's the forthcoming schedule while, below, is a round-up of experiences to date:

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This week's recycling and waste collection...

Mon 10 Sep 2018

...is a Blue Bag, for Tins, Cans, Plastic Bottles, Pots, Tubs, Trays, Foil, Milk and Juice Cartons please plus your weekly food waste caddy AND the 'glass bag' for recycling bottles and jars this week.

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Hunt for 'L'Ancresse Snake' scaled back

Sat 08 Sep 2018

A search for a suspected large snake that was seen earlier in the summer at L'Ancresse Common has been scaled back by the Guernsey Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, which was conducting it.

GSPCA manager Steve Byrne told the Vale Parish website that after many weeks of looking for the reptile daily, they had decided to ease back on the hunt but were still appealing for any information if anyone saw something.

The initial sighting was in June near the southern end of L'Ancresse. The exact location was not disclosed to prevent the site from being disturbed.

The original report was of a large snake although no individuals claimed ownership of such a missing animal.

Asked about possible danger, Mr Byrne said: 'It is unlikely that the size snake will pose a threat to dogs or cats as the amount of prey more suited, such as rabbits and birds in the area, would be much easier to predate, if indeed it is a snake of the size we have been informed.'

If it was a species of python as had been suggested then these rest for days or more between meals, often in holes, and with the number of rabbit holes in the area it could easily go unseen for some time.

Other stray reptiles that the GSPCA have had reported to them have been caught fairly quickly and subsequently reclaimed or remain in the Shelter's care.

'Both stray snakes we have had in this year were claimed after releasing the details and we have no sightings at this time that we are looking into other than the snake at L'Ancresse,' he said.

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Volunteers needed for island-wide voting referendum

Thu 06 Sep 2018

The Vale parish is looking for volunteers - and for a very special event. They are needed to assist parishioners vote in the forthcoming multi-option referendum on the method of electing People's Deputies to the States of Deliberation.

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Fort Le Marchant fly tipping cleared

Wed 05 Sep 2018

Some significant amounts of fly tipping [pictured below] near Fort Le Marchant have now been cleared by the Vale Commons Council after it was reported to them and police are investigating the incident.

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New waste regime begins - and this is what to put out

Mon 03 Sep 2018

Guernsey's new waste management regime started this week and many households will be starting to get used to the new system. Below is a handy guide for the Vale to this week's and the next three collections.

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September 2 – how your 'bin night' will change

Tue 28 Aug 2018

Guernsey’s new waste management regime comes into force from September 2 and will affect every household in the island and, of course, the Vale.

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Sixty parishioners face court for non-payment of rates

Thu 23 Aug 2018

Up to 60 Vale parishioners risk being taken to court for failing to pay their rates, the Senior Constable has warned. More than £10,000 is owed by them and the Douzaine will take all legal steps to recover this money, Richard Leale said.

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