You will hopefully be aware that the Jersey Electoral Commission has recently published its findings. I will give a detailed analysis of these in the next few days, but in the meantime, I am publishing a list (below) of the forthcoming public meetings, which start next week in each of the Parishes.
For Parishioners of St Brelade, the first meeting will be held this coming Tuesday at the Parish Hall. I had emailed the Commission asking them to hold it at Communicare, as this is more accessible for parking, would hold more people, and is in walking distance for most residents. However, they could not accommodate this wish.
For constituents of mine who live in St Brelade, and who may not have transport, please do not hesitate to contact me and I will arrange a lift. I have organised a minibus leaving from Communicare at 6:15, 6:30 and 6:45pm for residents of the area who may wish to attend.
For those of you who wish to be involved in the campaign for positive, democratic reform, you may wish to join Reform Jersey. It's three simple principles for democratic reform have already been taken on board by the Commission, which goes to show what a good, positive campaign and lobbying can do.
For your information, the three basic principles are that:
Now, without further ado, here is the schedule for the meetings -
|Tuesday 6th November||St Brelade’s Parish Hall||7 pm|
|St John’s Parish Hall||7 pm|
|Wednesday 7th November||St Helier Town Hall||7 pm|
|Trinity Parish Hall||7 pm|
|Thursday 8th November||St Martin’s Public Hall||7 pm|
|St Clement’s Parish Hall||7 pm|
|Tuesday 13th November||St Ouen’s Parish Hall||7 pm|
|St Peter’s Parish Hall||7 pm|
|Wednesday 14th November||Grouville Parish Hall||7 pm|
|St Mary’s Parish Hall||7 pm|
|Thursday 15th November||St Saviour’s Parish Hall||7 pm|
|St Lawrence Parish Hall||7 pm|