What a weekend we had! Atrocious weather that brought a real bite of winter and not a few falling trees to the Parish. Fortunately, St Saviour was not too badly hit and I was delighted to hear that the Parish and the Honorary Police did their bit to clear the roads quickly and help parishioners in their homes. Well done, everyone.
Tuesday, 11 December 2007
Sunday, 2 December 2007
Today was a miserably wintry day, but about 50 parishioners met at the Bistro Rocque for a splendid lunch and a chance to talk about St Saviour's Twinning Association. There was a great atmosphere, plenty of chat and laughter and I hope everyone really enjoyed themselves. My congratulations to the committee for yet another successful event. Next year, St Saviour will have been twinned with Villedieu-Les-Poeles, in Normandy, for 25 years, and we will also host the Jersey Normandie Association Jeux Intervilles, the Fun and Games in which all the Island's parishes and their twin towns participate. As the games are only held every other year, it will be many years before our turn comes round again and we want it to be a marvellous weekend. I was delighted to see so many new faces at the lunch and hope that all our new members will enjoy their experience of twinning events here and at Villedieu. Bob Olliver is the man to contact if you want to know more about our twinning association and perhaps join us. He can be contacted on 735864 or by email at