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  • The Plan sets out the way in which the States intends to meet the requirements of the Children's Law 2008. It is tailored to the identified needs of children an...
  • Laws All Guernsey Laws, Ordinances, Statutory Instruments and other legal materials are available from the Guernsey Legal Resources website.
  • Guernsey has a complex history, which has uniquely shaped its environment and the Island we enjoy today. The roads, buildings, boundary walls, green lanes, ruet...
  • General Elections are generally held in Guernsey every four years to appoint 38 Deputies to the States of Deliberation. The last General Election took place on 7th October 2020 and the next General Election will be held in June 2025.
  • Including Billets, Amendments, Voting Records, Resolutions and Hansards Forthcoming items of business will be put on as soon as they have been submitted to H.M....
  • Lihou and its islets of Lissroy and Lihoumel form one of the most important sea bird breeding sites in the Channel Islands. Allow at least an hour for your visi...
  • We are committed to promoting the health and well-being of all members of school and College communities. We recognise that food and nutrition play an important...
  • Updated: January 2016
    The Administrative Decisions (Review) (Guernsey) Law 1986-1993 provides islanders with a free procedure through which to challenge the administrative decisions or actions of government.
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  • Updated: September 2017
    The community survey ran from June to the end of October 2015. The aim of the survey was to help those who deliver public services in Guernsey to get a better understanding of your views and experiences.
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