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Island Archives acquires Guernsey Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club historical material
Friday 29 July 2016

The records of the Guernsey Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club and its successors have been donated to the Island Archives.

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TV licenses for over 75s will be closed to new entrants
Friday 29 July 2016

Free TV Licences for Guernsey and Alderney residents over 75 will be closed to new entrants from 1 September 2016.

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UK Prime Minister offers assurance to the Crown Dependencies
Friday 29 July 2016

The UK's recently appointed Prime Minister, The Rt. Hon Theresa May MP, has written to the Crown Dependencies and given assurances that Guernsey, Jersey and the Isle of Man will be engaged in the process of the UK's negotiations in relation to its exit and ongoing trade with the EU.

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Guernsey Community Survey

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.

Community Survey
Overall Satisfaction Results

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The survey provided us with lots of valuable feedback about how we can improve our service delivery and in January 2016 we released the results from the first section of the survey. The first section asked for feedback on your overall satisfaction with service delivery and the results show that there is good practice in a number of areas but there are some areas that need improvement. The full details of this are available to download from this page.

Since January we have been working on the results from the second half of the survey where we asked for detailed feedback of your recent experiences by service area. We will now be sharing this information with services so that they can use the valuable feedback to inform how they can continue to improve the services we deliver.

We will add any updates and new information to this page but if you would like any information on the survey or the results please contact Ellie Whittles (ellie.whittles@gov.gg or telephone 717000).

 

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Overall Satisfaction Results

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