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26th March, 2017

TOWN CARNIVAL 2018 SPONSORS UPDATE!

The Town Carnival came under the leadership of the Town Centre Partnership in 2006 and has gradually grown over the years to what was this year the largest financial spend ever at over £50,000. The fortnight-long event normally takes place on the last week of the States school summer term and the

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11th January, 2016

Streetscape Strategy, St Peter Port, Guernsey

In a joint initiative with States of Guernsey Environment Department, a report was drawn up some time ago by Tibbalds a UK urban design company in which they have produced information regarding the Street furniture, signage ,Litter bins, Street Lighting ,Road surfaces, Hand rails, Railings , Bollards and

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11th January, 2016

Urban Regeneration, St Peter Port, Guernsey

We are paying a watching brief on the areas of Town which are suffering from neglect,inactive landlords asking for high rents and empty premises. Being committed to increasing footfall we are supporting the establishment of new vibrant businesses which enhance areas and Fountain Street, Mill Street are

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11th January, 2016

North Plantation, Guernsey

We are now striving to find an acceptable compromise to open up the area at the Thomas De La Rue end to utilize the road dedicated to pedestrians and Al Fresco facilities where appropriate. The majority of businesses are in favour of closing the road after 10am in the morning to allow deliveries. Any

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11th January, 2016

Market Square/Bus Terminus – South Esplanade

These areas will be next on the radar once the Castle Walkway has been fully sponsored. The intention is to work with the Constables to provide a consistent design of bench throughout the Town commencing with the Market Square.

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11th January, 2016

Town Carnival

This event takes place from 16th July until 30th July with the first week of Carnival dedicated to local entertainers. We are hoping to involve schools and Colleges plus the performing Arts College and the school of popular music. We are budgeting for a spend of £45,000 on the event and are currently

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