Saint Peter

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Saint Peter


The parish church is in the heart of the village

A large portion of Saint Peter, a parish in the west of Jersey, is occupied by Jersey Airport. It is the only parish with two coastlines, stretching from St Ouen's Bay in the west to St Aubin's Bay in the south. The parish is the fourth-largest parish by surface area, covering 6,469 vergees

The traditional nickname for St Pierrais is ventres à baînis (limpet bellies).


St Peter's Village in 1927, with the Le Brocq shop on the right

The parish is divided into vingtaines:

  • Vingtaine du Douet
  • Vingtaine de St. Nicolas
  • Grande Vingtaine
  • Vingtaine des Augerez
  • Vingtaine du Coin Varin

The parish forms one electoral district and elects one Deputy.

Parish church

Twin town

St Peter is twinned with St Hilaire du Harcöuet in the Normandy Department of Manche

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The parish has two oil paintings on display in the Parish Hall, featured in the Your Paintings project.

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Three candidates in an election for Constable in the 1980s. From left: Winter Le Marquand, the sitting Constable, who won the election; Les Till, a parish Centenier; and George Langlois
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