RSEA members resident in the Bailiwick of Guernsey are encouraged to monitor the States of Guernsey website at https://covid19.gov.gg to keep up to date with the advice and guidance issued by the Director of Public Health and the emergency regulations and measures introduced by the Civil Contingencies Authority.
Anyone who starts to experience any symptoms (a high temperature; a new continuous cough; shortness of breath) no matter how mild, should contact the Clinical Helpline by calling 01481 756938 or 01481 756969. The helpline is there to give advice seven days a week between 8am and 10pm.
Members who live elsewhere should comply with equivalent measures implemented in their home jurisdictions.
Guernsey will have a General Election of People’s Deputies in June 2020. In order to vote in this election you must be registered on the Electoral Roll. A brand-new roll has been established for this election so you must re-register even if you have been registered before. The easiest way to do this is online at election2020.gg or you can fill out the household registration form that was sent to every home in Guernsey in December 2019. If you think you have not received a form and would like one please call the Election 2020 Office on 01481 747579.
Once you are registered on the Electoral Roll you have a choice of how and where you vote.
Vote in person or by post
You can vote in person at a polling stat2020 States Electionion on any one of the polling days or you can opt for a postal vote. The easiest way to opt for a postal vote is online at election2020.gg or you can call the Election 2020 Office on 01481 747579 and request a postal vote application form. Please note, once you have been issued with a postal ballot pack you will not be eligible for a ballot paper at a polling station. However, you are able to deliver your completed postal ballot to a polling station if you have missed the return postal deadline.
If you decide to vote in person you have a choice of days and places to vote.
In addition, Beau Sejour super-polling station will be open for ANY registered Islander to vote in person from 8am to 8pm on:
Saturday 13 June
Sunday 14 June2020 States Election
Tuesday 16 June
Wednesday 17 June
Candidate nomination forms will be available from the Bailiff’s Chambers and from the various Douzaines. Completed forms must be received by the Bailiff’s Secretary by 4pm on Friday 15 May 2020. After this time all candidate information will be available on the website election2020.gg and a combined manifesto will be delivered to every home on the Electoral Roll.
Wednesday, 22 April, 2020 at 2:00 p.m.
Harry Bound Room, Les Cotils
The Retired States Employees’ Association will be holding this year’s Annual General Meeting on Wednesday, 22nd April, 2020 at Les Cotils, St Peter Port, from 1:45 p.m., for a 2:00 p.m. start. All retired former States employees automatically become members of the RSEA, so we hope that as many as possible will see the advertisements in the Guernsey Press and be able to attend.
The RSEA aims to safeguard the rights of its members and promote measures for their welfare, with particular regard to pensions. The Committee therefore encourages members to consider standing for election so that they can play their part in representing the interests of former public service colleagues.
All retired States employees are invited to attend.