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Vingtaine du Rouge Bouillon

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Vingtaine du Rouge Bouillon

Vingtaine du Rouge Bouillon
Vingtaine du Rouge Bouillon is located in Channel Islands
Vingtaine du Rouge Bouillon
Vingtaine du Rouge Bouillon
The vingtaine shown within the Channel Islands
Coordinates: (Junction between Queen's Road and Rouge Bouillon)
Crown Dependency Jersey, Channel Islands
Parish Saint Helier
A building on Queen's Road.

The Vingtaine du Rouge Bouillon is one of the six vingtaines of St. Helier[1] Parish in the Channel Island of Jersey.

Elected Officials

National Elections

With the Vingtaine du Mont à l'Abbé and the Vingtaine du Mont Cochon this vingtaine forms St Helier electoral districts 3 and 4 which return four Deputies to the States of Jersey.

Municipal Elections

The Parish Assembly of St Helier elects one Vingtenier, three Constable's Officers and two Roads Inspectors to represent the vingtaine for a term of three years.


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