Focus on a Parish – Trinity

by Buddy Love 1st May 2017

Jersey is divided into 12 parishes including Trinity that boasts the island’s highest elevation and highest point at Les Platons.

Located in northeastern Jersey, Trinity is perhaps the most rural of all the parishes. It also has the third smallest parish population with under 4,000 residents in an area of approximately 12.3 square kilometres. It is divided into five vingtaines

  • La Vingtaine de la Ville-à-l'Évêque
  • La Vingtaine de Rozel
  • La Vingtaine du Rondin
  • La Vingtaine des Augrès
  • La Vingtaine de la Croiserie

 

 

Posted by Buddy Love
Monday, 1st May 2017, 13:32.
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