The JT 2018/19 Directory

by JT Directory Team 23rd March 2018

 

Our distribution partner, Jersey Post, will commence delivery of the 2018/19 Directory on Monday the 26th March.  The task of delivering to every residential address on the island is expected to take 3-4 weeks.  Delivery to local business addresses will commence as soon as the bulk of the residential deliveries have been completed.

 

 

Once Jersey Post have completed the islandwide distribution of the directory, any remaining books will be made available from several key locations including Jersey Post (Rue des Pres & Broad Street offices), the Channel Islands Co-operative Society (Both Grande Marche stores in St Helier & St Peter) as well as JT's head office in Grenville Street and from our retail store in Queen Street.

 

Recycling

 

JT is an eco-active business and takes it's responsibility to the enviroment very seriously.  We ask that you continue to support us with our annual recycling campaign by returning your old directories to a location that is convenient for you.  During the campaign, drop-off points will be made available at all island Parish Halls, the Channel Islands Co-operative Society (Both Grande Marche stores in St Helier and St Peter) as well as Jersey Post (Rue des Pres and Broad Street offices).  In addition, directories can be taken to the States of Jersey Household Reuse & Recycling Park throughout the remainder of the year.

 

         

 

We will also be running our very popular Books For Schools competition again this year whereby local participating primary schools will be collecting books on our behalf in exchange for tablet devices.  The dates for the competition are 16th April through to the 25th May.

Posted by Darren Dolbel
Friday, 23rd March 2018, 11:44.
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