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New Jurat appointed

Posted Thu 13th March 2014 at 14:35

TRACY Jean, joint owner of the Belle Vue Hotel, was sworn in as a Jurat to the Court of Alderney on Thursday. Mrs Jean, who now works at estate agent Bell & Co, presented a warrant signed by the Lieutenant Governor of the Bailiwick of Guernsey, Air Marshal Peter Walker, to the court.

Mrs Jean was welcomed onto the bench by Chairman of the Jurats, Neil Hunter, who said it was one of the highest honours that could be bestowed on a citizen of Alderney.

Tracy said she was honoured and humbled to be invited to serve as a Jurat. 'It came as a surprise to be asked. But I'm humbled and honoured to be asked to serve Alderney in this way and I will do my very best to fulfil my duties as a Jurat.'

Mr Hunter took the opportunity to thank Jurat Rob Blondin, who recently retired from the Bench.

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