15th October - Senators & Constables Elections
26th November - Deputies Elections

Constables - Tim Tindall (St Lawrence)

Tim Tindall

Tim Tindall said constable was a natural progression from his role as Chef de Police, and that he would make interaction between youth and elderly in St Lawrence one of his priorities, saying he wanted to enhance the relationship between the two age-groups.

He would also like St Lawerence Arsenal to be redeveloped into sheltered housing for elderly parishioners.

[ Source : BBC Jersey ]


  • Sue Hardy
  • Sue Emanuel
  • Maurice Dubras
  • Emily Countanche
  • Frank Brady
  • Annette Brady
  • Kevin Francis Booth
  • Kay Booth
  • Maureen Clarke
  • John Pallot

[ Source : This Is Jersey ]

Constable Nomination

Sue Hardy addressed the meeting to formally propose Tim Tindall, who had previously not declared his intention to stand so that he could continue his work as Chef de Police. The meeting heard that Mr Tindall had worked in the finance industry for 20 years, spending seven of those working for Barclays International.

He also worked for his family's insurance business and now runs his own financial management services company.

The proposer said that 35-year-old Mr Tindall was a family man who had the full support of his wife Julie, who is a trademark expert. The parishioners heard that Mr Tindall planned making no major changes – the focus being on just more of the same, with good management being the key. He is a man who recognises that there are issues that need to be addressed, including the need for more sheltered housing.

The proposer said that Mr Tindall was a man of ability and enthusiasm who was an ideal person to become the Constable of St Lawrence.

[ Source : This Is Jersey ]

Election Manifesto

A video of Tim Tindall's election manifesto is available on Channel Online