Office of the Lieutenant-Governor

The Lieutenant-Governor is appointed by Her Majesty the Queen for a five-year term. He is an impartial adviser to The Queen and represents the interests of the Crown, among other duties.

The current Lieutenant-Governor is His Excellency General Sir John McColl KCB, CBE, DSO. He was sworn in as Lieutenant-Governor of Jersey on 26 September 2011.

Lieutenant-Governor

Lieutenant-Governor

Details about the Lieutenant-Governor's role, responsibilities and background.

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Honours

Honours

Nominate someone for an honour or learn about The Queen's Award for Voluntary Service.

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Celebratory cards

Celebratory cards

Get a celebratory card sent from the Queen to commemorate a special birthday or anniversary.

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Events

Events

Request a visit from the Lieutenant-Governor or attend an event at Government House.

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Patronages

Patronages

Find out how to request a patronage from the Lieutenant-Governor or his wife.

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Contact us

Contact us

Find out how to contact the Office of the Lieutenant-Governor and find out when we're open.

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