Matt Fallaize

People’s Deputy for the Vale

“If re-elected, I will continue to work full-time and with absolute commitment and integrity on your behalf.”

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Dear Vale voter

I have been a member of the States of Deliberation as one of your representatives since 2008, when I was elected as the island’s youngest deputy. I am now seeking re-election and respectfully request that you consider casting one of your votes for me when the Vale goes to the polls on 18th April.

My manifesto outlines my record as a Vale deputy since 2008 and explains the principles and policies I will pursue over the next four years if you elect me for a second term.

But an election campaign is not just about candidates getting their messages out – it’s also about listening to you, the people of Guernsey, about your hopes and concerns.

I am walking the parish throughout the five weeks of this election campaign to hand deliver my manifesto and meet as many parishioners as possible. But if you wish to discuss any issue further, please do not hesitate to contact me at your convenience on 241333 or by e-mail at

Matt Fallaize walking on the beach with his wife and children

My Background

I was born just off The Bridge, a stone’s throw from the St Sampson’s/Vale parish boundary. We moved to the Vale when I was six and I have lived in this parish ever since. I was educated at Vale School and Elizabeth College .

I am 30 years old. Nikki and I have been married for seven years. We have two children: Joshua, who is five and in his first year at Vale Infants’ School, and Amelia, who is two. Nikki manages our small family business: the Army & Navy Stores at Albecq.