The Constituency of
St. John

 

 

Polling Division Location
JA1 St. Margaret’s Primary School
JA2 St. John’s Primary School
JA3 BRC Building, St. John’s Parish Church
JA4 Unity Wesleyan Holiness Church, Gall Hill
JB1 Resource Centre, Gall Hill
JB2 Mt. Tabor Primary School
JC1 Marian Retreat House, Verdun
JC2 Gall Hill Sports Pavilion
JC3 Mt. Tabor Primary School
JC4 Mt. Tabor United Holy Church of America, Cherry Grove
JD1 St. Gabriel’s Church
JD2 The Lodge School
JE1 St. Mark’s Anglican Church
JE2 Holy Cross Anglican Church
JE3 Massiah Wesleyan Holiness Worship Centre

 

From a point on the entrance to the sea coast at Three Boys Rock in a straight line through the triangulation station S.38 to a point in the center of the road called Highway F, opposite to a monument (B.11) placed on the northern side of the road; thence in a westerly direction along the middle of Highway F to a point on the road opposite to a monument (B.10) placed at the end of an unclassified road at Foster Hall; thence in a south westerly direction to another monument (B.9) placed near the edge of Hackleton’s Cliff; thence in a south westerly direction along an unclassified road to its junction with Malvern–Venture–Road; thence in a southerly direction along the middle of the Malvern–Venture–Mt. Tabor Road to its junction with the Mt. Tabor–Claybury Road; thence in a westerly direction along the middle of Mt. Tabor–Claybury Road to its junction with the Claybury–Uplands Road; thence in a south easterly and then in a southerly direction along the Claybury–Uplands Road to its junction with Highway 3B (the Golden Ridge–Pool Road); thence in an easterly direction along Highway 3B to its junction with the road leading to Belle Farm; thence in a southerly and then easterly direction along the entrance to Belle Farm to its junction with the Ellesmere–Todds Road; thence in an easterly direction along the Ellesmere–Todds Road to its junction with the Four Roads–Woodland Road; thence in a southerly, easterly and then southerly direction along the Four Roads–Woodland Road to its junction with Highway 4 (Woodland–Kendal Road); thence in an easterly, direction along the middle of Highway 4 to the centre  of the culvert  over the gully; thence in a southerly and south easterly direction along this gully to a point which is marked by a monument (B.12); thence proceeding north eastwards along a line joining this monument to another monument (B.13) placed on the western side of the public road called Featherbed Lane, then in a north easterly direction along the line joining this point to a monument (B.14) placed at the end of the unclassified road at Hillview; then generally eastwards along the unclassified road to the unclassified public road running  from St. Philip’s Church to Cliff Plantation; thence along this road in a northerly direction to its junction with a track at the point where the road turns to the west, then northwards and eastwards along this track to its junction with an unclassified road leading from Guinea Plantation Yard to Dodds Land, thence in a northerly direction along this road to its junction with a track; then in a generally easterly direction along this track to its junction at Moncrieffe with a public road leading from District “C” Police Station to Massiah Street; thence in a northerly direction along the District “C”–Massiah Street Road to its junction with a public road leading to Mt. Pleasant Plantation; thence in an easterly direction and then in a north easterly direction along this public road to its junction with the Stewart Hill Road; thence in a easterly direction along  the middle of Stewart Hill Road to its junction with the Thickets-Palmers Road; thence along the middle of the Thickets-Palmers Road in a northerly direction to its junction with the Supers-College Savannah Road; thence along the middle of the Supers-College Savannah Road to a monument (B.15) located at the St. Mark’s Church driveway; thence in a straight line to a monument (B.16) near the edge of the cliff on the sea coast; thence in a northerly direction along the sea coast to the point on the coast known as Three Boys Rock (the starting point).

Mr. Richard Harris