|Municipality of St Helier, Jersey|
|Assumed office |
|Constituency||St Helier, Jersey|
|Born||13 May 1966|
St Helier, Jersey
|Political party||Jersey Green Party|
Born in Saint Helier, he was educated at Victoria College Preparatory and Christ's Hospital. He graduated from University College, Oxford with a Master of Arts (Oxon) in Modern Languages. Further studies include a Licenciate Diploma in TESOL from Trinity College, London. He is fluent in Russian. His interests include art and illustration. He is the Procureur du Bien Public for the parish of St Helier.
In 2007, he won first place "for the best short story in Norman" at the Fête Nouormande in Bricquebec for his story entitled "La frontchièthe". He won first place again in 2008 for his story entitled "Feu et feunmée".
He was elected to the Municipality of the Parish of St Helier in 1996 as a member of the Roads Committee and was re-elected in 1999, 2002 and 2005. In his role he masterminded the parish cycling strategy.
Candidacy for Jersey electionsEdit
Jennings has stood for election in the States of Jersey on seven occasions, but not elected:
|1992||Election for Deputy||Trinity|
|October 1993||Senatorial election||(Island-wide)||Green Party||2,793|
|November 1993||By-election for Deputy||St Helier district 3&4|
|November 1996||Election for Deputy||St Helier district 3&4||568|
|February 1999||Senatorial by-election||(Island-wide)||440|
|October 2002||Senatorial election||(Island-wide)||4,667|
|November 2002||Election for Deputy||St Helier district 3&4||486|
- "This is Jersey - Election 2002 - Senatorial". Archived from the original on 29 March 2008.
- "Archives 2007". magene.com - langue et chansons normandes.
- "La Fête Nouormande 2008". Société Jersiaise.
- Carroll, Lewis; Tenniel, John. Alice's Adventures in Wonderland [L'Travèrs Du Mitheux Et Chein Qu'Alice Y Dêmuchit (Romance Edition)]. Translated by Jennings, Geraint. ISBN 1904808964.
- Jennings, Geraint (4 May 2000). "Jersey Politics Page - election results archive". Archived from the original on 28 September 2011.
- "This is Jersey - Election 2002 - Deputies". Archived from the original on 28 September 2007.