Heritage Open Day celebrates our built heritage by allowing visitors free access to interesting properties that are either not usually open, or would normally charge an entrance fee.
This year the Trust is opening several of its properties including:-
Number 6 the ‘Foot’ Buildings in Pitt Street
Grève de Lecq Barracks – now the headquarters of ArtHouse Jersey
Le Rât Cottage
The Elms main house and outbuildings
Le Moulin de Quétivel and:-
WWII bunkers in St Ouen’s Bay
Special events and activities will be taking place at some of the properties such as The Elms where the joinery workshop will be open for demonstrations, you can peruse upcycled furniture and brocante type stalls and volunteers will be on hand in the walled garden. Open Milling is also taking place at Le Moulin de Quétivel in St Peter’s Valley. Visit the only remaining working watermill on the Island and experience the whole milling process from start to finish. There will also be heritage walking trails on offer to some of the properties.
Kindly supported by Jersey Development Company
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