We are delighted to announce this seasons opening of Grève de Lecq Barracks and Le Moulin de Quétivel.
Why not bring your friends and family to visit the following Trust sites.
Grève de Lecq Barracks officially open Wednesday 23rd May and closes Sunday 16th September.
The only surviving barracks left on the Island and are an excellent example of a self-contained military unit retaining many original features, including two prison cells and the ablutions block. Scenes from 19thCentury military life will be on display and the National Trust for Jersey shop will once again be open. Feel free to wander around and discover the site wherever a door is open!
The Barracks will be open on Wednesday through to Sunday. Opening times will be 11am – 4pm.
FREE ENTRY TO ALL NATIONAL TRUST JERSEY/UK CARD HOLDERS. Minimum £2.00 Donation requested from all other visitors
Le Moulin de Quétivel officially open Saturday 26th May and closes Saturday 15th September.
Located in one of Jersey’s most picturesque valleys, it is the only surviving working watermill on the Island. Surrounded by water meadows, a visit to the mill will give you a fascinating insight into Jersey’s agricultural and industrial heritage. Discover why Jersey exported flour to the Americas, learn about the meaning of ‘lé no1’ or the resurgence of milling during the Island’s Occupation in the Second World War.
The Mill will be open on Saturdays only again this year. Opening times will be as follows: 10am – 4pm.) or if under 16 years, otherwise the following rates apply: Adults £2.00 and OAPs/Students £1.50. Shop and refreshments available all season.
Le Moulin de Tesson Steam Engine Room and Wheel – after Le Moulin de Quètivel, why not take the peaceful woodland trail to Le Moulin de Tesson to view the Steam Engine Room and its substantial double-width waterwheel. Discover how this fascinating relic of industrial archaeology used to operate.
Please feel free to contact the National Trust for Jersey office on T. 483193 for further information.