Saturday 18 September from 10am – 4pm
Free entry for all – donations welcome in aid of The National Trust for Jersey
A rare opportunity to visit the Trust’s late 18th century guardhouse situated high on the eastern cliffs that dominate Greve de Lecq Bay and visit a traditional tented encampment.
Visitors will have the opportunity to find out what the 1781 Militia wore, where they slept and which weapons they used – listen out for the canon fire!
A great day out, with live music and traditional cooking demonstrations inside the fort.
Venue: Le Catel Fort, St Mary
Date: Saturday 18 September, 10am – 4pm
Admission: Free entry to all - donations welcome in aid of The National Trust for Jersey - No need to book
Parking: No parking on site. Please park in the public car park at Greve de Lecq and walk up the winding slope past Greve de Lecq Barracks. Many would say it is worth the walk for the view alone!
Contact: Catherine Ward, Museums & Collections Manager E: email@example.com