To mark the 10th anniversary of the coastline campaign, the National Trust for Jersey is staging a season of cinema at locations around the coast.
The next film is being shown at Greve de Lecq Barracks and is 'Les Vacances de Monsieur Hulot' - the 1953 French comedy starring Jacques Tati - which introduced the pipe smoking, well meaning but clumsy character of Monsieur Hulot. Booking essential £10 to include a glass of wine and perhaps some nice cheese!
Le Moulin De Quetivel
Come along to the only working watermill in Jersey. Admire the ancient waterwheel as it springs into action. Discover why Jersey exported flour to the Americas and the resurgence of milling during the island's occupation in WWII. Walk through delightful woodland, look out for red squirrels and enjoy freshly brewed tea and coffee and home made cake. Open Mondays and Tuesdays throughout the season until 27th September.