Wednesday, 3 September 2014



There are some lovely works around this Parish

Forest Church


Ste Marguerite de la Foret is the Island's smallest parish Church and was built in two stages with the nave, chancel and the centrally positioned tower in the 13th century and additions in the 15th century. Interestingly it has two entrances, one originally for men and the other for women. All now enter by the north door. Its walls feature massive stones which were once part of a dolmen. The Church originally served the small community at Le Bourg. The inside of the Church was restored in 1891. The Church clock commemorates Queen Victoria's Diamond Jubilee. The churchyard has indications that it was an ancient burial ground.

Perry's Ref: 28D3
1.Head southwest on The Queen's Rd toward Mt Hermon 0.3 mi
2.Take the 2nd right onto Mt Row 0.1 mi
3.Take the 1st left onto Ville au Roi 0.3 mi
4.At the roundabout, take the 2nd exit onto Les Frieteaux 0.1 mi
5.Continue onto Rue Peudreuse 0.2 mi
6.Slight right onto Rue Cauchez 0.2 mi
7.Continue onto Rue des Caches 0.2 mi
8.Continue onto Route des Cornus 0.4 mi
9.Continue onto Forest Rd 0.8 mi
10.Continue onto Airport Saint-Pierre-du-Bois 0.2 mi
11.Continue onto Le Bourg 0.2 mi
12.Continue onto Le Gouffre Destination will be on the left 354 ft

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