Guernsey's Torteval parish unveils jubilee project

Members of the team responsible for an interpretation board in Guernsey
Image caption Evan Ozanne, Helen Glencross, Keith Pike and David Cherry unveiled the boards at Pleinmont

A new jubilee legacy project has been unveiled by Guernsey's Torteval parish.

Three interpretation boards describing historical sites have been installed on the headland at Pleinmont.

The boards give detail on a German artillery battery, the Hanois lighthouse and an 18th Century watch-house, which now lies in ruins.

Members of the douzaine, along with a member of the Castle Cornet saluting battery, unveiled the boards at a ceremony at Pleinmont.

Torteval embarked on a series of projects to mark the Queen's Diamond Jubilee.

These included the creation of a time capsule, the raising of a mast, and the lighting of a church in the parish.

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