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Other Sites of Interest / Wind/Water MIll

Le Moulin de Quetivel

The two-storey mill is the only surviving working watermill on the Island and has an exhibition of milling, a film presentation and a small shop selling freshly ground flour. Surrounded by water meadows, a visit to the mill will give you a fascinating insight into Jersey’s agricultural and industrial heritage.


  • Parking
  • Refreshments
  • Souvenir Shop
  • Part disabled access


National Trust Jersey


St Peters Valley Le Mont Fallu St Peter Jersey JE3 7EF

Open days

Mon-Tue 6 May-30 Sep 1000-1600.


By Bus: 8, 8A

Located in one of Jersey’s most picturesque valleys. There has been a watermill on this site since 1309. The present granite-built mill was worked until the end of the 19th century, when it fell into disrepair; during the German Occupation it was reactivated for grinding locally grown corn, but after 1945 a fire destroyed the remaining machinery, roof and internal woodwork. In 1971 the National Trust for Jersey began restoration, and the mill is now producing stoneground flour again.

From the Steam Heritage Shop

Winifred Goes To America

The second book in the series is the true story of a little quarry engine that is sold and travels to America.  Follow her amazing adventure across…


Regular Price: £4.75

July 2018

  • Aquarius – the water Bearer
  • Abbey Hill Rally
  • The Great North Heads South
  • The Circus on the Fair
  • The Law of Unintended Consequences
  • Remembering Trevithick
  • Medway Queen – Beside the Seaside


Reflections of Living Steam

Barry J Finch is a well known photographer of road and agricultural steam engines and has published a number of books in the 1960s and 1970s of photographs…


September 2018

  • Into The High Peaks
  • Weekend with a Wallis
  • GDSF – archive special
  • Hot in Heddington
  • Highland Dreams
  • The Shetland Bus
  • Commemorating 100 years of the RAF


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