Cape Freels Heritage Trust

Governance

The Cape Freels Heritage Trust is a community-based, non-profit, entity established in 1991. Its purpose is to protect and celebrate the cultural heritage of the New-Wes-Valley area. Its Board of Directors is comprised of nine members who are generally residents from New-Wes-Valley. The Board is responsible for the oversight, management, operations and development of cultural tourism sites operating in the area.

 

Our Properties

The properties and facilities owned by Cape Freels Heritage Trust include the Barbour Living Heritage Village.
 


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  • NOTICE

    NOTICE

    the Barbour Living Heritage Village will be closed until further notice. Plans for re-opening will be dependent on the situation with COVID-19Read more ›
  • Planning for 2020 Season – UNDERWAY

    Planning for 2020 Season – UNDERWAY

    We're gearing up for the 2020 Tourist Season. Planning is already underway at the Barbour Living Heritage Village. An exciting summer ahead!Read more ›
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