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.
 


Recent Blog Posts

  • Ready to Welcome You at the Village – Opening June 2021

    Ready to Welcome You at the Village – Opening June 2021

    We are planning ahead and so excited about this coming summer. Whether our borders are open to non-residents or 2021 is another Staycation Summer, we will be ready to welcome you at the Village.Read more ›
  • Christmas Fair Going Online

    Christmas Fair Going Online

    Because of the increasing number of COVID cases we cannot have the Fair at the Village so we're going online instead.Read more ›
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