Thanks to an inspired decision based on meticulous feasibility research by CAO John Micelli, this national and local historical treasure will now be protected and preserved for generations to come. Residents may be assured that the people forming the new Belle Vue Conservancy group will be working closely with the citizens of Amherstburg to ensure the building will be used appropriately.
Through collaboration and partnerships, The Amherstburg Belle Vue Conservancy is dedicated to raising 1 million dollars for Phase 1 of restoration to secure; a new roof, windows, gutters and foundation work. These core repairs are of absoluteurgency in order to stabilize the house after years of severe neglect.
We desperately need your help!
ABOUT BELLE VUE CONSERVANCY
Artist Peter Rindlisbacher.
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Corporate Memory- Paul Hertel
Historian-Architecture – Robert Honor
Historian–Building & Owners- Debra Honor
Website & Social Media Coordinator-Bonnie Deslippe
Media & Press Contact– Marcie Graham
Copy Writer – Mary Anne Adam
Events Co-ordinator- Meghan Reiner
Chair, Corporate Outreach – Linda Jackson
Administration – Stephanie Thomson
Amherstburg Town Liaison– Anne Rota
Executive Members of the Belle Vue Conservancy
President – Shirley Curson-Prue
Vice President – Carolyn Davies
Secretary – Jennie LaJoie
Treasurer – Michael Prue
On July 15 and 16, 2017, members of the Belle Vue Conservancy, concerned citizens and the Amherstburg Fort Malden Horticultural Society banded together and armed with clippers, shovels and other gardening implements reclaimed the grounds of Belle Vue. This labour of love transformed the long-neglected historic site to one of hope and new beginnings.