A new look for the Sacred Heart statue

Work continues in the church in Tocqueville. The restoration of the outside statue of the Sacred Heart, which has just been completed, is the first step in a new campaign of work planned over the next three years. Frédéric Rouchet, a statues restorer in Granville, was the craftsman. This 2-metre-high cast-iron statue was erected during the great transformations of the church at the end of the 19th century; it found again the white its whiteness which makes it very visible to those who cross the village.