Get your free website from Spanglefish

What's left there now

Though little is left of the original Pennant plantations, some archaeological remains can still be found.

I have visited the sites where these plantations once were and more information on the remains will be provided in my forthcoming book on the Pennant plantations in Jamaica. A little snippet on Denbigh plantation here.

Denbigh now

The former Denbigh plantation is now owned and managed by the Jamaica Agricultural Society. It is the site of the annual Denbigh Agricultural, Industrial and Food show, the island's largest agricultural show. Thousands of visitors attend each year.

Remains of its former use as a sugar plantation are few but include a cane crusher (see below), a restored waterwheel, and the foundations of the boiler house. 

Click for Map
sitemap | cookie policy | privacy policy | accessibility statement