Louis-françois Passy’s friends have bought for him this property to give it a citizenship certificate. The convent of Recollets thus becomes during 190 years the Passy family property. This family gave in the 19th century, eminent servants of the state and in particular the first Nobel peace prize in 1901. The property was then belonged to Madame Marie Françoise Louise Adelaïde Passy, Countess De Beuil, having been received in the estate of M. Louis Paulin Passy her father and then to the consortium De Beuil her descendants.
Today, the park project helps restore its letter of nobility to Gisors’s sector. In a step of enhancement of quality of life and sustainable development of the commune, the plot has been acquired by the municipality in 1997. The draft Environmental Park is in the process of preserving the environment, blue for the river, green for the nature. But also to provide the town center of a real green lug, with the aim in the long term to establish continuity through an already existing network of paths, which need to be marked out, equipped and landscaped.
The environmental park is open from 8:30 am to 4 pm from November 1st to January 31st until 6 pm from February 1st to March 31st and until 7:30 pm from April 1st to October 31st.