Devil’s Hole re-opened to the public in May 2010 after 18 months of work to make-over the site by Royal Monmouthshire Engineers. The project was made possible due to the donation of the Creux du Vis headland to the National Trust by the Clarke Family. The donation marked the start of the trust’s Coastline Campaign to safeguard the island’s coastline for future generations. The bequest was made in memory of former St Helier Constable Fred Clarke. Fred’s brothers John Clarke and Tony Clarke, together with Fred’s youngest daughter Emma were present at the unveiling of the refurbished site and officially opened it to the public.