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Press Release 25 July 2014 Second Annual Brimstone Hill Emancipation Festival, Calling All From Poets to Cooks Striving to Educate While Eradicating the Stigma of Slavery Calling all of our creative and talented people, whether are a singer, poet, dancer, musician, dramatist, mime or cook. Brimstone Hill is calling you, […]

Second Annual Brimstone Hill Emancipation Festival,

The Brimstone Hill Fortress Society has released their upcoming activities to celebrate the Federation’s 30th anniversary of independence. Please click the following links to view and get on board. Brimstone Hill Activities 30th Independence Anniversary 2013 A great age to be Fit and Fearless 2013 Photo Credit: Cameron St. Pierre […]


By Leonora Williams The 15th Annual Emancipation Concert, held at the historic Brimstone Hill on Sunday 12th August, was as usual packed with local talent, encompassing, music, dancing, spoken word and drumming. The programme this year was preluded by session by local folklore – Moko Jumbies, Clowns and Masquerades and […]

Brimstone Hill’s 15th Annual Emancipation Concert

BASSETERRE, ST. KITTS, (CUOPM) The Great Siege of Brimstone Hill in 1782 will be re-enacted for public viewing by the British Soldiers Fund. The battle will be re-enacted twice daily on March 30 and 31, 2012 as part of Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee celebrations, by the U.S.-based re-enactors at […]

Great Siege Of Brimstone Hill In 1782 to be Re-Enacted ...

Press Release Crucial Bankie and Mick Stokes headline 2011 Brimstone Hill Emancipation Concert It’s the 14th annual Emancipation Concert at Brimstone Hill, a celebration in song, poetry, dance and folklore of a valiant people’s struggle against bondage. This year Mick Stokes and Crucial Bankie join us in our celebration on […]


By Cameron St. Pierre Gill Historic fortifications like the Brimstone Hill Fortress provide us with not only an opportunity to study military architecture, technology and defensive strategy, but we can also gain insight into the daily lives of their inhabitants. Brimstone Hill was not only a fortress but also a […]

Preserving a Site of Outstanding Universal Value, Part Two

Today Tuesday 17th May, the new Interactive Map has been launched on the website of the Brimstone Hill Society. Just go to www.brimstonehillfortress.org to experience this exciting new feature, which includes pop-up images and brief descriptions of most of our major structures and features.

Exciting New Interactive Feature on Brimstone Hill Website