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COMMUNITY NOTICE       The highly anticipated St. Christopher National Trust History and Heritage Hike 2016 will take place on Saturday 27th February. The hike will highlight one aspect of this year’s History and Heritage theme – the marine environment! Start time is at 6:00 am. The route will […]

PRESS RELEASE   For the third time in consecutive years, the George Moody Stuart School emerged as champion of the “Know Your Country” Primary Schools Quiz.  The Annual Quiz, one of the signature activities of the History and Heritage Month (February-March), is based upon the Social Studies syllabus for Primary […]

George Moody Stuart Wins Three In A Row

Press Release The St. Christopher National Trust held its 4th Annual General Meeting on Tuesday 29th October, 2013 at its office at the Old Treasury Building, Basseterre. In his President’s Report, Mr. Tapley Seaton QC, reflected on the Trust’s past year’s activities including its advocacy in matters of preservation and […]

The St. Christopher National Trust Annual General Meeting (AGM) Update

Press Release St. Thomas/St. Anne Heritage Trail Breakfast tickets Tickets for the heritage trail fundraising breakfast which will be held on Saturday 27th July 6:00-9:00 am at the Historic Sandy Point Market are now available. You can obtain your tickets from the St. Christopher National Trust in the Old Treasury […]

Tickets Now On Sale for Heritage Trail Breakfast

By Orita Bailey Reports reaching The St. Christopher National Trust of the filling in of the Half Moon Bay Salt Pond has caused that body to write to the Director of Physical Planning & Environment & Secretary to Development, Planning & Control Board, requesting information on planned development at the […]

The St. Christopher National Trust Raises Concerns Over the Half ...

For years now, the reports to the relevant authorities by the St. Christopher Heritage Society (SCHS), now the St. Christopher National Trust (SCNT), of the theft of cut stone and the consequent destruction of our heritage sites by unconscionable individuals have fallen on deaf ears.