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On April 22, 2009 the National Trust Act was passed in the National Assembly authorizing the transformation of the St. Christopher Heritage Society to the St. Christopher National Trust. The Act gave the National Trust authority to manage and develop certain heritage sites on the island of St. Kitts. These sites include:

Stone Fort Ghaut

On April 22, the National Trust Act was passed in the National Assembly that made provisions for the evolution of the …

Spooner’s Ginnery

Spooner’s Estate is located east of Cayon. The site, which affords fine views of the surrounding countryside, is rich in …

Old Treasury Building

The Old Treasury Building was built in the year 1894 and after completion a number of government departments, including the …

Mansions Estate Yard

This planation can be traced back to he first half of the eighteenth century when the Honourable William Woodley owned …

Charles Fort

The Cleverley Hill Fort was built between 1678 and 1689 as a protecting fort and deodand. Forts were essential in …

Belmont Estate

The property of Belmont was formerly owned by the French which was less than 100 acres when Peter Brotherson acquired …

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