On April 22, the National Trust Act was passed in the National Assembly that made provisions for the evolution of the St. Christopher Heritage Society (SCHS) to become the St. Christopher National Trust (SCNT). On October 1, 2009 the St. Christopher National Trust was officially launched at a ceremony at the National Museum Building. The Act lists in its Schedule the heritage sites that will be vested in the Trust. They include the National Museum building (which the Trust already manages) and four others: Stone Fort Gut where Amerindian Petroglyphs exist and Belmont, Spooners and Mansion Estate yards. Each of these sites is important to the interpretation of our national and indeed regional heritage. Each will become an interpretation centre, presenting different aspects of the island’s history and heritage.