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We hope you'll all attend two upcoming meetings to find out more about East End happenings and opportunities!
On Tuesday, The St. George's Parish Council will hold a Public Meeting. They'll share their highlights and plans, plus have special guest speakers, including our own Dr. Charlotte Andrews, who will discuss East End Heritage and Culture.
The Bermuda Tourism Authority will share the Hub 1 Cultural Tourism Plan for St. George's and St. David's on Wednesday and Thursday (same session both nights). St. George's Foundation was part of the planning process along with other cultural groups, town leaders, and businesses, so we are excited that the plan will not be shared with the public and eager to get feedback. (2 photos) ... See MoreSee Less
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Yesterday was a great day at the Bermuda Tourism Authority's Summit! If you are on twitter, check out the hashtag #BTAsummit as our Development Director, Kristin, and a number of other social media users provided summary and ideas throughout the day.
We heard about the America's Cup, marketing trends and initiatives, and the Bermuda Hospitality Institute's new National Service Standards Programme. Breakout sessions explored how we can make the most of online tools like Trip Advisor, how to attract visitors from Europe, and Bermuda's vacation rental market.
We hope that all of us are able to build on and leverage the energy and excitement created by the event! Great job Bermuda Tourism!
(Photo by Dejon Simons of Bermuda Memes) ... See MoreSee Less
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Oye! Oye! Thanks to @citylifebda for this photo of our David Frith and Hamilton's Ed Christopher!---The Town Crier of St. George's & the Town Crier of Hamilton this morning presenting to the middle school students at MSA, telling them all about the Bermuda International Town Crier Competition and how they can become a Junior Town Crier! #BITCC2015 ... See MoreSee Less
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"Much of the historic Town’s built fabric remains intact. The buildings shown in red are pre-1800, while those in blue date between 1800 and 1900..."
See the 1999 submission to UNESCO for World Heritage Site Status, detailing all of the historic buildings, spaces, and forts. Status was granted in December 2000.
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