Supporting Bermuda’s UNESCO World Heritage Site, the Historic Town of St. George and its related Fortifications, through Collaboration, Education and Awareness. We invite you to move forward with us!Membership Sign Up or Donate
Sri Lankan Association bands together to clean up forts – The Royal Gazette, March 6, 2023
Restored forts could be tourism magnet – The Royal Gazette, February 13, 2023
Bermuda flag set to fly over old fort as clean-up work continues at historic site – The Royal Gazette, January 31, 2023
Fort emerges from a forest of trees thanks to charity and small army of volunteers – The Royal Gazette, January 3, 2023
Abandoned Car removed from Fort Victoria – BerNews, August 24, 2022
The St. George’s Crown – Summer/Fall 2022
Fit to Fly BDA donates to local charities – The Royal Gazette, July 3, 2022
National Trust honours work of people benefiting Bermuda – The Royal Gazette, June 25, 2022
Wanted: “weekday warriors” to help in fort restoration work – The Royal Gazette, April 27, 2022
Garden Club donates $10,000 to help fort preservation work – The Royal Gazette, March 12, 2022
Intensive restoration work at 1820s fort under way – The Royal Gazette, January 13, 2022
SGF Ferry Island Fort Preservation & Restoration – The Royal Gazette, November 18th, 2021
The St. George’s Crown – Summer/Fall 2021
National Cultural Heritage Policy for Bermuda – 2021-2026 – PDF Download
We work with the community and key partners including the Department of Parks, Corporation of St. George, Department of Community and Cultural Affairs, Bermuda National Trust, Bermuda National Museum, St. George’s Historical Society, St. Peter’s Church, and The African Diaspora Heritage Trail to protect, restore, preserve and promote the Historic Town of St. George and Related Fortifications.
We aim to provide a variety of programs for Bermuda’s schoolchildren, our community and visitors which highlight the Town of St. George and its Related Fortifications.
Our continuing effort to preserve and restore the wider parts of the World Heritage Site is by informing the public, both here and abroad, about everything to do with the UNESCO World Heritage Site and all it has to offer. This includes providing information about the Forts not available to the public due to their protected status.
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