St. Christopher, the first Caribbean island to be permanently settled by both the English and the French (who shared the island between 1627 and 1713 ), was a model and a springboard for English and French colonialism in the Caribbean and elsewhere.
 
'Second Annual Easter Cannonball Hunt'

On Sunday 14th April it’s the second Annual Easter Cannonball Hunt at the Brimstone Hill Fortress National Park at 11: 00am.  Bring your children aged 5-12 years and have loads of fun. Several great prizes to be won and fun activities for the kids like bouncing castle, football and lucky dip.

For children taking part in this event the registration fee  is only $5.00. Regular admission fees apply to all other visitors to the park including adults accompanying the children participating in the hunt. The Park shall be open for its regular hours.


Registration forms can be collected at Celebration City, Rosemary Lane, Brimstone Hill Society, Taylor’s Range, Brimstone Hill Fortress National Park, St. Thomas Parish or the St. Christopher National Trust, Bay Road. Registration ends Friday 12th April 2013.


For those registered participants requesting transportation please note that a shuttle bus will be available to take them up to the hill starting at 10:00 am to 3:00 pm at the top of every hour.


See you on Sunday!





 

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