Monthly archives:October 2013

  • On September 19th 2013, the Federation of St. Kitts and Nevis celebrated its 30th year of Independence, an important milestone in the life of the Nation and its citizens. Among the fanfare and commemoration activities throughout the country, the SCNT travelled ‘Back In Time’ via the St. Kitts Sceni[...]
  • It is near the site of the present church that the first Anglican Parish Church in the West Indies is thought to have been erected. The founder of the first English settlement Captain Thomas Warner recruited Rev. John Featley to come to St.Kitts to minister the new colony. The original Church is bel[...]
  • Spooner’s Estate is located east of the town of Cayon. The site, one of those vested in the SCNT, affords fine views of the surrounding countryside, is rich in agro-industrial history spanning both the sugar and cotton periods, and contains the only surviving cotton ginnery on the island. Read Full[...]
  • Liburd and Associates are in the final stages of doing a general clean up of historic Spooner’s Ginnery in Cayon, one of the sites vested in the SCNT. Board Members Schneidman Warner and Austin Gumbs have been leading this effort with assistance from community members and groups. Thanks to funds mad[...]