Bermuda Day 10th Anniversary

  We can’t believe it – Bermuda Day in London, the annual gathering of all things Bermudian, celebrates its 10th anniversary this year 2018.  It seems like it was just yesterday that we hosted the first ever event, with only a hand full of people enjoying the celebrations to now 10 years later, celebrating with […]

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David Chapman

How can an island be a “living museum”? What is this place where the past comes to life? Explore the amazing plants and animals of nonsuch island! Visit a place where few others are allowed to go and see what many have never seen! This series of books is dedicated to educating young explorers about […]

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Mary Prince

Mary Prince was born into enslavement in Brackish Pond, Bermuda, in 1788, Prince and her siblings, were raised by her adoring mother until she was 12. Her mother was a household slave to a family called Williams, and Mary would later write that she “was made quite a pet of by the Williams’s child, Miss […]

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Lucinda Spurling

The Lion and the Mouse, the story of Bermuda and America. Narrated by Michael Douglas, The Lion and the Mouse: The Story of America and Bermuda, is a story about the history of Bermuda and how it is intertwined with the history of the United States and of it’s survival in a competitive world. From […]

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Books

Despite Bermuda’s small size of only 21 square miles and a population of only 64,000 people, it has been extensively written about and documented, from William Shakespeare’s Bermuda influenced play “The Tempest to Cyril Packwood’s “Chained to the Rock. Bermuda’s unique beauty and location in the Atlantic Ocean, along with its culture, heritage and history, which […]

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Films

Earl Cameron Earl Cameron, CBE (born 8 August 1917) is a Bermudian actor. He is known as one of the first black actors to break the “colour bar” in the United Kingdom. With his appearance in 1951’s Pool of London, Cameron becames the first black actor to take up a starring role in a British […]

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