Preparations are well under way for the 2019 ICNT and Early Bird rates apply until 30 October 2018. If you’d like to extend your visit to Bermuda, special conference hotel room rates apply for the nights of 23 March-2 April, which covers three nights before and three nights after the actual event. It’s your chance to explore even more of Bermuda! To Secure your place at ICNT 18, Register now and take advantage of special hotel and airline rates. The conference hotel is the Fairmont Southampton situated on a hilltop commanding views of the magnificent South Shore, location of some of the finest beaches in the world. The 2019 ICNT agenda will be stimulating, and you may want to unwind by enjoying the hotel’s facilities such as beach, pools, spa, golf and tennis courts. To secure your place at ICNT 18 CLICK ON THE PHOTO ABOVE, Register now and take advantage of the special hotel and airline rates.
Based on feedback from INTO members, the 2019 ICNT programme is being developed to address the many key issues facing national trusts and other conservation organisations today. The main threads will be inclusiveness, education, built heritage, the environment and capacity building. And we believe we will have some of the most knowledgeable and experienced speakers and moderators to guide our discussions. The complete programme is a work in progress, and everything is being done to ensure it reflects the requests and suggestions from colleagues around the world. Bermuda has a number of conservation challenges of its own, many of which are shared by colleagues in other countries. The conference will include field trips and case studies that will not only be useful, but will provide a glimpse into the workings of this magical island, first written about by William Shakespeare in The Tempest! CLICK ON THE PHOTO ABOVE
The Bermuda National Trust will be welcoming and hosting delegates to the 2019 ICNT - in the same year it celebrates the 50th anniversary of its formation. BNT is a charity, established by Act of Parliament in 1969 to preserve natural, architectural and historic treasures and to encourage public appreciation of them. Its forerunner, the Bermuda Historical Monuments Trust, began its work in 1937. Today BNT is the largest private property owner in Bermuda – with 83 properties, comprising 55 historic buildings, 3 museums and 277 acres of open space. Its primary focus is maintaining its holdings, held in trust “for everyone forever”. In order to ensure that its work continues long into the future, BNT focuses on engaging and including the Bermuda community through education programmes and events providing access to its properties, emphasising the value of this unique island heritage. CLICK ON THE PHOTO ABOVE
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