• John Orna-Ornstein

    Posted on February 5, 2019 by in Speakers

    John Orna-Ornstein is director of culture and engagement for the UK National Trust, with responsibility for leading the organisation’s care for, and programming of, its historic places. John was formerly director of museums for Arts Council England and head of London and national programmes for the British Museum, where he started his career as curator […]

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  • David Bond

    Posted on February 5, 2019 by in Speakers

    David Bond is an award-winning director, producer and writer of documentary, commercial and short film projects, exploring social and political themes. David’s acclaimed feature documentary “Erasing David” (2010) was released in cinemas, shown on Channel 4 in the UK, and played on TV and at festivals around the world.

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  • Gibraltar of the West. Tuesday, March 26 and Sunday, March 31

    Posted on December 23, 2018 by in Conference 2019, Venue

    Come along to hear a story of great intrigue where 91 forts were constructed around the islands of Bermuda for two very different reasons! On our adventure will take us to 3 fortresses of great importance since the country was first established in 1612. You’ll visit Fort Scaur, built as a significant first-line of defence, […]

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  • Getting to know the capital. Tuesday, March 26 and Sunday, March 31

    Posted on December 23, 2018 by in Conference 2019, Venue

    Enjoy a walking tour of Bermuda’s capital with the knowledgeable award-winning Hamilton Town Crier Ed Christopher. This two-hour tour of the City of Hamilton is a not-to-be-missed cultural experience with commentary that’s guaranteed to be as colourful as the Town Crier’s wardrobe. This walk through Hamilton that will provide insights into the city’s past, present […]

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  • Nonsuch Island. Monday 25 March

    Posted on December 23, 2018 by in Conference 2019, Venue

    This is a chance to see the second rarest seabird on the planet and Bermuda’s single most important nature reserve. Bermuda’s Conservation Officer, Jeremy Madeiros, will show visitors around Nonsuch Island where the critically endangered Bermuda Petrel or “Cahow” is being nurtured – having been rediscovered after 300+ years of being considered to be “extinct”. […]

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    Stay a while ~ EARLY BIRD DISCOUNT ENDS DECEMBER 15

    Posted on December 6, 2018 by in Conference 2019, Venue

    Bermuda is a tiny and isolated archipelago in the north Atlantic Ocean – and there’s so much to do there! It’s always a surprise to visitors how much there is to see and do on just 21 square miles. A number of conference delegates are planning to arrive early and/or stay after the conference and […]

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  • An agenda for all: ICNT Bermuda

    Posted on December 6, 2018 by in Conference 2019, Venue

    The latest version of the conference programme has been circulated to all registrants. Conference sessions will cover the whole of Bermuda, east to west, providing delegates with a rich all-island experience. Day 1 (Wednesday 27 March) we go east to the UNESCO World Heritage Site of St George’s, Bermuda’s capital until 1815. Delegates will be […]

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  • Mad about plastic

    Posted on December 6, 2018 by in Conference 2019, Theme

    Single-use plastic items such as straws, bags, and cups have their days numbered in Bermuda (we hope!). Setting out its annual legislative agenda recently, the Bermuda Government has set 2020 as the year Bermuda aims to substantially reduce its single-use plastics usage by introducing a charge with a view to elimination of these items by […]

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  • The world view on cultural heritage – Andrew Potts

    Posted on December 6, 2018 by in Conference 2019, Speakers

    Andrew Potts is to join the knowledgeable and respected ICNT group of speakers. Andrew is coordinator of the ICOMOS Working Group on Climate Change and Cultural Heritage which aims to mobilise the cultural heritage sector in support of climate change action. Andrew, a lawyer, is a partner in the Tax Credit Finance & Syndication practice […]

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  • Arms Wide Open – ICNT’s Theme and Objectives

    Posted on November 26, 2018 by in Conference 2019, Theme

    The conference aims to strengthen the global National Trust network in the protection and preservation of heritage through a deeper engagement of its diverse local communities, and to bring member and like-minded organisations together to share information, best practices and inspiration. The theme of the conference is “Arms Wide Open” and the recurring thread throughout […]

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