St Peter’s ramps up disabled access

News  |  May 13, 2021

Long serving Vestry member Betty Smith A ramp made of Bermuda cedar has been installed at a historic church to make life easier for disabled people. The Friends of St Peter’s Church, in St George, said the ramp to the vestry was opened last Sunday. A spokeswoman added: “The ramp was a project of The Friends of St Peter’s Church and continues their objective of making the 400 year-o... Read more

Nine tourism entrepreneurs to receive funding from BTA

News  |  May 11, 2021

St. Peter's Church, part of the UNESCO World Heritage Site at the Town of St. George, has won funding for African Diaspora Heritage tours celebrating stories of Bermuda's Black history. Rev. Lorne Bean is pictured at the door of the centuries old Anglican church.Nine tourism entrepreneurs are to receive funding through the Bermuda Tourism Authority’s Experience Investment Programme. In addit... Read more

The final casualty of the last US/UK war commemorated

News  |  February 21, 2021

The last casualty of a 19th century war between the United Kingdom and the United States was remembered today. A ceremony to commemorate Midshipman Richard Dale of the US Navy was held at St Peter’s Church, St George, where the young officer, aged 20 when he died in the Olde Towne, is buried. Richard Spurling, chairman of the Friends of St Peter’s Church, which organises the annual even... Read more