Celebrating heritage monuments and sites
On Wednesday April 18th 2018, the National Trust of Trinidad and Tobago will join the world in celebrating International Day of Monuments and Sites. This momentous day was established by the International Council on Monuments and Sites (ICOMOS) and is celebrated each year to bring awareness of the importance of conservation of monuments and sites. This year’s theme is Heritage for Generations and the National Trust will host a two part public lecture that would focus on Fretwork.
The lecture will be hosted at the Audrey Jeffers’ House (Briarend), Corner of Sweet Briar and Elizabeth Street, Port of Spain from 5:00p.m and will be facilitated by Rudylynn De Four Roberts, President of ICOMOS TT; and Marcus Skinner, Managing Director of Fretworks. Admission is free.
The National Trust of Trinidad and Tobago is a membership organization which was established by Act No.11 of 1991 and is the national agency responsible for safeguarding the heritage of Trinidad and Tobago. Its mandate is to preserve, protect and provide access to the country’s built and natural heritage. For further details about this event please contact the National Trust of Trinidad and Tobago at 625-6340/225-4750/706-6316, Fax: 226-1008 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org.