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[8 Sep 2013 | 2 Comments | ]

Our story begins with a town hall meeting where it’s announced that Spain is sending a large force to invade and subjugate the English-speaking settlers, known collectively as the Baymen, and African slaves who had been eking out a living mostly by cutting logwood, which was highly valued for producing an indigo dye used in the British textile industry.

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[10 Sep 2012 | 3 Comments | ]

“It’s been amazing to see both Belize and Chaa Creek grow so much during the last three decades, and we’re honoured to have been part of that growth. If those outnumbered patriots fighting so valiantly at St George’s Caye over 200 years ago could see what their beloved British Honduras has become, and the quality of life their descendants are enjoying, I think they would be very happy indeed,” Ms Fleming said.

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[27 Apr 2011 | No Comment | ]
Belize’s British Ties and the Celebration of a Royal Wedding

Throughout Belize people will be gathering to celebrate and express their best wishes for Prince William and Kate Middleton at the occasion of their royal wedding this week.
And it’s no wonder, given the deep and abiding affection most Belizeans have for the Royal Family. Prince William, having trained in Belize with the Welsh Guards, has long been considered a favourite son, and Prince Andrew the Duke of York visited in March 2002 to dedicate a British funded section of the …