Government’s Division of Culture is urging stakeholders, relevant associations and other interested persons to obtain copies of the draft Preservation of Antiquities and Relics Bill, peruse it and make suggestions to the Division on how it can be improved.

The Bill is now available at the Division of Culture and Sports, Warrens Office Complex, St. Michael, and the National Cultural Foundation, West Terrace, St. James.

It may also be viewed online by visiting the Media Download Section of the Barbados Government Information Service’s website at

Barbados’ cultural artifacts have greatly contributed to the development of its national identity and provided critical clues to the country’s cultural, economic, and social history, especially in relation to the lives of the island’s original inhabitants. As such, there is growing concern for the protection and preservation of various aspects of the country’s cultural heritage.

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