National Heroes and Heroines Day is a public holiday in Anguilla which falls on December 19 annually. It was previously known as Separation Day.
Separation Day was originally established to celebrate the anniversary of political separation of Anguilla from the territory of Saint Christopher-Nevis-Anguilla in 1980.
The Government of Anguilla eventually made the decision to rename the holiday to National Heroes and Heroines Day. The holiday is dedicated to all heroes and heroines who played an important role in the history of Anguilla and made significant sacrifices for its prosperity.
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Hughes, 19, was born on the British overseas territory of Anguilla, but has held a British passport since birth. His training partner is Usain Bolt and he is already being compared with the Jamaican six-time Olympic champion. Hughes said he was “” and “” to represent Team GB. Facebook Comments
Saturday, July 11, 2015, marked a night of celebration, as What We Do In Anguilla commemorated 25 years of service to the tourism industry and Anguilla during a cocktail and awards ceremony with its advertisers, supporters, contributors, well-wishers and other fellow stakeholders at DaVida Restaurant and Bayside Grill. George Hodge