Dr. Lennox Honychurch


As an Honorary Research Fellow of the University of the West Indies, distinguished Caribbean anthropologist, Dr. Lennox Honychurch is well-versed in Caribbeana and island heritage services. These include environmental conservation, art and design, Carnival costume-making, historic building research and restoration, broadcasting and drama.


A lecturer and tour leader with wide expertise in areas of Caribbean history, indigenous people, folklore, politics, geography and ecology, Dr. Honychurch has extensive experience in guiding and giving lectures to university-organised cruises, including for Cambridge University  in the  UK and various universities in the United States.


His past trips include several visits to Venezuela, up the Orinoco River, in the Dutch Antilles ABC islands of Aruba, Bonaire and Curacao and all of the Lesser Antilles and Trinidad and Tobago up into the Virgin Islands. He is also very involved in historic restoration, including directing the restoration of Fort Shirley at the Cabrits National Park Dominica; designing the layout of the interpretation centre of Betty's Hope Plantation in Antigua; advising on the restoration and layout of the visitor site at Fort Frederick in St. Georges, Grenada; and designing a restoration programme for Fort Charlotte, Kingstown, in St. Vincent and the Grenadines.