News Release HAMILTON, Bermuda “This collaborative effort embodies the spirit of unity within our Ministry,” remarked Minister of Public Works Lt. Col. the Hon. David Burch, about a Ministry initiative to spread Christmas cheer.

The holiday season has come alive with a touch of traditional Bermudian charm at the Crow Lane roundabout in Paget, courtesy of the efforts of the Ministry of Public Works’ Departments collaborating to bring festive joy to the community.

This initiative, spearheaded by the Department of Parks, showcases the essence of a Bermudian Christmas by installing wooden miniature homes adorning these roundabouts. 

Minister Burch added: “Our teams’ combined talents and dedication have resulted in these beautiful displays that aim to spread joy and warmth during this special time of year.”

The displays, crafted and painted by the skilled hands of the Department of Works and Engineering’s carpentry shop, reflect the Island’s unique architectural heritage.

The brainchild of the talented craftspeople at Fort St. Catherine, the intricate design and construction of these miniature homes symbolise the unity and teamwork that define Bermuda’s cultural fabric. 

The Ministry extends its gratitude to all involved, acknowledging the hard work and commitment that went into bringing this vision to life. 

For more information and to catch a glimpse of these delightful installations, the public is encouraged to visit the Crow Lane roundabout throughout the holiday season.