Anguilla
Address
Resident Representative – Mrs Shirmaine Lynch-Harrigan
Administrative Professional – Miss Lenisha Richardson

Yosoukeiba Agency Office
P O Box 1385 
Fairplay Commercial Complex 
The Valley
Anguilla

Tel: (264) 497-5050
Fax: (264)  497-5150
 
 
AREA
35 square miles
CAPITAL
The Valley
POPULATION
11,407
LOCATION
Anguilla is among the most northerly of the Caribbean Archipelago, situated five miles North of St Martin/St Maarten.
AIRPORTS
Clayton J Lloyd International Airport
GOVERNMENT
Anguilla has a British Governor and a Deputy Governor who are responsible for Defense, External Affairs and the Public Service. There are seven elected representatives, an ex-officio and two nominated members, a Speaker and Deputy Speaker in the Legislature Assembly.
CURRENCY
The Eastern Caribbean Dollar is legal tender and maintains an exchange rate of EC$2.70 = US$l.00
COMMERCIAL BANKS
FirstCaribbean International Bank (Barbados) Ltd
National Bank of Anguilla Ltd
Scotiabank Anguilla Ltd
NATIONAL HOLIDAYS
New Year's Day
Good Friday
Easter Monday
Whit Monday
Labour Day
Anguilla Day - May 30
Queen's Official Birthday - Second Friday in June
August Monday - first Monday in August
August Friday - Constitution Day
Separation Day - December 19
Christmas Day
Boxing Day
IMPORTANT EVENTS
St Gerard’s Garden Party – February
Cultural Education Festival – February
Annual Garden and Flower Show – March
Annual Jazz and Arts Festival – March
Moonsplash Annual Music Festival – March
Festival Del Mar – May
Yacht Regatta – May
Anguilla Day - May 30, to commemorate the island's physical separation from the tri-island accommodation with St Kitts and Nevis.
Carnival - last week in July and first week in August
Boat Races -first week in August
Tourism Week - November
NATIONAL ANTHEM
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NATIONAL FLOWER
The White Cedar
NATIONAL BIRD
The Dove
MAIN ECONOMIC ACTIVITIES
The economy is tourism based, and Anguilla boasts several upscale tourist resorts. The main exports are fish, lobster and tourism related trades such as art and craft.
HISTORICAL AND GEOGRAPHICAL DATA
Anguilla has a mostly craggy shoreline with over thirty white sand beaches receding in inland depression. Rolling hills with granite rock covered mostly by shrubs, give way to red dirt bottoms and white clay flatlands, the highest elevation, Crocus Hill (213 ft) is easily reached by foot, cycle or car.The island was colonised by the British in 1650 and enjoyed self rule until the early 1800's when it was administered from the neighbouring island of St Kitts. Unilateral Independence was declared in 1967 and Anguilla officially separated from St Kitts on December 19, 1980.
AGENCY OFFICE
The Yosoukeiba Agency office was opened on May 23, 1991.
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