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Hurricane Irma Hits Anguilla

  • For THE most recent update on Anguilla post-Irma (6am on Oct. 21), click here.
  • For an idea of what to expect in Anguilla this season & a list of businesses who are open, click here.

Help Anguilla Rebuild Now

Anguilla Relief

Shipping Items

General Relief Items: The BEST way to send the items needed most with zero duties is via Help Anguilla's Amazon Wish List. The shipping address will auto fill and much needed items are being added constantly, so check back often.

Alternatively, and if you already have relief items, this is the recommended address to use as the receiving and shipping channel is secure. (This shipping channel is for PUBLIC goods only.)

c/o Thomas Kelly
attn: APLO Relief Initiative
110 Wall St
New York, NY 10005
Email: aplo.newyork@gmail.com


School Supplies: For the Albena Lake Hodge Comprehensive School are being collected by Vanessa Croft. Please see her two Amazon Wish Lists here and here. Mailing address is...

Vanessa Croft Thompson
C/O Anderson Gumbs
1808 Miami Road
Apt #3
Fort Lauderdale, Florida


To send items to specific friends/family, Tropical Shipping has been recommended by many friends of Anguilla in the US.

Tropical has several ports to ship from, including one in New Jersey and one in Florida (one in Florida leaves on Thursdays). They guarantee that you can ship through them to an individual on Anguilla, even to a PO box without a street.

For an idea of shipping costs for a generator, for example, one good friend in The States reports $112.00 to ship aboard Tropical.

Shipments MUST be booked in advance and MUST include the person's name, address and telephone. Visit Tropical's site here for contact info/details (recommend calling).



Top up friends' phones in Anguilla: click here for instructions


Animals of Anguilla: To help the animals of Anguilla, please donate to AARF. Operated by a dedicated group of volunteers, AARF is Anguilla's only animal shelter. They take in and rehabilitate abandoned cats and dogs and have housed many pets during and post Irma. They are currently in large need of a generator and pet food. No donation is too small. To help, please visit AARF.ai to make a tax-deductible donation via PayPal, or send a check to...

c/o Debbie Tabor
9715 Dahlia Avenue
Plan Beach Gardens, FL 33410


AXA Cares Food Bank: Christmas For The Children of Anguilla

With the support of several volunteers of the AXA Cares Food Bank (who annually collects presents for the children of Anguilla), Rebecca Taillon (president of AARF) is asking for donations of Christmas presents for the children of Anguilla. Please consider participating, as I’m sure the number of families reaching out to the food bank for support will increase this year due to the current unemployment situation cause by Irma.

Jim and Rebecca are temporarily in Florida, recovering from injuries Jim sustained in Irma. Rebecca will be receiving the donated goods in Florida, then will consolidate shipments to Anguilla. Folks on island are working on getting permission to accept all donations duty-free.

To aid in the consolidation process, please use USPS LARGE “Priority Mail Flat Rate” boxes (the current postage rate is around $19).

On the outside of the box, please denote:
1. Male or Female
2. Age group (infant, 3-5, 6-10, 11-15)

What you decide to shop for and put in the boxes is up to you - please limit the value of the contents to no more than US$25 per box. Please don’t wrap your contents - we'll wrap the USPS box once it gets to Anguilla.

A few helpful tips, please:
* No candy, due to melting/going rancid prior to the holiday
* If you gift something that requires batteries, please include at least 2 extra sets of the batteries
* No electronics, due to Anglec’s current limitations
* No clothing or shoes, since we don’t know specific sizes of the needy children

A little (less than $25 spent per box in the photo below) can go a long way...

rebecca taillon christmas

rebecca taillon christmas


For more details, contact Rebecca here.


Fundraisers for Individuals, Institutions, Businesses & Their Employees

NOTE: If you are an individual who has a business and/or lives in Anguilla and who has a fundraising platform, please comment below and I will add your link to this webpage.


Help Anguilla Rise!
Join Chef Marc Forgione & Friends For a Caribbean BBQ in NYC

Update: This event took place Oct. 15. A smashing success, the fundraiser pulled in over $70,000 for the Anguilla Foundation. A huge thank you goes out to Chef Marc and all who attended to support and show their love for Anguilla. Click here for photos of the fundraiser.

help anguilla rise fundraiser

Join Chef Marc Forgione on Sunday, October 15th for a Caribbean BBQ to help rebuild Anguilla

marc forgione anguilla rise fundraiser

Chef Marc Forgione will be serving up his favorite food and drinks from Anguilla including, chicken, ribs, grilled lobster, Johnny Cakes and RUM PUNCH.

100% of proceeds will be going to The Anguilla Foundation, providing emergency relief to those Anguillians impacted by Hurricane Irma who are unable to access food and water, rebuild their damaged or destroyed homes, or replace the most essential belongings.

british dependency at anguilla rise fundraiser

Musical Guest from Anguilla: Ishmael Levi of British Dependency

Live and Silent Auction featuring unique dinner experiences, villa rentals, and more!

  • Date: Sunday, October 15th
  • Time: Noon-4pm
  • Location: Restaurant Marc Forgione, 134 Reade Street

Update: This event already took place. .


The Help Anguilla Rebuild Now Fund

Since Hurricane Irma devastated Anguilla on Sept. 6, the outpouring of support has been deeply moving. The community on-island and abroad have sprung into action, repairing, setting up funds and flying in relief supplies. The spirit that defines our island has shone bright in the face of dire circumstances.


sandy ground hurricane anguilla


I am blown away by the generosity and love for the island that is so near and dear to all of our hearts. Our Help Anguilla Rebuild Now fund has raised $75,000.00 USD. Thank you for all of your kindness and support in helping to rebuild Anguilla.


The funds we raised are now being wired to the LOCAL Anguilla Red Cross. The Anguilla Red Cross has been distributing aid from the UK and DFiD to the most needy and are now developing a cash program for the most vulnerable in Anguilla.


red cross anguilla


Supermarkets are stocked with food, water and supplies. The funds we have raised will be transferred into vouchers to purchase food, water, rebuilding materials and medication (discussions with Van Roy Hodge, Director of the Anguilla Red Cross, show that insulin is badly needed and will continue to be a large need). Updates to come via newsletter as the program gets underway.


A huge thank you to Kendall R. Coleman, Jr. (CPA, CGMA, CCA). A Partner of CST Group with professional auditing experience, he has kindly volunteered to audit the account. All funds in, all funds out and how they are being used will be shared here.


sandy island anguilla
Photo: Sandy Island


To bring the entire island back to where it was pre-Irma will be a long-term effort.


If you are planning to visit Anguilla this winter, recovery has been proceeding at an encouraging pace. There will be a season.

  • Internet and power is being restored.
  • Roads and beaches have been cleared.
  • Gas stations, banks, grocery stores and car rentals are open.
  • Hotels & villas have announced re-opening dates and restaurants have begun to re-open.
  • Trans Anguilla is flying into Anguilla daily from St. Kitts and Seaborne is resuming flights into Anguilla via San Juan.
  • Anguilla has announced that it is expanding its runway to 6,000 feet and will be building a brand NEW terminal at Blowing Point.
  • The Anguilla Tourist Board is developing a Voluntourism program.

Click here for the most up to date travel information. (This page will be maintained as information is released.)


It will, of course, take many months to rebuild all of what was. The economy will take a hit with many big hotels (who employ a large percentage of the population) needing months to repair. For more ways to help Anguilla, click here.


ceblue anguilla
Photo: CéBlue


From all of Anguilla, thank you for your help as we rebuild. It is a long road, but together, we will get there.


With all of our love,



For the Hurricane Irma report, keep reading below.

For a list of businesses that are open & travel information, click here.

For news on St. Maarten and Princess Juliana Airport, click here.

For more ways to help Anguilla, click here.

For most recent update, click here.

22 years after devastating Hurricane Luis hit Anguilla on Sept. 5 1995, Hurricane Irma hit Barbuda and later St. Barth, St. Martin and Anguilla as a Category 5 with 185 mph winds on Sept. 6 2017. Hurricane Irma is on record as one of the most powerful and catastrophic storms in history.

Anguilla Beaches' incredible staffer Louise sent in this video before the storm arrived on Sept. 5 2017...

And family friend Mike sent in this harrowing footage as Hurricane Irma's catastrophic winds set in around 8am on Sept. 6 2017...

Anguilla was not given a moment of calm. The eye did not pass over the island. Instead, Irma's powerful eye wall battered our island.

Below are updates as Anguilla rebuilds in Irma's wake. This page will continue to be kept up to date.

Sending 🙏 💗 to everyone who was in Irma's path, and our neighboring St. Martin where many areas have been destroyed. Hoping for the safety and recovery of all who have been affected by this devastating hurricane.


Updates on Aftermath in Anguilla (Most Recent To Top)


Update - Oct. 21 @6am EST

  • Updated SXM & SJU flight info courtesy of Carimar Beach Club. List here.
  • ANGLEC in the Shoal Bay area. Restoration continues!
  • Meze & Veya to re-open mid-December
  • Madeariman is OPEN
  • Funtime to resume operations Oct. 23. Schedule here.
  • Moondance Villa offering summer rates through Summer 2018
  • Pumphouse will not be holding their annual Halloween party. To help Pumphouse rebuild, click here.
  • Roy's to hold Halloween party on Oct. 28. Live music by Niquet & The House @9pm, food & drink specials and PRIZES for best costumes!
  • Blanchards ships two more 40' containers. Will arrive next week. Updates to come.
  • REMINDER: Omari Banks LIVE TONIGHT in NYC, spreading the good word of Caribbean Strong. Event info here.

Nails R Hair is open daily (Sundays 1-5pm) and holding SPECIALS (see below). Call 264-581-5247 or 264-498-7379.

nails r hair specials


Blue Waters in good shape


Demolition begins at Straw Hat


Tasty Friday crayfish specials at Tasty's


Teachers start school with school supplies wrapped by Rotarians, sent by Rotary in USA & Cayman Islands


APANY delivers $130K of goods to Anguilla

To help rebuild Anguilla, click here.



Update - Oct. 19 @3pm EST

  • Revised Regulations of Anguilla with reference to the Customs Duty (exemptions), courtesy of the Anguilla Chamber of Commerce & Industry. Document here.
  • ANGLEC re-connects more of Anguilla, including Little Dix, Long Path and Swing High. Pushing towards West, North and East now. Update here.
  • MoneyGram customers can now receive up to US $9,999.00.
  • Ezone has resumed forwarding shipments to St. Maarten via air transport for onward delivery to Anguilla. Customers are encouraged to forward hurricane relief items to the Post Office Home Shopping (ocean freight) address. Update here.
  • Manoah to re-open Nov. 17
  • Frangipani's soft opening will coincide with Festive Season. They will be accepting new guests in January.
  • Straw Hat aims to open for Christmas, to coincide with Frangipani's re-opening.
  • Hungry's is OPEN with $5 crayfish. Open Monday-Saturday.
  • Jessica's Place in The Valley has re-opened for lunch. Open Monday-Friday, 11am to 3:30pm. 264-498-9464.
  • Marie Albert Furniture store open.
  • NEW Go Fund Me pages have been listed here: Laurie & Deb of Pumphouse, WISE school, Derrick Electronic & Family

Before & After lunch at Sharpy's Shake Shack


Progress at Louis Price rec center. To continue to support Louis Price, please click here.


Fresh vegetables at West End Best Buy


Magnificent Meads Bay blues just outside of Carimar Beach Club


Heartwarming message from Help Anguilla



Update - Oct. 17 @5pm EST

  • Kevin Conboy shares footage of Island Harbour, Meads Bay, Shoal Bay West & Shoal Bay East on Anguilla For Tourists Facebook group. If you haven't joined the group, join here to see the footage.
  • International & regional mail service has resumed.
  • ANGLEC has received a small portion of needed materials and equipment. A step in the right direction, this arrival of materials will help continue the restoration progress. Stay tuned as more areas are reconnected.

Progress at Tropical Sunset. To help Tropical Sunset, click here.


Repairs to begin soon at da'Vida


Rebuilding underway at Straw Hat. To help Straw Hat's employees, click here.


Chef Marc Forgione's BBQ fundraiser, Help Anguilla Rise was a smashing success! Held at Chef Marc's restaurant in NYC, the fundraiser pulled in over 200 people and raised over $70,000. Funds raised go to The Anguilla Foundation. An amazing celebration of Anguilla LOVE, a huge thank you goes out to all who attended and to Chef Marc for his generosity and kindness. More pics from the fundraiser here.

chef marc forgione fundraiser

chef marc forgione fundraiser

chef marc forgione fundraiser

chef marc forgione fundraiser



Update - Oct. 15 @3:45pm EST


Happening TODAY in NYC: Help Anguilla Rise BBQ fundraiser held by Chef Marc Forgione


Anguilla's Jammin rebuilding and regrowing


Nature Explorers Anguilla is reporting excellent birdwatching ahead, having spotted Blue-winged Teal, Northern Shoveler & Ruddy Ducks yesterday


A panoramic view of Meads Bay blue



Update - Oct. 14 @3pm EST

  • About 20% of Anguilla now has power: information from Bonnie Bloom who is doing exceptional work to help Anguilla. Contribute to Bonnie's fund here.
  • Shoal Bay Villas reports that power will be restored to Shoal Bay area first week of November.
  • CuisinArt working to re-open parts of the resort (spa, restaurants, golf) by Dec. 2017. Full operation by Summer 2018.
  • Reflections on Hurricane Irma and the inpsirational story of rebuilding Anguilla in Irma's wake by CuisinArt's Spa Director, Catherine Philips. Article here.
  • Grands Vins de France has re-opened. They are offering a 25% discount until Oct. 31st. Open Monday-Saturday 9:30am-1pm & 2-4pm. Closed Sunday
  • FedEx has resumed shipping services in Anguilla. FedEx office is at Old Factory next. Open Monday through Friday 8:00 am to 5:00 pm.
  • Ken's BBQ re-opens.
  • Sandy Hill Club is open.
  • Moondance Villa is open.
  • Reminder: Pumphouse's Halloween party is ON for Oct. 28. To help Pumphouse rebuild, click here.
  • A call from AXA Cares Food Bank and Rebecca Taillon (president of AARF): Christmas For The Children of Anguilla.

A dose of RendezBLUES from Trudy of True Anguilla


Last night - Tasty's excellent $5 crayfish special


Ruthy's Yum Yum is rebuilding


Drink with a Meads Bay view at Ocean Echo


Omari Banks to donate funds generated by his new single to APANY


A HUGE thank you to Barbados, St. Lucia, St. Vincent, Grenada, St. Kitts, Montserrat and Guyana who have been ehlping to restore power to Anguilla



Update - Oct. 12 @2:15pm EST

  • Latest SXM flight info courtesy of Carimar Beach Club: Click here.
  • Mobile networks (and 3G) have been restored to most of the island
  • Falcon Nest is open
  • Reminder: DJ Sparta & specials tonight at Tasty's
  • This weekend at Roy's: Happy hour specials on Friday, live music by Generate with Omari Banks on Saturday @7:30
  • Coming up in Long Island, NY on Nov. 12: Anguilla Benefit: Mighty Mystic @ Verde Kitchen in Long Island. Details here.
  • Information courtesy of the Anguilla Tourist Board:
    • Frangipani Beach Resort, Quintessence Boutique Hotel, La Vue Boutique Inn and Masara Resort are planning for a December 1st opening.
    • CeBlue Villas & Beach Resort looks forward to welcoming guests for the season; their sister property Fountain Residences will also be open for Festive, as will the Rendezvous Bay hotel.
    • Several Villa rentals will also be back on the market for the Christmas season, some as early as the US Thanksgiving. They include Sunset Homes’ Spyglass Hill, overlooking Sandy Ground; Properties in Paradise villas Beaches Edge, East & West; Cerulean, Santosha, Arushi, and Zenaida. Leviticus Lifestyles is accepting villa reservations from November 15, 2017; their properties include Kishti Villas on Meads Bay.
    • Of note is that the spectacular Bird of Paradise Villa was sold to investors post-Irma, a great vote of confidence in our island as a safe and worthwhile investment.
    • The Four Seasons, Malliouhana, and Zemi Beach House are targeting the first quarter of 2018 as the time frame for reopening to guests. The CuisinArt Golf Resort and Spa and the Reef by CuisinArt anticipate a soft opening by Summer 2018.
    • The Belmond Cap Juluca had closed in August for a long-term, multi-million-dollar renovation; their proposed re-opening date of November 2018 remains unchanged.

Music schedule at Dad's: every Friday 7pm Darvin Mussington & Co, every Sunday 7pm DJ Sugar. More to come!


A look at Patsy's Seaside Villas whose villa Serinity lost its sliding doors when the ocean rushed in, destroying everything in its path and leaving 8" of sand and debris in the building. Help Pasty's rebuild here.

pastys seaside villas hurricane irma


Progress at Anguilla Great House


Tropical Treats served up pistachio and Twix ice cream yesterday


Mouthwatering meals at Sharpy's Shake Shack


ANGLEC working hard to restore power. Many in The Valley and Crocus Hill areas have been re-connected.



Update - Oct. 10 @5:50pm EST

  • SXM accepts first commercial flights today. Up to date flight info here.
  • Fruity Web is open. New website here.
  • Artisan did not suffer major damage. Will be re-open for the season.
  • Reminder: Live music & specials tomorrow evening at Flavours
  • Blanchards Relief Center ordering more supplies. Follow them here for updates on when the next shipment will arrive.
  • GB Express' vessels were spared Irma's wrath. Operations to resume Oct. 21
  • Calypso adds a 3:15pm boat to SXM and a 4:00pm boat to Anguilla. They are also now operating on Sundays, too. UPDATED SCHEDULE =
    AXA to SXM: 945am, 1130am, 315pm
    SXM to AXA: 1030am, 230pm, 400pm
    7 days/week, $65 USD per person, each way
    More details here.
  • Uplifting note on the state of Anguilla & Carimar Beach Club post-Irma. Update here. Carimar is accepting guests who need a place to stay until end of November. Dec. 1 marks the hotel's soft opening with a special 15% discount. Official re-opening is Dec. 21. Post here.
  • A must read on what to expect this tourism season in Anguilla by Neil Freeman of Tranquility Beach, Beaches Edge and Villa Alegria: Click here for the article.

Progress at Picante


Today's lunch specials at Tasty's


Thomas Kelly's second 40' container is on its way to Anguilla


What a difference 1 month makes! Wonderful video by Kenroy of Leviticus on Anguilla's progress post-Irma.



Update - Oct. 9 @4:50pm EST

  • Seaborne has been flying into AXA directly from SJU.
  • SXM re-opens tomorrow. Most up to date SXM flight info courtesy of Carimar Beach Club. Info here.
  • Paradise Cove is open. They re-opened one day post-Irma, accommodating displaced guests and relief personnel. Official post here.
  • Sharpy's Shake Shack is OPEN. Menu here.
  • Aqua Park to re-open for the season
  • Help Anguilla's Amazon Wish List items that were sent to Puerto Rico are now on their way to Anguilla (following Hurricane Maria). The team has also been able to provide transport of many pallets of relief items to friends in Puerto Rico who have donated use of their warehouse long before hurricane Maria impacted the island. Official update here.

A HUGE thank you from the Ocean Echo family to everyone who helped to rebuild the restaurant. Ocean Echo re-opens today, Oct. 9.


Family dinner package at Sharpy's Shake Shack - broiled fish with 4 sides


Yesterday's specials at Roy's, including the famous Sunday roast lunch


Save the date for Sunday's at Dad's. DJ Sugar's Sunday sessions are back!


The American Flamingo has returned to Anguilla


Children have returned to school


Terminal at Blowing Point has been demolished to be rebuilt



Current Information & Businesses OPEN

A must read on what to expect this tourism season in Anguilla by Neil Freeman of Tranquility Beach, Beaches Edge and Villa Alegria: Click here for the article.

  • Non-residents and vacationers are all able to enter Anguilla. UK Government travel advice here.
  • Anguilla Air Services offering charters to/from Antigua and St. Kitts, scheduled flights to SXM
  • Seaborne offering scheduled flights to/from SJU
  • Trans Anguilla offering charters and scheduled flights to St. Kitts, Nevis and Statia for $100-200. Book online here.
  • Anguilla to expand its runway to 6,000 feet to accomodate 737s and to build NEW Blowing Point terminal.

  • SXM: Re-opens for commercial flights on Oct. 10. List of SXM & SJU flights courtesy of Carimar Beach Club.
  • Calypso running boats SXM-AXA Monday-Sunday. Boats leave TO SXM at 9:45am, 11:30am, 3:15pm. Boats leave TO AXA 10:30am, 2:30pm, 4pm. In SXM - boats arrive/depart from Police Station in Simpson Bay. $65 USD per person each way, cash only + departure tax. Call Rosmund at 1-264-476-8504 or in SXM, call Jasmin at 1-721-554-3188. Full details here.
  • Funtime to resume operations Oct. 23
  • GB Express to resume service Oct. 21
    Electricity & Internet...
  • ANGLEC is working hard to re-connect power. Roughly 20% of the island has been re-connected. Latest look at the grid that's been re-connected here.
  • Mobile networks (including 3G) have been restored to most of the island
  • Some areas have WiFi (ex., FLOW's office, Best Buy West End), waiting on full island restoration
  • Kenroy Herbert of Leviticus has been organizing island-wide clean ups
  • Anguilla Tourist Board has been cleaning Anguilla's beaches and will be announcing a Voluntourism program
    OPEN Hotels & Villas
  • Carimar officially re-opens Dec. 21. Accepting guests who need a place to stay through Oct. & Nov. Soft opening Dec. 1-20 (with special discounted rate).
  • CéBlue to re-open for high season.
  • Fountain Anguilla expected to open for high season.
  • Frangipani's soft opening to coincide with Festive Season. New guests in January.
  • La Vue to re-open on Dec. 1. Will make exceptions and open a bit earlier for travelers in need of a place to stay. Call or Whatsapp 1-264-476-1503 or call 1-264-497-3000
  • Paradise Cove
  • Manoah re-opens Nov. 17
  • Sandy Hill is open
  • Shoal Bay Villas re-opens Nov. 1
  • Quintessence Boutique Hotel to re-open Dec. 1
  • West End Bay Apartments

  • Arushi Villa
  • Beaches Edge villa to re-open in November
  • Cerulean Villa
  • Moondance Villa - offering summer rates through Summer 2018
  • Santosha Villa
  • Spyglass Hill Villa
  • Vanessa Croft's Eden House Pool Cottage to take bookings starting mid-November
  • Villa Alegria to re-open in December
  • Villa Kai to re-open to re-open Dec. 1
  • Zenaida
  • Properties in Paradise has villas available for Festive and Winter Season. Contact: katie@propertiesinparadise.com or +1 (264) 235-2816
  • Leviticus has villas available for Festive and Winter Season. Contact: concierge@leviticuslifestyle.com or 1.264.498.2110
    OPEN Restaurants
  • Andy's
  • B&D's
  • Ben's Pit Stop
  • Coconuts (lunch daily)
  • Corner Bar
  • Dad's. Live music Friday & Sunday night @7pm.
  • Dolce Vita to re-open on Nov. 15
  • English Rose
  • Falcon Nest
  • Ferryboat Inn
  • Flavours (live music and specials on Friday & Saturday)
  • Fruity Web
  • Hall's Bakery
  • Hungry's
  • Jessica's Place
  • Johnno's Thurs-Sat. Live music on Sunday afternoon.
  • Kel's Candy
  • Ken's BBQ
  • Lisa's Restaurant
  • MacDonna's
  • Madeariman
  • Mary's Bakery
  • Meze to re-open mid-December
  • Ocean Echo
  • Pizza King
  • Roy's Bayside Grill open Tues.-Sun. from 12pm 'til closing
  • Sharpy's Shake Shack
  • Straw Hat aiming to re-open for Christmas
  • Tasty's. Live music & specials on Thursday evening.
  • Tropical Treats
  • Valley's Roadside BBQ - by the Sandy Ground round about
  • Veya to re-open mid-December
  • Zack's Shwarma
    OPEN Rental Cars
  • AH&R Car Rental -- (264) 772-4147 or (264) 582-6673
  • Andy's Auto Rentals -- 264-584-7010 / 264-235-7010
  • Arnold - A&D Car Rental -- 264-584-1818 / 264-584-1919
  • Bass Car Rentals -- 264-729-3522 / 264-235-6494 / 264-584-6494
  • D&D Car Rental -- 264-235-7178
  • Highway Rent A Car -- 264-584-8471 / 264-235-6022
  • Island Car Rental
  • Junie's - info@juniescarrental.com
    OPEN Grocery, Bank, etc.
  • Albert Lake's
  • Ashley's
  • Best Buy Long Path 7am-7pm, West End 6am-7pm
  • JW Proctors
  • Merchants Market
  • Grands Vins de France
  • International Wines & Spirits
  • Tropical Distributors
  • Gas Stations by Immigration and in Long Path, Blowing Point (2), The Valley, West End
  • CIBC First Caribbean open from 9am to 12noon
  • NCBA (The Valley) & ATM for NCBA (main branch). Hours: 9am to 5pm at the Main Branch
  • Scotia Bank
  • Digicel & FLOW
    OPEN Other
  • Anguilla Garden Center
  • Coral Reef Bookstore
  • Dungeon Gym
  • Gadget City
  • Magic City
  • Marie Albert Furniture Store
  • Nails R Hair
  • Pampered Pets
  • St. Gerard's Church
  • Suneel Pharmacy
  • FedEx (now at the Old Factory)

Most recent Hurricane Irma update here.


Previous Hurricane Irma Updates

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Up-to-date information on Anguilla post-Irma here.

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