By Athama Bowe
Fox Hill Day is the second Tuesday in August. This is a day in Fox Hill when the descendants celebrate their heritage by gathering on the park and in the churches to do recitations and to climb the greasy pole and dance around the maypole. This year the modern version festival was 30 years old, although it dates back to at least the 1880s. The Leader of the Opposition Philip Davis together with former Fox Hill MP Fred Mitchell and former Prime Minister Perry Christie gathered in Fox Hill for the event.