Lennox Honychurch (born on December 27, 1952 in Portsmouth, Dominica) is Dominica's most noted historian and a politician. He is well known for writing 1975's The Dominica Story, the 1980s textbook series The Caribbean People, and the 1991 travel book Dominica: Isle of Adventure. He was largely responsible for compiling the exhibit information for The Dominica Museum in Roseau.
Honychurch served as a senator in the House of Assembly of Dominica from 1975-1979 as a member of the Dominica Freedom Party. When the DFP formed the government in 1980 he also served as Press Secretary to The Government of Dominica until 1981.
- "About me", lennoxhonychurch.com, accessed June 12, 2008.
- Official site
- Raymond Ramcharitar, "Lennox Honychurch: Icon of the island", Caribbean Beat, Issue 113, November/December 2011.
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