Friday, April 12, 2024

Those were the good ol’ days at CP


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IT WAS A COLERIDGE & PARRY REUNION of sorts when this group of alumni from the St Peter school had a chance meeting at the Lloyd Erskine Sandiford Centre recently.
They were all participating in the Second Barbados Network Consultation which attracted hundreds of Barbadians from the diaspora. The meeting was the forum through which Prime Minister Freundel Stuart said Government sought feedback from Barbadians living abroad and to expand its outreach to “all those people throughout the world who identify with Barbados”.
The CP “boys” catching up on old times: (from left)  Barbados’ High Commissioner to Canada Evelyn Greaves, retired teacher Martin Ramsay, United States-based Barbadian author and educator Dr Ronald Williams, Barbadian Eddie Griffith – two-time mayor of Harringey in London, and retired Coleridge and Parry principal Alwyn Adams. (Picture by Gercine Carter.)


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