Thursday, April 18, 2024

Princess Margaret pays tribute to Cox


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STUDENTS of the Princess Margaret Secondary School paid moving tribute to a former colleague through a church service at the Six Roads, St Philip institution this morning.
The service which lasted about one hour and a half was held in memory of 13-year-old Gregory Cox who died tragically after he was crushed against the Oistins jetty by a boat last Sunday.
Messages of reflection came from representatives across the school in song and sermon.
The loss of young Cox was made more poignant when the school’s staff chorale paid a special tribute in song with There is a Place for Little Children.
In attendance were Gregory’s mother Althea Cox, step-father Dexter Browne and grand-mother Margaret Cox. (JS)


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