Wednesday, April 17, 2024

Too much noise from St Leonard’s


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​SOME RESIDENTS OF 3rd Avenue Goodland, St Michael, have had enough of the loud music coming from St Leonard’s Boys’ School.

It appears the school is the venue for various events, some of which keep residents in the surrounding districts awake at night.

​The residents said there was an event at the school every night but it was the weekends which were the main problem. However, principal Joseph King said he had no idea what people were talking about.

“We have the BLP [Barbados Labour Party] Conference, we have the domino association and some dinners but I am not big on fetes and we’ve never had a report about noise.

​“Anyone who wants to rent the hall has to apply to me and we determine if we will allow it as long as it doesn’t clash with other events but it is not every weekend. The problem is not from St Leonard’s; it has to be someplace else,” he said.

Charles Bailey has a different story to tell and he is not alone. He is so fed up he is ready to contact a lawyer. He lives behind the hall where the events take place.





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