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Jamming in St John

CAROL MARTINDALE, carolmartindale@nationnews.com

Added 21 January 2013

Hundreds in St John took part in the inaugural Errol Barrow Day David Thompson Don’t Panic! Festival. The event, held by the Nu Vision Group, was a way for the people of St John and beyond to come out and enjoy themselves for Errol Barrow Day. The festival was mainly a street jam, which started and ended at the Gall Hill pavilion, passing through Clifton Hall, Edgecliff, Malvern, Venture, Four Roads, Poole and Small Hope. The street jam was well supervised with police, fire service and Barbados Defence Force personnel keeping an eye on the proceedings. Main organizer Jefferson Trotman said he thought the event was a success although there were a few hiccups. (CA)  


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