Plant thieves strike in City
Thieves have been repeatedly frustrating efforts to beautify various open spaces in Bridgetown.
Crotons and other plants have been uprooted from Montefiore Gardens, near Central Police Station, Coleridge Street, The City, where they were planted as part of the City-wide beautification project by the National Conservation Commission (NCC). The NCC has lost thousands of dollars at sites including Montefiore, where 25 plants were removed over the weekend.
But the commission plans to continue its project here and at Jubilee Gardens.