Winning down Speightstown
Cultural performers added a touch of vibrancy to Speightstown yesterday, descending on the northern town as part of a promotion for the forthcoming Pan In Two Cities Crop Over event.
Mother Sallys, mauby women, stiltwalkers, the Barbados Landship, a tuk band and a town crier were all part of the parade, which travelled along Queen Street and ended at the Esplanade.
The entourage caused people to stop whatever they were doing to take in the bright colours and dancers and to take pictures.
Pan In Two Cities will begin in Bridgetown and end in Speightstown via the Jolly Roger. As such, it is being described as the first pan sea voyage linking the two towns.
Here, Mother Sallys having a ball in front of the Fisherman’s Pub yesterday.