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Jumping for fun

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Jumping for fun

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THE DUST?has settled and Barbadians are back at work well rested after celebrating Barbados’ 47th year of Independence Saturday.
But the hundreds who participated in the two parish carnivals, in St Philip and St Peter, might be sore and have to take a little time to get back in groove for work today.
The north once again rose to the occasion and attracted a number of revellers enhanced by a large group of hangers-on.
Sponsored for the first time by Most Wanted Entertainment, chief executive officer and founder Irwin “Kas Katee” Redman said that his company invested just over Bds$12 000 in the carnival.
“We wanted to do it big this year, so myself along with the entertainment crew came together, pooled our resources and worked  hard to make this one of the best St. Peter Carnivals to date,” said Redman.
Despite having a large crowd of revellers, the police patrol accompanying the procession reported no incidents and received a co-operative response to their instructions from the boisterous gathering.
Over at St Philip the police got a generally good response from the revellers and motorists.
There were six bands over at the St Philip carnival. (JS/SM)