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Crop Over convoy

NATASHA BECKLES, [email protected]

Crop Over convoy

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ONE OF THE newest events for Crop Over crept its way into five communities across Barbados.
The Crop Over Crawl inched its way from the National Cultural Foundation around 10:25 this morning in a convoy consisting of a 40-foot trailer which transported the entertainers, four Transport Board buses and a number of private vehicles.
Some of the top entertainers and DJs took charge of the activities when stops were made at four bars in different parishes before making a final stop at De Lime Bar, Stadium Road, St Michael where festivities are expected to continue late into tonight.
A highlight of the Crawl was the laying of a wreath at the site where the house of De Great Carew once stood at Weston St James. Carew’s house was swept away in a flood which also claimed his life in 1995. He was known for hits like Mad Woman Jam and Snakes in De Grass.  (YB)