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Rescue plea


TREVOR YEARWOOD

Rescue plea

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CONCERNED NEIGHBOURS and a “very disappointed” businessman have urged the authorities to rescue the Bank Hall childhood home of iconic 1960s West Indies cricket captain Sir Frank Worrell from the threat of ruin.
Neighbours Jason Hinkson and Robert A. Clarke said it did not matter what Government did with the weather-beaten wood and concrete building with grimy patio walls and dirt-strewn outer floor, once it was something positive.
However, businessman and former national cricketer Rawle Brancker wants to see Bostonville repaired, cleaned up and turned into an interactive cricket museum with a focus on Sir Frank, Sir Everton Weekes and Sir Clyde Walcott, the legendary “Three Ws”.
Brancker was one of the people who had been pressing for the home to be made a major attraction for students, players and fans of cricket.

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