ANOTHER ATHLETICS season in Barbados is over, but the archaic and hazardous five stands at the National Stadium are still standing and remain out of bounds for spectators.
It will be the same situation with the grounds being used for the semi-finals of the Pic-O-De-Crop calypso competition on July 15.
But Minister of Sports Stephen Lashley, in giving an update on Government’s infrastructural plans for the condemned stands, which have been out of use for more than a year, said they would only be demolished when the necessary funding is secured to start the redevelopment project.
Lashley, whose portfolio also includes culture and youth, said the relevant documents have been prepared and are awaiting a review from the Ministry of Finance before going to Cabinet.
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