On Friday night, the sounds of Christmas filled the air at Wanstead, St. James.
It was the fourth annual Carolling on The Green, hosted by MP for St. James South and Minister of Health, Donville Inniss, and held on the hill overlooking the UWI’s Cave Hill campus.
People brought their chairs and blankets and relaxed as they soaked up the Christmas vibes coming from the stage.
There was plenty sweet singing from Stephen Brathwaite, Kenneth Armstrong, and the West Terrace Primary School choir, which sang three songs including Feliz Navidad as well as the soothing strains of Royal Barbados Police Force Band, directed by Superintendent Keith Ellis.
Other performances came from Raphael Saul, St. James South Community Choir, St. John the Baptist Choir, Alliagence Band, Steel Pan Assembly, and the Haynesville Youth Group.
Inniss urged the audience to remember the spirit of Christmas, work together to build a stronger community and look out for each other.
Dale Forde and Richard Kennedy, the MCs, kept the event flowing. (DS)
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