Andrew Bynoe’s first ever yardfowl competition and Yardfowl Day have been a success.
Almost 100 people entered the contest that required people to take photographs of their favourite yardfowls.
Bynoe, the managing director of Carlton and A1 and Emerald City Supermarkets, gave out $950 redeemable in groceries to the winners in the competition yesterday, Yardfowl Day – a day Barbadians were encouraged to display their yardfowls in their many colours, variety of plumage and shapes.
Shaquille Leacock of Salisbury, St George took the top prize of $500 in groceries; Neil Marshall of Forde’s Road, Clapham, Christ Church won $250 in groceries for his second prize photograph; and the third prize of $200 in items from the supermarkets went to Kim Ashby of Vauxhall Tenantry Road, Christ Church.
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