The Democratic Labour Party continued its 60th anniversary celebrations with a ’60’s A-fair’ at the party’s George Street, St Michael headquarters yesterday.
The fair, which ran from 1 p.m to just past its 8 p.m. finish time, featured donkey rides, a jumping castle, and face painting for the children.
It was also a time for some of the island’s politicians to talk and mingle with those present.
There was also an auction of appliances and other home-making items, along with Tombola, a lottery-bingo-style competition for food items.
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