St Thomas infirmary, Sav-la-Mar streets get facelift
As volunteers gave the St Thomas Infirmary a fresh paint of coat and spruced up the yard for Labour Day. The project was a collaboration between the parish’s municipal corporation and First Heritage Credit Union. A member of staff gets busy mixing paint to get the day started. (Photo: Ashagaye Mullings)

As volunteers gave the St Thomas Infirmary a fresh paint of coat and spruced up the yard for Labour Day. The project was a collaboration between the parish’s municipal corporation and First Heritage Credit Union. A member of staff gets busy mixing paint to get the day started. (Photo: Ashagaye Mullings)

People’s National Party councillor candidate, Julian Chang (right), Charlene Tomlinson (left) and Norma Creed from the PNP’s Women Movement paint the pedestrian crossing on Beckford street in Savanna-la-Mar. (Photo: Kimberley Peddie)

People’s National Party councillor candidate, Julian Chang (right), Charlene Tomlinson (left) and Norma Creed from the PNP’s Women Movement paint the pedestrian crossing on Beckford street in Savanna-la-Mar. (Photo: Kimberley Peddie)

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