Mor­ris ready to work with all

Daily Nation (Barbados) - - Diaspora -

RE­CENTLY AP­POINTED Deputy High Com­mis­sioner to Lon­don, Rev. Charles Mor­ris, at­tended the fi­nal quar­terly meet­ing of the Na­tional Coun­cil of Bar­ba­dian As­so­ci­a­tions (NCBA) in Birm­ing­ham.

The Angli­can cleric said he was in Lon­don to work with all groups, adding that from this month he would co­or­di­nate with NCBA chair­per­son Norma Par­ris to hold town hall meet­ings in all ar­eas.

Un­der­scor­ing the im­por­tance of groups, Mor­ris said he saw them as the quick­est way to con­sult na­tion­als. He en­cour­aged them to con­tinue send­ing re­mit­tances home, as they had helped to strengthen Bar­ba­dos’ econ­omy. (TR)


BAR­BA­DIAN MAY TAN­NER, a nurs­ing pi­o­neer in Bris­tol, Som­er­set. by TY­RONE ROACH in LON­DON ty­[email protected] na­tion­news.comMAY TAN­NER was the first black ward sis­ter in Bris­tol, Som­er­set.


DEPUTY HIGH COM­MIS­SIONER Rev. Charles Mor­ris (seated sec­ond left) and NCBA chair­per­son Norma Par­ris (seated sec­ond right) with del­e­gates at the meet­ing.

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