Morris ready to work with all
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.