Community Clean Up Ahead Of Weekend Concert


The New Winthorpes Community led the way over the weekend, becoming the first entity to take part in the Ministry of Health, Wellness and the Environment’s cleanup campaign ahead of the “Play it Out to phase it Out” Concert slated for this weekend.

Residence of New Winthorpes got the ball rolling about ten past six on Sunday morning in an effort which saw participation and support coming from dozens of the community’s residents, the Seventh Day Adventist Pathfinder Club, K.D. Brokerage, the National Solid Waste Management Authority, and Total Imports.

During a press conference earlier this month, Health Minister-Molwyn Joseph encouraged the nation to beautify their community ahead of the concert, promising government’s full assistance to any group who took up the initiative.

The “Play it Out to phase Out plastic pollution concert will be held this coming Saturday, June 1st at the Sir Viv Stadium.

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  1. All (NGO) groups should be doing this… Some groups are sooooo elitist, these groups (one beginning with the letter ‘R’ comes to mind), are always wanting to be on camera but never wanting to do really dirty work!

  2. This is great, I think Antigua needs to do more ‘clean up’ efforts like this. Very often we have too much trash everywhere and we need to be cleaner – we live on an island after all. Glad to see some Rasta’s and community working together to make our island more clean. Great job guys and girls!

  3. What about Sen. Colin Browne and Alincia Williams-Grant? They always bragging about coming from New Winthorpes. Hope they woo will soon put their hands to the plow. Good job Pathfinders, community members, rastaman, and all others who worked together with a common goal.

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