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Sir Henry pleased with turnout at book signing


Sir Henry Fraser (right) signs a copy of his book for Geoffrey Ramsey, while Erica Hinkson, marketing associate of Chattel House Books, Book Source looks on.


Sir Henry Fraser was all smiles this afternoon as he signed copies of his Historic Churches of Barbados at the Chattel House Bookshop in Sky Mall, Haggatt Hall.


Sir Henry Fraser

While there wasn’t a rush of people, those who attended appeared to be enthused about the pictorial book that contains about 130 photographs.

“My presence here this morning is really an exciting one for me, not only to promote the cathedral’s restoration, to promote preservation in general but to capitalize on and to celebrate the Chattel House itself, our famous icon that has made Barbados famous in many ways, and the Chattel House bookshop, which is promoting literacy and promoting local writers,” Sir Henry said.


A table displaying five of his books was set up at the bookshop.



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