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Walking for a cause


Minister of Health John Boyce at the front of this group of walkers

Minister of Health John Boyce at the front of this group of walkers

Government Ministers Donville Inniss and John Boyce donned their sneakers and exercise outfits this morning to show they can ‘walk the talk’.


Minister of Industry, International Business, Commerce and Small Business Development, Donville Inniss (front, left).

The duo joined employers across Barbados in the challenge to get fit, an activity that signaled the start of the Barbados Chamber of Commerce and Industry’s (BCCI) health and wellness programme,.

The Valentine’s Day activity started at Braemar Walk the Talk Court, went on to Dalkeith Hill, Beckles Road, Bay Street, Jemmots Lane, Collymore Rock, Culloden Road before returning to Dalkeith Hill and Braemar Walk.

Some of the other walkers

Some of the other participants in the exercise initiative.

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