Environmental mural commissioned

From left, FCT Executive Director, Cherice Gibson; stands with Chairman Vivian-Anne Gittens; CIBC First Caribbean CEO, Rik Parkhill admiring the artwork after unveiling the plaque. To the right are others in the unveiling, NIS Chairman, Dr Justin Robinson; and artist/designer, David Spieler

Users, especially persons on the sidewalk of the Warrens Centenarian Pass roadway will now be welcomed by the colourful environmental mural featuring ways to maintain beautiful and healthy natural Barbados surroundings.

Partners to the year-long project, Future Centre Trust, and CIBC FirstCaribbean yesterday unveiled a plaque on the tiled wall, portraying aspects of the environment, interspersed with tips and advice on keeping the Barbados environment clean and user friendly.

“The specific goal of this project  was to provide a mural focused on the natural environment while beautifying the area,” remarked FCT Executive Director, Cherice Gibson.


4 Responses to Environmental mural commissioned

  1. Sandie Blades
    Sandie Blades April 19, 2015 at 1:18 pm

    Where is the person or persons who slaved and toiled in the hot sun to make this possible ?

  2. Wayne P Hoyte
    Wayne P Hoyte April 19, 2015 at 1:27 pm

    where the guys who did the physical work? should be center of the photo

  3. Mark Wrd
    Mark Wrd April 19, 2015 at 7:31 pm

    They probably don’t matter .

  4. Suga Thoms
    Suga Thoms April 19, 2015 at 9:32 pm

    Come on people, be positive. Go to the Nation and you’ll see them front and center.


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