A much needed cleanup

Randolph Woodroffe, a grandson of Barbadian icon Roland Edwards, has collaborated with a few concerned citizens to clean up the house of his late grandfather.
The group stripped a large amount of debris from the house which has recently become the centre of controversy.
Edwards is the composer of the music of the Barbados National Anthem.
His grandson said the outcome of the house would be determined when the parties involved return to court on March 25. While he could not say much on the issue, Woodroffe noted that he would like to see the house restored and used for either a museum or office.

3 Responses to A much needed cleanup

  1. Karin Blundell March 19, 2017 at 2:32 pm

    History should not be destroyed. The house should be restored so that the history lives on.

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  2. Jennifer March 19, 2017 at 3:36 pm

    @Karin – Maybe it should be put onto the GREAT HOUSES LIST. No KUDOS here. But then again……………..

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  3. Helicopter(8P) March 20, 2017 at 11:06 am

    That area of Barbados is nationally the most historic; as it was the main shipping port for some time.

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