BRITISH HIGH COMMISSIONER AND H.M.S. SEVERN ASSIST IRVING WILSON SCHOOL

Nine crew members from HMS Severn, a Royal Navy ship in Barbados for a two week maintenance period, painted rooms at the Irving Wilson School, over the weekend they refurbished the school's hall, to make it fresh and bright for Irving Wilson's students.

Nine crew members from HMS Severn, a Royal Navy ship in Barbados for a two week maintenance period, painted rooms at the Irving Wilson School, over the weekend they refurbished the school’s hall, to make it fresh and bright for Irving Wilson’s students.

While they were busy painting, British High Commissioner Victoria Dean made a presentation of financial support to the Irving Wilson School, which was not on a better day – Valentine’s as a show of love for the Barbadian community.

Mrs Wendy Blackman, Principal of the School along with Commander Tony Williams, Commanding Officer of the HMS Severn were also on hand for the presentation.

Mrs Wendy Blackman, Principal of the School along with Commander Tony Williams, Commanding Officer of the HMS Severn were also on hand for the presentation.

The financial support has enabled the painting to go ahead at the school. The funds were raised through returning items for recycling to B’s Recycling, in addition to collections of coins and raffles.

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