British Tower House Preparatory donates cricket equipment to Half Moon Fort Primary

Both schools exchange ideas and cultures at Ben Mar

Both schools exchange ideas and cultures at Ben Mar

Young cricketers from the Tower House School in Richmond near London presented cricket equipment for The cricket team from Half Moon Fort Primary School situated in the northern parish of St Lucy.

Greg Evans, at podium, expressing delight at assisting Barbadian primary schools in the pursuit of sport

Greg Evans, at podium, expressing delight at assisting Barbadian primary schools in the pursuit of sport

Half Moon Fort’s Games Master Mr Roger Broomes as well as fifteen young cricketers met with Principal of Tower House, Greg Evans plus students, families and staff from the UK school at the residence of the British High Commissioner for an afternoon tea hosted by High Commissioner Victoria Dean and her husband Marcus.

They will be playing three games in Barbados, including against Half Moon Fort Primary - starting today.

They will be playing three games in Barbados, including against Half Moon Fort Primary – starting today.

The British schoolboys, aged 12-13 years, raised monies to tour in Barbados by washing cars and selling toys on e-Bay. Tower House’s Deputy Head said his institute¬†intends to make this trip every four years and become a school tradition.

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