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Tourism Minister, Hon. Edmund Bartlett (right), and Opposition Leader, Mark Golding (left), tour the newly refurbished Trench Town Entertainment Park in South St. Andrew, following its official reopening on Friday (February 12). The historic facility, which was renovated by the Tourism Product Development Company (TPDCo) at a cost of $39.7 million as part of the entity’s Spruce up ‘Pon De Corner’ programme, is expected to figure in job creation, training and overall community development through tourism, among other activities.

 

The newly refurbished Trench Town Entertainment Park in South St. Andrew, which was officially reopened by Tourism Minister, Hon. Edmund Bartlett, on Friday (February 12). The historic facility, which was renovated by the Tourism Product Development Company (TPDCo) at a cost of $39.7 million as part of the entity’s Spruce up ‘Pon De Corner’ programme, is expected to figure in job creation, training and overall community development through tourism, among other events.

 

The newly refurbished Trench Town Entertainment Park in South St. Andrew, which was officially reopened by Tourism Minister, Hon. Edmund Bartlett, on Friday (February 12). The historic facility, which was renovated by the Tourism Product Development Company (TPDCo) at a cost of $39.7 million as part of the entity’s Spruce up ‘Pon De Corner’ programme, is expected to figure in job creation, training and overall community development through tourism, among other events.
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