Labour Movement pay tribute to past leaders ahead of march
BASSETERRE, ST. KITTS, MAY 6TH 2013 (CUOPM) – Top officials of the St. Kitts-Nevis Trades and Labour Union and the St. Kitts-Nevis Labour Party will pay tribute to past stalwarts of the Labour Movement on Monday, Labour Day, a holiday, prior to the start of the traditional march through the streets of Basseterre.
Union and Party officers along with relatives will visit the graves of National Heroes, Their Right Excellencies, Sir Robert L. Bradshaw, Sir C.A. Paul Southwell and Sir Joseph N. France where wreaths will be laid.
Wreaths will also be laid on the graves of the late Sir Lee Llewellyn Moore, the late Clarence Fitzroy Bryant, the late E. St. John Payne and the late Fidel O’Flaherty after brief remarks.
Following the wreath laying, leaders of the Labour Movement will join workers in the traditional Labour Day March from the Patsy Allers Playing Field through Basseterre via Cunningham, Central, Fort, Bank, George and Cayon Streets before returning to the Patsy Allers Field for an afternoon of picnicking and games.