Winston Morris Wins Best Village Grandparent Award
By: Chaïra Flanders
67 year old Winston Morris of Molineux has been named Best Village Grandparent.
This announcement was made during the Ministry of Tourism’s Best Village Competition Prize giving ceremony held at Government House on Thursday.
The Best Village Grandparent award falls under the Ministerial award category and pays tribute to unsung heroes in the various communities who have dedicated their lives to community development, youth upliftment, the promotion of our culture and community cohesion.
Best Village Grandparent nominees, Mrs. Viola Flanders of Upper Monkey Hill and Mrs. Geraldine Browne of Conaree were also presented with tokens.
The Molphil Streets Cape Team won the Ministerial: Best Sustainable Programme award.
Dawne Hodge-Percival received the award for Best Home Vegetable Garden.
Gwenneth Woodley received the award for Best Home Ornamental Garden.
The Dorset Group received the Most Consistent Group award.
The overall Best Clean and Green Village award was presented to representatives from Cleverly Hill Sandy Point.
The best village competition forms part of the Ministry of Tourism’s efforts to maintain the island’s status as a sustainable destination.
There was a total of 24 registered groups from 20 different communities who participated in the Best Village competition.