Former BWU General Secretary, Sir Roy Trotman (right), greets Bishop of Barbados, Reverend Dr. John Holder, after greeting Dean of the St. Michael’s Cathedral, Reverend Dr. Frank Marshall (partially hidden), following the service. Looking on is General Secretary of the BWU, Toni Moore.
The Barbados Workers¡¯ Union (BWU) has been doing much more than negotiating better working conditions on behalf of its members and Barbadians in general.
That is according to the BWU¡¯s General Secretary, Toni Moore. She told the media that while the Union is perhaps best known for its negotiation tactics, they also undertake community outreach efforts. She explained that they have been doing their part, giving to residents of the Government-owned senior citizen homes as well as the children¡¯s homes, in particular the Thelma Vaughan Children¡¯s Home, to ensure that the youth and Barbadians in the twilight of their years are well looked after.
Her comments came following a service at the St. Michael¡¯s Cathedral to mark the BWU¡¯s 74th anniversary, as she noted that the Union has also erected a play park to the rear of their Harmony Hall property, designed and developed specifical...