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Published:Wednesday | September 17, 2014 | 12:00 AM
Winston Sill/Freelance Photographer British High Commissioner David Fitton gave the Chevening students a royal send-off at Trafalgar House, Trafalgar Road, last Friday. Here are (from left) Donna Miller, Alecia Maragh, and Anika Gray - the three scholarship awardees.
South African High Commissioner Mathu Joyini and PROComm's Hubie Chin at the Gleaner 180 5K Run/Walk.
photos by Jermaine Barnaby/ Photographer Managing director of The Gleaner Company, Christopher Barnes (right), has a few words of gratitude for Lillian Palmer, 80, who was a participant in the Gleaner 180 5K Run/Walk on Saturday, September 13.
Contributed Saint International CEO Deiwght Peters and his star new-face Tami Williams arrive at Somerset House, the main venue of London Fashion Week. Williams appeared for British designer Marios Schwab and closed the show in spectacular fashion.
Contributed Antoinette Thompson, (left) cabin attendant of Caribbean Airlines, with Marian Ross, (centre), business development officer at Sterling Asset Management, and Dian Blackwood, at the Phoenix Lodge/Sterling Asset Management Golf Tournament.
Contributed Cool as a cucumber, Michelle Spencer did not allow the clouded skies to dampen her spirits at Tek A Stand 2, at Pineapple Beach in St James, on Sunday.
Contributed At left: Chef Colleen Royes of Decadent Catering Services and twin sister Camille Royes, attorney-at-law, show sisterly love at Tek A Stand 2, held recently.