By Harriet Ernstsons Friday 13 September 2013 Updated: 13/09 10:39
A COMMUNITY leader who left the borough two years ago to head back to Jamaica has returned to present a special plaque.
Veronica Allen made the presentation of the 50th anniversary piece from the Jamaican Tourist Board to commemorate their independence during a council meeting on Monday (September 9).
Redditch is twinned with St Elizabeth where the majority of the borough’s residents from the Caribbean community have connections.
The former chair of Caribbean Roots Connection said: “It is great to be back and have the welcome I have received.
“It is a great pleasure to present this token from the Jamaican Tourist Board. Redditch is twinned with St Elizabeth and I hope the friendship will continue. I keep watching what’s been happening here and Redditch still feels like home.”
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