Minister of Community Development, Culture and the Arts, Dr. Nyan Gadsby-Dolly; NCC Chairman, Winston “Gypsy” Peters; NCC Chief Executive Officer Colin Lucas; Commissioner of Police, Gary Griffith, Pantrinbago President, Beverley Ramsey-Moore, and NCC Commissioners were all present for the official opening of Carnival City at the Queen’s Park Savannah.
During the official media walk through at the Queen’s Park Savannah, this morning, Minister Dr. Gadsby-Dolly discussed the layout of Pan City, Carnival Village and Kaiso House and what the public can expect from the facilities.
Pantrinbago President, Beverley Ramsey-Moore said they are excited for Pan City and will continue to work hand in hand with NCC.
Pantribago President, Beverley Ramsey-Moore
Meanwhile Minister Dr. Nyan Gadsby-Dolly said that Carnival all is well between the two entities and everyone is pleased with the space at Carnival City.
Minister Dr. Nyan Gadsby-Dolly
Chairman of the National Carnival Commission, Winston “Gypsy” Peters said that he is pleased with the final look of Carnival City and is opening its doors to all party promoters to host their fetes at the Savannah.
NCC Chairman, Winston Gypsy Peters
Meanwhile Commission of Police, Gary Griffith spoke on the TTPS role with ensuring the safety of patrons at Carnival City.