Pan Trinbago Head gives update on “abandoned” highway headquarters

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Pan Trinbago Head gives update on “abandoned” highway headquarters

With Panorama just weeks away, Pan Trinbago Head, Beverley Ramsey Moore, says she is pleased with the number of young persons involved in steel bands throughout the country.

Mrs Ramsey Moore told Power 102 Digital’s Power Breakfast Show that there is recognition that the steel pan can provide positive inspiration and messages to the youth.

She noted that the instrument also brings together families as they come out to support the youngsters.

The Pan Trinbago Head pointed out that the national instrument can play a massive role in churning out productive citizens.

She also offered an update on Pan Trinbago’s proposed headquarters which lies in ruins on 13 acres of land in Tacarigua.

She said work will begin on the site this year with plans to monetize the land and diversify the Pan Trinbago’s income streams.