T&T turtle conservationist holds talks with the Queen

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T&T turtle conservationist holds talks with the Queen

This week, The Queen spoke to three winners of the Commonwealth Points of Light award to celebrate their achievements.

The British High Commission, said each week Her Majesty awards one volunteer from across the Commonwealth with a Points of Light award in recognition of their outstanding initiatives

The Queen spoke to:

Nikoletta Polydorou from Cyprus whose initiative provides free music lessons and instruments to children from challenged communities. 45 children performed to celebrate The Queen’s recent Wedding Anniversary – The Queen’s first ever virtual musical performance!

Ruy Santos from Mozambique took The Queen on her first ever virtual tour to show his soup kitchen which fed 6,000 people a day during the pandemic.

Len Peters from Trinidad and Tobago, a turtle conservationist whose work has transformed the country into one of the world’s densest leatherback sea turtle nesting sites.

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