Last visit to George Street

Former Prime Minister of Barbados, Sir Lloyd Erskine Sandiford, returned to the Democratic Labour Party’s (DLP) George Street headquarters for the final time on Thursday.

And many of his former colleagues, party faithful and members of the general public, came to pay their respects as he lay in state.

Former Prime Minister Freundel Stuart and former Senator Maxine McClean.

Widow Lady Angelita Sandiford and other members of the family were present, and many paused to offer them condolences.

Members of the public lined up at George Street to sign the condolence book and get a final glimpse of Sir Lloyd Erskine Sandiford.

Former Prime Minister Freundel Stuart, former Minister of Finance Chris Sinckler, accompanied by political strategist Hartley Henry; former Minister of Education Ronald Jones, former Minister of Foreign Affairs Maxine McClean, former Senator Rev. David Durant and current General Secretary of the party, Steve Blackett, were among the faces spotted at the headquarters.

Former Minister of Finance Chris Sinckler signs the condolence book while political strategist Hartley Henry waits his turn.

Sir Lloyd, who served as Prime Minister from 1987 to 1994, will be buried Friday in a state funeral, with a service at St Peter’s Parish Church followed by interment at St James Cemetery. (SAT)

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