Category Archives: Montserat 2011

Alliouagana Festival of the Word

What a lovely bunch

It’s an ill wind, as they say. This is the bunch of bananas brought down by the storm last night. I say the bunch because it’s cut in two so my friend could lug it up the hill. What a … Continue reading

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1 in 26 will do

Presenting to teachers yesterday took me straight back to my consultancy days. It could have been any staff room in any British school. The fears and concerns were the same. The resistance to change, the challenges of balancing the pressure … Continue reading

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In Montserrat

The journey from Barbados to Montserrat took me via two other islands, Dominica and Antigua. The Liat aircraft took off on time. It was a bit like boarding a bus. ‘Sit anywhere but the back seats’, the chief cabin crew … Continue reading

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Next leg

All my bags are packed, I’m ready to go. Now…where have I heard that before? I haven’t been to Montserrat since the eruption of the volcano and I’m looking forward to seeing the changes for myself. The population is just … Continue reading

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