Castries, Saint Lucia: Deputy Prime Minister of Saint Lucia- Ernest Hilaire has shared an update regarding the ongoing rehabilitation and restoration works on the Ceceron Playing Field. He visited the site to understand better and get brief details about the progress and changes in the restoration headway.
According to the reports, Deputy Prime Minister Hilaire took to his official social media handle to share information related to the current condition of the playing field. His Facebook caption said, “The rehabilitation works on the Ciceron Playing Field is well underway.”
In addition, he explained the changes and developments underway to enhance the facilities on the playing field regarding different required changes. He confirmed, “Over the weekend, the grass was planted on the surface, and WASCO is in the process of establishing a water connection to the field for irrigation and all the supporting services.”
Furthermore, the Minister of Tourism, Investment, Creative Industries, Culture and Information of Saint Lucia, Ernest Hilaire, extended his remarks and conveyed that the upgradation work of the Ciceron Playing Field is moving on a progressive path with the support and association of other authorities and hard work of the staff to facilitate the athletes of Saint Lucia in their sports career.
As per the reports, “The upgrades to the field will provide the community with a facility for sports, youth engagement and community development,” said the Deputy PM, Hilaire. In his social media post, he also uploaded several photographs of the playing ground, which is currently under rehabilitation. The pictures show that heavy machinery and resources have been used during the upgrading process.
Before his recent visit, the Deputy Prime Minister of Saint Lucia had also visited the site on 26 January 2023, on Thursday, on the occasion of constituency day, to monitor and analyse the restoration work himself.
The administration, under the leadership of Deputy PM Hilaire, has made it clear that they are working tirelessly to promote and develop the sports industry of Saint Lucia, which would result in providing better facilities and equipment to the emerging athletes of the country, said reports.