Lest we forget the Nursing Profession

Many Caribbean women appear to have a pre-determined calling to join the Caring Profession.

In 1780 Couba Cornwallis nursed Horatio Nelson back to health when he was struck down with fever, and Mary Seacole travelled to the Crimea to help wounded Soldiers.

When in 1948 the Minister of Health spearheaded a new venture 'The National Health Service' an extensive and energetic recruitment campaign was put into place for qualified people from the Caribbean.

Their response overwhelming; each individual responding to the call of duty.

It was therefore only natural that we should call on those Angels of Mercy to help us present Holy Trinity Church with a Regimental Standard as a permanent memorial.

We Will Remember All Of Them