Governor Attends Meeting In The Cayman Islands

April 2, 2015

11598081Bermuda’s Governor, along with Governors from other British Overseas Territories, recently attended a conference in the Cayman Islands to “discuss regional matters and issues of common interest,” according to the Cayman Government’s website.

“The Conference, hosted at Government House on Friday 27 March, was attended by the Governors of Anguilla, Bermuda, the British Virgin Islands, and Montserrat,” the Cayman Government’s website said.

“Senior officials from the Overseas Territories Directorate in the Foreign and Commonwealth Office also attended. The annual Governors’ Conference is usually held in Miami; this is the first time that it has been hosted in a territory.

“Before the Conference started, some of the Governors visited Health City Cayman Islands to hear how the hospital is building on its plan to reach out to the Caribbean region and beyond. The visitors also met the Acting Premier and the Acting Deputy Governor..”

The photo at top left, courtesy of the Cayman Governor’s website, shows: Cayman Governor Helen Kilpatrick; Elizabeth Carriere, OTD, FCO; Governor Adrian Davis [Montserrat]; Governor John Duncan [BVI]; Governor Christina Scott [Anguilla]; Jo Burden, OTD, FCO and Governor George Fergusson [Bermuda].

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  1. Family Man says:

    The Cayman Islands are getting all the business.

    • Joonya says:

      They were goven some of ours thanks to the Green Muppets.. and I aint talking about Kermit!

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  2. Raymond Ray says:

    I hope that after we’ve, (all I hope)now learnt a bit more about priorities, we’re encouraged…Bottom-line, “growth is made up of small, incremental changes.” By modifying our priorities, we too can move toward more success and effectiveness in everything we do. This new growth quest can be worth the effort.

  3. MAKE MY DAY says:

    Tell him to pick-up some tips on getting more IB companies + MORE tourists to come to the Island – as the Caymans are improving their product!!