Young People Urged To Attend Reception In UK

November 22, 2017

Generation Next is encouraging young people to attend ‘The Bermuda Reception’ in London on Monday, November 27 from 7.30pm to 10.00pm hosted by Premier David Burt.

A spokesperson said, “Generation Next encourages all young Bermudians studying and residing in the United Kingdom to attend the ‘Bermuda Reception’, a networking event being hosted by the Premier and Minister of Finance, Hon. David E. Burt, J.P, M.P on 27th November 2017, from 7:30pm to 10:00pm at The ClubHouse, 8 St. James’s Square, London, SW1Y, 4JU. To RSVP, send an email to

“Generation Next recognizes that our fellow young Bermudians are keen to ensure that our government is fostering an economic environment that is ripe with opportunity and conducive for the smooth transition of those studying abroad to return home to join the workforce at the appropriate time.

“Equally, it is important to ensure that our government is working in collaboration with international agencies to ensure that our young people are afforded adequate experience and employment opportunities overseas during and after their studies to further enhance the level of experience and qualifications that our young people are equipped with when they return home to join the workforce.

“Bermudians are amongst the best and brightest in the world; our young people have so much to offer our island and we look forward to hearing more about what our government is doing and will continue to do to ensure that we are paving the way for a better and brighter future for us all. We want to, we can, and together we will, make a difference.

“We look forward to a great evening of networking, fellowship, and productive dialogue with our fellow Bermudians and the leader of our island. See you there!”

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  1. wahoo says:

    Didn’t we just have one of these parties a couple months ago? Sorry if I am wrong. Also coming from the group “generation next” it almost sounds like a plp thing so are the taxpayers off the hook for this one? We need new busses.

    • Unbelievable says:

      I was thinking the same thing too.

      But….what busses? Lol

    • Rocky5 says:

      Hope David Burt tells them that PLP Govt. has announced that current Social Assistance payments are unsustainable and that they are looking at ways to reduce Govt. payments in this area.

  2. trudi pugh says:

    Networking with our young people studying and working overseas is very important. I believe this is a $ investment well spent. We don’t want more brain drain.

    Just wondering if you are welcoming the LGBTQ Bermudians living in the UK (and everywhere) who may have questions about their welcome “home” if that is what is on their travel agenda??? Of course, I refer to their decision to return to reside and enjoy equal human rights with people like me who are referred to as “straight”.

    Be ready for their fair questions.