The birthday of Her Majesty the Queen Elizabeth II will be officially celebrated in the Virgin Islands on Saturday, June 13 with a grand parade and ceremony.
Uniformed bodies, youth organisations, schools and service clubs will lead the procession from the Road Town Police Station to the Festival Grounds at 3:30 p.m. The ceremony will begin immediately following the parade.
Residents who have experienced service interruption to their water supply from the Fort Hill and Sabbath Hill Reservoir are informed that the disruption was due to technical issues caused by electrical surges at the Biwater Plant.
The Public Service Week Steering Committee is informing public officers and the wider community that complimentary sea and ground transportation will be provided for the Opening Ceremony and Church Service on Virgin Gorda, Sunday, May 24.
Public officers and the BVI community are invited to take part in activities for Public Service Week 2015 being celebrated from May 24 to June 1. The week begins with a church service at the Virgin Gorda Assembly of God at 3:00 p.m. Speedy’s Ferry will depart Road Town at 2:00 p.m. and will offer a reduced fare. Persons are encouraged to note the following schedule for the week of activities:
The Department of Human Resources is informing public officers on Jost Van Dyke that a team consisting of members of the Public Service Excellence Award Steering Committee will be visiting Jost Van Dyke on Tuesday, 28 April.
The team will meet with officers in their respective departments to further educate them about the award programme, which is designed to recognise high performers and improve employee morale in the Public Service. The aim is also to arouse their interest in the nomination process.
The Department of Human Resources is informing public officers on Virgin Gorda that a team consisting of members of the Public Service Excellence Award Steering Committee will be visiting Virgin Gorda on Tuesday, April 21.