And so to Nevis, once known as the Queen of the Caribees
Kath Marshall-Ivens, senior project officer for Groundwork will be in Caribees
Community Woodland from 10.30am, starting from the entrance off Greencroft Road, adjacent to Greenways.
Known historically as the Queen of the Caribees
, Nevis' claim to fame hitherto rested on its distinction as being the birth place of Alexander Hamilton, one of America's greatest statesmen, and more recently, as home of the fabulous Nevis Four Seasons, one of the finest hotels in the world.
"It is also possible that drivers in Stockerley Lane could have seen people in the area and the adjoining Caribees
Wood may also have provided a vantage point from which anyone acting suspiciously may have been spotted."