Four gardening enthusiasts will set out on an opportunity of a lifetime tomorrow, when the jet off to Bournemouth, England to broaden their horizons as part of the Bermuda Skills Development Programme.
Kacy Greene, Troy Watson, Leric Lightbourn and Shalae Johnston received well wishes from the Minister responsible for the programme, Public Works Minister Lieutenant-Colonel David Burch.
Speaking at a news conference today, Colonel Burch said one of the graduates had been to the UK before, as the group is set to be abroad for 3½ weeks.
“So it should be an enlightening experience for all of them,” he said.
As the first trip of its kind, he also noted that the group will take part in the annual Bournemouth in Bloom exhibition.