Author: Shellecia Brooks-Johnson

Welcome to FLOW

Learn more about our Site Sponsors! Welcome to FLOW. Then to Now Our company started under the name Cable & Wireless in 1971 with a 50 line switchboard in the back of an army truck that was stationed in the police yard. For 40 years Cable & Wireless invested in our infrastructure and we became a quad-play telecommunication provider in Anguilla with services and products in mobile, landline, internet and TV. We are now FLOW! We are a full service communications company and we will celebrate our 46th Anniversary in the Anguillian Community this year. This is how we FLOW FLOW...

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The Department of Youth and Culture (DYC) Celebrates 10 Years

DYC turns 10 I am thrilled that 10 years ago a decision was made to establish a separate department for Youth and Culture. I am old enough to remember when the Department started and the first Director – Yikes! Can you name the first Director? I have also been privileged to benefit tremendously from this Department particularly in the area of Youth Development. I still feel so connected to this Department and it has been gratifying to see how it has grown in leaps and bounds and to witness the awesome work the small but tallawah staff does in...

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DYC launches 2017 Cohort of Job Link Up Programme

Orientation for 2017 Cohort of Job Link Up Programme The Department of youth and Culture (DYC) launched the 2017 cohort of the Job Link Up Programme on January 24th 2017 at the Anguilla Community College. Welcome remarks were given to participants by Director of Youth and Culture, Mr Bren Romney, Senior Programme Officer – Youth, Ms. Joleyne Robin and Chairperson of the Programme, Ms. Lauraine Gumbs. During the one day orientation, participants learned more about mentoring from Mrs. Angelina Carty and about the Job Link Up Programme in general. The goal of the programme is to support the engagement of young...

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Lunch at The Restaurant at Malliouhana – An Auberge Resort

Anguilla is a Foodie’s Paradise – The Restaurant at Malliouhana When it comes to food, there is always something different or somewhere new to try in Anguilla. I love food (foodie over here!) and I love going to new places. Whenever I hear of a new spot I always want to try it. However, you have to be on your ‘dining out game’ in order to keep up with all the new and/or revamped restaurants and hotels in Anguilla. 2017 Dining Game activated! This year, I am joining my mom and sister Sherise, who runs the fashion and lifestyle...

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OECS invites you to Vini Kozé (Come Chat) Youth Forum

The OECS is hosting a televised Regional Youth Forum in Anguilla on Friday 27th January 2017 at La Vue Hotel, 1pm SHARP.  Come and share your views. Vini Kozé or ‘Come Chat’ in creole, is the OECS Commission’s Public Education Forum Series on OECS Regional Integration. The second installment of the OECS Public Education Forum Series event, Vini Kozé will be hosted in Anguilla at La Vue Boutique Inn on January 27, 2017 at 1:00 p.m. Come and share your views! The OECS launched the Vini Koze Forum series to position the organisation as a listening entity more attuned to the needs of its Member States and...

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