BSS Urging The Public To Cooperate With Enumerators

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Officials from the Barbados Statistical Service (BSS) are urging the public to cooperate with its enumerators as they traverse districts across Barbados, collecting data for its Continuous Labour Force Sample Survey.

In an earlier statement, the BSS had indicated that none of its officers were working in the Middleton, St. George area.?? However, since the 2010 Population and Housing Census, some of the Enumeration Districts have been realigned and a section of Middleton is in fact, included in the list of districts in which the BSS enumerators are currently working.

The official apologised to the residents of Middleton and urged them to cooperate with the enumerators when they visit the district.

Apart from Middleton, the BSS is also gathering information in other areas of St. George such as Jordan’s, Elcock Road, Jericho, Fairview Crescent, Dash Valley, Valley Land, Watts Village, Rowans Park South, South District, Fisherpond Tenantry and Sweet Vale.

In St. Michael, the BSS will be visiting householders living in the following districts: King William Street, Vine Street, Wellington Street, Queen Street, Pickwick Gap, New Orleans, Ashdene Village, Brighton Terrace, Deacons Farm, Piedmont Park, Long Gap, Grazettes, White Hall and Scotts Terrace.

They will also be conducting interviews in 1st, 2nd and 3rd Avenue Grazettes, White Hall, Eden Lodge, Austin’s Drive, Dacosta Drive, Cave Hill, Well Gap, Lodge Hill, Wilkinson Road, President Kennedy Drive, Kew Road, Industry Road, Marine Road, Station Hill, Godding Road, Belleview Gap, Bridge Road, Flint Hall and Bay Gardens.

The BSS team will also traverse the districts of Bayview Avenue, Watermill Place, Walcott Avenue, Chelsea Road, Palm Tree Place, Beckles Hill, Midway Lane, Phillips Road, St. Ann’s Road, Villa Road, Laynes Road, Brydens Avenue, and Brittons Park.

The enumerators will also be in the Christ Church districts of Club Morgan, Clapham Drive, Sargeant’s Village, Bartlett’s Tenantry, Kendal Hill, ??Silver Hill, Cane Vale, Welches, Ashby Land, Kingsland Gardens, Kingsland Terrace, St. Patrick’s, Bright Hill, Walrond, Charnocks, Hopefield Development, Chancery Lane and Seaview Road. They will also visit Bentley Tenantry, Highland Village and Four Square Valley.

While in St. Philip, the enumerators will go to Sandford, Eastbourne, River Land, Shewsbury Gardens, Foul Bay, Sargeant’s Park, Heddings, Diamond Valley, Crane Park, Union Road, Stroude’s Land, Peat Bay, Apple Hall and Bottom Bay.??

The team will also stop at Venture and Sherbourne in St. John, and the St. Joseph districts of Airy Hill Tenantry, Lammings, Braggs Hill, Chapman, Sugar Hill, St. Bernard’s Village, Cane Garden and Boarded Hall.

The enumerators will also be interviewing residents living in the following St. Peter districts: Ashton Hall, Tom Bend Road, Mile-and-a-Quarter, Bakers, Road View, Mullins, Cemetery Lane and Queen Street.

In St. Lucy, they will visit Fustic Village, Checker Hall, Chance Hall, Josey Hill, Mount View and Peterses.?? ????

The team will also be talking to residents in the following St. Thomas districts of Padmore Village, Melrose, Welches Terrace, Dukes Tenantry, Hopewell and Lion Castle Tenantry.

In St. James, the enumerators will stop at Glitter Bay Terrace, Wanstead Terrace, Paradise Heights, Oxnards Heights, West Terrace Gardens, Hoytes Terrace, Hoytes Village and Bagatelle Terrace.

jwilson@barbados.gov.bb

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