Field officers of the Barbados Statistical Service (BSS) will visit the parishes of St. Michael, Christ Church, St. George, St. Thomas, St. John, St. Joseph and St. Andrew, when the Labour Force Sample Survey continues in August.

The areas which will be surveyed in St. Michael include: Free Hill, Ellerslie Road, Goddard’s Road, Yearwood Road, Clevedale Road, Allens Land, Lodge Crescent, Austin Drive, Dacosta Drive, Crest View Terrace, Lodge Terrace, Tweedside Road, Grovesnor Road and Hindsbury Road.

In Christ Church, Club Morgan Terrace, Gunsite Road, Rollins Road, Brittons New Road, Browne’s Gap, Sargeants Village, Tino Terrace, Maxwell Hill, Silver Hill Drive, Wilcox Hill and Chancery Park, will be targeted.

Charles Row Bridge, Parish Land, Airy Hill and Lower Estate Tenantry in St. George; and Canewood Road, Cane Garden, Sharon Main Road and Jackson Main Road in St. Thomas, will be visited by BSS field officers.

The St. John districts of Glebe, Colleton Tenantry, Colleton Gardens, Bath Village, Pot House, Mount Tabor Heights, Venture, Lemon Arbour, and Knight’s Village, will also be included in the survey.

Residents of Sugar Hill, Braggs Hill, Lammings, Airy Hill and Chimborazo, in St. Joseph; and East Coast Road, Corbin’s Village, Lakes, Farrell Road, Coggins Hill, Hopewell, Chalky Mount and Cambridge in St. Andrew, will also be interviewed. 

The BSS has asked all householders included in the survey to cooperate fully with the field officers and has stressed that all information received will be treated confidentially.

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