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The public is advised that officers are in the field taking information for the Continuous Labour Force Sample Survey, being conducted by the Barbados Statistical Service (BSS).

The survey is now in its first quarter for 2018, and field officers are collecting data from selected households.  The officers will be carrying photo identification cards, but if members of the public have any queries, they should call the BSS at 535-2600.

Some of the districts to be visited in St. Michael are King Street, Passage Road, Black Rock Main Road, Deacons Road, Bank Hall, Tweedside Road, Villa Road, Balmoral Gap, School Gap, and Pleasant Hall Road.

The Christ Church areas of Lodge Road, Oistins, Church Hill, Windy Ridge, Upper Carters Gap and Goodland Park Road have been targeted.

Field officers will be in the St. George districts of Thorpes Cottage, Flat Rock Road, Flat Rock Main Road and Rowan’s Park Road, as well as in St. Peter at Ashton Hall, Mile and A Quarter Road, Speightstown, Colleton, Marlin Drive and Heywoods.

Officials will also visit Market Road, Oldbury to Mangrove Road, Four Roads, Six Roads, and Highway 5 at Six Cross Roads (the St. Patrick’s/Woodbourne Road) in St. Philip.

The St. James districts of Water Hall Tenantry Road and Blowers to Bakers Road, as well as Warrens to St. Thomas Church Road, and the St. Thomas districts of  Melrose to Edghill Road, Sharon to Lodge Hill Road and Arthur Seat West Road, will be visited.

Officers will also be in Andrews, Redland and Claybury, Claybury Tenantry Road, Easy Hall Road, Malvern to Cotton Tower Road and McKullocks Bridge Road, in St. Joseph.


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