Prince Harry spent Day 6 of his Royal Visit to the Caribbean in St Lucia. He attended a cricket match, visited Pigeon Island, saw conservation projects, and attended a St Lucian street festival.
Prince Harry started his day at the Daren Sammy Cricket Ground, where he watched an exhibition cricket match between two teams competing on behalf of Himself and the Prime Minister, who was accompanying him. He also got a chance to play, when his team got to bat, and won by 24 runs. After the match, they presented medals to their respective teams and exchange signed cricket bats.
Prince Harry traveled to Pigeon Island, to attend an outdoor exhibition highlighting various conservation projects run by the young people of St. Lucia, including work done at the Child Development and Guidance Centre. He also unveiled the dedication plaque designating the Castries Water Works Reserve and surrounding rainforest as Saint Lucia’s contribution to The Queen’s Commonwealth Canopy Project. After the dedication, he presented the Gold Duke of Edinburgh’sInternational Awards.
For his last engagement in St Lucia, Prince Harry visited a St Lucian street festival in the south-western town of Soufriere. He had the opportunity to meet members of the public, youth leaders and local school children, with a St Lucian band providing the soundtrack. He set sail for St Vincent and the Grenadines before sunset.
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