Essequibians looked on with awe yesterday as the Department of Education, Region Two, rolled out its Children’s Mash Float Parade Competitions.
The event had a rich blend of colour, culture and heritage managed to allure the attention of onlookers.
The parade consisted of 25 schools from the nursery to secondary level.
With a total of over 1,600 participants, the parade made its way from the Three Friends Village to the Anna Regina Community Ground.
Participating schools were well dressed in their colourful costumes, as they displayed their floats in the streets of the Anna Regina Town.
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