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Police Marine Unit Commemorates Tiller Day 2023

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The Command and staff of the Police Marine Unit of the Royal Saint Lucia Police Force celebrated twenty-nine (29) years since command of the Unit was handed over from the Royal Navy Officers to Saint Lucian commanders.

Every year this event dubbed Tiller Day is commemorated with a week of activities from the 23rd leading to 28th of July 2023.

Sunday 23, 2023 Church Service at the Babonneau Roman Catholic Church.

Monday 24, July 2023 the officers visits Elderly homes (Marian Home, Adelaide
Home and The St. Lucys Home) from 11 a.m.

Tuesday 25 July 2023 – an Open day at the Police Marine Unit Castries Base from 9 a.m. followed by a Sunset Cruise, from 5 p.m. bring your drink/ cooler.

Wednesday 26 July 2023, Sports Day at the Police Marine Unit, Vieux Fort Base.
From 10 a.m.

Thursday 27 July, 2023 Clean-up of the Police Marine Unit Castries base and
environs.

Friday 28 July 2023 – Tiller Day Celebration 10 a.m.

SOURCE: Royal Saint Lucia Police Force

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