Members of the public are asked to note that there will be a number of traffic changes in place this Sunday, September 18, for the Labour Marches on Heritage March.

The event will commence at the Sir Frank Walcott Statue, Culloden Road, St. Michael, with a wreath laying ceremony at 3:00 p.m. , while the march will begin at 4:00 p.m. and travel through Culloden Farm, onto John Beckles Drive before moving on to Fairchild Street.

Walkers will then pass to the southern side of the Treasury Building and on to High Street, Roebuck Street and Crumpton Street, before ending at Queen’s Park.

Vehicle operators are advised that Culloden Road will be closed from 12:30 p.m. while there will be delays to traffic in the areas along the route.

Members of the Royal Barbados Police Force will be on hand to direct motorists, and persons are asked to comply with the regulations of the officers.

The Heritage March, which is being hosted by the 50th Anniversary of Independence Celebrations Secretariat, is a tribute to the icons of the labour movement in Barbados.