Bush Lot

The world beyond Georgetown

From a farming and a fishing community, Bush Lot Village, West Coast Berbice which has a population of over 10,000 has developed tremendously with residents establishing various types of business.

The village is made up of predominately Indian Guyanese and is located about 56 miles from Georgetown between the villages of Golden Grove and Armadale. It is divided into seven residential sections – A-G with sections A & B located north of the public road and Sections C, D, E, F & G located on the southern side. There is also the cultivation plot, H-J located in the backlands to the south. A housing scheme is also located aback of section A.

The village has three doctors who studied in Cuba, pharmacists, educators, nurses, veterinary officers, photographers, surveyors, accountants, computer technicians, taxi drivers, tailors, a reporter, accountants and other professionals. Some of the  …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.

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