Somerset and Berks

Story and photos by Kenesha Fraser

The little village of Somerset and Berks sandwiched between New Road and Evergreen is “peaceful and quiet” according to residents. When Sunday Stabroek visited the area, almost everyone was indoors and the only school in the village – Somerset Nursery – was in session. However, along the public road in a well-fenced yard, Indal, popularly known as ‘Doctor’ was in the company of his friends.

Indal recalled that in the early years, the village was not  …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.



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