The Burwood Beach, located in Falmouth, Trelawny, which was upgraded at a cost of $28 million by the Tourism Enhancement Fund (TEF), was officially handed over to the Trelawny parish council yesterday. The facility, for which entrance is free, is heavily used by both Jamaicans and cruise ship passengers. It now boasts sanitary conveniences, a kids play area as well as showers. There is also a plan to add restaurants and bars. Speaking at a handing over ceremony, Tourism and Entertainment Minister Dr Wykeham McNeill, said the upgrading of the beach forms part of the ministry’s plans to identify and upgrade the best beaches across the island for use by Jamaicans and visitors alike.
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