Rose Hall Town Municipal Market opens seven days a week. It is very busy during the morning hours.This market cater for the needs of the community and the nearby villages.The market has a constabulary.

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  • Marius. O. Okker  On June 23, 2012 at 9:33 pm

    Wat zouden wij graag nog eens weer over deze markt willen lopen. Zal in de laatste jaren wel heel wat veranderd zijn. Groeten. Mars & Ina.

  • Van der Spek  On June 24, 2012 at 8:01 am

    Wij ook maar helaas Jany en Bart

  • Cyril Balkaran  On June 26, 2012 at 10:06 am

    The freshness of the vegetables and the variety of the same are an indication of what the people live on. The variety of fishes are also a source fish protein and offer healthy eating. The people are well nourished and I guess are doing a thriving business in their establishments at this Market.This is what the small and medium business facility can do to augment the labour force and reduce the unemployment among the local population. The expansion of this Municipal market should see some form of Re-fridgerataion facility for the meat and fish section. Adequate wash room facilities and a bigger car park! The fish and vegetable stall can also be improved. Pipe borne water supply to each stall in the fish section will improve the hygiene and sanitation of the overall market. The vendors too can contribute to the health and hygiene of their own facility.
    A clean surrounding will encourage more customers and your individual business will improve.

    • Van der Spek  On June 26, 2012 at 11:22 am

      We have lived there on THE sugar estate Rose Hall in 1956 -1962 we would like to visit your country again.

  • Ron. Persaud  On December 15, 2012 at 10:52 am

    I have taken the liberty to use Google Translate to convert the two Dutch language posts.

    1. What we would like once again to run this market. Will be in the last few years a great deal changed. Greetings. Mars & Ina.

    2. We also unfortunately Jany and Bart.

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