Brantley interacts with children at Cradles Learning Centre in St Kitts and Nevis

He also extended gratitude to his friends Mr Ible and his wife for the generous initiates and level of hospitality shown at the centre to take care of the children. 

Premier Brantley interacts with children at Cradles Learning Centre in St Kitts and Nevis
Premier Brantley interacts with children at Cradles Learning Centre in St Kitts and Nevis

St Kitts and Nevis: Minister of Foreign Affairs and Civil Aviation and Premier of Nevis Mark Brantley visits the Cradles Learning Centre in Basseterre on the morning of Friday, April 8, 2022. He visited the spot to spend some time with the owners, staff, and the adorable children. 

While expressing pleasure after visiting the site, Premier of Nevis Mark Brantley noted, “Such a pleasure to visit the Cradles Learning Centre in Basseterre this morning and to spend some time with the owners, staff, and the adorable children.” 

Further, Brantley also applauded the various facilities after being impressed by the level of professionalism shown by the faculty members at the centre. “The facility is absolutely first class, and I was thoroughly impressed with the level of care and professionalism I saw on display,” underlined Premier Mark Brantley. 

He also extended gratitude to his friends Mr Ible and his wife for the generous initiates and level of hospitality shown at the centre to take care of the children. 

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Extending gratitude, Premier of Nevis Brantley expressed, “Thanks to my friend Mr Ible and his wife for the kind invitation and hospitality and to the staff and the children who made me feel so welcomed (even though my visit delayed their pizza lunch by a few minutes).” 

While spending time with the adorable children and interacting with them, and exchanging their feeling with each other, Premier Brantley call the time worthful. He also interacted with the little kids at the daycare. 

“A morning well spent”, Premier Mark Brantley added. 

In addition to that, Premier Brantley also shared some glimpse photographs and videos on his Facebook page, where Premier was seen playing and enjoying with the children in the park. The little kids told the leader,” it’s not lunchtime, but it’s pizza time,”. The innocence of the kids touched Brantley, who is a keen supporter of developing more such facilities in St Kitts and Nevis.