Yellow bus from Bridgetown

Get a bus from the port to the gully for only $2US

Back to Nature Camps at Welchman Hall Gully

Let this be the camp your child falls in love with nature

Duke of Edinburgh Students and Volunteers Programme

Community Outreach

Duke of Edinburg Award SchemeĀ A twelve week volunteer programme for high school students. They come on Saturdays for genreral gardening work, painting, collecting Native plants, tours and more.

Duke students 2011

Students:
Collin Joseph
Johanne Echelmann and Lukas Echelmann
Chad Laurier
Jeremy Devonish
Ajani Daniel
Michelle Brathwaite
Deasha Dewane

Community Outreach

Duke students 2013

Jerod Thompson-Springer
Heather Walker
Aiden O’Donnell
Isabella Burnham
Krystal Rogers
Bekari Hall
Kammele Knight

Ritchie Faulkner (2013)

Ritchie started volunteering the gully in 2013, after a friend brought him to Welchman Hall Gully for a visit. Ritchie lives here part time, so when he returns to the island he volunteers once or twice a week by working on beautifying the Gully, planting trees, prorogating seedling and other maintenance jobs. He decided to volunteer because he really likes Barbados and thought it would be a good idea to give back.

Community Outreach

McGill students (2008)

In September 2008, four students from McGill University, Montreal, Canada, as part of a course for three months, volunteered at Welchman Hall Gully. They built the nursery for the Native Plant Project.

Emma Brooks (2007)

The first volunteer at Welchman Hall Gully under its new management was Emma Brooks, a mother of three whose husband was working in Barbados for one year. She worked one day a week for just under a year. Her help, support and friendship was invaluable to the start of getting Welchman Hall Gully back in order.