We would like to extend a gracious thank you to everyone who participated in the Queen’s Baton Relay which was held on Monday 31 March and Tuesday 1 April 2014. A special thank you to the Commissioner of Police, Rudolph Proctor, and the officers involved with leading the relay to ensure the safety of the participants both on sea and land.

A warm thank you to Curt Harris for his kindness in allowing us to use his boat (Lady Celestia) on the first day of the relay to sail around most of the island, and thank you Sammy and Remoy, for your expert seamanship that made that journey a pleasant and enjoyable one.

Thank you Gerard and team from De Storm sail boat for giving up your morning to relay the baton by sea, and Ernie and Trivon, thank you for giving up your fishing day to assist us with the alighting and boarding of the baton and team at various beaches.

To the children of the island, thank you for behaving and participating in this memorable event which was meant for your enjoyment.  The keenness and happiness shown on your faces made it all worthwhile.

We thank the Anguilla Amateur Cycling Association for supplying us with riders throughout both days and the Motorbike Club, Carmen, Glen and team, your display made a difference.  We appreciated the time you gave selflessly to help us make it extra special.

To everyone else that took part in this auspicious occasion, hotels and restaurants staff, banks and government staff, Breed and his donkey, Zambezi and his horse, Blackie, Slick and Deion, dignitaries such as Ronald Webster and Emile Gumbs, Othlyn Vanterpool, Jerome Roberts, Eddie Baird, Victor Banks, James Wood, Governor Christina Scott and Rev. Wycherley Gumbs, who gave the blessing on the first morning, and anyone else we may not have mentioned, we thank you all.