Caye Caulker islanders clean up La Isla Cariñosa

With information and photos provided by Sally Ringsred

A group of islanders have one common goal and that is to keep beautiful Caye Caulker clean by spearheading occasional beach clean-ups.  With a total of 13 volunteers, they make this venture a reality and are proud of their efforts in beautifying our little island.  However, they are welcoming as much new volunteers as possible to participate in this worthwhile effort.  Volunteers for the time being consist of Jane Peoples, Ellen Armstrong, Dorothy Beveridge, Sally Ringsred, Luciana Essenziale, Noelle Hogan-Gray, Brian and his wife Evelin Babineau and Deb Folmer among some other tourists and visitors.

Big Kudos to those people who have taken up the initiative to keep Caye Caulker clean, though it would be an even better idea if the entire community, young and old would come together to participate in this endeavour.

Here are a few photos of our hard working Caye Caulker people:

Sally Ringsred, Deb Folmer and Noelle Hogan Gray

Jane Peoples, Luciana Essenziale, Noelle Hogan-Gray and Dorothy Beveridge

all ready to dispose of the collected waste

 Team work goes a long way…kudos to you guys!!



About the Author

A proud past Caye Caulker Villager with a passion for Journalism and beyond. I am a past High School and Sixth Form graduate in Secretarial Studies. I am now a full-time employee at The Villas at Banyan Bay in San Pedro Town. Caye Caulker has been and will always be my hometown and a place that has lots of memories for us all. I am married for 12 years now and have 3 children aged 10, 8 and 4.

1 Comment on "Caye Caulker islanders clean up La Isla Cariñosa"

  1. Sally Ringsred | April 13, 2012 at 4:44 pm |

    Thank you Caye Caulker Chronicles for helping us reach out to others to assist us. We have collected over 60 bags of garbage so far and plan to continue our efforts to clean up the area. Please contact Dorothy Beveridge if you would like to volunteer. PHONE: 623-7182 or EMAIL:
    If you are unable to come out and join us, please consider donating trash bags.

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