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Barbados bounces back

Barbados bounces back - Telegraph: "It takes a lot to ruffle the waters on the dreamy west coast of Barbados, but recently ripples have been sent across the island’s swimming pools by the news that Sir Cliff Richard is to sell his £6m Sugar Hill mansion.
Upkeep of the six-bedroom villa with swimming pool and tennis court has started to get a bit much for the 70-year-old singer. He wants somewhere that takes a little less looking after. The good news, though, is that it will still be on Barbados.
“Sir Cliff is looking to buy a lock-up apartment elsewhere on the island,” confirms his representative in Britain. “That said, it hasn’t been built yet.”"
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