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Legendary Bajan nightclub to close

Stabroek News "Barbados Nation One of Barbados’ oldest nightclubs and entertainment spots is calling it a day.

The popular Ship Inn at St Lawrence Gap, Christ Church, will close its doors next Wednesday after 37 years in operation."

'via Blog this'

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