- Title: Harry visits the Nature Fun Ranch in St Andrew, Barbados
- Date: 1st December 2016
- Summary: SAINT ANDREW, BARBADOS (DECEMBER 01, 2016) (REUTERS) BRITAIN'S PRINCE HARRY TALKING TO NATURE FUN RANCH FOUNDER COREY LANE VARIOUS OF NATURE FUN RANCH MAIN GATE HARRY AND LANE TALKING WHILE WALKING YOUNG MEN LOOKING ON VARIOUS OF HARRY AND LANE TALKING AS CROWD LOOKS ON BOY BRUSHING HORSE HARRY TALKING TO KIDS AS LANE LOOKS ON PAINTING ON WALL READING 'KEEPING A NATURALLY POSITIVE ATTITUDE' VARIOUS OF HARRY AND LANE TALKING HORSES LANE LOOKING AT A GOAT CHICKENS IN A COOP HARRY AND LANE TALKING WHILE WALKING UP A HILL CHICKENS IN A COOP HARRY LOOKING AT CHICKENS IN A COOP VARIOUS OF HARRY AND LANE TALKING WHILE WALKING DOWN A HILL HORSES HARRY AND LANE TALKING WHILE WALKING DOWN A HILL VARIOUS OF RECYCLING CENTER YOUNG MEN WALKING AND RIDING HORSES BOY SITTING ON WHEELBARROW VARIOUS OF YOUNG MEN BRUSHING A HORSE
- Embargoed: 16th December 2016 21:05
- Keywords: Prince Harry Barbados Nature Fun Ranch
- Location: SAINT ANDREW, BARBADOS
- City: SAINT ANDREW, BARBADOS
- Country: Barbados
- Reuters ID: LVA0015B21CNB
- Aspect Ratio: 16:9
- Story Text: Britain's Prince Harry visited the Nature Fun Ranch in Saint Andrew, Barbados on Thursday (December 1) to see a youth program during his tour marking the island's 50 years of independence.
Harry was hosted by the program's founder Corey Lane, a once-troubled teen who has devoted himself to helping young people with their personal development.
The project teaches the youth to tend to horses, work on vegetable patches and manage fish hatcheries among other activities while they are allowed to speak freely with one another about important topics, including HIV/AIDS.
Harry also met the young people that are benefiting from the project.
Later in the afternoon Harry was expected to head to Paragon Base, the home of the Barbados Defence Force where he is to see how the Eastern Caribbean countries work together at the Regional Security System (RSS), and learn more about the Defence Force's response to combating security threats and the drug trade operating within the region.
The day is expected to finish with the 50th Anniversary Military Parade at Kensington Oval.
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