The Constituency of St. Lucy

 

 

Polling Division Location
LA1 Half Moon Fort Primary School
LA2 A-F Checker Hall, New Testament Church of God
LA2 G-Z Salvation Army Church, Checker Hall
LB1 Selah Primary School
LB2 Selah Primary School
LC1 Miracle Pentecostal Faith Centre, Hope Road
LC2 St. Swithin’s Parish Hall and Community Centre
LD1 The William Donald George Parish Centre (Old St. Lucy Rectory)
LD2 St. Lucy’s Primary School
LD3 St. Lucy’s Primary School
LE1 Ignatius Byer Primary School
LE2 Ignatius Byer Primary School
LE3 Church of the Narazene, Hope Road

From a point on the eastern sea coast north of Pico Teneriffe and east of the point at which the public road leading to Boscobel begins to turn in a south easterly direction in a straight line to this point; thence in a westerly direction along this public road from Boscobel to its junction with the Cave Hill Drive–Lamberts Road; thence continuing in a westerly direction along the Cave Hill Drive–Lamberts Road to its junction with Lamberts–Alexandra–Luke Hill Road; thence in a northerly, then westerly and south westerly  direction along the middle of the Lamberts–Alexandra–Luke Hill Road to its junction with  Highway A (the Rose Hill–St. Lucy’s Church Road) and the private road leading to Alleynedale Hall; thence in a westerly direction and diverting along the branch of this private road so as to leave the plantation buildings in St. Peter and then in a northerly direction to its junction with Highway 1C (the Colleton–St.Lucy’s Church Road); thence in a south westerly direction along the middle of Highway 1C to its junction with the public road leading from Shermans to Half Moon Fort; thence in a straight line to a point on the coast west of the junction of Highway 1C and the public road leading from Shermans to Half Moon Fort; thence in a northerly, north easterly and south easterly direction along the sea coast to a point on the coast north of Pico Teneriffe and east of the point at which the public road leading to Boscobel begins to turn in a south easterly direction (the starting point).

Ms. Julia Moore