the Parish Council in the Square in Spanish
Town. It houses the Mayor's Parlour and
several government offices. The Town Council
meets weekly to decide on matters in this
town. You are looking directly at History -
this is one of Jamaica's most important
buildings. The Mayor,
The Secretary Manager and other Officials
occupy this building. It is a historic
student came to our intervention
program at Spanish Town Citizens Against Gun
Violence when we first started out.
Here is a young man who not only excelled,
he listened, he learned and he performed.
He did so very well in our intervention
program and has now migrated to the United
States where he is in college.
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Town Iron Bridge, which spans the Rio Cobre
river at the eastern end of Spanish Town,
can be seen from the Stubbs Bridge that is
currently being used. The abutment of the
bridge is constructed with cut stone while
the bridge is cast iron. It is about 81ft
long and 15ft wide.
bridge, erected in 1801, at a cost of four
thousand pounds is the oldest bridge of its
kind in the Western Hemisphere.