Barbados National Heroes
Meet the outstanding Barbadians who are recognized as our National Heroes.
Sir Garfield Sobers - Born in Barbados in July this former cricketer played for the West Indies between 1954 and and is widely considered one of cricket's greatest all-rounders.
One of Barbados' ten national heroes Sir Grantley Adams was a great social reformer who fought tirelessly for the rights of Barbadians, especially the under-privileged.
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National Hero The Right Excellent Sir Frank Walcott will be among those Barbadians honoured by labour stakeholders for their contribution to Barbados' development.
The Rt. Excellent Errol Walton Barrow was the first Prime Minister of Barbados and was influential on the social transformation of the island.
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The Rt. Excellent Sir Hugh Springer is recognized as a National Hero for his contribution to the trade union movement and dedication to public service.
The Rt Excellent Samuel Jackman Prescod was the first non-white to sit in the House of Assembly.
The Rt. Excellent Clement Payne was an advocate of social justice.
The Emancipation Statue, commonly referred to by many Barbadians as "Bussa", a leader of the 1816 Slave Rebellion in Barbados and National Hero of