More than 35 meetings and visits are being organised for the delegation, to provide them with first-hand knowledge of matters of importance in the Cayman Islands. The meetings cover both the private and public sectors and include subjects such as business and commerce, biodiversity, tourism and culture, and Cayman’s political and legislative system.
“By the end of our visit we should all be in a much better position to reinforce a very positive message about the successes of the Cayman Islands in the UK Parliament and media,” Lord Blencathra said.
Lord Blencathra will arrive the week of 26 March; the MPs will arrive the week of 2 April. The visit will conclude on 6 April.