The opening of the new bridge onto the cocoa farm in Grenada was a bittersweet occasion as it was also the memorial of our friend, collaborator and colleague, Mott Green, founder of the Grenada Chocolate Company.
Mott was loved by many and is sorely missed, but the ceremony was a beautiful occasion and a chance to celebrate his life. The Mott Green Memorial Bridge was a key part of Mott’s vision, and we are proud to have been able to help complete the bridge in his name.
A tribute to Mott. Edmond Brown, Mott’s co-founder at the Grenada Chocolate Company, is on the right.
The river in full flow – this bridge was much-needed!
Rococo’s chairman and creative director, James and Chantal, speaking at the event
Judith, Mott’s mother
Tillman Thomas, Grenada’s former Prime Minister
James on the cocoa farm with Miss Joyce, Mott’s ‘mother in Grenada’
Mr Smith, cocoa farmer
Farmers Vilma and Sylvani with Edmond Brown, co-founder of the Grenada Chocolate Company
A message from Mott’s friends in Grenada