On February 28, 2019 a Rededication and Wreath Laying Ceremony was held in memory of Veterans who served in WW II with the British and Allied Forces, at the Clock Tower, Cross Roads in Kingston. The Clock Tower is a monument in honour of brave volunteers of Kingston and St. Andrew.
In attendance were the Mayors of Kingston & Gibraltar (Twin Cities) along with one WW II Veteran James Crouch who laid the wreath in memory of the fallen veterans and other Veterans of the Jamaica Legion.
The Mayor of Gibraltar paid tribute, on behalf of Gibraltarians, to citizens of Kingston and St. Andrew who provided refuge to Gibraltarians who came under attack from the Germans in the 1940s. The Mayor was conferred with the keys to the City of Kingston in recognition of the over 70 years ties between the cities.