Moon Author's Review
Winnifred, known as the people’s beach, lies in a wide, shallow, white-sand cove. It is a beautiful, free public beach in the Fairy Hill district just east of San San and the Blue Lagoon. It’s also the best place for conch soup and fried fish. Food and beverages are sold by a slew of vendors, and there’s a nice restaurant.
Named after the daughter of Quaker minister F. B. Brown as a rest place for missionaries, teachers, and the respectable poor, Winnifred has remained decidedly local, thanks perhaps to the trust that once managed the area and had provisions ensuring that locals could access and enjoy the beach. The Urban Development Corporation now controls the land, but local resistance to its being developed has ensured that it remains a local hot spot.