Building on the huge success of the last 8 years………………………
19 October 2019
Join us for a great day and an opportunity to do your early Christmas shopping.
11am – 3.30 pm
What makes the Afrikaya Bazaar different?
- Afrikaya has many loyal supporters thereby not just relying on local people. This increases the footfall.
- Live music and refreshments throughout the day.
- Warm Gambian lunch available at very reasonable cost.
- Unusual gifts to make your gift buying fun – made by local craftspeople or sourced from craftspeople in The Gambia.
- Drum circle at 3.30 p.m..
Lynette Thomas & Wolfy Wilkins
Mosaic jewellery and boxes, small stone sculptures and some textile pieces.
You can find Lynette on Facebook and Instagram:
Needlefelt pictures and kits and lovely bags. https://m.facebook.com/Needlefeltpictures/
The Spirit of Sophia
Here’s what Julia says : “My name’s Julia Jenkins. I’m a Reiki Master/Teacher, Crystal Healer and jewellery maker. I make all my jewellery in an atmosphere of peace and positive energy, choosing the gemstones for their healing properties and infuse each piece with healing Reiki energy. I’m also a Holistic Aromatherapist, Massage Therapist, Stress Management Consultant, Spiritual Coach, Healing Meditation Practitioner and Intuitive Tarot Reader. I hope you’ll pop over to my website for lots more information. www.thespiritofsophia.co.uk
Julia can also be found on her Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/spiritofsophia/
Upcycled homewares lovingly paper patched into the 21st century.
Forever Living Aloe Vera Products and CBD oil and hemp products
Wonderful knitted boleros and semi-precious jewellery and children’s aprons.
Shyamli Gumber of Shanaya Designs
Gorgeous hemp designed candles, Indian jewellery and scarves
Liberty fabric baubles. Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/LibertyLilith/
Nick & Karen Bidmead
We are happy to announce that we are full for 2019, if you want to book for 2020, please book asap email: firstname.lastname@example.org