• AGO Christmas Shopping Boutique
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  • ACLT/Raffle Prizes
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Date: Saturday 03 December 2011
Time: 12:00pm to 7:00pm
Venue: The Bussey Building, CLF Art Cafe [1st Floor + 2nd Floor], 133 Rye Lane, London SE15 4ST | clfartcafe.org

£3.00 entry includes £1 charitable donation to the African-Caribbean Leukaemia Trust [ACLT]

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Second annual Afridiziak Gifts and Occasions Christmas Shopping boutique raises £194 for the African-Caribbean Leukaemia Trust

The festive season was welcomed with the second annual Afridiziak Gifts and Occasions Christmas Shopping boutique, held on Saturday 3 December 2011 at the CLF Art Café in south-east London. This unique shopping event brought together top quality exhibitors who offered unique, culturally inspired gifts not found on the shelves of local high street shops. The day included Christmas Carols sung by Gospel Essence choir, dj's Blaze it Up Entertainment and rapper Mas Law keeping shoppers and exhibitors in high spirits. Estar Artistics and Strange Fruit kept children smiling with face-painting and a Christmas card making workshop. Noisettes lead singer Shingai Shoniwa also came to do some shopping too.

Sophia A Jackson, Afridiziak Gifts and Occasions communications director, said: "Thank you to our sponsors, partners, volunteers, friends and family and the guests who contributed to the success of the day. Afridiziak Gifts and Occasions is all about supporting African-Caribbean businesses in raising their profile, this event is one way for them to do this. Thank you to the exhibitors who came back from 2010 and our new exhibitors who joined us this year".

Charity: For the second year running we chose the African-Caribbean Leukaemia Trust [ACLT] as our official charity and we raised £194 through raffle ticket sales and proceeds from our ticket sales. Much loved actor and ACLT supporter Jimmy Akingbola [Rev/Holby City] was present on the day to announce the raffle prize winners and multicultural card publisher Colorblind Cards were also present on the day selling their Angels range of Christmas cards - 15 per cent from the sale of each card goes to the ACLT.

ACLT's co-founder and director of operations, Beverley De-Gale OBE, said: "Thanks to the Afridiziak team on their efforts for delivering a superb Christmas shopping event and for raising vital funds which contribute to the lifesaving work the ACLT provide to those suffering from leukaemia and other life threatening blood related cancers. We truly appreciate their continued support".

Our 2011 exhibitors: Unit London; Mmm Hair; Dete Tete Designs; Style Queen Boutique; Dinah's Dessert's; WOW WOW Flowers; Qemamu Mosaics; Positive Image Project; Greenshack Productions; Sheabutter Cottage; Onekana; Yess Essentials; Aziza; Cabbi Arts and Textiles; Handmade by George; Hair We Grow Natural; Ugo's Boutique; Ndulge; Afrocenchix; Tantie Lorraine; Rise Books; The Calabash Hub; Colorblind Cards; Sotonye; Kofi Arts; Nerua Phut Accessories; She's Royal Wraps; Beautiful Roots; Cotton Candy Flamingo / Tata and Friends; Arroco.co.uk; Blackarmoor Clothing; Supreme Exfoliating Mitts; Michelle Campbell; Design to Impact; Chayselle Unique/Rachelle Reid; Ka-Ima B.joux; Oya's Adornments; Evelyn Products; Proud to Be African; Joli Create; RococoChichi, Strange Fruit and Dolls Like You.

Afridiziak Gifts and Occasions finance and operations director, Deanne Rowe said: " Thank you to our sponsors, partners, exhibitors, volunteers and shoppers who made the event special. We had a wide range of sponsors who made the goodie bags worth having and our partners who also contributed to the day's success. The exhibitors and their products were of a high quality and provided something for everyone - thank you for letting us host you all at our event which we hope will continue to improve and grow with the help of all the people that made it happen."

Exhibitor feedback:
She's Royal Wraps: "Afridiziak Gifts and Occasions Christmas shopping boutique was fabulous: great venue, fab music, great people, what more can you ask for? Yes, please to 2012!"

Onekana be Seen: "Had a fabulous time at the Afridiziak Gifts and Occasions Christmas shopping boutique! Much thanks to all who made purchases and showed love. Congrats to all the Afridiziak team." Guest feedback:

Sherece Rainford: "Great turn out, fantastic products on sale."

Kay Russell: "I liked everything about the event. The goodie bags were a great bonus; there was so much going on. The selection of exhibitors was fantastic – great quality. I'm impressed."

Cicelia Deane: 'The event felt laid back with a sense of community; liked the promotion on local black businesses who I would otherwise not have heard of".

Sponsors and partner organisations:
Thank you to Afridiziak Theatre News; Lime magazine; African-Caribbean Leukaemia Trust; CLF Art café; The Fancy Baker, Dee's Luxury Jamaican rum cakes; Duchess's Sorrel; Mellz Photography; Blaze it Up Entertainment, Estar Artistics, Strange Fruit and Gospel Essence Choir.

Goodie bags: Thank you to the following companies for contributing to our impressive goodie bags: Pendeza Pantyhose, Organic Root Stimulator, Just Cool, Crème of Nature, Mazuri, Kato Enterprises/Ultimalt drinks and Picturehouse Cinemas.

Raffle prizes: Thank you to the following exhibitors and organisations for contributing to our fabulous raffle prizes – Mizani, Harper Collins, Wow Wow Flowers, Ugo's Boutique, Tantie Lorraine, Style Queen Boutique, Sotonye, Sheabutter Cottage, RococoChichi, Risebooks, PositiveImageProject, Oya's Adornment, Onekana, Nerua Phut Accessories, Natural Grace Therapies, Jolicreate, Handmade By George, Evelyn Products, Dolls Like Us, Cotton Candy Flamingo, Cabbi Arts and Textiles, Blackarmoor Clothing, Beautiful Roots, Arroco, Afrocenchix, and Yess Essentials.

Notes to editors


Afridiziak Gifts and Occasions Christmas shopping boutique 2010: The first event was held at the Oval House Theatre, south-east London. There were 30 exhibitors and we raised £120 for the African-Caribbean Leukaemia Trust. As well as our supportive shoppers, Ellen Thomas and Dona Croll from the world of acting also joined us on the day. Info: www.afridiziak.com/xmas2010

About the African-Caribbean Leukaemia Trust [ACLT] – promoting bone marrow and blood donation
The ACLT was established in June 1996 by Beverly De-Gale and Orin Lewis, the parents of Daniel De-Gale. When the charity was initially set up, Daniel had already been suffering from Leukaemia for three years. Daniel's parents were informed that his only hope of survival was to receive a bone marrow transplant. Due to the fact that bone marrow contains racially specific characteristics, the compatible donor for Daniel could only be found within the black or mixed race population. At the time when the shattering news was revealed, there were just 550 black or mixed race people on the UK bone marrow registers. The Consultant at Great Ormond Street Hospital who was responsible for Daniel informed the parents that there was just an approx.

1 in 250,000 chance of Daniel finding a compatible donor. Daniel finally won his battle against Leukaemia when on 16th June 1999 at the age of 12 he received a bone marrow transplant from an unrelated American donor, Doreene Carney, at Great Ormond Street Hospital. This enabled Daniel to live a full and fruitful life including successfully passing his exams at school and University. Daniel was in full remission and free of Cancer, but due to complications with his health that led to multiple organ failure he died aged 21 on the 8th October 2008 in hospital surrounded by his family.

The charity raises awareness which enables potential donors to come forward at the ACLT registration drives to be involved in the process of offering hope and a healthy future to someone whose disorder may otherwise prove fatal. The ACLT has raised the numbers of potential black/mixed Race donors from 550 to approx. 33,000 and many lives have been saved in the process.

Info: www.aclt.org

Exhibitor Directory
If you are interested in being a stall holder, please e-mail Sophia A Jackson on sophia@afridiziak.com

Thank you to the following organisations and exhibitors who will be joining us at the second annual Afridiziak Gifts and Occasions Christmas shopping boutique:

AGO XMAS 2011 official charity: African-Caribbean Leukaemia Trust [ACLT]
Charity: Help us to create a better future for people with leukaemia and other blood-related cancers
Info: www.aclt.org

AGO XMAS 2011 official partner: Dee's Luxury Jamaican Rum Cakes
Food: Gift boxed Jamaican rum cakes; sold by the slice and also free samples
Info: www.deesluxuryjamaicanrumcakes.co.uk

AGO XMAS 2011 official partner: The Fancy Baker
Food: Cupcakes and a few small gift wrapped cakes from their Christmas selection
Info: www.thefancybaker.com

AGO Xmas 2011 exhibitor: Style Queen Boutique
Accessories: Style Queen Boutique sells ladies’ clothing and accessories (bags, shawls, belts, costume jewellery). On the day they will be selling accessories.
Info: Style Queen Boutique on Twitter | Style Queen Boutique on Facebook

AGO Xmas 2011 exhibitor: Betty Loves Jams
Home: Homemade jams, pepper sauces and chutneys and handmade pot pourri Lavender aroma cushions for the home made in beautiful African fabric.
Info: Betty Loves Jams on Twitter | Betty Loves Jams website

AGO Xmas 2011 exhibitor: Wow Wow Flowers
Home: Beautiful, indulgent floral displays in quirky, recycled containers such as old wooden distressed boxes, large shells, high heeled shoes and lacquered boxes containing roses as well as very unusual Christmas wreaths made from vegetables, spices and seasonal fruits.
Info: [e] jenni33fer@yahoo.co.uk

AGO XMAS 2011 official partner: Duchess's Sorrel
Drink: A refreshing, nutritious drink made from the red sepals of the roselle plant, commonly known as sorrel in the Caribbean. It is rich in vitamin C and can be drunk hot or cold. It is also a great alternative to mulled wine. Duchess's Sorrel is non-alcoholic and lovingly home-made.
Info: [e] duchesssorrel@live.co.uk or call 07951 549 192

AGO XMAS 2011 exhibitor: Positive Image Project
Clothing: We sell a black Angela Davis “Still I Rise” t-shirt; a yellow “ain’t I a woman” t-shirt and a Freedom” t-shirt.
Info: email: positiveimageproject@hotmail.com

AGO XMAS 2011 exhibitor: Greenshack Productions
Various: conscious books, clothing and badges
Info: www.greenshackproductions.com

AGO XMAS 2011 exhibitor: Sheabutter Cottage
Body: Sheabutter Cottage is a fair trade, ethical business based in Sonning, Reading (UK). We offer handmade Cioccolatina natural toiletries and exotic butters & supplies. We stock and distribute Jamaican black castor oil in UK and within Europe. We take great pride in sourcing quality ingredients directly from farmers/producers or through community projects.
Info: www.sheabuttercottage.co.uk | twitter.com/AshantiGirl

AGO XMAS 2011 exhibitor: Mmm… Hair
Hair: natural, luxury haircare products
Info: www.mmmhair.co.uk

AGO Xmas 2011 exhibitor: Cabbi Arts and Textiles
Fashion: Fashion and accessories: Cabbi Arts and Textiles is where you can find clothing designs and artwork inspired by the African Caribbean Diaspora. Cabbi clothing tunics are made from linen, embellished with West African fabrics and original print work, which are easy to wear, simply cut and suitable for range of different occasions. Cabbi cushions, linen tote bags, lavender bags and phone/accessories pouches are made to a high standard and again feature quality fabrics and unique silk screen prints.
Info: Cabbi Arts and Textiles website | Cabbi Arts and Textiles on Twitter

AGO Xmas 2011 official partner: Strange Fruit
Greeting cards: Strange Fruit make colourful greeting cards for colourful people, proudly (and rather stylishly) reflecting black Britain. Their card making workshops give everyone - young and not so young - the opportunity to have some fun and get busy with the paper, glue and scissors and make their own card their way.
The winner of the best card design will receive a family ticket to see Cinderella at Theatre Royal Stratford East.
Info: Strange Fruit website | Strange Fruit on Facebook | Strange Fruit on Twitter | Christmas card making competition

AGO XMAS 2011 official exhibitor: Qemamu Mosaics
Home and occasions: specialising in African Inspired Mosaics and cards
Info: www.qemamumosaics.com

AGO XMAS 2011 official exhibitor: Onekana
Fashion: Unique handmade shoes and accessories
Info: www.etsy.com/shop/Onekana

AGO Xmas 2011 exhibitor: Handmade by George
Greeting cards and paper based products: Handmade by George works passionately to create stunning bespoke paper based products which are made with love and care to ensure a unique experience.
Info: Handmade by George website | Handmade by George on Twitter

AGO Xmas 2011 exhibitor: Aziza
Bodycare: we do a range of natural beauty products from – face creams, African black soap, shea butter, hemp oil and Salt Scrubs, our own range of bags and some jewellery.
Info: Aziza website

AGO Xmas 2011 exhibitor: Hair We Grow Natural 100%
Hair: A premium hair care range with all natural ingredients we encourage individuals to grow your hair whatever your state, relaxed, natural hair without the use of harsh chemicals. We will be selling a range of products Hairdress and Spritz’s in two different sizes for each.
Info: www.hairwegrownatural.com

AGO Xmas 2011: Yess Essentials
Bodycare: Yess Essentials Skincare Products and Yess Essentials Body Accessories
Info: www.yessessentials.com

AGO Xmas 2011 exhibitor: Ugo's Boutique
Fashion: UGO is a fashion accessories label offering durable oilcloth bags made from traditional African fabrics. We will be selling a selection of bags from our current collection.
Info: www.ugosboutique.com | www.twitter.com/ugosboutique

AGO Xmas 2011 exhibitor: Afrocenchix
Haircare: We manufacture natural hair care products. On sale will be our Essentials Range, comprising of a water based daily hair moisturizing spray, a daily conditioning oil and an intense serum oil. Also on sale is our and our Exotics Range, a Shea butter based hair moisturizer, a travel size styling butter and a sweet smelling body butter.
Info: www.Afrocenchix.com | www.twitter.com/Afrocenchix

AGO Xmas 2011 exhibitor: Natural Grace Therapies
Body: Natural Grace Therapies will be doing 10 minute chair massage treatments.
Info: www.natural-grace.co.uk | www.twitter.com/NGTherapies

AGO Xmas 2011 exhibitor: Tantie Lorraine
Food: Homemade jams, relishes and hot sauces. On the day they will be selling gift sets of the jams etc as well as a ‘Caribbean Xmas Hamper’ i.e. ‘black’ cake, sorrel and ginger beer.
Info: www.tantielorraine.co.uk/

AGO Xmas 2011 exhibitor: Rise Books
Books: will be selling multi-cultural books and arts/crafts
Info: www.risebooks.com

AGO Xmas 2011 exhibitor: The Calabash Hub
Various: We will be selling natural skin and hair care products, hand-made black soaps, African printed/leather bags, Adinkra wax printed material and Sankofa carvings.
Info: www.thecalabashhub.com

AGO Xmas 2011 exhibitor: Colorblind Cards
Cards and gifts: Britain’s leading multicultural greeting card and gift range will be selling their much loved every-day and Christmas cards, mugs and magnets perfect for stocking fillers!
Info: www.colorblindcards.com | www.twitter.com/colorblindcards

AGO Xmas 2011 exhibitor: Dinah's Desserts
Food: Dinah's Desserts goes Christmas will be selling their Christmas cupcake selection; homemade mince pies and hot mulled wine; chocolate roulade slices Christmas biscuits; 6 homemade selection choc bag; mini toffee apples and Christmas Homemade Hampers.
Info: Dinahsdesserts@googlemail.co.uk

AGO Xmas 2011 exhibitor: SoTonye
Body: SoTonye sells homemade, 100% natural hair balms and lip balms.
Info: www.sotonye.co.uk | www.twitter.com/sotonye24

AGO Xmas 2011 exhibitor: She's Royal Wraps
Fashion: sell handmade headwraps and handmade jewellery, and prints and paintings
Info: www.facebook.com/shesroyalwraps

AGO Xmas 2011: Kofi Arts
Various: African Caribbean fine arts - greeting cards, posters, original art and health/vitality charts.
Info: [e] kofi_arts@btinternet.co.uk

AGO Xmas 2011: Nerua Phut Accessories
Business/accessories: Selling accessories and jewellery. I’ll also be promoting the Saturday School that I co-ordinate.
Info: www.neruaphut.com

AGO Xmas 2011 exhibitor: Beautiful Roots
Hair: We provide natural hair care products for all hair types. Our brands Indigofera, Jane Carter Solutions, and Elucence are dedicated to delivering products that promote and encourage healthy, radiant hair.
Info: www.beautifulroots.co.uk | www.facebook.com/beautifulroots

AGO Xmas 2011 exhibitor: Arroco.co.uk
Occasions: Arroco.co.uk is an online store dedicated to making Afrocentric decorations and gifts mainstream.
Info: www.arroco.co.uk | www.twitter.com/arrocoUK

AGO Xmas 2011 exhibitor: Cotton Candy Flamingo/Tata & Friends
Various: Tata and Friends – handmade soft toys and gifts – ‘Tata is precocious, playful, clever, unpredicatable, inquisitive and friendly. A companion, and a friend. / CottonCandyFlamingo – Clothing for men and women.
Info: [e] cottoncandyflamingo@hotmail.co.uk

AGO Xmas 2011 exhibitor: Ka-Ima B.joux
Jewellery: Sterling Silver jewellery and other accessories
Info: www.kaimabijoux.com | www.facebook.com/kaimabijoux

AGO Xmas 2011 exhibitor: Oya's Adornments
Various: Jewellery (children's & adults) and mosaics.
Info: www.OyasAdornments.com

AGO Xmas 2011 exhibitor: Blackarmoor Clothing
Fashion: clothing label (t shirts, jumpers and caps
Info: www.twitter.com/blackarmoor | www.facebook.com/blackarmoorclothingbrand

AGO Xmas 2011 exhibitor: Chayselle Boutique/Rachelle Reid
Various: soaps; bags and jewellery
Info: [e] raetysy@hotmail.com

AGO Xmas 2011 exhibitor: Evelyn Products
Hair: Natural hair products
Info: www.evelynproducts.com

AGO Xmas 2011 exhibitor: Proud to be African Clothing
Fashion: Proud to be African Clothing designs and sells African inspired T shirts, hoodies, children’s T shirts and baby clothes that makes T shirts, hoodys, sweatshirts, children's clothes and baby body suits with African designed logos.
Info: www.proudtobeafrican.co.uk/ | www.twitter.com/Proud2bNigerian

AGO Xmas 2011: Jolicreate
Home: Hand painted ceramics, glassware and canvasses
Info: [e] trendijo@yahoo.co.uk

AGO Xmas 2011 exhibitor: RococoChichi
Body: RococoChichi creates 100% natural and handmade Whipped Shea Butter for Body, Hair and Hands.
Info: www.rococochichi.com

AGO Xmas 2011 exhibitor: Dolls Like Us
Children: Dolls, black books; children's books and party supplier
Info: www.blackbeautydolls.com | www.twitter.com/dollslikeyoultd | www.facebook.com/blackbeautydolls

Sponsors and Partners
Thank you to the following organisations who are working with us this year

Official Media Partner
Lime Magazine
Lime Magazine
CLF Art Café
CLF Art Café
Official Online Partner
Afridiziak's Theatre News
Afridiziak's Theatre News
Official Photographer
Mella Binns
Mella Binns
Official Workshop Sponsor
Strange Fruit
Strange Fruit
Official DJ
Blaze It Up Entertainment
Blaze It Up Entertainment
Official Cake Sponsor
The Fancy Baker
The Fancy Baker
Official Partner: Face-painting
Estar Artistics
Estar Artistics
Official Partner:
Dee's Luxury Jamaican Rum Cakes
Dee's Luxury Jamaican Rum Cakes
Official Drinks Sponsor
Duchess's Sorrel | 07951 549 192
Duchess's Sorrel
Mas Law will perform a short set
Mas Law
Mas Law
Goodie Bag Sponsor
Just Cool
Just Cool
Goodie Bag Sponsor
Creme of Nature
Creme of Nature
Goodie Bag Sponsor
Goodie Bag Sponsor
Pendeza Pantyhouse
Goodie Bag Sponsor
Organic Root Stimulator
Organic Root Stimulator
Official Choir
Gospel Essence Choir will perform
gospel essence choir

About us
Afridiziak Gifts and Occasions was launched in September 2010 by Deanne Rowe and Sophia A Jackson. We are all about unique gifts which are culturally inspired by African-Caribbean culture and we support entrepreneurs in getting their goods and services to a wider audience.

our contacts
Sophia Jackson
(e) sophia@afridiziak.com
(m) +44 (0) 7855 86 77 78
Deanne Rowe
(e) deanne@afridiziak.com
(m) +44 (0) 7787 22 78 28
General Enquiries
(e) events@afridiziak.com
Twitter: twitter.com/AfridiziakGO
Facebook: facebook.com/AfridiziakGiftsOccasions
AGO Xmas 2010: afridiziak.com/xmas2010
Official Charity: ACLT/Raffle Prizes
Raffle prizes for the Afridiziak Gifts and Occasions Official Charity: African-Caribbean Leukaemia Trust

This year’s official Afridiziak Gifts and Occasions charity is the African-Caribbean Leukaemia Trust [ACLT]. We are pleased to be working with them for the second year running.

We would like to give a heartfelt thank you to individuals and organisations who have generously donated items to our charity raffle and to our shoppers for helping us raise funds for the ACLT.

As part of the £3 admission to the Afridiziak Gifts and Occasions Christmas shopping boutique, £1 will be donated to the ACLT – this is the equivalent of a raffle ticket.

Raffle tickets will also be sold during the day for £1 and the prize draw announced at 4pm by much loved actor Jimmy Akingbola [Rev/ACLT].

About the ACLT – promoting bone marrow and blood donation
The ACLT was established in June 1996 by Beverly De-Gale and Orin Lewis, the parents of Daniel De-Gale. When the charity was initially set up, Daniel had already been suffering from Leukaemia for three years. Daniel’s parents were informed that his only hope of survival was to receive a bone marrow transplant. Due to the fact that bone marrow contains racially specific characteristics, the compatible donor for Daniel could only be found within the black or mixed race population.

At the time when the shattering news was revealed, there were just 550 black or mixed race people on the UK bone marrow registers. The Consultant at Great Ormond Street Hospital who was responsible for Daniel informed the parents that there was just an approx. 1 in 250,000 chance of Daniel finding a compatible donor. Info: www.aclt.org

  • Mizani have donated a gift bag containing Shimmer Reflects Gel; Setting Lotion; Rose H20 and a Mizani hair brush | twitter.com/mizaniuk
  • Picturehouse Cinemas have donated five pairs of tickets for five lucky winners to see any film of their choice at any Picturehouse Cinema within the next six months

  • A selection of CD’s from the hottest stars of the moment

  • A selection of DVD’s

  • Harper Collins have donated a copy of Jermaine Jackson’s book You Are Not Alone

  • AGOXmas2011 exhibitor Style Queen Boutique are donating an item of costume jewellery
  • AGOXmas2011 exhibitor Positive Image Project are donating one of their Angela Davis t-shirts

  • AGOXmas2011 exhibitor Wow Wow Flowers are donating a floral Christmas display

  • AGOXmas2011 exhibitor Strange Fruit are donating a 2012 calendar

  • AGOXmas2011 exhibitor Betty Loves Jams are donating something from their collection/range

  • AGOXmas2011 exhibitor PositiveImageProject are donating an Angela Davis t-shirt

  • AGOXmas2011 exhibitor Onekana are donating a purse and photo frame

  • AGOXmas2011 exhibitor Yess Essentials are donating something from the range

  • AGOXmas2011 exhibitor Cabbi Arts and Textiles are donating a linen tote bag

  • AGOXmas2011 exhibitor Handmade by George are donating three packs of a selection of Christmas cards

  • AGOXmas2011 exhibitor Natural Grace Therapies are donating a goodie bag of bath and body products

  • AGOXmas2011 exhibitor Ugo’s Boutique are donating a hand appliqued canvas tote bag

  • AGOXmas2011 exhibitor Afrocenchix are donating a body butter

  • AGOXmas2011 exhibitor Tantie Lorraine are donating a gift set of chilli jams and crackers

  • AGOXmas2011 exhibitor Rise Books are donating a book

  • AGOXmas2011 exhibitor Colorblind Cards will be selling their brand new ‘ANGELS’ Christmas card pack, which they have collaborated with the ACLT on. £1.50 from the sale of each pack of these ANGELS cards goes directly to the ACLT.

  • AGOXmas2011 exhibitor SotonYe are donating 1 Shea Shalva Hair Balm and 1 Simply Piquant Lip Balm

  • AGOXmas2011 exhibitor Nerua Phut Accessories are donating a flower fabric broche

  • AGOXmas2011 exhibitor Beautiful Roots are donating a sample of products from the haircare range

  • AGOXmas2011 exhibitor Cotton Candy Flamingo/Tata & Friends are donating a soft toy - Tata

  • AGOXmas2011 exhibitor Arrocco.co.uk are donating something from their range

  • AGOXmas2011 exhibitor Blackarmoor Clothing are donating a t-shirt

  • AGOXmas2011 exhibitor Supreme Exfoliating Mittsare donating a mitt and exfoliating scrubber

  • AGOXmas2011 exhibitor Oya's Adornments are donating an item of jewellery

  • AGOXmas2011 exhibitor Evelyn Products are donating something from their range

  • AGOXmas2011 exhibitor Jolicreate are donating a large mug

  • AGOXmas2011 exhibitor RococoChichi are donating 1 body butter, 1 hair butter and 1 hand butter

  • AGOXmas2011 exhibitor Dolls Like Us will donate a doll

Coming soon...

This year the second annual Afridiziak Gifts and Occasions Christmas shopping boutique will be held at:
The Bussey Building, CLF Art Cafe [1st Floor + 2nd Floor], 133 Rye Lane, London SE15 4ST

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  • The Bussey Building, 133 Rye Lane, London SE15 4ST

  • Overground trains to Peckham Rye (Zone 2) leave from London Bridge and London Victoria.

  • From the station, walk out of the exit and turn right down the small alleyway: you’ll pass a newsagent and a salon.

  • Take the next left (Blenheim Grove) and you’ll find yourself walking towards the main road (Rye Lane).

  • Even before you reach the main road you should see, directly ahead of you, a tunnel marked 133 Rye Lane. This is the entrance to the Bussey Building! Walk down the tunnel, into the building and up to the first floor where the event is being held.

  • For up-to-date travel news visit www.tfl.gov.uk

  • Parking: there is parking for approximately x60 cars and it's £1 per hour