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Vendors happy for pop-up prop


Sheria Brathwaite

Vendors happy for pop-up prop
Nicole Rowe (left) of HoneyChild skincare products, showing Malik Mings (centre) and Deryka Sobers some of the items she had on display. (Picture by Reco Moore.)

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Many entrepreneurs got the opportunity to showcase their talent and skills at the National Cultural Foundation’s (NCF) Crop Over Art and Artisan pop-up centre at Pelican Village, The City, yesterday.

There were baskets, accent and décor items, hand-made soaps and natural skin products, hand-made scented candles and spa products, art and craft, health and wellness products, Bajan sweets and treats, henna art and performances by a number of artistes.

NCF senior business development officer André Hoyte said Barbadians had a lot of talent and Crop Over was also about showing the dexterous side of Barbados.

“It gives the artisans who produce a wide range of products an opportunity to showcase what they can do during the Crop Over season. Today we had about 13 vendors and the additional 19 shops at Pelican. We have seen people passing through and have been checking out the displays by the artisans,” he said. (SB)

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