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Until now, Brockley merchandise has been a little shoddy, but the Broca has upped the ante, with these primary-coloured bags, available now for £3.50 a pop. Their new jute bags all come with a Anonymous-baiting "ethically traded" guarantee.
nice... we can now wear the t-shirt and carry a bag!
anon... go vomit elsewhere please, better don't type a word if you are going to behave like a teenager... hold on! you might be one! or at least mentally.
I really like them...
I'll be getting me one or two of those; awesome!
My girlfriend beat Brockley Central to this story! There was one of these hanging on the door when I came home from work yesterday - at first i thought it was an atractive tea-towel: there you go Broca, theres a new line for you...
Mark you, the Telegraph Hill Festival bags have been around for a couple of years now. And there was a Festival t-shirt way back in the early 1990s.Sorry - being deliberatly hyper-local and provocative. They are nice and jutey.
what does 'ethically traded' mean? can you shed some light?
It means something wishy-washy about protecting workers' rights. Presumably they're not made by interns.
You can also get those I Broccoli Brockley bags at Browns of Brockley opposite Brockley station now.
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