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Our new online shop!!!

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Hi all,


Myself and my partner have started an online shop (although we also attend UK fayres!). Bongos Empire offers a selection of mind, body, and spirit, holistic and wellbeing items such as crystals, giftware, handmade and vegan-friendly skincare products and candles as well as alternative fashion accessories, jewellery and craft supplies. Our products are inspired by spirituality, mother nature, Wicca and magick and rest assurred…our prices are also magickal! 


We are a start up and we would appreciate any kind of support, even just feedback. Visit our website:


We are also on instagram @bongosempire and facebook!!

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