Festival and Show
Hoola Hoop Making Workshops where you can make a hoop to the size and colour of your choice!
WE CAN ALSO HANDMADE YOUR HOOPS TO ORDER (FREE DELIVERY IF IN THE CAMBRIDGE AREA)!
Quote from hula hoop customer Jayne Ruffell-Ward in Cambridge
"Fantastic! They are the only hula hoops that work"
Natural Plant Dyeing
Using seeds, leaves, roots, vegetables and fruit!
Hand-Knitted Funky Socks - From £5 for extra small through to £10 for large. Can be made in any colour!!
An Ethical, Fair Trade Boutique
WELCOME TO SAMAMBA ONLINE
RETAIL AND WHOLESALE SHOP - Ethical, Fair Trade and Green!
We have a great range of Jewellery, Clothes and Accessory designs for women and children. Including beautiful prom/party dresses and eveningwear plus lots of fantastic casualwear, all at great prices!!
SAMAMBA, THE COMPANY WITH A CONSCIENCE
Handmade, Ethical and Green!!! Own Original Designs
We specialise in unique individual designs, source all our own materials and personally know the people who make our products! We also have a great all year round summer range; perfect for holidays in hot countries and festivals!
Use the shopping links above to choose your items and see the NEW DESIGNS link below for whats coming soon. If you're a student theres 10% STUDENT DISCOUNT and if you can see FAIR TRADEin my photo gallery you also get 10% discount on your order!!
SAMAMBA HAS TRADED AT MOST OF THE MAJOR UK MUSIC FESTIVALS INCLUDING GLASTONBURY AND LATITUDE (SEE OUR EVENTS PAGE) SINCE 2004 AND NOW YOU CAN BUY THESE FANTASTIC FESTIVAL CLOTHES ONLINE!!
Pedel Powered Generator & Samba Workshops at Samamba
ETHICAL & GREEN:
Samamba came 4th in Glastonbury Green Traders Award 2011!
As well as our ethically sourced materials, green packaging and fairtrade values, we also had an eco-fridge (made by Laurence) displays of our natural plant dyeing and pedel powered generator (made by Scotty at Reworks, Cambridge) at Glasto 2011!!
10% Student Discount
WORKING WITH NATURAL PLANT DYES - Samamba is producing a range of summer clothes using natural plant dyes from her home in Cambridge and is supporting the Houey Hong a vocational training center for women in Vientiene, Laos; which teaches weaving, spinning of cotton and silk and hand dyeing techniques using locally sourced natural plant dyes: http://www.houeyhongcentre.com/index.php