Gift Shop

We have a small stall which helps to support the centre.  A selection of which is provided at each meeting and on our Facebook store.

If there is anything in particular you would like to purchase, please contact us or visit us at  Psychic Fairs and our monthly meetings


We are dedicated to bringing you the best in giftware.  Our wholesaler imports hand-crafted giftware directly from India, Indonesia & China and manufactures Aromatherapy, Home Fragrance Items and Bathroom Gifts in their UK factory in Sheffield.   We also support local talent craft makers so that you can find that unique piece for your home, garden or business.


We try hard to ensure our suppliers are like minded as us in the following: -

  1. Testing on animals

We are passionate about gifts, but much more about animals. We condemn any act of cruelty, for that reason:

No Product we stock has been tested on animals. However, it is virtually impossible to claim that all the basic ingredients that go in to a product have never* been tested on animals. It is simply impossible to make such a claim. What we can state however is that as far as possible we use natural, pure ingredients, we use only reputable suppliers who hold similar principles to ourselves, and who endeavour to produce entirely cruelty free product.  * It is probably accurate that no basic ingredient has been tested on animals since 1967.

  1. Child labour in developing nations

We always research our suppliers to ascertain whether a company is likely to be using child labour as cheap or slave labour and steer well clear. The deliberate systematic use of child labour is unnecessary and in our opinion an act of pure greed. However - and this is a tricky however, the reality is that culturally in small family businesses children are a part of the business.  In India for example a lot of components of craft work is produced by out-workers in the villages. There are over a million villages in India relying on farming and craft work as a means of income. A village will hand down particular craft skills from generation to generation and rely on this for extra income. Most villages still don’t have electricity or running water, but most children will attend a morning school.   In the afternoons children will help in what is essentially the family business but this is by no means child labour.

  1. Fair Trade

Our wholesaler spends up to six months a year traveling in India, Indonesia, Nepal and China seeking out new product lines and visit suppliers not only to do deals but also to see for themselves how well staff and subcontractors are treated. They have on more than one occasion had to cancel orders because it seemed staff were being exploited.

    4. Ecological, Recyclable and sustainable products

We have a wide range of products, so it would be impossible to have only organic and recycled products, but we always give more value to these when it comes to introducing new products. We always seek, as a minimum, that raw materials are sustainable.  Our wholesaler has set up a Freedom Foundation.  The idea is to give a small portion of each item sold, directly back to the workers who make that same product. For example, 10p of the sale of a package of incense in the UK, can go directly to the packager of this incense in Bangalore (India). You can see how only 10p can do incredible things for workers with such humble salaries, an authentic hope of freedom. Thank you for supporting us as this in turn supports this initiative.


Contact us:

Meeting location: :Jubilee Hall, London Road, Kings Worthy, Winchester SO23 7QA