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Thank you for taking the time to visit my website. I am sure you will enjoy looking through each of the services I have to offer.
It has been an interesting life journey that has brought me to this point. I have over 20 years experience in higher education, nursing for people with learning disabilities, third sector organisations, carnivals and small to medium scale event management.
After years of doing all the above around my day job, I decided to take control and place priority on the things that fulfill me as a person.
My aim is to bring an item
of the natural beauty of the Caribbean to the homes of people who value, natural
cultivation arts, historical 
manufacturing processes and crafts.

Cocoa Butter

I am really excited to bring to you the 98% natural Cocoa Butter direct from Grenada, the Island of my decent. The cocoa butter is of exceptionally high quality and made using an Italian cocoa press which is noted as one of the most sophisticated machinery.

"I have listened to my friends, customers, colleagues and students who have continually praised my communication, professionalism and social values and placed these skills at the heart of everything I do."
Please take a look at the services I
have to offer.

Carnival Arts Consultancy

R.Consultancy is the project, event and tendering management arm of the infamous Soca Saga Boys London. R.Consultancy is an approved supplier to the London borough of Hackney. Please take a look at some of the accomplishments/skillsets I have to offer
  • I have won tenders, grants and match funding in excess of 100k from various funders such as the Big Lottery, Hackney Youth Funding, and  City Parochial to name a few.

  • Approved supplier to Hackney Council

  • Project manager for the award-winning Sound System and Carnival Costume band Soca Sagaboys London

  • 50k sound system available for hire for processions and static events

  • Facilitate educational carnival workshops

Notting Hill Carnival 2015 | Ice Cream Family x Soca Saga Boys
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At What We Do

Please see footage and pictures of some of the previous events and carnivals I have been involved in.

Carnival Awards

Soca Sagaboys as a unit has been commended and awarded on several occasions throughout the years. Awards range from the Calabash Awards, CMA Awards and Hackney Council.

The Anthony



Anthony Bartholomew also known as “Bartol” to his friends and family was a serving officer in the criminal investigation department (CID) of the Royal Grenada Police Force. He served his island faithfully for 32 years but tragically succumbed to a rare brain tumour at the age of 49 in Aug 2015. He was given a state funeral as he died in service and was a well-loved member of the Police force and was a respected member of the St Marks Parish.


I am proud to be his niece and was devastated by his early departure thus I decided to channel my grief into something positive and educational. This saw the birth of Books To Grenada. I fundraise once a year by doing a 10 mile walk, I appeal for good quality second-hand books for one month and use the donations raised to ship the books to a Caribbean island library. Each book is stamped "In Memory Of Anthony Bartholomew" with the aim of education and literary encouragement.


Please click the facebook link on this page for updates on the location I have delivered to and get in touch if you would like to contribute in some way.


I also collect used stamps for the Friends of Moorfields Eye Hospital. A Vital service very close to my heart. If you would like to send me your stamps please make contact by email -

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Books to Grenada
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Books to Grenada
Books to Grenada
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Higher Education

My NHS service started in 1990. I spent 3 years working as an auxiliary nurse in the community then progressed into nursing for people with learning disabilities.


I nursed in various settings which included - challenging behaviour, community nursing, school nursing for children with special needs and transitional health facilitation.


Following my nursing achievements, I pursued a teaching career and have been lecturing at various universities since 2007. I have taught at St Georges University, London Metropolitan University, South Bank University and Anglia Ruskin University.


I am a current PHD candidate, examining the lives of carers of people with learning disabilities in Grenada. 



Nominated four times by students at Anglia Ruskin University for the " Made A Difference Awards"


Nomination years - 2012, 2014, 2015 & 2016


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