Caribbean takeaway business in Mitcham marks first anniversary with party

Gianna Chandell, 15, paints the face of a young customer

Gianna Chandell, 15, paints the face of a young customer

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Business owners celebrated the first anniversary of a Caribbean takeaway with a large cake and face painting for children.

Anna Chandell and her partner Donavan Howe marked one year since they set up Don’s Jerk Centre in Streatham Road, Mitcham, with a party for family and friends.

Councillor John Dehaney was among the guests who enjoyed a prize draw, food tasting and face painting.

Wimbledon Guardian:

Coun Dehaney, centre, with Anna Chandell, to his left, and Donavan Howe, right. 

Ms Chandell, who is originally from Jamaica, said: “It went really well, we had people coming throughout the day.

“Our speciality is jerk chicken or pork with an authentic recipe not just for Jamaicans but people who want to bring back memories of their holiday.”

The event was held on Saturday, June 28.

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7:27am Mon 14 Jul 14

tjames says...

i have never seen it
i have never seen it tjames
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9:07pm Wed 16 Jul 14

CayMoore says...

Congratulations again Don and Anna, I am sure there will be many more years to celebrate! Keep up the sterling work.
Congratulations again Don and Anna, I am sure there will be many more years to celebrate! Keep up the sterling work. CayMoore
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