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The Asian way to make soap from herbs and flowers

PUBLISHED: 13:24 27 March 2008 | UPDATED: 13:08 05 October 2010

THE Geffrye Museum is being spiced up on Sunday (March 30) during a day devoted to all things Asian. The museum of house interiors is putting on free activities based around the Indian sub-continent

THE Geffrye Museum is being spiced up on Sunday (March 30) during a day devoted to 'all things Asian.'

The museum of house interiors is putting on free activities based around the Indian sub-continent.

Visitors the museum and garden in Kingsland-road, Shoreditch, can make soaps from herbs, flowers and spices and create glitzy, Bollywood-style picture frames.

There is also be a chance to hear tales from across Asia and learn how to wiggle your hips with the 4x4 Bhangra Dancers.

The event is celebrating a partnership between the museum and the Asian Women's advisory service which has been running a creative arts and gardening club in Hackney and Tower Hamlets for the past year.

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