Sandy specializes in sweet and delectable fruit jams–no doubt influenced by her mentor, her grandmother, Huntley Robinson. Her sugary concoctions are often made from mangoes, plums or pineapples whenever they are in season. She got her start at the Jamaica Agriculture Society. She was born and raised in Summer Hill, St. James and has shown her work at the local annual agricultural fair, Denbigh.
Contact Sandy Shirley at 1 876 449 4129
The Cockpit Country is made up of several distinct communities, each of which offers a unique window onto Jamaican culture. Some of the main regions include, Accompong, Flagstaff, Windsor, Wait-A-Bit/Litchfield, and Sherwood Content. Many of these centers are located close to the Cockpit interior, while others can be reached via a 2-3 hour drive.
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