Mum makes Jamaican Patois-speaking doll
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Greenwich mum makes Jamaican Patois-speaking doll

A mother from London has created a Jamaican Patois-speaking doll because she could not find a toy for her daughter that reflected her Jamaican heritage.

Toya was developed by Saffron Jackson, from Greenwich, who wanted the doll to look and sound like her daughter.

It was launched six weeks ago and sales have been booming.

  • 21 Jan 2017
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