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Following on from recent Government Announcements, our office is now completely closed!

This, unfortunately, means we will no longer be able to process or send any orders out until the office is open again. We will still be responding to emails and Facebook messages, however, please be aware, that this will be more delayed than usual whilst our staff remain home during these tough times.

Any orders currently on a pre-order release date are now unfortunately delayed until further notice. We can only apologise this has happened but unfortunately this is outside of our control and we must follow in line with the Government’s advice

Latest update (25/03/2020): Our website is still active however, we are no longer able to process any orders. Emails and messages will be responded to in due course, however, please note, the response time will be delayed

As always, thank you for your patience and understanding at this difficult time. Please stay safe.

British Indian Ocean Territory

The Chagos Islands were first discovered by Portuguese mariners in the early 16th century. The French assumed sovereignty more than two centuries later and began to exploit the hitherto uninhabited islands for copra in the 1780s. The Islands became British when ceded by France to Britain, together with Mauritius and the Seychelles, in 1814. Prior to Mauritius achieving independence and with the agreement of the Mauritius Council of Ministers, the Islands were detached in 1965 to form part of the British Indian Ocean Territory.