The National Maritime Museum’s ‘Trade Routes’ project explored the history of tea, working with members of the Sehmi Day Centre in Plumstead, south-east London. This film is one of the results of the project and features the Juttla family.

With thanks to Mr and Mrs Juttla, their daughter Kiran Kumar and all the ladies of the Sehmi Day Centre for their work on this project. Thanks also to Rohini Malik Okon, creative writer on the project.

Directed by Seefood Media -

Visit Traders: the East India Company and Asia, a new permanent gallery exploring Britain’s maritime trade with Asia:

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