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COVID-19 UPDATE

COVID-19 UPDATE

Dear customers, I hope you’re all safe, well and coping in these difficult times. As an online business, we’re fortunate that we’re able to continue to operate, and we’re doing all we can to ensure that it’s business as usual. That’s why you can still place orders on...

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Our Christmas Market Journey

Our Christmas Market Journey

Starting way back in 2007, our Christmas market journey has seen Manchester and Bath change over the last decade along with the way we sell. We began a long time ago selling at local markets around the country... 11 years ago, there were no toasty warm, pretty chalets...

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Liquorice: Myths Uncovered

Liquorice: Myths Uncovered

It is fifty times sweeter than sugar, the subject of an annual festival in West Yorkshire and famous for Charlie Chaplin’s consumption of a boot in The Gold Rush  – but do we really know liquorice? We can trace the ingestion of liquorice back to the Egyptians; found...

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3 weeks ago

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CHELTENHAM PEOPLE.. Spread the word! The Burrows Park in Leckhampton have a coffee ☕️ & homemade cake 🧁 kiosk! 🤤 😍... See you all there soon! 😆N E W V E N T U R E S

Leckhampton folk you're in for a treat.... 👀

#newbusiness #womeninbusiness #cheltenhamhomemade #cheltenham #leckhampton #burrowsbakesnbevs #coffee #cake #jenscakeaway
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1 month ago

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Happy black cat appreciate day!! Our black liquorice cats taste delicious 🤤 They are soft, sweet and full of flavour, suitable for vegans🌱 they are also gluten free and sugar free. 😸😻 ... See MoreSee Less

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A Little About Eat Liquorice…

Coming from a family business, working for myself was something I always strived for. Becoming a mother pushed me to start my own business to support myself and my son in 2007. Starting with a tiny sweet shop in Bakewell, Derbyshire, then a second in Matlock, I noticed that, just like myself, liquorice was a favourite of many customers. Experimenting with its popularity, I decided to set up a stall at some local shows to test the love for liquorice in the area.