candy store

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a confectioner's shop

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A sweet shop has opened in memory of Cristan, pictured right with his mum Lisa
Mrs Pratchett's sweet shop on Llandaff's High Street was the scene of a childhood prank which it is believed inspired the Cardiffborn author's writings years later.
The sweet shop, opposite the bus station, has chocolate running down the walls, toadstools, swirly lollipops and even a grass floor.
Savouring the rush, sweet shops and confectioneries, particularly of Arabic variety, are decking up for the festivities.
Initial probe found that the sweet shop owner had kept the pot on the roadside.
e museum's sweet shop has been named after omas Cook, who ran a small confectionery business in Dudley between 1871 and 1901.
Sue Jennings is presented with a bouquet by Acorn Lodge manager Alsion Graham (right) at the opening of Wotnots, with Chelsea Hogarth (back, left) and Amanda Jaques behind the sweet shop counter
com)-- Flamingo Road Farmers Market names new Manager, Joe Pellegrino to lead operations for its Produce Market, Delicatessen, Creamery and Sweet Shop.
A THUG with a meat cleaver attacked a woman sweet shop worker, then carjacked a student to escape.
Feisty, independent Aunt Lilian has spent her life running the Lipton's village sweet shop, but never talks about her past.
Retro sweets - or, more accurately, the retro experience of buying them from a sweet shop or a pick'n'mix fixture - are hitting consumers' sweet spots as never before.
However, it seems that help comes in the form of a sweet shop owner called Madame Bonbon.
A MAN has died after a fire tore through a flat above a sweet shop in a Midland town.
A CAR ploughed into a sweet shop late on Monday night, causing damage worth more than BD4,000.
have opened in the area since Hancocks' arrival, including Alan Gordon's The Sweet Shop, on Aigburth Road.