Lyme Rocks invites all to celebrate first anniversary


SWEET shop Lyme Rocks is inviting customers to help celebrate its first anniversary with an all-weekend party later this month.

Open from 11am to 4.30pm over the weekend of Saturday, October 19 and Sunday, October 20, customers will be treated to a glass of prosecco and free rum balls as they peruse the popular shop’s huge selection of sweets and treats.

Lyme Rocks will also be offering 20 per cent off its selection of modern gifts for the weekend.

Having opened the shop in Bridge Street in October 2018, owner Fiona Markham said: “We have been overwhelmed with support during our first year, which exceeded all our expectations, and we are inviting our customers to celebrate with us as a way of saying thank you.”

The concept of a traditional sweet shop with a modern, funky twist has proved a hit with customers of all ages over the past 12 months.

Alongside more than 200 jars of all your favourite sweets, Lyme Rocks offers a wide range of lollipops and Pez, as well as ice cream, sorbet, frozen yoghurt, cold drinks, and of course its popular Lyme Regis-branded rock.

And if you can’t find your favourite sweets in store, the friendly staff are always happy to take requests.

The shop is always adding new lines and has recently expanded its selection of chocolate with Tony’s Chocolonely, a Belgian Fairtrade chocolate made completely slave-free, available in a variety of flavours.

Bespoke gift bags, hampers, party bags and wedding favours are available to suit all budgets, and Lyme Rocks can also provide pick ‘n’ mix for wedding receptions and other special occasions.

As Lyme Rocks gears up for Halloween and Christmas, it will be opening seven days a week from October half term, with special festive lines and gift vouchers available.

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