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The Ice Cream Farm: April 2017
Staff at The Ice Cream Farm were left open-mouthed this morning to find the tourist attraction's famous ice cream tree had literally been raining doughnuts in the night, with hundreds scattered throughout the outdoor play area.
The ice cream tree is fast becoming a beacon of fun at The Ice Cream Farm, based just outside Chester in Cheshire, with the life-size tree, covered in enormous scoops of ice cream, emitting snow every half hour. However, it has never produced doughnuts before!
Katie Lewis, General Manager of The Ice Cream Farm comments: "When we all turned up for work this morning we couldn't believe our eyes, there were literally doughnuts everywhere! The way that they had landed, it was obvious that they had come out of the ice cream tree. Although we can't reveal exactly how, the ice cream tree plays a vital role in how ice cream is made here at the farm."
"Talking to the senior management today, we believe that doughnuts make the perfect accompaniment to ice cream and because of this amazing happening we have decided that selling doughnuts at The Ice Cream Farm is a fantastic idea."
Home to the Guinness World Record's 'World's Largest Ice Cream Shop', The Ice Cream Farm may have plenty to entertain the family, but delicious treats have always been at the heart of the company. In light of this amazing event, The Ice Cream Farm will now be selling mini doughnuts throughout the Easter holidays, with a view to making them permanently available on the farm.
We look forward to seeing you.
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