The beautiful village of Tattenhall in Cheshire
Webteam: September 2015
In the heady days of summer, local ladies celebrated the life of the lovely Sheila Woollard in the charity event 'Sheila's Ray of Sunshine'. It seems a long time ago now, especially as it was a gloriously warm evening, but this week several of those ladies spent another evening talking life, friendships and ice -cream!
One of the prizes ardently fought for on the night was a trip to the Artisan Room at the Cheshire Ice Cream Farm. The well deserved winners (29 points from a possible 30 in the quiz!) had a fantastic time together with Hannah and Lauren, sampling Rose and mixed berries sorbet, before getting creative with a starter of Cheshire Plain Ice Cream!
Feeling very inspired, the ladies took full advantage of the choice of base flavours, ripple additions and literally hundreds (and thousands) of extra toppings. In some cases the idea was definitely more is more, especially when it comes to chocolate malt balls!!
Creations included lemon and ameretto, white chocolate, raspberry and dark chocolate and chocolate, hazelnut and black cherry.
It was a lovely evening and to top it all they went home with a tub of ice cream!!!
A huge thank you to the Ice Cream Farm for donating the prize and Hannah and Lauren for making it a really tasty evening!
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