Nestled in the heart of Worksop, Edwards Emporium is the ultimate destination for sweet-toothed shoppers.
Jar upon jar of 200 varieties of sweets await you at the confectionary store, featuring all your old favourites such as sherbert lemons, aniseed balls and new creations such as Reese’s peanut butter cups.
And now Worksop Guardian readers are invited to enjoy a free bag of 100 grams of pick ‘n’ mix sweets from the store, worth 65p, courtesy of the generous owner.
Just buy a copy of this week’s Guardian (out tomorrow- Friday 29th August) and cut out the coupon.
David J Edwards, owner of Edwards Emporium, founded his award-winning business in Lincoln in 2009 before opening his Bridge Street store.
He said: “Edwards Emporium is a small shop with a big choice- all your favourite retro sweet memories are here.”
“We also have two pick ‘n’ mix stands that you can hire for special events and corporate functions.”
There are some great offers and competitions happening at Edwards as the store will be celebrating its first birthday on 6th September.
You can redeem your completed valued customer loyalty card, available from the shop, from 1st August to 5th September and be entered into a draw to win a giant sweet hamper.
The first 25 customers to enter the shop on the 6th will be able to buy a quarter of their favourite sweets at 1970 prices- that’s 2p for a quarter!
The shop will also be running a ‘guess how many sweets are in the jar’ competition, with all proceeds going to Macmillan Cancer Support in memory of David’s mum, June.
The shop also stocks sweets for diabetics, vegetarians and vegans.
Contact the store on 07930936730 or visit www.edwardsemporium.com