Win a fabulous box of fudge for Christmas
WISHING you a very crumbly Christmas!
Christmas has come early at Roly’s Fudge Pantry Wells, with the chance for five lucky Wells Voice readers to win a fabulous bespoke box of hand-made fudge in the flavours and coloured gift wrap of their choice.
Celebrating its first year in business, Roly’s would like to thank all those customers who have supported the best smelling business in the city.
“People absolutely love the smell and sight of fresh, crumbly fudge being cooked up and poured in the pantry window,” said Steven Jones, co-owner of Roly’s with Sarah Orton.
“The pantry has been welcomed as a wonderful addition to Wells and this is our way of saying thank you to all those who have given us their custom and to Wells Voice, which was highly supportive during our launch.”
Roly’s have got on a creative roll for the festive season and added seven Christmas flavours including Baileys, Chocolate Cointreau, Chocolate Ginger, Chocolate Mint, Christmas Pudding, Double Chocolate and Whisky & Ginger to its existing collection of a dozen year-round flavours.
The team have also created Double Chocolate Stars and Snowmen and can put together bespoke boxes in 300g, 600g and 1 kilo sizes and fudge hampers to suit any budget from £30-£50. Presents can be mailed across the UK for £4.95 P&P.
To enter the competition, just answer this question: How many special Christmas flavours have been cooked up by Roly’s in Wells this December?
Email your answer, along with your name and phone number, to email@example.com. The competition closes at noon on Friday, December 6, 2019. Five winners will be chosen at random from all the correct entries after this date, and notified that they have won shortly afterwards. They will each be able to create their own bespoke 600g box of fudge (with up to three flavours) for the perfect hand-made, local present worth £13.95 each.
Prizes will be redeemable until December 31, 2019.
• Additional rules: One entry per person. No cash alternative. Names of the winners will be reported in a future issue of Wells Voice. The editor’s decision is final and no correspondence will be entered into.