Sweet Memories

 

One of the largest traditional sweet shops in the North West, Sweet Memories is guaranteed to take you back to your childhood.

Established in February 2009, Sweet Memories stocks a range of over 220 traditional weigh out sweets, displayed in glass jars weighed out on request just how you remember it.

Choose from old favourites like Lions Sports Mixture, Midget Gems (the blacks are liquorice) Wine Gums, Uncle Joes Mint Balls, and Pontefract cakes to seldom seen but fondly remembered sweets such as Marzipan Teacakes, Liquorice Wood Sticks, Spearmint Chews or Sweet Tobacco.

In addition to the vast choice of traditional sweets, we also stock a wide range of locally produced handmade chocolates and truffles, as well as traditional carbonated drinks, (Sarsaparilla, Cream soda and Dandelion and Burdock) to name a few.

We have over 25 different types of liquorice from around the world, 12 different types of Bon Bons and have expanded our range of Sugar Free Sweets which are now becoming more and more popular.

It does not matter if you are 8 or 80 – Sweet Memories will have something for you.

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