What’s the flavour of Ross-on-Wye?

What do you think that visitors to our town expect to take home as the best indication of the ‘Flavour of Ross-On-Wye’?

As part of their third birthday celebration, Tudor Sweets in Ross-on-Wye is asking locals to help them to suggest what you think should be the official ‘Flavour of Ross-On-Wye’ in a sweet. The competition will run from Good Friday 29th March until Sunday 28th April.

“We already produce Ross-on-Wye branded gift jars and tins of sweets for visitors to the town” Said Daniel Pearce, joint owner of Tudor Sweets who, with wife Sue, opened their Traditional Sweet Shop on the High Street in Ross-on-Wye 3 years ago this Easter.

The shop occupies one of the town’s only remaining original iconic black and white half timbered properties – one of the town’s most Exterior of Tudor Sweets buildingphotographed buildings.

“With Ross-on-Wye being such a showcase of cultures and flavours we thought it only natural to represent the town with a flavour of its own. What better way to do it than in a sweet. It could be a single flavour or a mixture of flavours.…all ideas will be eagerly considered by our judges.”

You can make your suggestion by email to: info@tudorsweetsofross.com or by completing an entry form at Tudor Sweets on the High Street in Ross-on-Wye.

“When our judges have chosen their favourite flavour the winner and their family will be treated to a VIP visit to a sweet maker to see sweets actually being made.”

The last day to enter is Sunday 28th April.


For further information about Tudor Sweets please contact:
Mike Morgan / Mike Morgan Media / mike@mikemorganmedia.co.uk
T: 01989 750062 / M: 07789 797974