Birthday Celebrations for Tudor Sweets

Sue and Daniel Pearce
Sue and Daniel Pearce celebrating eighth year in business at Tudor Sweets in Ross-on-Wye

Sue and Daniel Pearce are celebrating their eighth year in business at Tudor Sweets in Ross-on-Wye in March.

After a great deal of market research and renovation of the 17th Century black and white half-timbered building back to its former glory, Sue and Daniel opened the door to Tudor Sweets on 29th March 2010 and haven’t looked back since.

“We very much appreciate the support of all of our customers who range in age from 8 to 80 and beyond.” Said Daniel. “Our grateful thanks also goes to the local businesses owners and service providers in the town who have worked closely with us over the years and helped to make Tudor Sweets the success that it is today………and of course all of our hard-working staff.”

“Over the years, we have introduced numerous bespoke sweet flavours to represent the surrounding area. Flavours like Cider with Rosie Apple as the official sweet flavour for Herefordshire, Summer Pudding for Ross-on-Wye and Yat Rock for the Wye Valley & Forest of Dean.”
“We resurrected the old name of ‘Peace Babies’, now more commonly known as Jelly Babies, which we still sell in aid of the Ross branch of the Royal British Legion and we were delighted to have been asked by the Ross Gazette to produce a sweet to commemorate their 150th anniversary last year, sold as part of the fundraising in aid of the Ross Action Bus.”
The award-winning Tudor Sweets is located on the High Street in Ross-on-Wye, just behind the Market House and is thought to be one on the most photographed buildings on the town.