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Tuesday, 26 April 2016

Deli and chocolatiers give it some welly for the Tour de Yorkshire

A Yorkshire deli has commissioned some edible footwear in honour of the Tour de Yorkshire passing through its town on Sunday (1 May).

Hunters of Helmsley asked social enterprise, and artisan chocolate specialists, Ampleforth Plus to come up with some designs for yellow chocolate wellies, the symbol of the RNLI, which could be sold to raise money for the charity.

The social enterprise, on the edge of the Ampleforth Valley, employs chocolatiers alongside co-workers with autism or learning difficulties, who create their own range of chocolates, as well as creatively tackling bespoke orders.

The full-size welly will is being raffled for the charity. Made from white chocolate, coloured yellow, it stands ten inches high and weighs almost a kilo.  The winning raffle ticket will be drawn on Monday 2 May at 4pm.

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