- The creed of a true saint is to make the best of life, and to make the most of it. Edwin Hubbel Chapin
Go to Snugburys
Back in 1986, they started making ice cream in Cheshire farmhouse kitchen for family and friends. They had a lot of fun creating flavours and recipes and it turned out everyone loved eating the ice cream! So they decided to invite customers up to the farm to share their delicious ice cream.
Over 200,000 people now visit Snugburys ice cream shop each year to eat notoriously BIG Snugbury ice cream cones or take some ice cream tubs home with them. Good news must travel fast! At Snugburys it is really privileged to be involved with something which gives others so much pleasure and enjoyment.
To be creating and then making the best possible ice cream flavours, such as Death by Chocolate, or the new Baby Fig and Orange Blossom Honey, it really is a job in a million! The ice cream is made with a total commitment to quality and a genuine love for what they do.
Hoping you can go to Snugburys farm shop in Nantwich, Cheshire or experience eating the ice cream from one of the wonderful locations they supply around the North West of England and North Wales.