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14th August 2013

HONITON: Pastries and chocolate delights at training centre

Honiton Worx has been transformed into a hub for all things delicious after being taken over by a local chocolatier and baker for just one month.

Lori Blondini and Tony Bourner of Blondini’s Bakery will be selling a range of cakes, bakes, bread, cookies, sweet and savoury pastries in the high street shop, whilst Clair Roberts and Gareth Hale of Chocolate Worx will be providing their sweet treats from handmade chocolates and lollipops to homemade lemonade.

The group of four have been given the Honiton Worx Training Centre until September 6th following a project ran by business owner Mark Brownbill.

They hope the community will support them by coming along and trying their goodies.

PICTURE: The four foodies during their opening day where they offered tasters of all their sweet treats.

HONITON: Pastries and chocolate delights at training centre


it was a shame we couldn't of had the shop for longer as we were doing quite a trade.But this is a new year and I am hopefully going to start my own buissnes selling luxury chocolate truffles as well as made to order for any occation

Posted by gareth hale on 13th February, 2014

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