Flapjackery Minehead will be supporting the RNLI by donating £1.50 of every Minehead-specific box of six, and £4 for every box of twelve flapjacks. It will also donate the cost of its recyclable boxes (20p) for everyone who opts to not use them.
Sally and Carol, owners of Flapjackery are so excited to bring their delicious, award-winning Devon-made flapjacks to Minehead and are delighted to be supporting the RNLI.
They said: “The RNLI is a crucial part of the local community all year round helping to keep people safe, and with Minehead such a popular holiday destination too, with many people coming to enjoy time in the water, we’re delighted to be able to do just a little bit to help support the lifeboat crews with their fundraising.”
The shop was officially opened on the 1st June by author Tony James and Richard Newton, chairman of Minehead RNLI.
There will be plenty of flavours for customers to choose from such as Apple and Blackcurrant, Caramel Latte, Peanut Butter Brownie, Lemon Drizzle, Honeycomb, Passion Fruit and Dark Chocolate, Chocolate Orange, Black Forest Brownie, Rocky Road and of course, Traditional.
All flapjacks are suitable for home freezing and have a varying shelf life, depending upon the ingredients, with the shortest shelf life two weeks. The flapjacks are individually wrapped, and for multiple purchases, come in recyclable cardboard boxes.
Alongside the flapjacks, there will also be other treats to choose from such as fudge and jams.
Minehead is a bustling seaside town on the edge of Exmoor. A beautiful sandy beach, pretty harbour and highstreet busy with shops and cafes will get your started.
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