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Mother’s Day

07/02/2022
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How to plan the Perfect Mother’s Day | Friars

Just how does one go about planning the Perfect Mother’s Day? Many of us take great pains to present our mothers with that perfect day as a tribute to their unswerving efforts to meet all challenges and all manner of things on our behalf. Having strived over many days, months and years to smooth our way, it is fitting that once a year we return that love and loyalty by a show of appreciation for all their undertakings and sacrifices. That said, mothers are as widely varied in their likes... Read More

02/03/2020
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Mother’s Day Free Chocolate

Here’s to the Mums, the step Mums, the not yet Mums, the should be Mums and those without Mums. Whatever Mum means to you we have the perfect chocolate gifts to show them how much you care. This year Mother’s Day is on Sunday 22nd March and to give you a little helping hand, we will give you a free 6 chocolate taster pack of our caramel hearts with any order. It’s the best sort of caramel, the kind that gets stuck to your chin! To claim you free chocolates... Read More

10/03/2019

The Perfect Mother’s Day Plan

Here’s to the Mums, the step Mums, the not yet Mums, the should be Mums and those without Mums. When planning a great Mother’s day we believe in lots of love, caring and chocolate. The perfect Mother’s day should be something like this: Breafast in Bed We are not talking your ordinary breackfast….this is a full on indulgence. Fruit salad, croissant (chocolate of course), a boiled egg and coffee. For that added touch why not add some delicious coffee chocolates on the side?! Morning Walk A nice walk is a... Read More

20/02/2018
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Gin – Mother’s Ruin

During a long (and enjoyable) day at Friars HQ there was a discussion regarding gin and how we just can’t get enough of it. Which lead to the phrase Mother’s ruin being mentioned. After some research it turns out that gin has always been in, but for slightly different reasons. In the mid-eighteenth century Gin started out as a medicine – it was thought it could be a cure for gout and indigestion, but most attractive of all, it was cheap. In the 1730’s notices could be seen all over... Read More