A Jellyatrics celebration of 100 years of Jelly Babies! Each bag contains five fruity variants with natural flavours and colours.
Bill Bird … boasting zesty lemon flavours
Benny Dorm … bursting with character and a big blackcurrant bite
Pearl Stitch … a soft touch with a sharp lime taste
Frau Zimmer … sweet like oranges, legs like jelly
Mister Miser … tight with his wallet but generous with his strawberry tang.
Sugar, Glucose Syrup, Water, Corn Starch, Gelatine from Beef, Acid (Citric Acid), Flavourings, Fruit and Vegetable Concentrates (Carrot, Hibiscus, Blackcurrant), Colours (E100, E140, E141, E160c).
If you love jelly sweets you’ll love this collection – https://pagesinlyndhurst.com/product-category/confectionery/naughty-nibbles/
Coming to the New Forest and unsure what to do – https://www.newforestnpa.gov.uk/
There can be few other places in England where the ancient landscape has remained so unchanged. 1079 when William The Conqueror named the area his ‘new hunting forest’, little could he imagine that nearly 1,000 years later his ‘Nova Foresta’ would still retain its mystery and romance.
The ancient system established by William The Conqueror to protect and manage the woodlands and wilderness heaths is still in place today through the efforts of Verderers, Agisters and Commoners – literally the judges, stockmen and land users of the forest.
His son, King William II is said to have been fatally wounded and died due to an arrow being shot at him in 1100AD by Sir Walter Tyrrell. You can visit the Rufus Stone, which is (supposedly) located in the exact place where this happened and apparently where his ghost still haunts!
The New Forest is a great place to visit for walking, dog walking, cycling and horse riding for everyone. When you’re out in the forest and are enjoying the beautiful surroundings and the rich wildlife, please help us to care for this very special place.