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Daisy Ices is Off to Surrey

After 6 amazing years I have decided it’s time to hang up my scoops and give the business a breath of fresh air with a new owner. I’ve had so much fun restoring and setting up Daisy Ices, met hundreds of beautiful Brides and Grooms and been to many incredible places and events.   Thank […]

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Wedding Sprinkles

Berkshire Springtime Wedding

These lovely pictures were taken by Benjamin Wheeler of benjaminstuart.co.uk at a wedding earlier in the year at Ufton Court in Berkshire. Love the warmth of these photos in the Spring sunshine. Ufton Court is an Elizabethan manor house at Ufton Nervet in the English county of Berkshire. Today it is an active home to […]

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Wedding Venue

The Fairy Tale of Fawley Hill

Over the past five years of scooping with Daisy I’ve been lucky enough to visit some amazing venues and take part in some incredible events. My favourite venue for weddings, corporate, charity events and the best ever public events is Fawley Hill just outside Henley on Thames.  It is a magical, fairy tale place that […]

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Ice Cream Van

Ice Cream

While it’s cold and wintery outside, I’ve been working on the ice cream menu for 2014. Ice Cream comes in more flavours than any other food, and the varieties or richness and smoothness as well as modes of presentation are endless.  It is cooling in the summer, refreshing and energising in winter and equally at […]

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Events and Weddings

Thank You 2013 Here We Come 2014

It’s amazing to think I’m going into Daisy’s 3rd year of weddings and events.   2013 was amazing, weddings, events, festivals, fairs, parties, you name it Daisy delighted hundreds of guests and visitors.  A fierce heatwave in July turned her into a greenhouse on wheels with the temperature inside reaching 146 degrees at one point […]

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Restoration of a Bedford CF Ice Cream Van

Daisy Ice Cream Van Restoration Part 3

Before I could even think about giving Daisy a new ice cream lease of life and some hidden mod cons the basic vehicle needed a lot of work. I should add that to those that know, I am aware that this restoration is in a rather unorthodox order, ordinarily you would sort out the mechanical […]

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