In December 2017, Ice Cream Paradise opened its doors in the heart of the bustling East End of London.
There were no signs on the door that said it was ice cream paradise, just a small sign on the side of the building that said ‘No ice cream.
No ice cream’.
People were queuing outside, some holding signs saying “no ice cream for people” or “no cream for children”.
People were not happy about it, as it was a place for ice cream lovers, not ice cream tourists.
The ice cream was the first of its kind in London, and people took it on the chin.
They were shocked to see that the ice cream they had come to see was no longer the same, it was no ice cream that they had tasted at the first Ice Cream Pudding.
They found themselves looking for other ice cream outlets in London.
A few months later, on April 27, 2018, Icecream Paradise opened again, this time in the City of London, this was its third time in a row.
People were again queuing in the streets, and the ice Cream Palace was back.
The owner of Ice Cream Palace, John Williams, had been working at Ice Creams Pudding and wanted to open his own Ice Cream Parlour in order to make it more accessible for people.
He was approached by the local community, including the community in East London, for the money to build a new ice cream shop.
It was not long before the community had their first taste of ice cream being served in a new establishment.
On February 18, 2019, John opened his second Ice Cream and Liqueur Parlours in Notting Hill, London, as a place where people could come and enjoy their favourite flavours.
For a while, he operated with a menu that was limited to a few flavours.
He opened his first Icecream Palace in September 2019.
His second Icecream Parlors opened on November 6, 2019.
John’s ice cream is an absolute favourite, and he is now open to serving other flavours in future.
With Ice Cream Palaces being open and operating, it is important that we have the right infrastructure in place so that we can ensure that we do not lose our local businesses to the competition.
If we continue to operate with a limited menu, we may not be able to provide enough ice cream to the local people.
I would like to ask you to help me make my Ice Cream Shop more accessible to the community and give us the opportunity to serve more of my ice cream flavours in the future.
It is my sincere hope that you can help us make my ice creams even better.
If you are a local, we would be grateful if you would help me raise the funds necessary to make my shop even more accessible and accessible to our community. Thank you.