Sweet surprise

GOLDEN TICKET Jason Haddigan, owner of the Olde Sweet Shop in Havant, with Sue Harrower, left, and Melissa Carter of Havant Women's Refuge.   Picture: Ian Hargreaves  (110184-3)
GOLDEN TICKET Jason Haddigan, owner of the Olde Sweet Shop in Havant, with Sue Harrower, left, and Melissa Carter of Havant Women's Refuge. Picture: Ian Hargreaves (110184-3)
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CHILDREN of families that have suffered domestic violence will have a sweet surprise this month.

Whether it’s bonbons, fudge or liquorice, children from Havant Women’s Refuge can take their pick at the Olde Sweet Shoppe in West Street, Havant.

The shop has once again hidden golden tickets in chocolate bars.

This time the tickets have been hidden in Valentine’s Day goodies.

Every time a ticket is found, huge jars of sweets will be donated to the refuge.

The three prizes up for grabs are romantic getaways at local hotels, including the New Forest.

Jason Vance, 39, manager, said: ‘The refuge does a fantastic job.’