Ice cream parlour opens at North Lincolnshire pub
Joshua Dewick is pictured with his dog Tucker, who was the inspiration for the naming of his ice cream business Tuckers.
By Scunthorpe Telegraph | Posted: 19 Apr 2017
SWEET-TOOTHED drinkers will be making a bee-line to a North Lincolnshire pub this summer.
For Joshua Dewick, the 19-year-old stepson of landlord Peter Carter, has set up business at the King William IV in Scawby Brook as an ice-cream manufacturer.
Joshua, a former student at the Sir John Nelthorpe School in Brigg, has called the business Tuckers – after the family's pet dog, a 13-year-old black labrador.
Since last June he has been selling his ices in cones and tubs to diners at the King William's restaurant and at other eateries in the area.
But now Josh has branched out by opening a parlour at the rear of the car park, selling ices in six different flavours at weekends between noon and 4pm.
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