Every chocolate love heart message will raise £1 for the Multiple Sclerosis Support Centre

LEFT TO RIGHT Annie McNicholl Rococo Shop Manager Katie Roebuck from M.S. Support Centre

LEFT TO RIGHT Annie McNicholl Rococo Shop Manager
Katie Roebuck from M.S. Support Centre

Rococo Chocolates Chester will be playing Cupid and raising valuable funds for a city charity this Valentine’s Day. Staff at the artisan chocolatier shop will be matchmaking for sweethearts with personal love messages written on chocolate hearts and placed in the window.

Every chocolate love heart message will raise £1 for the Multiple Sclerosis Support Centre (MSSC), River Lane, Saltney.
Rococo Chocolates Chester manager Annie McNicholl said:

“We’re expecting lots of chocolate lovers to surprise their special someone with a romantic Valentine’s message on a Rococo Chocolates heart.

“Our beautiful chocolate shop, right at the front of The Chester Grosvenor, is situated in one of the most romantic spots in Chester – just under the Eastgate clock in the heart of the city.

“Not only will lovers get the chance to woo their sweetheart but they’ll be raising much-needed funds for a fantastic Chester charity at the same time.”

The UK’s leading artisan chocolatier Rococo Chocolates opened for business in Chester last spring – its only shop outside of London’s exclusive Belgravia, Chelsea and Marylebone.

Annie said:

“As a predominantly London based luxury chocolate brand Rococo have been welcomed with open arms here in Chester and we are now finding ways to support the local community by giving a little back.

“Last year the Chester branch raised more than £450 for MSSC. Shortly after opening in March we donated Easter eggs for a raffle that raised £200 and auctioned off a large hand painted Gentlemen hare for £250.

“This is a fun, romantic start to this year’s charity appeal.”

Jane Johnston-Cree, Centre Manager said

“We’re delighted that Rococo Chocolates is continuing their support for our charity. Every penny raised will be spent on helping improve the lives of our members who are living with a long term neurological condition.”

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