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Ok so the rain may have dampened our spirits somewhat but there's a tiny bit of sun around today so it seems only right to let you know about where you van grab some free ice cream!

Four Winters are running two tasting events with the Meringue Girls where customers who visit on the day can enjoy a free serve from 1PM-2PM, on the:

17th August, at their Brewer Street parlour.

25th August, at their Portobello Road parlour, to kickstart the Notting Hill Carnival weekender!

Four Winters is a new-generation ice cream maker who harnesses the power of liquid nitrogen to create customisable made-to-order ice cream. With a mission to bring surprise and delight back to ice cream. Four Winters’ team of chefs is able to flash freeze super smooth ice cream within seconds and has developed a fresh and innovative menu that changes with the season.

- vegan option available, without meringues -

About Four Winters:

Founded in 2014 with the aim of bringing fun and creativity back to ice cream, Four Winters has specially designed its parlours with an open kitchen so customers can enjoy watching their ice cream being made in front of them. 

Four Winters’ parlours can be found in South Kensington, Soho and Notting Hill. For more information visit: www.fourwinters.co.uk


Heddon Street Kitchen’s Summer Promenade, 28th June – 21st August

Hidden away from the hustle and bustle of Oxford Street, Heddon Street Kitchen will transform its terrace into a vintage inspired Summer Promenade where diners will be invited to create their own ice cream lollies using fun flavours, bold toppings and enticing sauces. The terrace will be elegantly decorated with seaside inspired striped umbrellas, wooden boards and even an ice cream bicycle to transport you back to childhood holidays by the sea. Visitors at Heddon Street Kitchen will be able to create their own ice cream lollies from a selection of base flavours including raspberry, lychee and rose, wild strawberry and the surprisingly delicious salt and vinegar ice cream. Open all day from the 28th of June until the 21st of August, the Summer Promenade is the perfect destination dining experience for the whole family.

Heddon Street KitchenRegent Street Food Quarter, 3 – 9 Heddon Street, London W1B 4BD / 020 7592 1212




Ben & Jerry’s re-names its fan favourite Chocolate Fudge Brownie to encourage Londoners to register to vote… because shaping the future of the Capital starts with giving a fudge!

Ben & Jerry’s has teamed up with civil rights campaign group HOPE not hate to encourage Londoners to register to vote and make sure their voice is heard at the London Mayoral election on 5th May, with the help of ‘Give a Fudge’, an honorary renaming of their classic Chocolate Fudge Brownie ice cream!

The re-name is part of the ‘Don’t Get Frozen Out’ campaign, launched to drive voter registration in the capital at a time when one in five Londoners are not correctly registered to vote*. The campaign will take to the streets of London, to ‘scoop up’ voter registrations and dish out FREE scoops of the ‘Give a Fudge’ ice cream before the deadline of Monday 18th April.

Ed Shepherd, Social Mission Manager at Ben & Jerry's comments: “At Ben & Jerry’s we believe that democracy only works when it works for everyone. We need a democracy where all voices are heard, and we can all have an equal say over the decisions that affect our capital. That’s why we’re teaming up with HOPE not hate to launch the ‘Don’t Get Frozen Out’ tour, calling on all Londoners to register to vote and make sure their voice is counted in the May polls.”

The tour will be visiting the following locations:

  • Hackney Town Hallon Friday 1st April (from 10am – 12pm and 2pm – 4pm)
  • Windrush Square, Brixtonon Saturday 2nd April (from 12pm – 2pm)
  • Clapton Park Estate – Pedro Youth Club, Hackneyon Friday 8th April (from 2pm – 4pm)
  • Noel Park estate, South Tottenhamon Saturday 9th April (from 2pm – 4pm).

The ice cream team will also be visiting colleges and universities across the capital, from Waltham Forest to Ealing, giving out of 10,000 scoops of the ‘Give a Fudge’ flavour to students.

To make sure the ‘Give a Fudge’ message gets to where it’s needed most, the tour will be visiting the London boroughs most affected by voter registration changes implemented in December 2015, leading to 329,000 Londoners falling off the electoral register. Based on research from HOPE not hate*: in Hackney, 14% (27,500) of residents dropped off the electoral register (the highest percentage of all the London boroughs)! Meanwhile in Lambeth11% of residents dropped off the register, and in Waltham Forest that figure was 7.5%.

The tour announcement comes as Ben & Jerry’s and HOPE Not hate launch new research** which reveals the current democratic process is failing to connect with young Londoners in particular across the capital. Four in ten (40%) young Londoners say that being ‘confused about the process of registering to vote’ is a key barrier to participating in democracy. Furthermore, four in ten (40%) cite ‘a lack of communication about the need of registering to vote’as a problem.

For those who cannot make it along to the tour, there is also the option to host your own Voter Registration Drive in your community, with the help of a “Don’t Get Frozen Out Democracy Pack”, complete with Ben & Jerry’s Ice Cream vouchers, posters and pledge cards. More information available here***.

For more information on the ‘Don’t Get Frozen Out’ tour, visit www.benjerry.co.uk/frozenout



This April, ice cream aficionado Four Winters is bringing the high-tech trend behind magical, made-to-order ice cream to the capital with the opening of its first London store on Gloucester Road.  Perfect for foodies and families alike, the futuristic parlour offers ice cream inspired by the four seasons with the added spectacle of seeing it freeze before people’s eyes.Webiste Menu-05-2

Harnessing the power of liquid nitrogen – a colourless, odourless liquid that has been used by chefs such as Heston Blumental for many years – Four Winters is able to flash freeze its ice cream within seconds.  The result is not just a wow to watch, but creates super-smooth ice cream that captures the exact taste of the ingredients for a superior serve.

Catering for every mood and palate, the Four Winters’ team has developed a fresh and exciting menu that changes with the seasons to use food in its prime.  Flavours to celebrate the blooms of spring includeStrawberry Lavender, The Bee’s Knees – a sweet cream blended with honey and homemade spicy honey brittle – and the London-inspired Afternoon Tea, which features bite-size chunks of freshly baked scone with swirls of 100% natural, strawberry jam.  Traditionalists can opt for the Solo range which stars Vanilla,Chocolate and Coconut while ice cream fanatics can salivate over flavour combinations such as Peanut Butter Cup, Banana Cream Pie and German Chocolate Cake.Webiste Menu-03-2

Founded in 2014 with the aim of bringing with the aim of bringing fun and creativity back to ice cream, Four Winters has specially designed its parlours with an open kitchen so customers can enjoy watching their ice cream being made in front of them.  The store in Gloucester Road is the first entry into the UK market for Four Winters, who already has two stores in Jordan following the overnight success of its first parlour, with plans to open more across Europe and the Middle East over the next few years.

Four Winters Gloucester Road opens on Thursday 7th April.  To celebrate, the parlour is running a promotion where customers who visit on the day of launch can enjoy a free serve in exchange for taking a picture on Instagram and using the hash tag #FourWinters.

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What: Häagen-Dazs celebrates the launch of the Master Ice Cream Academy with free 15-minute sensory sessions and ice cream samples

Where: Bloomsbury Square, London, WC1 (Holborn tube)

When: Tuesday 4th August, 11:00 – 13:30 (final session begins)

Wednesday 5th August, 11:00 – 17:00 (final session begins)

When: Tuesday 30th June 2015, 11am – 5pm

Take a break with a difference on Tuesday 4th and Wednesday 5th August and come down to the Häagen-Dazs Master Ice Cream Academy in Bloomsbury Square. Let our experts guide you through a unique and awakening experience in which your senses of aroma and sight will be expanded and explored during a fun and free 15-minute session, before tucking into a delicious tub of Häagen-Dazs on us!