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Joe Carter

Wagon Wheel Review
Nicey replies: Our reviews are always fair, thats the thing about them.

Mark Darbyshire

Wagon Wheel Review
Nicey replies: Mark,

Most people think that Wagon Wheels have gotten smaller over the years, even quite contemporary biscuit eaters. As we said in the review, this is probably a natural effect of the aging process. If somebody at Burton's does know I bet its a sacking offense to discuss it.

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Nicey replies: Hoorah indeed. Ahh bless, they look sweet don't they.

Alex Wrottesley
Seek you the Grail
Nicey replies: I have only had chocolate covered Garibaldis once, and that was back in the mid 1970s, and I think they were home made. Even so they were possibly the most exciting and impressive biscuit I had experienced up until that point, which is how come I can recall it. It was at a village fate.

Alas I haven't ever seen them in packets. Perhaps Crawfords could do some that would be good!!

Good stuff about the now departed H and P, of course Reading is better known nowadays as that Berkshire town just outside Microsoft and Oracle.