The Chocolate Hub

please take a look over at The Chocolate Hub Website for full listings.

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To order from that website, just send me a quick message via the contact form, and I can send you a PayPal invoice.

Please be aware not all the items I sell can be posted, some items are restricted for local drop off, anything fragile or structured can not be posted. Bars, hot chocolate stirrers, lollies and other solid items can be posted anywhere in UK. Local drop off is CW10 and CW7, and immediate surrounding area. If you are a little further away, delivery can still be arranged with small delivery charge.

you can order the following items via Totally Off Our Grid:

Chocolate Hub Suprise Postal box

2x Chocolate Bar (2 different types randomly chosen) 1xChocolate Rounds (randomly chosen) +postage

£13.50

Latest Posts

The Greenhouse Life

Most of the seeds have been planted and we have a lot that have started sprouting. We are definitely eager to see the difference this year with the hula hoop netted frames Tony made, after a lot of our veggies either got demolished by birds or caterpillars last year. We feel like we’ve given them … Continue reading The Greenhouse Life

Going Green(house)

Hi all, Hope everyone is safe and well. As some of you know, we fenced off part of the front garden to give us a larger area of back garden. In an earlier post we used this area to build a poly-tunnel and place it ready for us to try and grow in a greenhouse. … Continue reading Going Green(house)

Sunshine’s Out and Here We Go Again 😊

In our last post, Tony showed off his awesome creations for keeping pests and birds off our veggies. We have since been out and sowed most of the seeds for the veggies we going to grow this year. As we used the first large raised bed for the potatoes, we decided to mix it up … Continue reading Sunshine’s Out and Here We Go Again 😊

Raising our Hopes

Hi all, hope everyone is safe and well. After last years experimentation on the potatoes, we decided to change the way we wanted to grow them. Instead of growing in bags (which didn’t yield a big crop just a couple of meals) we want to try for a bigger crop. Having built two large raised … Continue reading Raising our Hopes

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