YOUNG chefs in Wirral could see their unique ice-cream flavour go on sale as part of a cultural festival.
Archer’s ice-cream parlour in Heswall is running a competition as part of the town’s arts festival to find a scrumptious new flavour.
Youngsters aged seven-12 are invited to take part and put their ideas on paper.
The recipe will then be made by a professional ice-cream maker and judged.
The winning flavour will go on sale at the parlour during the three weeks of the festival.
A gift voucher will also be awarded to allow the winner’s family to visit the parlour and enjoy an ice-cream.
Nicholas Blair of Archer’s said: “Archer’s has become a real staple of the Heswall community so it seems only fitting to hold this special ice-cream competition for children.
“On top of our award winning flavours, we are always looking for new and innovative suggestions from our customers.
“I can’t wait to see some of the quirky flavours children come up with. May the best young cook win.”
Entries must be submitted by Saturday, September 21, and include the name of the ice-cream, the recipe and a description of the flavour.
Entrants must include their name, address and parents’ contact details (phone number and email address if possible).
Ice-cream recipes should be handed in to the parlour on Telegraph Road.