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Sweet Shop
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Mr Simms' Sweet Shop is in the Harvey Centre shopping mall in Harlow, Essex. There are sweets of every kind sort and I had no idea what to choose first. I would have liked one of every kind. Just as well I couldn't afford them all because one of each sweet or chocolate or candy or - the list goes on and on - they because that would have amounted to mega calories, perhaps giga.

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