Rory Fallon’s Ice Cream Business Hits Plymouth

Bristol Rovers football player Rory Fallon’s award-winning ice cream business The Cowlick Creamery is setting up its trike on the Plymouth waterfront just in time for the arrival of the first boats sailing into Britain’s Ocean City to take part in world-class international sailing event The Transat Bakerly 2016.

Run by Fallon and his wife Carly, The Cowlick Creamery recently relocated to Plymouth from Yorkshire and now operates from a base in Estover, supplying ice cream for weddings and events and providing a specialist wholesale service for Michelin star restaurants, hotels, delis and fine food outlets.

Carly Fallon said: “We’re really excited about bringing our tricycle to Sutton Harbour. There is such a lot happening in Plymouth this summer, it’s a fantastic time to be launching our tricycle, just in time for the Transat race.”

Fallon, 34, is originally from Gisborne.

Original article by Plymouth Herald, April 22, 2016.

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