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Lick close UK’s first frozen yogurt shop

Jake Basford reports on the closure of Lick in Brighton.

Frozen yogurt producer Lick is to close its first shop in Brighton as of September 29.

The proprietors, Owain Williams and Ky Wright, intend to go out with a bang by closing on the Sunday with music and free frozen yogurt, until all the stock has gone. Williams and Wright began the venture as teenagers when, aged just 13, they sold frozen yogurt from their trike.

Lick has made a huge impact in Brighton, and became well known not just for their frozen yogurt, but also for the live music events and other fun activities they organised for the local community.

The brand will still trade, with Lick Frozen Yogurt being sold in hundreds of shops across the country. The shop is to be closed so that the owners, pictured below with the shop, can focus on the expansion of the brand to go to more retailers. The team behind Lick, while no longer running the store, will still organise events.

Lick frozen yogurt was awarded the Great Taste Gold Award and is now available to buy at retailers, cinemas and delis across the country. Online retailer Ocado also sells tubs online.

We will be reviewing Licks Frozen Yogurt in the next few days, so watch this space. Visit for further details.

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