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Cherry Heaven is a shop in Corfe Castle village, near the National Trust Estate, selling a diverse selection of exclusive essentials and luxuries, for a happy life at home, at work, and on holiday.
Here are a few, in alphabetical order: Art Clay, Bexfield scissors, Busy Babies clothes, Chicita jewellery, Darcy Brown children's clothes, Dorset Cereals, Dremel tools, FatBear, i-Duck, and SushiDisk USB flash drives, Ghost Radar, Kavat Kids' shoes, Kitiki Art Clay and crafts, Kitiki MiniKiln, Klik clocks, Lindstrom pliers and cutters, Loc8tor trackers, Luxury Candles, MagLite torches, Paragon kilns, Prometheus Kilns, Richardson Sheffield knives, Robeez and Star Child baby shoes, SKK saucepans, SmartCandles, Titan luggage, UltraLite Kiln, and WetPots plant pots.
Cherry Heaven recommendations have been tried and tested here, in our home, offices, studios, or workshops, or whilst travelling. Some have been given or received as appreciated gifts, or suggested by artists, chefs, designers, friends, gardeners, magazine editors, teachers, and other professionals.
They're available here, in the Cherry Heaven on-line shop, using the appropriate link below the menu bar, although some will have a link to a dedicated internet resource. Alternatively, visit the Cherry Heaven Shop in Corfe Castle village.
To look at the on-line shop, find directions to the real shop, or look at some photos of Corfe Castle and the surrounding area, use the shop link below the menu bar.
Cherries have been grown extensively in the UK, Western Europe, Asia, and the Far East for centuries. There are about six hundred varieties, mostly derived from two original types: sweet or sour.
Cherries have a short flowering period but produce a generous, profuse, luxurious display. The berries are amongst the earliest fruit to ripen.
In the UK, phrases such as cherry pick, cherry condition, cherry pie, a bowl of cherries, cherry blossom time, and cherry heaven, all mean being first, new, or best.
In China, the cherry blossom is a symbol of feminine beauty and sexuality. In Japan, the cherry blossom represents life’s brief pleasures.
Cherry pigment contains anthocyanins, powerful antioxidants which can reduce pain and inflammation. Cherries also contain high levels of melatonin, important for the immune system.