Mrs Bensons Traditional Sweets is located at 11 Church St, Copmanthorpe, York YO23 3SA, UK, we aim to offer all our customers a great experience with Mrs Bensons Traditional Sweets and we would be happy to assist you with any questions you may have.

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Nathan Archer

5 Google Rating

Yummy. It is a sweet shop.

5/ 5

Yummy. It is a sweet shop.

Faye Campbell

1 Google Rating

1/ 5

Stephen Redpath

5 Google Rating

5/ 5

Joseph Simpson

5 Google Rating

Lovely shop and experience. Despite the queue outside which people don't seem to understand the staf

5/ 5

Lovely shop and experience. Despite the queue outside which people don't seem to understand the staff inside were lovely and helpful, bagged all my sweets up with ribbon and stickers ready for Christmas. Great service despite the staff having to deal with customers walking in and not observing the lockdown rules.

Genevieve Cunningham

1 Google Rating

Very disappointed with my visit today as the shop looked wonderful on the outside. When I approached

1/ 5

Very disappointed with my visit today as the shop looked wonderful on the outside. When I approached the shop there were a few children outside which I thought nothing of , certainly they did not appear to me to be queuing so I entered the shop only to be told to leave as there’s a queue . I left the shop to wait across the street as I was waiting for my sons only to observe a couple who happen to be Caucasian enter whilst the children were still outside the shop and they were not asked to queue. This really infuriated me so I went back to challenge the shop attendant and her response was she got it wrong ! Needless to say I did not feel welcomed and left without purchasing anything from this store. It is important to add I am black!!!

Roseanna Lewis

5 Google Rating

Lovely people, always welcoming to me and others. Yummy sweets.

5/ 5

Lovely people, always welcoming to me and others. Yummy sweets.

Labz _

1 Google Rating

1/ 5

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