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11 of the best West Sussex ice cream parlours to check out this summer

With the summer holidays almost here and hopefully the good weather set to continue, we round up some of the ice cream and dessert parlours around West Sussex.

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58 Chapel Rd, Worthing BN11 1BN. Kaspa's is a chain of dessert houses that offers the 'world's favourite hot and cold desserts under one roof'. The only other one in Sussex is in Hastings.

5. Kaspa's Desserts

58 Chapel Rd, Worthing BN11 1BN. Kaspa's is a chain of dessert houses that offers the 'world's favourite hot and cold desserts under one roof'. The only other one in Sussex is in Hastings.
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1 Christ Church Buildings 30b, Southgate, Chichester PO19 1DT. Alongside milkshakes, smoothies and waffles it offers ice cream sundaes, soft scoop ice cream and sorbet.

6. Shake-A-Delic Dessert Bar

1 Christ Church Buildings 30b, Southgate, Chichester PO19 1DT. Alongside milkshakes, smoothies and waffles it offers ice cream sundaes, soft scoop ice cream and sorbet.
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24-25 Marine Parade, Worthing BN11 3PT. Alongside fresh food, it offers home-made artisan ice creams from its seafront location.

7. Macari's Restaurant & Cafe/Bar

24-25 Marine Parade, Worthing BN11 3PT. Alongside fresh food, it offers home-made artisan ice creams from its seafront location.
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Located inside County Mall, 34, Crawley RH10 1FF. The world's largest chain of ice cream speciality shops, it sells innovative flavours and has introduced mousse-textured ice creams.

8. Baskin Robbins

Located inside County Mall, 34, Crawley RH10 1FF. The world's largest chain of ice cream speciality shops, it sells innovative flavours and has introduced mousse-textured ice creams.
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