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Brighton Rock
Sweets and Toffee
Sussex

A hard white candy seaside rock stick with 'BRIGHTON' lettering through, distinguished in that it is more usual for Brighton Rock to have a multi-coloured outer 'rind' than the single-colour used elsewhere.


Image: Paul Hudson flickr.com


'Brighton Rock' was a 1938 murder thriller novel by Graham Greene.




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