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The Bermuda Fudge Company, based in The Royal Naval Dockyard was founded by Sarah Woodmore Burrows

Sarah is the latest in a line of independent and entrepreneurial Bermudians.

Sarah takes pride in her roots. She has raised two sons who both appreciate their Bermudian heritage and Sarah wants to share all that is flavourful about her beloved island with you, through her decadent fudge, chocolates, rum cakes and candied nuts!

The Woodmore’s are a third-generation Bermudian family with a grand spirit of adventure and independence, most recently demonstrated through the establishment of the Bermuda Fudge Company, now a fixture of the Dockyard experience.

A stone’s throw away from where her grandparents lived and her father grew up, Sarah has set up her stall. Bermuda Fudge Co has grown into a family business.

Meet the Woodmore family!

A third generation Bermudian family with a grand spirit of adventure and independence!

Grandma Mabel Woodmore, was born a Whitehead, in the Parish of St. Georges. She met and married, James Woodmore, a very brave submariner from the Isle of Wight, who traversed the Atlantic Ocean, at the turn of the 20th century, in one of the earliest British Navel submarines, to win her heart! Grandpa James became a policeman and they set up house in Dockyard on Ireland’s Island where they produced a rowdy and dare-devilish brood of rascals. They all loved sports, were fearless and great friends to each other. Maurice Woodmore, Sarah’s Dad, apprenticed at the Bermuda Dockyard as an electrician. Sidney Woodmore, Sarah’s uncle, became the youngest Bermudian to become a Chief Engineer for the Furness Whithey Cruise Line on both the Queen of Bermuda and the Ocean Monarch. Elsie, Eddie, Harry and Colin rounded out the gang.