THOSE with a sweet tooth might want to make a visit to a dessert shop to satisfy their taste buds.

Dough Darlings on Chapel Street in Leigh welcomed customers for the first time in August.

Brothers Ali Arfath, 24, Ali Azgor, 23, and Raja Miah, 36, have years of experience of working at dessert shops.

And the siblings from Oldham decided to go their own way and take the plunge by setting up their own business.

After identifying that there was no shop that exclusively sold sweet treats in the Chapel Street area, they decided it would be the ideal place to open for business.

They have been encouraged by their first few months in the town so far.

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Inside the Chapel Street shop

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Ali Arfath said: “It is our first venture together and it has been a learning curve for us.

“We have had good reviews so far and we are getting regular customers.

“We think Leigh is nice and we have had nice people coming in.

“It is also a lively area which is always good for business.

“We are now hoping to get more people to know about us.”

The brothers are also relishing the responsibility of having control of their own business.

“The best thing about having our own shop is sharing the experience with my brothers,” Ali Arfath said.

“We have always worked in a customer based environment and take pride in providing great customer service.”

Dough Darlings is open from 5pm to 10.30pm from Mondays to Fridays.

And its opening hours are 5pm to 11pm on Saturdays and Sundays.

The shop will also be providing Christmas cheer to child patients and staff at Leigh Infirmary over the festive period.