The 8th of January is English Toffee Day.
You could make or buy. If you buy, maybe you could find a local independent candy shop to support.
Given that the chocolate market now is saturated, specialty English toffee could provide a good opportunity for artisan candy makers to stand out from the crowd.
The day is an American-led holiday, but there’s no reason the English can’t get in front and make it look like a parade.
Hall, Jane. America celebrates National English Toffee Day every January. There’s something to chew. . Newcastle upon Tyne: The Chronicle. 8 January 2016.
O’Leary, Joanna. What’s With the Brits and Their Toffee? A Short History for National English Toffee Day. Houston, Texas: Houston Press. 7 January 2014.