Ruth said: “Visiting Cadbury World really brought back some fond memories of my time working at the Bournville factory, especially the smell of chocolate and the history of the factory! Celebrating my 100th birthday at Cadbury World was very special to me – thank you to Cadbury World for making it an extra special day to remember for me and my family.”
Elsewhere in the attraction, the sounds of sleigh-bells and reindeer hooves spell the arrival of the big man himself, who will be flying in to Cadbury World to continue the Christmas cheer. In between checking his lists, Santa will visit Cadbury World to entertain families with his very own stage show. With a bag full of presents, there’s a gift for every child – making a visit to the exclusive Cadbury World Santa Show top of everyone’s Christmas list. Be sure to catch Santa every weekend from 18th November plus performances every day on 21st – 23rd December before he flies off for his Christmas duties.
Red lustre and edible glitter have been used to give the reindeer’s nose an extra twinkle and help him lead the way through the dark winter evenings, whilst his ‘knitted’ striped scarf and matching mittens will protect him from the cold. The reindeer’s crowning glory is his impressively large antlers which have been hand-piped to precision to support their own weight.
Taking a break from sleigh-pulling duties, the creation will be on display in Cadbury World’s Chocolate Making Zone throughout the festive season – you’d be rude-olph not to visit!
Led by the talented chocolatiers at the attraction, the players had the opportunity to learn how to create their own moudled chocolates filled with Cadbury white chocolate. After learning the basics the players then tried their hand at decorating their own chocolate shoes, plaques and tennis balls to celebrate the tournament.
Other highlights throughout the year included raising £3,500 for Guide Dogs for the Blind Association, and creating giant chocolate Easter eggs which were auctioned off by Acorns Children’s Hospice, Birmingham Children’s Hospital and Help for Heroes. Through raffles and cake sales, employees also raised funds for St Mary’s Hospice.
Accompanying a range of sweet treats are seasonal savoury favourites such as turkey and cranberry, and smoked salmon and cream cheese sandwiches, all topped off with the option to add a glass of festive fizz to toast the season*.
Available Monday-Friday from now until December 22nd, this seasonal treat is priced at just £21.95 per person including admission to Cadbury World.
*The Prosecco option is available at a supplement of £7.99 per small bottle.