Beech Class had a lovely visit to Cadbury World. The first activity was a talk about the rainforest where we even got to smell a cacao bean. Next we went in an elevator with a bird that was slightly mischievous. On the ground floor there was a 4D adventure with 3D glasses on; it really felt like you were on a roller coaster at times. After lunch, we enjoyed a tour which started in the rainforest, looking at the Aztecs and the people who encountered the tribe. These were the people who eventually brought chocolate to Europe. After that, we watched a film about how Cadbury's started as a factory, what the first shop was like and why Mr Cadbury decided to build houses for his workers. The film was interactive and the seats wobbled each time something exciting happened. After that there was a series of films about how they make each type of chocolate. We then were given liquid chocolate to write our names as well as the chance to temper the chocolate. In advertising alley we saw a series of advertisements by Cadburys. Who remembers the gorilla? There was a trip through Cadbury World in a small car on a monorail. Finally, the part we had waited for - the chocolate tasting! Thank you to Mrs Gemmill and Ms Fogarty for coming with us.
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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