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Born in Brimingham. He's the founder of the Cadburys
Remembered 10 months ago
I remember going on a school trip back in the early 60s to Cadburys and eating chocolate all day and coming home with a Cadburys pencil tin filled with chocolate. Happy days!!!
19th Sep 2012
Who can forget Cadburys chocolate? I remember going to Cadburys during the 1950's. We watched a film about the cocoa beans being collected and ground. Then we went round the factory to watch the chocolates on the conveyor belt being marked by the girls. Afterwards we had tea with Cadburys chocolate fingers! Then we got a tin with a picture of Cadburys on the front. Inside it was filled with half penny bars of chocolate, one penny bars, six penny bars, and Cadburys buttons. Great!
13th Nov 2012
I remember having the school sports day on the Cadburys sports field next to the factory in the 1950s. My sister-in-law met her husband whilst they both worked at Cadburys and moved to South Africa. They came to visit last Christmas and we spent £s on Cadbury products as they said they did not taste the same over there. Unfortunately they tried most of the chocs we purchased as said they were now really horrible now, we agreed with them also, not how they were a few years back.
21st Dec 2012
Paul Cadbury was patron of the adventure playground smashing bloke
19th Mar 2013
My Dad used to work at Cadbury's. Back in those days he was allowed to bring home the chocolate broken bits, they were yummy. I went to the Bournville grounds to run for my school in the 60's.
20th Apr 2013
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