George and his Chocolate Factory

Event Crafts Creativity and Innovation Intangible heritage Movable Heritage Tradition
9 Jesus Lane, CB5 8BA Cambridge, United Kingdom
Show on the map
11 September 2021

Come and discover how George Cadbury’s marvellous chocolate factory transformed the lives of factory workers. Storytelling, craft and of course chocolate!

Cadbury's chocolate is now a much loved global brand and it all started at the Bournville chocolate factory in Birmingham, less well-known is why this famous “factory in a garden” was built.

This children's workshop will tell the story of George Cadbury, a Quaker entrepreneur who saw the poverty and poor housing of the people who worked in factories across Birmingham and with his brother decided that they deserved better.

There will be exciting story telling, craft and of course some chocolate!
The event is suitable for under 12s. All children must be accompanied by a responsible adult throughout the event.

This event is hosted by Cambridge Quakers, to learn more about Quakers visit:

To book:

Event Times: 11.00 - 11.40, 12.00 - 12.40, 14.00 - 14.40, 15.00 - 15.40

9 Jesus Lane, CB5 8BA Cambridge, United Kingdom

52.2081909, 0.119943