FOR THE LOVE OF CHOCOLATE
HELP US HELP HIGH STREET CHOCOLATE SHOPS
Britain has a long tradition of small, independent, high street chocolate makers.
One you may be very familiar with was set up on Bull Street, Birmingham in 1824 by a Mr John Cadbury.
Today however, all over the country, these chocolate makers are having an incredibly tough time. Our nation’s high streets were in trouble before the pandemic hit, and now things are even worse.
We want to help raise awareness and support these small businesses, many of whom are starting out just as we did all those years ago. We were hoping you’d help us help them. Although you may have come here to buy some Cadbury chocolate, we were wondering if you’d also try an independent chocolate shop’s product, on us? That way we can all help thousands of independent chocolate makers everywhere.