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A group of us went to lunch at the Cascade Visitor Centre. The setting itself is lovely, looking out on very attractive and well-maintained heritage gardens, with seats and water features. Very nice. The meal? Well, to start with, there's a tasting area down at...More
I visited this for the first time about 10 years ago, had a fantastic factory tour and it was one of the best chocolate factory tours I have been on. This time around it was scaled down there was no tour but a demonstration in...More
What a disappointment! I was so looking forward to going to Cadbury's as I had never been there before but my children had on previous school trips. I was so looking forward to getting some cheap chocolates and lollies. Well the shop isn't even open...More
It's an interesting place to go but unfortunately it closed down permanently. We bought quite a number of different chocolates during our visit in November 2015 and sadly to know that it will close down after Christmas.
What an embarrassment for Cadbury's. I expected the Visitor Centre to run on the business model of being a customer goodwill and development exercise rather than a money making section of a major food manufacturing plant.
We were really excited to visit the Cadbury factory and get a bit of an insight into the world of my favourite chocolates (Caramello Koala that is). What a let down. This place bills itself as a Visitor Centre, but its really just a shop...More
Phew! I went while it was still opened to public.
Anyways, here's my review of my visit:
The Cadbury Factory in Brighton is a bit of a challenge to find as we were not familiar with the roads. Once we were there, we could see...More