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Chocolate festival to return to Norfolk town

PUBLISHED: 10:27 23 February 2018 | UPDATED: 13:38 23 February 2018

 the 1937 Armstrong Siddeley vintage car which will be making an appearance at Wymondham Choc Fest. Picture Tony Vale

the 1937 Armstrong Siddeley vintage car which will be making an appearance at Wymondham Choc Fest. Picture Tony Vale

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It’s chocs away for a Norfolk market town as its annual chocolate festival returns.

This celebration of all things chocolate will once again held at the on North Wymondham Community Centre on Saturday March 10.

Activities at the event will include chocolate food stalls, a presentation of chocolate poems and a chocolate themed raffle.

There will also be a challenge to professional cake makers to provide their logo on a chocolate cookie base, music from Wymondham’s Got Talent finalist Mark Ferris and an appearance from the festival’s special guest, Elsie, the 1937 Armstrong Siddeley vintage car.

A spokesman for the Community Centre said: “We hope local residents and those from further afield will support the event.”

The charity-owned and maintained commuunity centre in Lime Tree Avenue, Wymondham has annual costs of £6,000 but the trustees and small team of supporting volunteers were rocked by the news last year that roof repairs of up to £20,000 were required.

• The event runs from 2.30pm to 4.30pm and more information can be found on the North Wymondham Community Association Facebook Page.

For more foodie news and events, join our Facebook group Eat Norfolk, here.


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