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Willy Wonka style treat a hit with kids

11th August 2011 Print

A trip to Cadbury World is looking like the number one choice for a school summer holiday treat for South West families this year.

Parents have been signing up for Bakers Dolphin’s tour to the world-famous factory as part of the coach operator’s Days Out attractions.

The day out includes a visit to the Cadbury museum in Bournville dedicated to the history of chocolate, a 3D video story and an interactive theatre.

It is just one of Bakers Dolphin’s day trips over the school summer holidays aimed at providing a wide variety of family activities.

Other Days Out include a visit to the Houses of Parliament, the Tower of London, Portsmouth Dockyard, the Eden Project, Alton Towers, and Legoland.

Amanda Harrington, sales and marketing director at Weston-super-Mare based Bakers Dolphin, says Cadbury World is proving a hit with families.

“For some parents the school summer holidays leave them scratching their heads at a loss for things to do with the kids.

“A trip to Cadbury World provides them with a fascinating day out and the chance too for kids to learn more about their favourite chocolates.”

Meanwhile, despite many families continuing to feel the economic pinch, Days Out bookings continue to be up on last year.

“It’s a great way to see some of the major attractions on offer in the UK at a price that won’t break the bank,” added Amanda.

Bakers Dolphin has a full programme of UK and continental holiday tours, and days out throughout the summer break with pick ups across the region.

Pick up points include Bridgewater, Bristol, Burnham on Sea, Clevedon, Gordano, Highbridge, Leigh Delamere, Michael Wood Services, Weston-super-Mare, Nailsea and Taunton.

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