August 10, 2022

Cadbury has launched the Willie Wonka-style competition, offering 250 pairs of tickets for the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee competition.

The Chocolate Company is giving members of the public a “once in a lifetime” opportunity to honor the Queen’s 70-year reign.


Cadbury launches Wonka-style competition for Queen’s JubileeCredit: Cadbury.
His greatness is celebrating 70 years on the throne.


His greatness is celebrating 70 years on the throne.

It will offer 500 tickets for a “first-hand experience of the pageant’s greatness” under the mall in London, reminiscent of Roald Dahl’s Charlie and Chocolate Factory and the famous Golden Tickets.

Tickets will be offered separately through a free entry competition through the Cadbury Jubilee website.

Cadbury’s limited edition versions of Cadbury’s most popular products will also go on sale, featuring a special dairy country bar with platinum jubilee tones and emblems of roses.

The distinctive purple packaging of the chocolate bar matches the jubilee branding, and the words “Queen’s Platinum Jubilee Celebration” look like a glass of milk.

It will be offered at a suggested retail price of £ 4.23.

The ton of roses includes a picture of a large crown on the lid, valued at £ 6.59, and dates to the Queen’s reign so far: 1952-2022.

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Chocolate has added to the growing list of Platinum Jubilee merchandise, from tea towels to Buckingham Palace certified champagne glasses.

They will be on sale from May 2 to June 5 on bank holiday weekends.

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It comes as the British prepare for the four-day Bank Holiday weekend this summer as the Queen celebrates her Platinum Jubilee.

The four-day bonanza, which falls on the first weekend of June, is about to explode with treatment by the Maharaja.

A huge national pudding competition will be part of the festivities, while thousands of jubilee lunches will be held in honor of Britain’s longest reigning monarch.

May Bank Holiday Weekend – which usually falls at the end of the month – will be moved to Thursday, June 2 to fit in the festivities.

And the weekend will be extended to Friday, June 3 with an extra day off.

Buckingham Palace said the extra long weekend would “give communities across the UK the opportunity to come together and celebrate the historic milestone.”

He added in a statement: “The four-day event will include public events and community activities, as well as national moments to reflect on the Queen’s 70 years of service.

In addition, initiatives including the Queen’s Green Canopy and Platinum Pudding competition will be a lasting reminder of the Queen’s Jubilee, while the Queen’s private estates will also be included in special Jubilee-themed celebrations to encourage members of the public to celebrate. Will provide opportunities. Historic milestones. “

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