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Report - Cadburys Somerdale - Bristol - April 2011

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Its been a long time coming and to be fair, after all the hype, i was totally prepared to be disappointed. However as it tuns out i had nothing at all to worry about, the place totally delivered on all levels. A great place, great experience and most defiantly great explore! I was starting to get that feeling we were missing the boat here. The place has been 'almost' deserted for the last 4 months and we had spent several hours over the winter months sitting in the bushes scoping it out. It didn't quite feel right back then but this time it felt like now or never.

Manufacturing has ceased and the strip out has started. In reality however little has gone anywhere yet. We started in the power plant. I had been tipped off that this was good but again, i was ultimately prepared for alot less than we found, defiantly love at first sight!

Moving on to the factory proved much more tricky but with a bit of luck on our side we made it in. There was no way we were in the position to cover the whole place. It is both vast and still pretty damn live as well! We made it a goal to reach 'the' sign and on our way appeared to be passing through the Double Decker and Picnic lines. On the way back a slightly different route took us through fudge and a few other odds and ends before a close call prematurely ended the tour. There is most defiantly still a lot on offer here and i undoubtedly will be back once the heat dies off enough to get a proper comprehensive explore in!


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