Cadbury store near Bristol to mark reopening with free hot chocolate for customers

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The brand is giving away free hot chocolates to the first 50 guests tomorrow and the day after

An ‘iconic’ Cadbury store near Bristol has been given a fresh new look following a refit. 

The store at Clarks Village reopened its doors this week after closing temporarily in January for the makeover which has now been unveiled to guests.    

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To mark the reopening, the brand will be giving away free hot chocolates to the first 50 guests tomorrow (February 9) and Saturday (February 10)

John Liptrot, of Cadbury Outlets, said: “We have enjoyed a presence in Clarks Village for over 25 years and in this year, the 200th anniversary of the Cadbury brand, we are excited to reopen our new look Cadbury store to share its magic with the chocolate-loving British public.”

Chris Davis, Clarks Village centre director, added: “It’s been fantastic to watch the makeover of the much-loved Cadbury brand at the outlet, with an exciting new look and features. 

“The store has already proven popular with our guests over more than two decades and this revamp will enhance their experience even further.”

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One of the longest-standing brands at Clarks Village, Cadbury has undergone a full refresh with new store frontage including new windows, doors and a new colour scheme.   

As part of the revamp, Cadbury has launched new product offerings including its soft-scoop Oreo ice-cream and a ‘Cadbury Hot Chocolate 2GO'. 

The store will continue to sell the brand’s selection of chocolate treats, sweet shop favourites and a range of Cadbury gifts and memorabilia.  

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