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Cadbury is a British firm that is the second largest confectionery company in the world after Mars. The business was established in Birmingham in 1824 by John Cadbury. A chocolate-making factory was built at Bournville in 1879 and the Cadbury World visitor attraction opened alongside it in 1988, followed by a chocolate research centre in 2012. Cadbury’s UK operation is based at Bournville in Birmingham, while the company’s head office is in Uxbridge, London.

Craig Errington, chief executive of Wesleyan

Wesleyan chief calls for more support for community finance sector

Mr Errington made the plea as he addressed members and guests at ART’s AGM

Maryvale News, which wants to sell booze to customers.

Bournville trustees: Alcohol ban still remains

Bournville Village Trust claimed a new off-licence changes nothing as the shop is outside the historic boundary of the Bournville Estate originally set out by George Cadbury

Maryvale News, which wants to sell booze to customers updated

Alcohol can now be sold in Bournville - after 120 years of temperance

Anger at 'catastrophic' decision to allow newsagent to sell booze in Cadbury family area

The signature of William Cadbury

Cadbury's signature to be auctioned off

Famous autograph of William Cadbury which became enduring company logo will go under hammer

Sir Adrian Cadbury, chairman of corporate governance, in 1992

Tributes paid after Sir Adrian Cadbury passes away

Sir Adrian, the grandson of legendary industrialist George Cadbury, has died aged 86

Bournville Village Green as it looks today

Green idylls of Second City get the thumbs-up

14 parks and spaces in Birmingham win praise as part of national Green Flag awards

Michael Bates pictured with his team from Birmingham Community Law Centre in Sparkbrook, Naomi Lesser, Abu Uddin, Habib Ullah and Tahsin Chowdhury

Birmingham Community Law Centre lands major legal award

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Birmingham Community Law Centre staff say they are “over the moon” after winning the Best Not-for-Profit/Law Firm award at the Legal Aid Lawyer of the Year Awards

The quality housing created by Cadbury and the Bournville Village Trust in the early 1900s

Blow for 'shameful' plan to force Bournville Village Trust to sell off housing

House of Lords amendment to Charities Bill is welcomed by Bournville Village Trust.

CGI of The Franklin as seen from Franklin Way

Knight Frank appointed to former Cadbury HQ

Property consultancy will act as lead agency to sell apartments in Franklin House which is undergoing £16m conversion

The Davids in Northfield, Birmingham.

Executive home is the star of The Davids in Northfield

Busy professionals can relax at the end of a long day in this well-situated and attractive family home.

Northfield Manor House, once home to George Cadbury, before it was ravaged by fire

University of Birmingham vows to rebuild Northfield Manor

Historic building gutted by fire last year will be develop 'to mirror original manor house' says vice-principal

Birmingham Chamber of Commerce House in Edgbaston

Chinese investors plan to demolish and redevelop Chamber of Commerce House

Chamber headquarters set to become latest John Madin building to be razed to the ground if deal goes through

Northfield Manor House after major demolition work following a fire updated

Anger at demolition of one of Birmingham's oldest buildings after fire

The future of Northfield Manor House, formerly home to the Cadbury family, is causing concern to Birmingham conservationists

CGI of exterior of The Franklin in Bournville

Work starts on former Cadbury HQ regeneration

Franklin House is being turned into new apartments in a £16m renovation project which is due to be finished by next spring

Cadbury jobs boost as Easter egg demand rises

Bournville manufacturer launches recruitment drive to support production of chocolate eggs despite ongoing redundancy programme

Laurence Cadbury in his car 'The Beetle' which he took with him to Belgium and Northern France whilst serving with the Quaker-founded Friends Ambulance Unit during the First World War.

New book reveals how son of George Cadbury grew the chocolate empire

A book has revealed new insights and never before seen images of Laurence Cadbury, the son of philanthropist George Cadbury, founder of the Bournville Village Trust.

Iain and Margaret Payne with Steve McCabe who are angry over the new energy saving lampposts replacing the heritage ones on Bournville Lane.

Low-cost lampposts cast shadow over Bournville

City to allow cheap replacements for heritage lamps, locals claim.

Ellen Eyre in 1900

From orphan to family fortunes with a little help

Birmingham author's gran climbed social ladder with the aid of Cadbury cousins

The students from Deltion College at Selly Manor in Bournville

European students learn about town planning during Bournville visit

Bournville’s open spaces and well-designed and quality built homes are what gives the suburb its distinctive look and feel

New research gives glimpse into history of Selly Manor in Bournville

Selly Manor's secret history revealed

Former residents of famous Birmingham house included cow keeper, pub landlord and bailiff

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