Articles tagged chocolate

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Divine Chocolate: Empowering Women Farmers

London’s history of trade – the foundation for its wealth – was often exploitative. Its benefits were enjoyed by mostly the wealthy elite. And at one point in history, chocolate was at the center of […]

Valentine’s Day in and around Dulwich – date ideas

Need some date ideas for a Valentines Day? We’ve got 6 Romantic Valentine’s Day date ideas for you to enjoy with the one you love. Chocolate Making Workshop Valentine’s Day would be nothing without an indulgence […]

Southerden Pastry Store, Peckham

Peckham’s ‘gentrification’ continues, with the Bellenden Road area becoming more and more upmarket. Estate agents like to call it Bellenden Village to really drive those house prices up, but then most estate agents are, well, […]

Farewell Hope and Greenwood

Hope and Greenwood in East Dulwich closed its doors yesterday. The shop was best known for its traditionally made confectionary, old fashioned sweets, retro sweets and chocolate and sweet treats. It was a lovely little shop […]

The Great Chocolate Bake Off

The Chocolate Museum will be celebrating its First Anniversary with an all-day event on Saturday 15 March! There will be film screenings for children and adults, a live chocolate sculpture mounting, a drop-in kids’ workshop […]

The Brixton Chocolate Museum

This year my form (at the time I was in year 8) won the ‘Sydenham Apprentice’, an event in which the three year eight forms at Sydenham High School went head-to-head to try and raise […]

Chocolate Museum in Brixton Satisfies All Cravings

Chocolate Museum

Ever wondered where chocolate comes from? Why it comes in liquid and solid form? Who believed that chocolate had magical powers? Whether chocolate really is healthy? Then head on over to the Chocolate Museum in […]

Miss Hope at Dulwich Books

The woman behind Hope and Greenwood Sweet Shop in East Dulwich signs copies of her book ‘Miss Hope’s Chocolate Box‘, with samples of her treats.

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