From Chocolate to Charity

THE ARCHIVES OF THE CADBURY TRUSTS

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To many the name Cadbury is most closely associated with the manufacture of chocolate.

Indeed it was the family’s success in business that allowed them to pursue their other great interest: philanthropy. The archives of the Cadbury Trusts record the formation and development of the eight interrelated trusts and companies established by Barrow and Geraldine Cadbury and their son Paul.

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