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  • Close down

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    I'm going to close down this meetup and the page will disappear for ever, so don't forget to download photos if you want to keep them. You can keep following my chocolate stuff on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/chocolate.london/ or follow me on Twitter http://twitter.com/chocolatewalks I'll create a video link on Saturday for anyone who is interested to catch up.

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  • Closing of the chocolate Meetup

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    I decided to close the Meetup. I tried to find someone to take over from the chocolate world but I failed. Happy to organise last online chat for anyone who is interested in the suggested date. It means soon all the data of the Meetup will disappear so spare some time to download/copy any photos and etc.

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  • Canopy market - chocolate special

    Kings Cross St Pancras International Station

    This October, to celebrate the culmination of Chocolate Week, Canopy Market is collaborating with Cocoa Runners to bring you a one-off celebration of all things cocoa. This is the largest gathering of bean-to-bar, artisan chocolate makers from around the globe. October 19th – 21st, Canopy Market will be packed with the best bean-to-bar makers with tastings, talks, and demonstrations, all under West Handyside Canopy’s beautifully restored Victorian glass and steel roof. Visitors will be able to sample rare, single-origin chocolates and meet the makers from a line-up including the award-winning Pump Street Bakery, who hand-make small batch chocolate in Orford, and Franceschi Chocolate from Caracas, Venezuela (one of the world’s most famous growing regions), bringing their rescued heritage Criollo and Trinitarian cacao varieties to London. A series of chocolate tastings led by the producers themselves will give visitors the opportunity to learn about and try a range of chocolate alongside food and drink pairings. The chocolate special will take place alongside the regular market, where street food vendors Arancini Bros, Growlers and The Big MELT will be trading as normal amongst others, as well as local design traders including Earl of East London’s hand-poured scented candles, unique handmade jewellery from Nabi London and Turkish hammam towels at Pur London. Please RSVP only if you can attend between 1130 and 1330

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  • Ice cream stroll to celebrate the mid summer

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    As last year we will start the summer with an ice cream stroll around central London.

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  • Share your favourite bean to bar chocolate

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    Bring your favourite bean to bar chocolate and share with others members. If you don’t know how to get one a list of shops you can get I’ll publish soon a list of where to get it in London.

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  • DENBIES CHOCOLATE FAIR

    Denbie's Wine Estate

    FREE ENTRY to the event. Returning to Dorking, you can once again be in the Garden Room at Denbies Wine Estate on Sunday 7th April showcasing a sensational selection of chocolatiers and chocolate makers who are exhibiting with us. This year the Chocolate Fair is proud to be sponsored by Pure Grenada – Spice of the Caribbean, who we hope will bring along a little sunshine (plus chocolate & rum). Entry to the Garden Room, where you will find all the exhibitor stands, is free and you do not need to register for a ticket to join us. Come along, meet the makers, talk to the chocolatiers, and sample the chocolate. Please note the event is outside London near Dorking. You can catch the train or drive here.

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  • Share your favourite bean to bar chocolate

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    Bring your favourite bean to bar chocolate and share with others members. If you don’t know how to get one a list of shops you can get I’ll publish soon a list of where to get it in London.

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  • CHOCOLATE JEWELLERY WORKSHOP

    The Chocolate Museum

    The Chocolate Museum in Brixton will host a chocolate jewellery workshop. Join them and make some unusual earrings or necklaces made of Chocolate! Our special guest for this workshop is Kriwo, a visual artist that combines paintings, fashion and design in her lively and colourful creations. She will be teaching how to make Chocolate Jewellery by using drizzling and the dipping technique of Pollock. You can expect loads of fun for a Saint Nicholas Day and a lovely creation to take home but mind your ears or your neck at the end of the workshop. Booking Please book on a ticket on eventbrite before RSVP. A ticket is £15 + 1.31 booking fee - The link to book a ticket is https://c.hocol.at/workshop