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Joyville Dairy: A Wonderland Of Chocolate To Aotea Square

MEDIA RELEASE | For the real world - 23 November 2012

The Joyville Dairy Brings A Wonderland Of Chocolate To Aotea Square

This weekend (24th and 25th November) Aucklanders will be offered a rare glimpse into the enchanted world of Joyville. Set up in Aotea Square, the Joyville Dairy is the place where Cadbury Dairy Milk is found in abundance. People of all ages can wander through the Dairy and discover all the delights of a wonderland of chocolate and joy.

Linking the nostalgia of childhood to a place of imagination and dreams, The Joyville Dairy is a world beyond this one with excitement hidden around each corner, and wondrous activities to capture the imagination. Joyville has been busy this year and the Dairy is full of delights and ready to the meet the demand of Kiwis who love to relax with a bar of Cadbury Dairy Milk over summer.

A cast of Joyvillians will be on hand throughout the weekend to entertain and explain the story and history of the fantastical world that is Joyville.

Step through the door of the Joyville Dairy and enjoy a world where wonderment and joy collide, and magic and chocolate are brought together.

What: The Joyville Dairy
Where: Aotea Square
When: Friday 23 November – Sunday 25 November 2012
Timing: 9:30am – 6:30pm each day

www.cadbury.co.nz
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