Birth of the Roald Dahl’s “Charlie and the Chocolate factory”


Roald Dahl went to a famous English public school called Repton, where he and his friends would be sent a number of Cadbury’s newest chocolate inventions to test out.

They would arrive in plain packaging, but they were always full of delicious chocolate treats and the boys were invited to share their thoughts on each and every one.

This experience made Roald think about the great chocolate-making companies and inspired him for Willy Wonka’s Inventing Room with its burbling machines and the Everlasting Gobstoppers which are used to invent their confectionary creations.

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