We love nothing more than creating chocolate events around the things that are happening in our world so this summer it only seemed appropriate to hold a Chocolate Olympics.
We held 2 Chocolate Olympics days, on the 8th and 15th August. We had a good turn out to both weeks with people of all ages joining in and coming from far and wide. Everyone made a Chocolate Medal and then competed in our various challenges.
This was a popular game with everyone getting 3 chocolate drops to slide down the table and score as many points as possible.
The winning score is: 260 by Matilda
The Great Chocolate Button sort
There was a tub of chocolate buttons all mixed up and it had to be sorted out in to the 5 different tubs in the fastest time. We had a few competitive families that were cheering each over on to go faster/slower.
The winning time for this is: 36 seconds by Georgia
We had a few pieces of our chocolate blocks on a tray and you had to build the tallest tower in 30 seconds. The key to this was to use the bigger blocks and make sure that they were connected correctly. A few towers collapsed just at the 30 second point so didn’t get measure very tall.
The tallest tower is: 15cm by Luke
This challenge tested your chopstick skills as you had to transfer 10 chocolate buttons to another pot only using the chopsticks. We had several that found this quite frustrating but they didn’t give up and went to the end. We’d like to give a special mention to our longest time of 11.10 by Tom as he really wouldn’t give up which is true determination and there was giant cheer when he did finish.
The quickest time is: 36 seconds by Charlotte
Congratulations to everyone who took part we hope you loved it as much as us. We would really appreciate it if you could take 2 minutes to leave us a review on Tripadvisor
The winners will all get a little prize which will need to be collected from our shop and we will contact you if you are winner.