Thanks to a post on the Producers’ Forum Facebook group I was lucky enough to bag a last-minute ticket to attend Creative England’s latest event to hear from factual and documentary filmmakers about their latest projects. It was a riveting three hours. Here are my thoughts on each of the four sessions. 1. Sue Brown
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Out now. A heartwarming yet gritty tale of love, work and friendship set in Birmingham’s best-loved chocolate factory during The Great War.
After marrying Bill, housewife Jessie thought she’d left the Cadbury chocolate factory at Bournville for good. But money problems force her to return to work to make ends meet. Before long, her marriage is tested to breaking point.
"A very human story ... I couldn't put it down."
COMFORTS FOR THE TROOPS. Available in paperback and eBook.
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Beatrice Cadbury grew up with all the privileges money could buy. But the First World War ignited her sense of injustice, and being a ‘have’ in a world of ‘have-nots’ was troubling. In 1920 she decided to ‘give back’ all the Cadbury shares she had inherited to the Bournville factory workers … with unexpected consequences.
"A gripping story and surprisingly contemporary."
BEATRICE THE CADBURY HEIRESS WHO GAVE AWAY HER FORTUNE. Available in paperback and eBook.
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Gosh, it’s been a busy year of writing behind the scenes (news update coming very soon) and then popping out into the world to give my Cadbury Heritage Talks to around thirty amazing audiences. I can honestly say I have enjoyed every single event this year! There’s nothing like the buzz of meeting and connecting