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Published on : Saturday, July 9, 2016
The ‘chocolate-box village’ of Bournville in Birmingham has decided to open their picturesque coco gardens for the tourists to explore. Bournville is considered to be a suburb of Birmingham at present.
On 10th July Sunday, the estate of Bournville will open six of their gardens for tourists, in order to aid the National Gardens Scheme. Visitors will be able to take a stroll through 63 Witherford Way, 8 Sycamore Road, 143 Oak Farm Road, 32 Knighton Road, 30 Hawthorne Road and the Selly Manor Museum.
The name of the scenic English village has started to get acknowledged after the famous chocolate maker Cadbury has started to feature the picture of Bournville on their packaging. The Cadbury brothers has bought the estate in 1879 to open a chocolate factory. Till then, Cadbury has decorated the village with patience and passion.
The green village will present the tourists with quite a few surprises. Tourists will be able to visit a parade of shops, manor house, community hall etc. But the main characteristic that differentiates this unique village from the other county villages is that visitors will not be able to find any pub inside the estate. One has to drink chocolaty beverages to escape the reality. The ravishing village has got Arts and Crafts village houses, bungalows, terrace houses as well as a small stream running across it. Tourists will be able to find orchards at the end of some gardens.