Steve congratulates Cadbury’s Olympic volunteers for their hard work

Steve met with Cadbury Spots v Stripes Community Volunteers and co-ordinators to celebrate the success of the Cadbury Spots v Stripes Community Programme.
Steve spoke with Nick Bunker, President UK & Ireland Kraft Foods, about the success of the programme. They were also joined by Richard Whitehead, Cadbury Athlete Ambassador, the current record holder and world champion for leg amputees at the 200m for the T42 category. Over 100 people attended and Cadbury Spots v Stripes volunteers brought the fun of their community events by challenging them all to play Spots v Stripes games! Since its launch in the summer of 2010, the award winning Cadbury Spots v Stripes Community programme has had huge impact on local communities - to date nearly 916,000 people and 1,003 community groups have been reached. Over 120,000 people have played Cadbury Spots v Stripes Community games at over 1,931 events and 3,070 volunteers have been recruited. In addition, Cadbury Dairy Milk’s newest campaign, ‘Postcards’ was brought to parliamentarians. This is an engaging way for the public to pledge its support to the Team GB and Paralympic GB hopefuls by harnessing the simple power of the written word. Over 100 postcards were signed on the day.’ Steve said: “It was great to meet the Cadbury’s Olympic volunteers again and see how they are getting on and making a difference in their communities. “This is a big year for Britain, it was great to have the chance to say well done to the volunteers and of course wish Richard Whitehead good luck in the upcoming games!” Share this
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