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18th March

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21st March 2017

We’ve been inventing, inspiring and investing in a nation of chocolate lovers for nearly 200 years. Scroll down to discover how the nation’s favourite chocolate was born and how we keep the entrepreneurial spirit of Cadbury alive in everything we do today.

Well it did, back in 1971. The famous chocolate river Augustus Gloop almost drowned in in the original Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory film was made 15,000 gallons of water mixed with chocolate and cream.

With all the cream, the river spoiled fairly quickly and the cast revealed it left a terrible smell. Thorntons staff member Paul Bell said: "All staff were asked to come up with ideas of how we should celebrate our 100th birthday and, because Charlie and the Chocolate Factory was my favourite film as a child, I immediately thought of a scene from the film where a bar of chocolate was shrunk and I thought – “wouldn't it be fantastic to do the reverse and make the world's largest bar of chocolate”.’

Presentation - 4 April 2017

23rd March 2017

4th April 2017 - Presentation

Preparatory investigations and analysis should develop the confidence of learners in preparation for the of their own photographic material. Initial group discussions could centre on images that learners have brought into the session and cover matters such as achievement of intentions, audience responses, extual and contextual exploration, and use of technologies. Understanding could be evaluated through further group discussions, presentations or case studies on the work of professional photographers.Short practical exercises should be set to enable learners to experiment with material and processes. Results should be evaluated by learners, their peers and tutors. It should be stressed that automatic camera functions should be switched off to enable greater understanding and creative control. These initial exercises should allow experimentation with depth of field through aperture and shutter manipulation and exposure effects within a range of lighting conditions, both indoors and out. Film processing and printing would allow further stages of control and manipulation whilst digital applications will need to include image-editing, importing,scanning, cropping, the use of modes, layers and filters, printing and managing files.Tutors should note that whilst it is desirable that learners have the opportunity to work with film-base chnology it is acceptable for them simply to know about the process and its advantages and disadvantages as compared with digital photography. It is also perfectly acceptable for learners to produce all finished work for

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The co-author of a biography of Martin McGuinness' life has said she fears secrets of the past may have gone with him to grave.

Kathryn Johnston and her late husband, former political journalist Liam Clarke, published the book: 'Martin McGuinness: From Guns to Government' in 2001.

The biography charts the Derry man's journey from IRA member to elected representative, but did not receive the former deputy first minister's approval, who refused interviews.

Following its publication the authors were arrested by the PSNI in relation to leaked documents included in the book, but were never formally charged.

Mrs Johnston described Mr McGuinness as a "crafty military strategist and talented politician" and said no other person could have brought about the IRA ceasefire.

She first met him in 1992, on the 20th anniversary of Bloody Sunday. During a broadcasting ban she spoke to Bishop of Derry Edward Daly and Martin McGuinness at length.

The co-author of a biography of Martin McGuinness' life has said she fears secrets of the past may have gone with him to grave.

Kathryn Johnston and her late husband, former political journalist Liam Clarke, published the book: 'Martin McGuinness: From Guns to Government' in 2001.

The biography charts the Derry man's journey from IRA member to elected representative, but did not receive the former deputy first minister's approval, who refused interviews.

Following its publication the authors were arrested by the PSNI in relation to leaked documents included in the book, but were never formally charged.

Mrs Johnston described Mr McGuinness as a "crafty military strategist and talented politician" and said no other person could have brought about the IRA ceasefire.

She first met him in 1992, on the 20th anniversary of Bloody Sunday. During a broadcasting ban she spoke to Bishop of Derry Edward Daly and Martin McGuinness at length.

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