Labour shortages in York lead to a subsidiary works being set up in Fawdon, 3 miles from Newcastle. Railway links allow goods to be transported efficiently and quickly between it and the Cocoa Works in York. By summer 1958 all fruit gum, pastille and jelly production has been transferred to Fawdon.
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Join us for the online launch of our new project: 'Bringing the Rowntree Post-War Leisure Interviews to Life'.
What:📽️Preview screening + Q&A with the project director, archivist & social historian
When:🗓️Monday 27th Sept, 6-7pm