FANS of children's book Charlie And The Chocolate Factory will enjoy a new competition run by the Kirkwood Hospice.
The Roald Dahl children's classic tells of a poor boy, Charlie, who wins a dream trip to Willy Wonka's chocolate factory after finding a golden ticket in a chocolate bar.
The hospice, at Dalton, will re-create the golden ticket competition for its annual gala day on September 5.
For £1, children will be able to buy a
Kirkwood Wonka Bar. Five of the chocolate bars, donated by Nestle, will have a golden ticket under their wrappers.
Children who find one will win a stack of Nestle sweets and chocolatesn.
There will also be children's entertainment, a football tournament, hook-a- duck, golf games and music from Sellers International Youth Band.
The event is sponsored by chemical firm Syngenta and The Myers Group, formerly known as Readymix.