In celebration of Halloween, Cadbury Worlds chocolatiers have created a giant chocolate spider. And its enough to make your skin crawl.
The Arachnochoc took Dawn Jenks and Gail Deeley two days to create, and weighs twelve kilograms – which is the equivalent of 267 bars of standard Cadbury Dairy Milk.
Despite how much you love chocolate, it is anyone with a fear of spiders absolute worst nightmare.
The eight-legged chocolate creature sits on top of a chocolate rock and has incredible attention to detail. Enough to make your skin crawl.
It features thousands of individual hairs, which were hand-piped all over the spiders body, and purple food colouring applied to highlight the joints in its legs.
Its eyes have been decorated with a bright green edible glitter and the fangs are painted with silver.
This latest work of chocolate art follows a host of impressive creations from the team at Cadbury World.
Expert chocolatiers from the attraction recently created a miniature concert piano in celebration of the National Youth Orchestra of Great Britains performance at Symphony Hall in Birmingham and a chocolate recreation of Windsor Castle to commemorate the wedding of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex.
The spider comes ahead of the annual Halloween Spooktacular, where until 4 November, kids are encouraged to wear their best Halloween costumes for a daily fancy dress competition where judges will be handing out chocolate prizes to the scariest visitors of Cadbury World.
In the Cadbury World marquee, groups can enjoy live entertainment as Dermot OScary stars in The Scream Factor – a show where Frankie Frankenstein, Witchy Woo Woo and Wolfy the Wolfman compete for a Mystery Prize.
And of course, visitors can also eat as much chocolate as they want – though youll be surrounded by spooky characters as you do.
There will be a range of Halloween treats in The Worlds Biggest Cadbury Shop including exclusive handcrafted chocolate pumpkins as well as a selection of Halloween-themed cakes in the Cadbury Café.