Chocolate sculptures made by York College tutors and students will come under the hammer today at a Halloween-themed charity auction. The work, which was made from slabs of chocolate provided by Nestle, will be auctioned in aid of Marie Curie Cancer Care. Dominic Hopkinson, a tutor, said: "The chocolate, although physically easier to work, had its own idiosyncracies, not least the fact that it smelt delicious."
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