Sweet-toothed people are being offered a unique opportunity to win a giant Toffee Crisp – 50 years after the first bar was manufactured.

York’s Chocolate Story, on King’s Square, has produced the 10kg bar which is more than 200 times the weight of a regular Toffee Crisp, and will be raffled in aid of Action For Children.

Toffee Crisp has been made in Yorkshire by Nestlé since 1963, quickly becoming one of the nation’s favourite chocolate bars.

Stephen Spencer, general manager of York’s Chocolate Story, said: “Toffee Crisp is one of the great many British confectionary brands to come out of Yorkshire that have really stood the test of time.”

Visitors will also be encouraged to get hands-on by making their own Toffee Crisp-inspired bars and tasting those made by the resident chocolatiers.

Raffle tickets can be bought at the attraction, or by visiting