Category Archives: Eastern England

Norwich: Cobbles and coffee, two sorts of tea room, cakes & cathedrals

There should be a pilgrimage to Norwich for coffee lovers and tea enthusiasts. We managed four venues, but neglected as many which are possibly just as good. Another place we’ll just have to come back to one day soon. We … Continue reading

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The coffee is Really Rather Good in Bury St Edmunds & the tea is almost Edwardian

I’d been to Bury before briefly, but don’t remember having such good coffee and tea. I’m also amazed that we managed to visit the town, even for a few hours only, and not discovered the enormous grounds of the old … Continue reading

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Connecting the Coptic Cathedral, cake and coffee in Stevenage

If I ran a tea room in Stevenage, I’d have to call it “Only Connect”, or maybe “Rainbow Bridge”. But to my amazement, the only business in Stevenage Old Town that appeared to acknowledge EM Forster’s connection to the town … Continue reading

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