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What’s going on in Bristol? A modern tea room, an old coffee shop, something big in Small Street?

Bristol was full of unexpected delights. And I’m sure if I’d had even half a day more to look around, I’d have unearthed even more… I’d never been to Clifton before – what a beautiful part of the city! And … Continue reading

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Tea, coffee and cake by the cathedrals in Pompey – from Portuguese princesses to Portsmouth’s equivalent of Banksy

As someone with family ties to Southampton, it pains me to say so, but I really enjoyed my day trip to Portsmouth. And I didn’t even get to the areas most people flock to: the Naval Dockyard, or the Southsea … Continue reading

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Cardiff combining contemporary with olde worlde charm – coffee or tea, anyone?

Cardiff’s main Cathedral might be in a village on the outskirts of town, but at least it has a lovely old tea room opposite. In that sense, Jasper’s Tea Room in Llandaff was right up Fancy a Cuppa’s street. But … Continue reading

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