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Canterbury: Tales of great tea and coffee near England’s Cathedral HQ

Canterbury does its best to mix the ancient and the contemporary – and it’s no different with its coffee shops and tea rooms. The two coffee shops we found both opened in the last 12 months, but with different coffee … Continue reading

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From Henry VIII to Steve Davis via 1,000 bombs in the war. Amazing you can get a good cuppa in Brentwood

If it’s coffee or tea near a cathedral you’re after, Brentwood is actually not a bad place to try… You’d better be Catholic if you’re wanting to attend a Mass, but otherwise stick your head round the door and see … Continue reading

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Cathedral and coffee in Lisburn: rocking forward, sipping back

I love the way Lisburn is holding onto its past but looking forward too. I know that sounds like a real cliché, but here’s why. Let’s take their coffee scene first: There’s the wonderful Shannon’s Jewellers Coffee Dock. An 87 … Continue reading

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