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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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It’s an uphill climb to get good tea and coffee in Armagh

Yet another inspiring story attached to the tea room we found in Armagh. Armagh is Ireland’s Cathedral HQ. It has two cathedrals, and they’re both called St Patrick’s! The Catholic one has the best views over town, but the Church … Continue reading

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Strategically-placed for good coffee, tea, cake & whisky in Oban

Is it a coincidence that the best places for coffee and tea in Oban snuggle up close by the local whisky distillery? Or are they just canny business folk who know where most people are going to hang out? This … Continue reading

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