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Top tips for Cheltenham? A classic coffee and a lovely lido

I had been chomping at the bit to go to Cheltenham, ever since I learnt that the town has one of the last remaining great 1930s lidos in the UK. I took the plunge last week, but would I find … Continue reading

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To Tooting for a cuppa by the lido

A one-off weekend in London gave us the chance to try Tooting. A quick foray down south on our tour of UK lidos, looking for the best in coffee and tea nearby. The trains don’t really toot anymore like they … 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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