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Been nice to get to know you, Knaresborough

Considering how many years I’ve lived in Yorkshire, it’s incredible that I’d never really been to Knaresborough before I visited recently as part of the Fancy a Cuppa? North Yorkshire tour. Knaresborough’s problem has always been that it is so … 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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Spoilt for choice of coffee and tea in Ayr, but a locked cathedral??

You can tell Robbie Burns is instantly recognisable in Ayr even today because the statue of him in the centre of town doesn’t even bear his name (at least we think it was his statue because there was a wreath … Continue reading

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