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What if Byron had tasted Bramley Apples in Southwell’s coffee shops and tea rooms?

Southwell being the home of the first ever Bramley apple 200 years ago, we were determined to have apple pie or apple cake with our coffee and tea today. And we managed it! If I ran a coffee shop or … Continue reading

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The curse of Carlisle? Not on its tea rooms and coffee shops, or its cathedral

With a big McVitie’s factory on the edge of the city centre, I was kind of surprised that nobody was selling digestive biscuits to have with coffee or tea in Carlisle. It might be a nice gimmick, but I guess … Continue reading

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Red roses on Valentine’s Day to the great coffee shops and tea rooms in Lancaster

What a fascinating place Lancaster is.  Lots of history lessons for both of us and some really contrasting coffee and tea experiences through the day. It’s what makes writing Fancy a Cuppa? worthwhile… We began our day, as usual, with … Continue reading

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