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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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They need a new Lady Godiva in Coventry to make the case for better coffee and tea in the city

Coventry wasn’t helped by the Luftwaffe’s 11 hour bombing raid in 1940, or by the ‘modern’ trends in urban development, when the city was rebuilt after the war and the 1970s planners who basically made it into a network of … Continue reading

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