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Top tips for tea in Doncaster before the first race

Doncaster didn’t have anything in the way of trendy coffee shops, but there were two rather nice tea rooms right in the centre of town. Now, being from the big city 40 miles or so to the east, I’d always … Continue reading

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Got to give it to Guisborough: Its best bits are hidden away

I didn’t think Guisborough had much going for it at first. The high street (called Westgate) has a few cafés, but none of them got my pulse racing. That was only managed by the coffee I tried in one those … Continue reading

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Some new kids on the block in Stokesley’s tea and coffee scene

I do like it when the Fancy a Cuppa? tour ends up being a conversation with other coffee and tea lovers rather than just a one-way reviewing process. And so it was with the visit to Stokesley in North Yorkshire … Continue reading

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