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Top spots for tea in Aysgarth – with the Tour de France too

Don’t make my mistake and drive right through Aysgarth village on your way from Leyburn to Hawes in the Yorkshire Dales. At least, that’s what I always used to do before I embarked on this FancyaCuppa? tour of North Yorkshire. This place … 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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Not wowed by Winchester, but we found great coffee and tea

Funny to think people didn’t even know what coffee and tea was when Winchester was capital of England, some 900 years ago. The place is full of bistros, coffee shops and cafés these days. Winchester doesn’t always get a good … Continue reading

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