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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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Having faith in Dromore: coffee, cathedral and communi-tea

I didn’t expect to come away from a small town like Dromore feeling so inspired. But there’s a very special feel to the place and we came across some fascinating folk in our search for coffee, tea and cake near … Continue reading

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Good coffee in Worcester, but where’s the Royalist tea room here?

We found great places for a coffee in Worcester, but surely in a town so full of references to Charles II there would be room for a traditional tea room in memory of the King who brought tea to the English … Continue reading

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