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Top notch tea in Stoke, but no sign of good coffee in the Potteries?

The Fancy a Cuppa? tour of cathedral towns and cities took us to most of the UK’s biggest cities, but a dozen or so of the UK’s biggest 50 cities don’t have cathedrals, so were missed on our Cathedrals, Coffee & Tea … Continue reading

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Let’s hear it for Luby’s – a tea room in Cross Hills

There’s a wonderful tea room called Luby’s, in a place called Cross Hills, that just made it into our Fancy a Cuppa? tour of North Yorkshire. I say ‘just’, because I’d never actually heard of Cross Hills until a friendly lady from … 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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