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Back to school for coffee in Grosmont, but let the train drivers have their tea first

One of my favourite places in the North York Moors has to be Grosmont, especially now it has a really good coffee shop, along with the steam trains and station tea rooms we reviewed for the first ever Fancy a Cuppa? book … Continue reading

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Combining the ancient and the modern for coffee at Lordstones

It took a while to find the Lordstones, up on the north west edge of the North York Moors, especially with its postal address being Chop Gate (3 miles away). But it was well worth the search. Great coffee and … 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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