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Malton’s a marvellous place for coffee, tea and cake

As a child, I must have driven through Malton a hundred times, but we never stopped for coffee or tea. I don’t know what it was like in those days, but with Malton promoting itself as North Yorkshire’s Food Capital, … Continue reading

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New kids on the block for coffee in Hawes but a trusty favourite for tea

I’d always struggled with Hawes. It’s not very far from us up at the top of Wensleydale and when you first arrive, its winding, cobbled streets seem charming and attractive. But it sells itself as the ‘Heart of the Yorkshire Dales’ … Continue reading

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Tea in Feizor – connecting with Yorkshire’s pre-Roman past

I’d never even heard of Feizor until I received a Tweet this summer from an American historian who posted a picture of what looked at first like a ruined castle wall in North Yorkshire. Now, a proud Yorkshireman like me … Continue reading

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