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Our take on tea in Tadcaster – coffee and cake, too!

Catherine of Braganza would surely have been packed off back to Portugal if she’d arrived in Tadcaster and demanded tea rather than beer. Mind you, we managed OK – there’s a great little tea room and a nice place for … Continue reading

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At least tea and coffee in Boroughbridge is better than in Stonehenge

It’s funny to think of Boroughbridge as a ‘new town’, but when you realise that the village of Aldborough, a mile away, was a major Roman settlement, you begin to see why the town’s original name was ‘New Borough by … Continue reading

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