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Coffee, cake and a swim in the Centre of Britain – that’s Haltwhistle

The Fancy a Cuppa? tour of UK lidos is taking us to towns and villages we probably wouldn’t get to otherwise – and when it comes to places like Haltwhistle in Northumberland, they often have fantastic stories to tell. For … Continue reading

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Romans for roads; Italians for coffee; but tea is very English in Chichester

There’s a certain simplicity to central Chichester: chances are you’re in North Street; South Street; East Street; or West Street. And if not, then one of those streets is just round the corner, and you immediately know which direction you’re … Continue reading

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