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From Henry VIII to Steve Davis via 1,000 bombs in the war. Amazing you can get a good cuppa in Brentwood

If it’s coffee or tea near a cathedral you’re after, Brentwood is actually not a bad place to try… You’d better be Catholic if you’re wanting to attend a Mass, but otherwise stick your head round the door and see … Continue reading

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Dunblane – buzzing on Andy Murray and coffee

Dunblane was still buzzing from the visit of Andy Murray the day before we came to town. It was definitely a morning-after-the-day-before with everyone talking about how he signed hundreds of autographs during his home-coming victory parade to mark those … Continue reading

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The coffee is Really Rather Good in Bury St Edmunds & the tea is almost Edwardian

I’d been to Bury before briefly, but don’t remember having such good coffee and tea. I’m also amazed that we managed to visit the town, even for a few hours only, and not discovered the enormous grounds of the old … Continue reading

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