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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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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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Tea on Bangor Pier & Coffee on Bangor High Street

It’s only a small place, Bangor, but it has perfect entries for Fancy a Cuppa’s next volume: tea looking out over the Menai Strait and coffee in one of those places that just make you feel good all over. Scratch the … Continue reading

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