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A bit of media interest in Fancy a Cuppa? – The Guardian & Countryfile

Fancy a Cuppa? was delighted to feature in an article on The Guardian’s website recently. Although one part of the Cuppa team is from about as far South as you can be (Adelaide, Australia), this team member is a proud … Continue reading

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From Kardomah Gang to contemporary coffee shops & surfing centres – Swansea has it all!

I thought at first that the ‘Kardomah Gang’ was Swansea’s equivalent to the Ma Baker and Al Capone stories we’d heard about on our American coffee and tea tour. After all, I’m sure in the 1930s and 40s, Swansea must … Continue reading

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Doing the Rhubarb Walk, after coffee in Wakefield

We missed Wakefield’s annual Rhubarb Festival by just a few days, but that didn’t stop us finding great places for coffee and tea or discovering that the man who wrote ‘The Lambeth Walk’ used to sing in the cathedral choir … Continue reading

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