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Good cake and coffee in St Asaph, I presume?

I don’t know how much coffee Stanley got to drink when he lived in St Asaph’s workhouse as a boy…More likely gruel and water probably.  But now he’d have the joy of coffee, cake and more at Jacob’s Ladder Coffee … Continue reading

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What if Byron had tasted Bramley Apples in Southwell’s coffee shops and tea rooms?

Southwell being the home of the first ever Bramley apple 200 years ago, we were determined to have apple pie or apple cake with our coffee and tea today. And we managed it! If I ran a coffee shop or … Continue reading

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