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Malton’s a marvellous place for coffee, tea and cake

As a child, I must have driven through Malton a hundred times, but we never stopped for coffee or tea. I don’t know what it was like in those days, but with Malton promoting itself as North Yorkshire’s Food Capital, … Continue reading

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Parking, a palace and the Penny Bank Café in Kirkbymoorside

Even in a small market town like Kirkbymoorside, not only can you get a good cuppa, but there are wonderfully quirky bits of history which make this Fancy a Cuppa? tour of North Yorkshire so enjoyable. Did you realise, for … Continue reading

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Being in Bedale means more than just good coffee, tea and cake

Funnily enough, all my previous visits to Bedale had involved bread. You see, this market town just a short hop from where we live in North Yorkshire hit national headlines a few years ago when its community bakery became the … Continue reading

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