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Coffee in Hexham before a day at the races

Hexham was not on our Cathedrals, Coffee & Tea Tour, because Hexham Abbey is not a cathedral, but there are two great reasons for a trip to Hexham in the Fancy a Cuppa? book: its art deco cinema and its beautiful racecourse. And … Continue reading

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Top notch tea in Stoke, but no sign of good coffee in the Potteries?

The Fancy a Cuppa? tour of cathedral towns and cities took us to most of the UK’s biggest cities, but a dozen or so of the UK’s biggest 50 cities don’t have cathedrals, so were missed on our Cathedrals, Coffee & Tea … Continue reading

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Tea and coffee in Salford – a tale of two cities

Salford is a real tale of two cities: the old one we all know from those Lowry prints when it was mills and smoke with bent-over workers; and the new media city, with its 21st century architecture and racy lifestyle. … Continue reading

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