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London: Day 6

Our sixth and last day in London began with an early morning visit to St. Paul’s Cathedral. Unlike Westminster Abbey which is Gothic architecture, St. Paul’s Cathedral is built with Baroque architecture. 233 more words

England

'Tea and Tales' with Samantha Henthorn

In July we are hosting our first ‘Afternoon tea and tales’ session with local author Samantha Henthorn. This is a more relaxed approach to an author event that we hope will prove popular with new authors who are just dipping their toes in to sharing their work with the public. 94 more words

Bury Libraries

The delights of Nancy's Vintage Teashop, Newmarket, Suffolk: June 2017

Last week my daughter and I enjoyed a delightful Afternoon Tea at Nancy’s Vintage Teashop in Newmarket. It had been recommended to me by two people recently so I was keen to try this local independent teashop for myself and I’m pleased to say it didn’t disappoint. 408 more words

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Chocolate & Banana Cakes

These chocolate and banana individual cakes are perfect for afternoon tea or when visitors are around. As a kid I always remember my mum making chocolate and banana loaf, so this is my take on her recipe! 121 more words

Afternoon tea for two with Miranda Dickinson and Cathy Bramley + book goody bag

ITEM: Afternoon tea for two at Patisserie Valerie, Selfridges, Birmingham with Miranda Dickinson and Cathy Bramley, plus book goody bag.

DETAILS: You and a guest can join best-selling romantic comedy authors, Miranda Dickinson and Cathy Bramley, at Patisserie Valerie in Selfridges, Birmingham to talk all things bookish over a delicious afternoon tea. 113 more words

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Oatmeal Cookies

by Heather Harris Brady

This cookie is not a cookie that has oatmeal, it is an oatmeal cookie where the oatmeal is primary, thick and chewy. 265 more words

Baking

S​i​gned copy of KILLING HAPLESS ALLY and tea with Anna Vaught

ITEM: A s​i​gned copy of Killing Hapless Ally by Anna Vaught.​ If you can get to the Bath area, I will take you out for tea and spoil you. 121 more words

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