Manchester. It’s very similar place to where I grew up – Cornwall. There are lots of cafes and public transport. It rains 6 days a week and tourist flock to region 12 months of the year. Maybe this is why I’ve always felt at home in this city, or maybe it’s because I was a…

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After a little break from blogging to recover from stress and a terrible mini flu I’m back with a post about tea and brunch (of course). I couldn’t;t let a month go by without a new Cafe Hop post and after taking a few trips to Pot Kettle Black recently I knew it had to…

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It was hit and miss as to whether or not I’d get a Cafe Hop post in this month but of course my blogging friend Alice came to the rescue by inviting me out on a blogging/photography day. These days usually consist of us going to a few cafes… This month it’s all about Grindsmith…

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I’ve got a lot of plans for 2018, one of which is to really get stuck into blogging again. This also means revamping my Manchester cafe review series “The Cafe Hop” – which is also a seriously good excuse to spend a whole day stuffing my face with cake and tea. To kick things off…

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With the Manchester Christmas Markets coming to a close again for another year I wanted to talk more about why these events and markets are so important. If you’re looking for a run-down of the markets then check out my overview from last year. But this post is less about the amazing food on offer…

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