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Baby Cakes & Afternoon Tea at the Pudding Pantry

On a bright September day, 18 lovely ladies piled into the Pudding Pantry to give into temptation, indulge and celebrate the forthcoming and hotly anticipated arrival of our friend’s baby boy. An afternoon tea of epic proportions was promised and it most certainly did not disappoint! The team at the pantry dressed our table with

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Oaks Restaurant – review

Not afraid of a rainy Monday afternoon we decided to have lunch at the new Oaks Restaurant located in Nottingham’s city centre. Oaks serves locally-produced sausages and meats cooked over wood embers. The restaurant also offers locally brewed craft ales on tap, as well as carafes of wine and a pared down cocktail list. Here is

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Afternoon delights at Thea Caffea

Tucked away down a narrow alley in the heart of the city, you’ll find a secret courtyard home to a very special cafe: Thea Caffea. With its chessboard tiling, lemon yellow walls, chandelier and fresh flowers, it offers a stylish sanctuary away from the busy shopping streets which surround it, making it ideal for a

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Time for tea

Whether the sun is shining or the skies are grey, whether you’re taking things slow or rushing through the day, there is always time for tea. In Nottingham, we’re spoilt for choice when it comes to a cuppa, especially thanks to Lee Rosy’s on Broad Street in Hockley, which offers more than 100 varieties of

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Cultural foodie experience at New Art Exchange

If you love to sample the variations in culture and learn more about nations through the medium of art, then the New Art Exchange must be towards the top of your to-do list. The gallery, located opposite the Forest Recreation Ground on Gregory Boulevard, is home to exhibitions and events that celebrate culture in its

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