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Here's to a sunny August Bank Holiday weekend......

....and here at Hoc's Fat Pigeon we are getting ready for a Tea Festival, suggested by a very good customer of ours, over the August Bank Holiday.  

You will see on Audlem OnLine references to a Beer Festival occurring at the same time.  

Ours, may not be such a grand affair, but we will have a range of teas to try out, from Oolong to Green Jasmin, from Clipper, Hampstead, QI, Heath & Heather, Pukka and Dr Stuarts to name a few brands, with a bit of cake from Finky's to try and live music and such.  

Pop in and enjoy the fun Sunday or Monday from 11.30am until around 3:00pm.

 

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