By Julie-Ann - 21st August 2015 6:08am
A lovely afternoon at JA's for the winner of the 'afternoon tea' that was donated to Hankelow Summer Fete by Karen and Keith Fell, and made by JA's.
Daphne Mounteney of Ball Farm, Hankelow and and her grand children Anna and Abigail are seen enjoying tea after cycling into the village for the afternoon — and treats taken home as well!
JA's in Cheshire Street, Audlem offers a range of afternoon teas, all bookable by appointment, with lots of delicious specials made just for tea. So why not treat yourself to an afternoon of deliciousness (pre booking required), and now with the added benefit of being able to enjoy a
glass of something fizzy to make it extra special.
JA's is now licensed and serving a selection of wines, Prosecco, beer and cider.
Tel: 01270 811488
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