Having spent 10 hours serving delicious teapigs brews to the Cheese and Cider festival attendees, there was enough time for 6 hours sleep before rising (with cheese hangovers) to head East for the Green Scythe Fair – episode 3 in the Real Tea Tour.
Setting up at 10am there was a unique vibe with the tranquillity only briefly being interrupted by the sound of blacksmiths or stall holders pitching marquees.Read More
The second leg of the teapigs real tea tour took place at Quantock View, a picturesque location on the edge of the Quantock Hills.
The Quantock View’s converted barn, marquees and beautiful grounds made it a pleasure to be working! We were slighly unfortunate with the weather but this didn’t effect the atmosphere at all!Read More
The first leg of the teapigs real tour had us heading to Lynmouth on the Devon coast for the annual LLAMA Music Festival.
Having both attended the event on previous occasions (as music fans) we were pleased to be attending the festival with Cedric and a plethora of delicious whole leaf teapigs teas.Read More
Having lived in Staplegrove for the past 18 months we were pleased to be invited along to take part in the local community Jubilee celebrations.
The treasure hunt kicked off at 2.30pm from Hudson Way and ended at the Staplegrove Village Hall. There was a great turnout with several in fancy dress and many opting to cycle.Read More
What better way to kick-start the Jubilee Weekend than a Classic Car show at the Bishops Hull Manor?
A midday start gave us plenty of time to give Cedric a wash and polish before setting up. We were ready with our delicious tea and snacks as the various classic cars started to arrive.Read More