Tommy Tea Tips – make sure you don’t FOLD under pressure!

An item from the organization formerly known as There But Not There.


RBLI’s Tommy Tea is happening this September, so it’s time to settle the debate once and for all…

We know Devon likes cream first & Cornwall prefers jam first, but what about everyone else? The nations dilemma!
The Queen of Baking (Mary Berry) opts both methods by applying jam first to one side, and clotted cream first to the other half!
TOMMY TEA TIPS
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We are currently building our Centenary Village to increase our welfare support to the UK’s most disadvantaged veterans. The Centenary Village will provide family accommodation, adapted apartments for veterans with disabilities and assisted living quarters. The community and education centre will discourage isolation and encourage education.
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