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Tea at The Vicarage

 

This afternoon the Swaledale Museum Knitting Cafe took place at The Vicarage. They usually meet in the Museum building –  http://www.swaledalemuseum.org/ – but that is closed for building work over the winter, so they will be here each month until April.

It was a good excuse to get out my mother’s tea set. She gave it to me recently, and it is going to get lots of use for Vicarage teas. This set was around at home during my childhood, and always used on special occasions, and it is great to be able to use it at my home now. It is a 1950s/60s design, made by Paragon, with a design called ‘Rockingham Red’:

 

 

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