Discover the history behind our taste for tea at Valentines Mansion talk
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Have you ever wondered where our taste for tea comes from?
Horticultural historian Russell Bower will be revealing the history of the nation’s favourite drink in a talk to the Ilford and District Diabetic Club on October 1.
Visitors to the talk in Ilford can enjoy a cuppa themselves at the event.
The talk will be in Valentines Mansion, Emerson Road, where past residents were known to be partial to taking high tea.
Entry for non-members is £2 including refreshments, talk starts at 7.45pm.
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The Ilford and District Diabetic Club holds talks and events for diabetes sufferers and their families.
For information, call Joan on 07985 277449 or visit www.ilford-and-district.diabetesukgroup.org.
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