MAKE SOME MONEY FROM YOUR FURNITURE AND HOMEWARE…

Did you purchase that piece of furniture on an impulse or at a car boot sale and wish you hadn’t? or that piece of homeware you were sure you would use but haven’t? Well, have no fear because there is an app for that.

The new marketplace Narchie selling app they dub the ‘Depop for homeware’, lets you sell your unwanted furniture and homeware from your phone – perfect if you are on a decluttering campaign or looking to make a bit of money then this is the app to use.

Narchie also provides a creative place for decor enthusiasts to find items that will make their homes beautiful while providing a secure platform for sellers.

You never know that bargain item you bought on Ebay may sell for a lot more now.

Narchie App Preview

THE WORLD’S HEALTHIEST AFTERNOON TEA WEEK 17th-24th MAY 2021…

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The World’s Healthiest Afternoon Tea Week takes place between 17th-24th May 21 and is fundraising for holiday food provision for children living in poverty and from low-income backgrounds.

The Caroline Walker Trust is raising funds for activities which improve the quality of holiday and after school food provision for children living in poverty and low-income families.  The Trust is also acutely aware that due to the recent closures of schools and the ongoing uncertainty of the Covid-19 situation, more children will be in need of adequate nutritious food during extended breaks.

Host your own healthy afternoon tea with family, friends and colleagues, at your work, local school, community centre, place of worship, park, club or café, to support activities that provide healthier food options for children during the holidays, extended breaks and after school.

There are over four million children in the UK who already live below the breadline that…

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TEN TEA PAIRINGS WITH FOOD…

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Ten tea pairings with food for you to enjoy…

Earl Grey Tea

Have Earl Grey with fine pate or ham and mustard sandwich’s or crème Brule or Leicester cheese, to enhance the flavour of the tea and/or food.

Fruit Teas

These make fantastic pairings with Brie. Sweet, citrus flavour’s bite through the buttery cheese, producing a wonderful and unique taste sensation.

Oolong Teas

They range in character between green and black teas, many can be paired with food along the same lines as their green or black counterparts. For instance, greener oolongs tend to go well with scallops, lobster and other sweet rich foods, while darker oolongs compliment somewhat stronger-flavoured foods such as duck and grilled meal.

Kenya Tea

Have this with beef and horseradish or ham sandwiches or chocolate cake or Austrian smoked cheese.

Ceylon Tea –

Try this with cucumber or tomato sandwiches or…

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SIXTEEN REASONS TO LOOK OVER APRIL POSTS ON AFTERNOON TEA4TWO…

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They say that ‘getting your readers interested in the first paragraph’ is the key to getting your reader keen and wanting more. So, I hope you enjoyed some of my posts over April which included Easter Eggs, chocolate of course. Lots on tea and tea facts, some lovely quotes and more on my favourite food ‘chocolate’.

1, Chocolate Eggs for Easter – need I say more 🙂

2. A Lovely Coffee Quote – I am really into quotes at the moment there are so many beautiful ones to choose from.

3. Guess How Many Different Teas there are in the World – this will surprise you.

4. Ten Uses for Coffee Other Than for Drinking – another one that will make you think.

5. A re-blog from another site on Some Common Baking Mistakes – some great tips on this post.

6. 6 Fascinating Facts About Tea You have never…

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