Wednesday, 29 July 2009

Great British Afternoon Tea

So, i thought i would write two posts today as i have been neglecting this blog lately. I’ve been so busy over the last few weeks setting up the crockery hire company ( i haven’t had chance to sit down and type. Husband and i also decided to go away to Stamford in the vintage caravan. I’m sure you’ll forgive me!

Where do i start? The website has now been live for a couple of weeks and i have already had several enquiries which I’m ecstatic about! I’m so pleased with the response i’ve had, I couldn’t have asked for more. It’s great knowing there are so many other people out there that have a love for afternoon tea! And of course pretty crockery. So Thank You!

I could sit and dream about afternoon tea for hours. A dream of mine would be to run a little tea shop... think gorgeous embroidered vintage tablecloths, vintage crockery, mis-matched chairs and furniture, chintzy cake stands and me running around in a 50’s style dress serving up tea and scones. Ahh bliss! Maybe one day... until then i can keep visiting lovely quaint tea shops in the Cotswolds!

Coming next... the grand reveal of the vintage caravan!

Laura x


  1. I got a taste for Cream Teas when we went on hols to cornwall recently...SOO Naughty but CLOTTED CREAM>>>>YUMM!!!!
    Congrats on the success so far on your fab website!! Can't wait to see pics of the caravan!!

  2. I'm from Northamptonshire too,It's lovely to know there are more like minded bloggers in the county!!
    Lovely blog!!I don't like tea itself, but love the idea of vintage tea time & vintage themed weddings!!!
    This caravan sound interesting!! You are welcome to visit Clover Cottage at any time!!

    Sharon xx