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Exbury Tea Festival

An event in July in Hampshire
Exbury Gardens & Steam Railway
Southampton
Hampshire
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Event timing: Late July
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Exbury's Tea Festival promises a celebration of the nation's favourite drink, with half-price admission for everyone on both days of the Festival!

Children are invited to bring a favourite bear to our Tea Party, and dress as a favourite Alice in Wonderland character for our fancy dress parade.

Follow our Tea Trail to discover many different plants that can be used to prepare a cup of tea - not many people realise, but much of the world's tea productions comes from Camellia sinensis, many examples of which can be found at Exbury.

With stallholders, talks, tastings and demonstrations - at the Exbury Tea Festival there's everything you can think of connected with tea!

This event is being staged as part of the Hampshire Food Festival: http://www.hampshirefare.co.uk/food-festival.asp

Telephone: 02380 891 203
Contact name: Nigel Philpott
email: nigel.philpott@exbury.co.uk

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