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Newens The Original Maids of Honour

Type:British

288 Kew Road, RICHMOND, Surrey, TW9 3DU

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We’ve been keeping traditional baking skills alive for over 120 years. And our history dates back even further – to Tudor times and the dainty little tarts we are named after.

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  • Serve afternoon tea

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Season (1 Jan 2019 - 31 Dec 2019)

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