The G & Tea Tale
With years of busy city life and a career working in Primary Education, our family decided to move to Worcester for a change in lifestyle. The hidden gems of the countryside, the cobbled streets of the shambles and the welcoming atmosphere of the community has been our home for just over two years now.
As mother in a family of six, I’m always in the kitchen! My husband Gary has often joked that we will soon need an extension for all of the cupcake cases, muffin tins and other baking bits and bobs I have collected. As much as I had adored working as a teaching assistant, and as many wonderful memories as I have to treasure, I knew it was time to inspire my creative flare and pursue my real passion; baking!
Once settled in our new home, I had invited some of my teacher friends over for afternoon tea. My youngest daughter and I had baked all morning, preparing cakes and sandwiches for an afternoon that was filled with laughter, reminiscence and lots of catching up.
In a trip to Worcester to do a spot of shopping, we stumbled across the vintage tearooms and fell in love; I knew it was exactly where I wanted to be. Chrissy and Therese had built such a beautiful place for friends to meet and chat – oh, and enjoy lots of sweet treats! We worked together as they passed the business onto us to ensure that all of the unique and wonderful details of the tearooms remained, preserving the true sparkle of G&Tea.
We hope to see you all very soon for a spot of tea and cake xx