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The Vintage Pantry

The Vintage Pantry is a beautiful cafe in the middle of nowhere.
Beautiful country drive through Pitt town but not too far from civilisation, it offers the cutest high tea experience for only $40.
This place may be located in an isolated area but boy was it busy!
It is seriously worth the 20 min drive to visit the cutest decor, friendly and happy staff and quality food and drinks.
When we walked in you could tell it had a great vibe, not just for customers but staff too. They were genuinely happy to be there on a Sunday and even though both the indoor and outdoor were completely full they didn’t seem stressed as the Vintage pantry actually caters enough staff to demand. Such a different scene to all the other cheap employers.
Anyway, with happy staff breeds happy environment for customers so you feel welcomed, such a breath of fresh air!
The stand outs of the three tier stand had to be their hot food of quiches and spinach and ricotta rolls!
The scones were literally falling apart they were that soft. And I liked how they used icing sugar to sprinkle on top rather than flour.
Desserts were all quality and we pretty much ate everything on the stand. Thats saying something as most of the time something is left behind because of how gross it was.
Tea selection is average but more than my recent visit to The Hydro Majestic and the tea actually tasted very nice!
Overall great experience with decent price, The Vintage Pantry has become close to number one on my list of high teas actually worth visiting!

Bruce (@rabbruad1) wrote: 

‘The company advertised the need for someone who could leer. Ellenya volunteered. She is, after all, highly skilled at both leering and volunteering.’

It all started at the weir, where I was a sightseer on the upper tier. I was standing here, thinking of buccaneers, and musketeers when I happened to overhear a puppeteer named Shakespeare mention he’d like a volunteer to leer. It seemed quite clear to eye and ear that I should offer to be that volunteer, so now I leer beside the weir as others cheer the puppeteer.


The development of the Old Trafford

Old Trafford, nicknamed the Theatre of Dreams by Bobby Charlton,has been United’s home ground since 1910, although from 1941 to 1949, as a result of bomb damage during the Second World War, the club shared Maine Road with local rivals Manchester City. Old Trafford underwent several expansions in the 1990s and 2000s, including the addition of extra tiers to the North, West and East Stands, which served to return the ground almost to its original capacity of 80,000. Future expansion is likely to involve the addition of a second tier to the South Stand, which would raise the capacity to over 90,000. The stadium’s record attendance was recorded in 1939, when 76,962 spectators watched the FA Cup semi-final between Wolverhampton Wanderers and Grimsby Town.

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Official : Denis Suárez joins FC Barcelona

FC Barcelona have decided to exercise the buy back clause for the player Denis Suárez, currently at Villarreal CF, which will see the player join the Club for the next four seasons with an option for a fifth depending on the number of appearances in the fourth season. FC Barcelona have deposited 3,250,000 euros for the right to buy back the player.

The buy out clause for the players has been set at 50 million Euros.

Denis Suárez will undergo a medical on Tuesday and at 2.00pm CET he will be outside the Club offices for a short photo session.

The signing of the contract and the official presentation of the footballer as a new FC Barcelona player is programmed for Wednesday:

-At 11.00am, signing of the contract in the first tier of the stand at Camp Nou.

-At 11.30am, presentation in the Ricard Maxenchs press room.

-At 1.00pm, photo session on the field at Camp Nou. The general public can access the stadium for the photo session between 12.30pm and 1.30pm