Tilly the Travelling Tearoom

06 Aug, 13 Aug, 20 Aug, 27 Aug, 10 Sep, 17 Sep, 24 Sep, 08 Oct, 15 Oct, 22 Oct 201711.00am - 5.00pm
Wandlebury Country ParkFamily

We are delighted that Tilly the Travelling Tearoom is back at Wandlebury for most Sundays during the summer and early autumn.

Visitors to Wandlebury Country Park will have an opportunity to purchase hot and cold drinks and a variety of delicious homemade cakes and cookies from Tilly the Travelling Tearoom.

Tilly is a lovingly refurbished, genuine 1960’s Mini Glen caravan, bringing tea to us in vintage style. A perfect way to end a walk round CambridgePPF’s beautiful country park. Whatever the weather Tilly will welcome you with cover and protection from sun or rain. Owned by Carol Corfield, who provides a variety of treats, all home made by Carol.

Carol says “I am very excited to be back in the beautiful surroundings of Wandlebury, I can’t wait to tempt all the hungry walkers with my lovely homemade cakes again this summer.”

Happy customers at Wandlebury last summer commented:

“We love the friendliness, the unusual retro style, and the cakes!”

It’s perfect!

“Good quality, price is good too.”

Come and see for yourself and say hello to Carol and Tilly, situated in the middle of the Park, close to the Tadlow Granary.

Tilly's teascroppedTadlow

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