Accio cake! Great Yarmouth cafe to hold Harry Potter themed afternoon tea

An example of a Harry Potter cake for Mocha's Harry Potter afternoon tea. Photo supplied by Sam Osbo

An example of a Harry Potter cake for Mocha's Harry Potter afternoon tea. Photo supplied by Sam Osborne - Credit: Archant

A family run cafe in Great Yarmouth is set to bring the magic of Hogwarts to the town with their Harry Potter afternoon tea.

Tickets used for Mocha's previous Harry Potter events. Photo supplied by Sam Osborne

Tickets used for Mocha's previous Harry Potter events. Photo supplied by Sam Osborne - Credit: Archant

Mocha, located on Regent Street, will be hosting several spellbinding events to celebrate J.K Rowling's book series.

Over May 20-21, the cafe is putting on Harry Potter afternoon teas where guests are invited to enjoy a selection of sandwiches, scones with clotted cream and jam, as well as themed sweet treats such as chocolate frogs.

Additional drinks will be available including Butterbeer.

Harry Potter decorations for Mocha's HP inspired afternoon tea. Photo supplied by Sam Osborne

Harry Potter decorations for Mocha's HP inspired afternoon tea. Photo supplied by Sam Osborne - Credit: Archant

Owner Sam Osborne said: 'We've had huge success with Harry Potter quiz nights in the past so I wanted to continue exploring the theme.

'We host afternoon teas quite frequently but this one is taking it to a whole new level - we're decorating the entire premises, the staff will be dressed up and we have a themed drinks and cocktail menu and a few other surprises for guests to enjoy.'

She added: 'We're thoroughly looking forward to welcoming other Potterheads and hope we can give them an experience to remember.'

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Sittings will take place at 12pm, 3pm and 6pm from 20-21 May and places cost £15 per person, with a £10 deposit required.

• For more information visit facebook.com/MochaGY

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