See inside a new Harry Potter inspired afternoon tea in Norwich - and its showstopper cake
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A pocket of magic - and sweet treats - has opened at a Norwich city centre venue.
The Assembly House launched its School of Magic Afternoon Tea on Friday, tempting wizards-in-waiting both young and old.
Complete with chocolate wands, choosing hat cakes, butter beer freakshakes and house colour decorations, the tea has been inspired by the world of Harry Potter, and created by chef Mark Mitson.
And former Great British Bake Off contestant Kate Barmby has even created a showstopper cake to wow diners.
The sweet sculpture is a replica of the grand table, showing the Keeper of the Keys baking a cake for someone very special.
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Mrs Barmby, from south Norfolk, is a tutor at The Richard Hughes Cookery School, which is at the venue.
The Assembly House is well-known for its afternoon teas, and last year had a rainbow unicorn theme, which saw more than 3,000 people come through its doors.
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