Join us for a free cup of tea at the Norfolk Show

EDP tea tent at Royal Norfolk Show. Photo: Bill Smith

EDP tea tent at Royal Norfolk Show. Photo: Bill Smith - Credit: Bill Smith - Archant

Enjoy a free cuppa with us at the Royal Norfolk Show!

EDP tea tent at Royal Norfolk Show. Photo: Bill Smith

EDP tea tent at Royal Norfolk Show. Photo: Bill Smith - Credit: Bill Smith - Archant

Once again we're running the ever-popular Tea with the EDP on both days of the event, this year sponsored by Norfolk family-owned homeware and furnishings company Aldiss.

Here, at stand 211, Third Drive, Aldiss will be running a competition to win an Ercol armchair and one of 12 Denby Regency tea sets.

The EDP will be publishing vouchers for you to collect in the run-up to the show which can be exchanged for a complimentary cup of tea or coffee. Vouchers for a free drink will be in the EDP on Monday and Tuesday next week and also on both show days.

Thousands of visitors enjoy taking a break from walking around the showground to have a drink and catch up with friends.


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Cakes and scones will also be on sale in the Tea with the EDP area.

Maryrisa Chappell, one of the organisers, said: 'Every year we attract thousands of visitors who love the tea, coffee and cakes, and sitting out in the sunshine.

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'There is always a lovely atmosphere and it is a pleasure to be involved with this very special part of the Royal Norfolk Show.'

At all of the gates in to the showground, we will be selling goody bags – costing just £1 – which include a bottle of water, crisps a snack and a copy of the EDP.

Another treat at Tea with the EDP will be the chance to meet our two new piglets – Humbug and Toffee – who live at Wroxham Barns and will be in a pen on both days.

Sponsor Aldiss is the region's premier home furnishing superstore, with everything you need to furnish every room in the home, from floor to ceiling. Ranging from the traditional to the ultra-modern, Aldiss has something for everyone – and in every price range.

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