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Just film your teatime on your phone and upload it at mccainteatime.
My mum was a nurse and wasn't always around at teatime so I love the fact I can be there every evening for our children.
Gail, 46, Bristol Star in the nation's teatime and be on national TV tonight
Here TV presenter and single dad Jeff Brazier talks about why he finds teatime so important.
Kitwave managing director, Paul Young, said: "I have known the Teatime Tasties owners and their business for many years.
The hotel is offering an afternoon fundraising teatime at its Cafe Promenade, to collect baby gear, clothing and other items for needy families with young children, in partnership with BabyLove DC, a charity to help needy families in the Washington DC metropolitan area.
The products would provide mums with easy full meals for kids as they went back to school, and raise the profile of frozen food at teatime, said marketing manager Russell Larrett.
It was around teatime, the sky was clear, and they lingered in the sky for an hour or so, like they were watching us," he added.
Celtic Teas with Friends: Teatime Traditions from Cornwall, Ireland, Scotland & Wales," written by Elizabeth Knight, is available through Benjamin Press.
Besides the traditional English tea (even the staff here is British), a small market sells myriad imported items, including jams, sauces and teatime paraphernalia.
Richard and Judy have quit their teatime show, it was announced yesterday.
A compact compendium of five hundred recipes for cookies drawn from all over the world, Philippa Vanstone's 500 Cookies is organized with separate chapters devoted to classic cookies, teatime cookies, cookies for kids, chocolate cookies, celebration cookies, wholesome healthy cookies, cookies for special diets, cookie bars, dessert cookies, and savory cookies & crackers.
Hadid's interest in reimagining the urban environment, her bold angularity and projective vision, may be indebted to the Suprematist program, but her silver coffee services make teatime far more revolutionary than Malevich's exquisite and very decorative porcelain set ever did.
RICHARD and Judy have been beaten in the ratings by new teatime rival Paul O'Grady.
This photo of teatime at the Eugene club was taken in 1946 or 1947.