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One lady came all the way from Cornwall for the day for a Prince of Cambridge scone with jam and cream to take away and eat on the West Sands, where Chariots of Fire was filmed.
ORGANIC BRAN SCONES Makes 8 scones white Ingredients: 460g organic flour 60g organic bran 30g raw cane sugar 10g bicarb soda pinch of salt butter 90g softened 250g natural yoghurt 150g water
Its traditional offering comprises a selection of delicate finger sandwiches, delectable fruit scones served with strawberry preserve and clotted cream, a variety of cream cakes, tea loaf and a pot of finest Twining's tea.
The scones are free but there will be a donation box available if anyone would like to make a contribution to the hospice.
What tickled our tastebuds: They're generous with the jam and clotted cream, so you can really slather them on those delicious scones.
These sweet and tasty scones are really delicious eaten hot from the oven.
These sweet and delicious scones are delicious eaten hot from the oven.
Post Box owner Alex Kinsey said: "Before we opened Post Box we knew that scones were a very important part of our offering that we had to get right.
There may not be any jokes at the Post Box cafe in Ponteland, but there will be lots to celebrate everything the North East loves about scones.
Established nearly 80 years ago the family-owned The Village Bakery, has three sites in North East Wales, including a recently-opened craft bakery in Wrexham producing scones and morning goods.
According to The Scotsman, the ancient mound was once the site of the "lost" abbey of Scone, founded in 1114 by Alexander I, where Scottish kings are believed to have assumed the mantle of power on the Stone of Destiny.
The new Scone Mix creates temptingly sweet or flavour-some savoury scones for a filling midday snack.