Tea for the British – With a Little Twist of Suffolk
Growing, exporting, handling and distributing tea was a large industry in the 18th and 19th centuries when it became our national drink. Before then prohibitive tax (120%) meant only the rich could enjoy it, hence the prevalence of locking tea caddies.
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Tickets Members £2.00
Non Members £4.00