Sunday Supplement: RNA York Tea

Elaine and Francesca headed up country to York yesterday, to partake of the Romantic Novelists’ Association afternoon tea. Here are just a few photos of their day.

The morning began with tea at Betty's

The morning began with tea at the wonderful Betty’s – where else?

 

We met up with Carol Wareham, Natalie Kleinman and Elaine Everest. Look at the queue outside!

 

A visit to the Shambles was a must.

A visit to the Shambles was a must.

 

The smallest road in the country - what a great name!

The shortest road in York with the biggest name – sounds like it’s straight out of an erotic novel, or a Carry On film!

 

Entrance to the Guild Hall, where the tea was held.

Entrance to the Guild Hall, where the tea was held. The original 15th structure was a partly rebuilt after significant damage in World War II.

 

Inside the Guildhall all laid up and ready.

Inside the Guildhall all laid up and ready.

 

Stain glass window in the Guildhall chronicling the history of York.

Stain glass window in the Guildhall chronicling the history of York.

 

So elegant.

Such elegance.

 

Making new friends.

Making new friends.

 

Milly Johnson's talk was wonderful. What a funny lady she is.

Milly Johnson’s talk was wonderful. What a funny lady she is.

 

A big thank you to Lynda Stacey and Jane Lovering for organising this great occasion. 

 

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10 thoughts on “Sunday Supplement: RNA York Tea

  1. Lovely pictures of a lovely city. My daughter went to university there, and I have very good friends who live near the city. I’ve been visiting for over thirty years.

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