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Footfaller – a regular guest view from the street

The home bakers of Britain are revolting. Fed up with paying £2.50 for a pretty cupcake, which they know they could have made at home for a fraction of the price. Hello homemade, goodbye cafe-bought. Its daylight robbery on the high street, and manufacturers such as Renshaw are looking to address this by taking on the […]

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What can a classy cafe bring to a gritty part of town?

Sat outside in the sun this weekend nursing a cappuccino at the newly-opened Cafe Teria in my part of North London got me thinking about how the opening of a classy cafe/bar/bakery can impact on an area. Cupcakes: Bringing people to a rough area near you.  Needless to say, there are parties who have investigated this in an […]

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