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Hornchurch Tea Shop celebrates first anniversary with buffet and music

PUBLISHED: 14:15 17 August 2018 | UPDATED: 14:16 17 August 2018

Liana's Tea Shop celebrated their 1st year anniversary with a visit from the Mayor of Havering along with Cllr John Mylod, Cllr Viddy Persaud & Nigel Bloor Chairman of Friends of Langtons. Picture: Nigel Bloor.

Liana's Tea Shop celebrated their 1st year anniversary with a visit from the Mayor of Havering along with Cllr John Mylod, Cllr Viddy Persaud & Nigel Bloor Chairman of Friends of Langtons. Picture: Nigel Bloor.

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A popular tea shop organised a special celebration for their first anniversary in Hornchurch.

Liana's Tea Shop celebrated their 1st year anniversary with a visit from the Mayor of Havering along with Cllr John Mylod, Cllr Viddy Persaud & Nigel Bloor Chairman of Friends of Langtons. Picture: John Thompson.Liana's Tea Shop celebrated their 1st year anniversary with a visit from the Mayor of Havering along with Cllr John Mylod, Cllr Viddy Persaud & Nigel Bloor Chairman of Friends of Langtons. Picture: John Thompson.

Liana’s Tea Shop in Langtons House, Billet Lane celebrated their 1st year anniversary with a visit from the mayor of Havering, Dilip Patel on Sunday, August 12.

Councillor John Mylod, Cllr Viddy Persaud and Nigel Bloor, chairman of Friends of Langtons also attended the event.

Jenny Thompson, owner of Liana’s told the Recorder: “It was really good. It’s been an extremely busy year, because we put on little events throughout the year too.”

Liana’s Tea Shop organised a buffet and drinks for customers and Lucy Blu a local singer from Romford entertained guests.

Speaking about what makes the tea shop special, Jenny said: “I think it’s because we try to take the time to get to know our customers.

“By talking to our customers we get to know them and then they come back all the time.”

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