Attention: you’ll be able to get free tea all around the UK today

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    Attention: you'll be able to get free tea all around the UK today
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    Pretty much nothing tastes better than something you haven’t had to pay for.

    So you’re in for a real treat, because today is Free Tea Day.

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    Commuters all over London and further afield will be able to get their hands on free tea at various venues, cafes, and stations.

    Why?

    Because it’s tea people teapigs’ 10th birthday tomorrow, and they’re marking the event by driving a Routemaster through the capital…to hand out yet more free tea.

    So, where and when can you get it?

    London

    Waterloo Station, all day.

    Also: Gunnersbury, Paddington, High Street Kensington, Charing Cross, Liverpool Street and Kings Cross, between 7am – 9.30am.

    Countrywide stations – 7am – 9.30am

    Teapigs will be popping up at various commuter hubs, including Bristol, Birmingham New Street, Newcastle, Manchester and Leeds, where they’ll also be handing out loads of free envelope samples to replenish your office kitchen.

    The Tea Bus – all day

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    (Picture: teapigs)

    It’s going to be roving around Central London so basically, you’ll just have to keep your eyes peeled for it.

    Apparently, if you tweet teapigs using the tag #teapigsfreeteaday, you can get the bus to stop outside your office.

    A cafe or deli near you – all day

    Anywhere that stocks teapigs (that’s 400 stockist locations around the country – you’ll be able to tell which does because they’ll apparently have stack loads of balloons outside) will be taking part in the day, so pop in and claim your free cuppa.

    Alternatively, you can check here where your local free tea hotspot is.

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    Just what we all need on a cold November morning.

    Happy days.

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