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Your Assistance Please!

We hope that you are all staying well and safe and have managed to get your vaccine.

We are after your help once again, this time with finding a Handyman for some general, painting, shelves putting up and that sort of thing!

Anyone you know and can recommend would be greatly appreciated.

We cant wait to open, hopefully late summer, and meet you all in person.

Kind regards

Sean & Michelle
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Your Assistance Please!

We hope that you are all staying well and safe and have managed to get your vaccine.

We are after your help once again, this time with finding a Handyman for some general, painting, shelves putting up and that sort of thing!

Anyone you know and can recommend would be greatly appreciated.

We cant wait to open, hopefully late summer, and meet you all in person.

Kind regards

Sean & Michelle

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Cannot wait for you to open good luck with the renovation

Use your tea leaves They will guide you to the right one

cannot wait!

Good luck

I'd love to find one. Have a front door replacement and patio repairs. Neither guy has replied. 1 came to measure door. He's disappeared. Patio guy, haven't heard from him in weeks . So hard to find people to do small jobs.๐Ÿ˜ข

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Below is a copy of our latest update to our English customers we thought this may resonate with some of you in the US as well!

This past year has been difficult for very many people, none more so than those that have lost loved ones to this awful indiscriminate virus, along with those such as us who have been hit hard financially by the many shutdowns and its subsequent impact.

Circumstances such as these tend to bring out both the best and the worst in people and it is important to focus on the positive and ignore those that seek to bring others down with their inherent negativity, here at Shelly's our experience has been that we have experienced a lot of online bullying, calling the police, council, parish council, local MP`s, blocking the entrance to our shop with a vehicle etc by a few of our neighbours and then social media being what it is you then have the armchair warriors who feel empowered to add their spitefulness despite not ever visiting our village, all out of a bitterness that has nothing whatsoever to do with us continuing to serve our community 7 days a week, we had Christmas day off last year that is all, in order to continue to open and be here as a lifeline for many and a momentary light relief for others.

In these difficult times it can be hard to not take this to heart however to balance this and in response to the spitefulness we have had customers bring us flowers, people shop here for the sake of it to show support, write us cards and notes of support and this is in addition to the wonderful customers who have supported us throughout not only the last very difficult months but over the past years.

So we focus on the kindness that is still out there rather than the bitterness and nastiness exuded by some, you never know what is going on in people lives and we feel it is important to rise above the pettiness and try to bring a smile to someones day.

There is a choice to be made so choose positivity over negativity.

Keep smiling we will be out the other side of this soon.

Sean & Michelle
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Below is a copy of our latest update to our English customers we thought this may resonate with some of you in the US as well!

This past year has been difficult for very many people, none more so than those that have lost loved ones to this awful indiscriminate virus, along with those such as us who have been hit hard financially by the many shutdowns and its subsequent impact.

Circumstances such as these tend to bring out both the best and the worst in people and it is important to focus on the positive and ignore those that seek to bring others down with their inherent negativity, here at Shellys our experience has been that we have experienced a lot of online bullying, calling the police, council, parish council, local MP`s, blocking the entrance to our shop with a vehicle etc by a few of our neighbours and then social media being what it is you then have the armchair warriors who feel empowered to add their spitefulness despite not ever visiting our village, all out of a bitterness that has nothing whatsoever to do with us continuing to serve our community 7 days a week, we had Christmas day off last year that is all, in order to continue to open and be here as a lifeline for many and a momentary light relief for others.

In these difficult times it can be hard to not take this to heart however to balance this and in response to the spitefulness we have had customers bring us flowers, people shop here for the sake of it to show support, write us cards and notes of support and this is in addition to the wonderful customers who have supported us throughout not only the last very difficult months but over the past years.

So we focus on the kindness that is still out there rather than the bitterness and nastiness exuded by some, you never know what is going on in people lives and we feel it is important to rise above the pettiness and try to bring a smile to someones day.

There is a choice to be made so choose positivity over negativity.

Keep smiling we will be out the other side of this soon.

Sean & Michelle

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Looking forward to your arrival โ˜•๏ธ๐Ÿ‡ฌ๐Ÿ‡ง๐Ÿ’‚‍โ™€๏ธ

So looking forward to your opening! Best wishes.

Can't wait to see you in Plymouth!

Where are we at?

Well 12 months ago when we signed the lease on 51 Court Street Plymouth we really did not anticipate we would still be in the UK unable to open, even after the initial outbreak of covid we remained cautiously optimistic that we could open late quarter 3 early quarter 4 2020, however it wasn't to be.

With everything delayed from permits to contractors to us being unable to get across the pond a 12 week project has taken almost 12 months made even more difficult by managing the project remotely from 3280 miles away .

That said when you witness the suffering of many across the globe we have paid a very small price really!

So where are we at now? well we have the final fit for the plumber and electrician and then the contractors will be finished, we are assured this will be by the end of January, everything our end is then ready to move, we are simply awaiting the US Embassy in London to issue our visas which is again taking a lot longer than would ordinarily be the case!

So then the all important question, when will you open? well our thought process is that we anticipate the embassy appointment being in March, however you may have heard on the news that the whole of the UK has been placed into another national strict lock-down for at least 6 weeks, as to whether this will delay further the embassy is unknown as it is impossible to get an answer from them in the circumstances.

Of course this may well be sooner as we have been in queue now for some three months already, once issued we have things fine tuned (one of the advantages of having so long to prepare) to 16 days from visa issued to fly out.
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Where are we at?

Well 12 months ago when we signed the lease on 51 Court Street Plymouth we really did not anticipate we would still be in the UK unable to open, even after the initial outbreak of covid we remained cautiously optimistic that we could open late quarter 3 early quarter 4 2020, however it wasnt to be.

With everything delayed from permits to contractors to us being unable to get across the pond a 12 week project has taken almost 12 months made even more difficult by managing the project remotely from 3280 miles away .

That said when you witness the suffering of many across the globe we have paid a very small price really!

So where are we at now? well we have the final fit for the plumber and electrician and then the contractors will be finished, we are assured this will be by the end of January, everything our end is then ready to move, we are simply awaiting the US Embassy in London to issue our visas which is again taking a lot longer than would ordinarily be the case!

So then the all important question, when will you open? well our thought process is that we anticipate the embassy appointment being in March, however you may have heard on the news that the whole of the UK has been placed into another national strict lock-down for at least 6 weeks, as to whether this will delay further the embassy is unknown as it is impossible to get an answer from them in the circumstances.

Of course this may well be sooner as we have been in queue now for some three months already, once issued we have things fine tuned (one of the advantages of having so long to prepare) to 16 days from visa issued to fly out.

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Really looking forward to visiting your te room. Best wishes for all of your ducks to line up quickly

Can’t wait for you to open!! โค๏ธ hoping that everything goes smoothly for you

Can't wait...good luck!

I hope you can make some cheese rolls nothing better with a cup of tea. โš’

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Hope to see you soon ๐Ÿ‡บ๐Ÿ‡ธ๐Ÿ‡ฌ๐Ÿ‡ง

See you when you get here !!! ๐Ÿ™‹‍โ™€๏ธโ˜ฎ๏ธ๐Ÿ‡บ๐Ÿ‡ธ๐Ÿ™‹‍โ™€๏ธโ˜ฎ๏ธ๐Ÿ‡บ๐Ÿ‡ธ๐Ÿ™‹‍โ™€๏ธโ˜ฎ๏ธ๐Ÿ‡บ๐Ÿ‡ธ

I’m so looking forward to your opening! Eager to get some REAL scones!

We are so looking forward to that clotted cream!!

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We would like to wish everyone a very Merry Christmas and happy New Year!

2021 will be better just stay patient and strong.
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We would like to wish everyone a very Merry Christmas and happy New Year!

2021 will be better just stay patient and strong.

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Merry Christmas. Are you open?

We are delighted that for the third year in a row we have have won Tea Rooms of the year for 2021, a sure sign of great things to come in 2021!
We cant wait for you to try us!
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We are delighted that for the third year in a row we have have won Tea Rooms of the year for 2021, a sure sign of great things to come in 2021!
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When do you open?

How did you run if you are not open?

There is an English tea room in Sandwich, Ma

when will you open in Plymouth, Ma. USA

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Soon?

When will you be open?

How delicious does that Clotted Cream look? how many lbs of cream do you think we go through a year in the UK?
1700lbs that's 3/4 of a ton of cream!

So we would like to apolagise in advance to your artery's
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How delicious does that Clotted Cream look? how many lbs of cream do you think we go through a year in the UK?
1700lbs thats 3/4 of a ton of cream! 

So we would like to apolagise in advance to your arterys

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I don’t mean to be mean, but the plural of artery is arteries. This post uses the singular possessive form instead of the plural of the noun. I love language as much as I love my arteries. Just saying....

On a related note, is it Shelly’s Tearoom?

Yum!! ๐Ÿ˜

Looking forward to the opening.

Looking forward for a nice scone and a cup of tea. Best of British luck to you,

Sorry about the delay but look forward to your opening in Plymouth. Loved our trips to London and afternoon tea. Scones with clotted cream and jam, my favorite.

Be still my beating heart!

Where will you be located in Plymouth?

Where and when??

We can’t wait!!!

Oooh... Scones. Haven't had a proper scone since the last time I was in London a year ago. Looking forward to your opening. โค๏ธ๐Ÿ‡ฌ๐Ÿ‡ง

When will u be opening in Plymouth?

Looks good

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Hi all, we would like to ask for your help, we have today at the very last minute been let down by our plumber and wondered wether anyone could recommend a good, reliable and not to expensive plumber we could contact.

Thank you in advance!
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Vaughn Plumbing Plymouth

Dave Murphy of Murphy and Sons Plumbing, Plympton

McKay's Plumbing in Manomet

Al Perry Caoe Cod

Gary Cresswell 508-326-2528.. let him know Lara recommended you call him

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Well you certainly know your cake! it is indeed a Battenburg Cake, the origins of this beautiful cake are disputed, some say it was created to celebrate the marriage of Princess Victoria to Prince Louis of Battenberg in 1884. Others claim it was invented in the Prussian village of Battenberg. Yet another group argues it is simply an English cake, named Church Window, which had been around for years before being rechristened.
But wherever it originated, one thing is for certain you will love it whether it is served with your Afternoon Tea or simply by the slice!
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Can’t wait to make a reservation! We need a true authentic High Tea experience on the South Shore! โ˜•๏ธ ๐Ÿฐ

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We can never forget their sacrifice! VJ Day 75 years.

Who can name this exquisitely colourful cake? a favourite of the British!
Answer posted Saturday!
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Who can name this exquisitely colourful cake? a favourite of the British!
Answer posted Saturday!

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PETIT FOURS ????

Battenburg Cake. Used at wedding in 1800's. Love queen Victoria and her/its history

Shellys Tea Rooms Plymouth, When is your opening date? Will you offer vegan desserts?

Battenburg - loved it!

Battenburg cake โค๏ธ๐Ÿ‡ฌ๐Ÿ‡ง

British cake

I’m going to phone a friend - Alison Davies?

Battenburg Cake

Amanda Brett Willard?? I bet you know

Looks delicious!

BATTENBURG,a Queens favorite ๐Ÿ’–

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In England one of our top national days has to be National Cream Tea Day, this year it is on 26th June, shall we introduce this to America next year what do you think? ... See MoreSee Less

In England one of our top national days has to be National Cream Tea Day, this year it is on 26th June, shall we introduce this to America next year what do you think?

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Sarah Cook

Yes! ๐Ÿ˜

Yes

Please tell me you’ll serve real clotted cream!!

Yes, please. I'm so excited you chose a location just 15 miles away from my home. Thank you!!

Jeni Francoeur YUM! โ˜•๏ธ

Yes please!

Yes please!

Absolutely

Yes

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WOW what an amazing response we have had, it just goes to show how many great people there are out there helping others!
As you will recall we had said we would pull 5 names as our winners, however with the response we received we wanted to give more, so we have doubled this to 10 people winning a gift voucher for 2 to indulge in our Afternoon Tea worth over $50-00.

We asked our great friend Lady Jane Howard, daughter of the late Earl of Carlisle, to pull the winning tickets.



So the winners are:
Sharyn Varney who nominated K P Pierce
Steve Martin who nominated Jessica Tynan
Shelley Terry nominated Amanda Weathers
Michelle McKenzie who nominated Eileen Campbell
Holly Spooner who nominated Becca Tinkham
Sheryl Nicol who nominated Keryn McGrath
Pamela Boucher who nominated Briana Mahoney
Katrina Darlin who nominated Rebecca LeBreque
Shelby Briggs who nominated Darren Scully
Linda Hylander who nominated Deborah Hylander

Congratulations to all of those that won, please email us at contact@shellystearoomsplymouth.com as we will require the posting address of the winners to send the vouchers to them.
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WOW what an amazing response we have had, it just goes to show how many great people there are out there helping others!
As you will recall we had said we would pull 5 names as our winners, however with the response we received we wanted to give more, so we have doubled this to 10 people winning a gift voucher for 2 to indulge in our Afternoon Tea worth over $50-00.

We asked our great friend Lady Jane Howard, daughter of the late Earl of Carlisle, to pull the winning tickets.

 

So the winners are:
Sharyn Varney who nominated K P Pierce
Steve Martin who nominated Jessica Tynan
Shelley Terry nominated Amanda Weathers 
Michelle McKenzie who nominated Eileen Campbell
Holly Spooner who nominated Becca Tinkham
Sheryl Nicol who nominated Keryn McGrath
Pamela Boucher who nominated Briana Mahoney
Katrina Darlin who nominated Rebecca LeBreque
Shelby Briggs who nominated Darren Scully
Linda Hylander who nominated Deborah Hylander

Congratulations to all of those that won, please email us at contact@shellystearoomsplymouth.com as we will require the posting address of the winners to send the vouchers to them.

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Yay! Thank You so much! I’m so excited to be a winner! We look forward to your opening a store in our town, in Plymouth Ma!

I am thrilled for my sister-in-law and she is going to love this!

Yay!! Thank you! Becca Tinkham Congrats!! ๐Ÿ’—

Shelley Terry!!

Shellys Tea Rooms Plymouth, will you offer any vegan meals/desserts?

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Cassandra Anne

Can't wait...!!!

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Massive Anglophile here. Looking forward to visiting!! โค๏ธ๐Ÿ‡ฌ๐Ÿ‡ง

will you be serving any gluten free options ?

These have been difficult times for us all however none more so than for those on the front lines in our hospitals and care homes, we would like to both thank and make a small gesture to those individuals working so hard in such dangerous conditions daily risking their own lives. We ask that you nominate someone who has been working hard on the frontline and we will select 5 at random to receive a Gift Certificate for two to have our Windsor Afternoon Tea when we open, we will post the certificate when we pull the names so they have something to look forward to this Fall. ... See MoreSee Less

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Thank you all for the nominations, entry's will close tonight at midnight gmt 1st June 2020, good luck all!!

Thanks Holli she is entered, good luck

I nominate my niece Jessica Tynan .Shes a brand new R.N. !! What a time to start nursing ! She works at the Brockton Veterans Hospital . Thankyou

You are so awesome!! We nominate Briana Mahoney, a phenomenal nurse in Boston, who has been working so hard frontlines throughout this pandemic, non stop every single day for months, night and day, she is our front line hero, a local hero!! No doubt!! We are so very fortunate to have her as a nurse warrior during this turbulent time!!!! ๐Ÿฅฐ๐Ÿ’๐Ÿฅฐ๐Ÿ’

I nominate Claire Ryan Claire Ryan Poole, a wonderful and dedicated physical therapist who worked with my husband, a stroke victim, at Alliance Rehab in Weymouth. She is wonderful and has continued working with her patients throughout this pandemic.

I am nominating Keryn McGrath; she is a nurse in Plymouth and a mom of twin daughters! She is an incredible person that needs to be recognized for her hard work at the hospital and home! Love you Keryn!!

I nominate Amanda Weathers, she has been working tirelessly in the Tufts Covid ICU.

Melissa Kelley Randall has been working hard as a nurse at BID, while taking care of two little ones at home โค

Rebecca LaBrecque..a nurse who tested positive and was sick working from home calling patients, ironically to tell them they tested nagative๐Ÿ™๐Ÿป๐Ÿ˜ท

I nominate Eileen Maher Campbell a nurse at BMC...who is first responder that is also recovering from covid.

I am nominating Jamie Cameron, works at South Shore hospital constantly putting her life on the line working on front line....๐Ÿฅฐ๐Ÿ˜‡๐Ÿ˜‡โŒโญ•๏ธ

Thank you for doing this. Amazing!โค๏ธ I can’t wait to go in for tea and scones.

Does this include those in the delivery/grocery?

I nominate Jennifer Ann who works her butt off and never complains ♥๏ธ

I’d like to nominate a mother/daughter duo...one a brand new nurse, the other a seasoned veteran, both working on the frontlines at BID... Sally McClure McKenna and Sarah McKenna๐Ÿ’–

I nominate Tina Rinaldi who has worked hard for Panera Bread keeping CCHospital fed as well as the public!!

I nominate Jillian Pelletier who has been working her magic devoting long long days making masks for those on the frontlines. She is amazing.

Erin H Cudmore, Kristin Morrison, Susan Bain Dixon, Laurel Orlosky...any of these ladies are so much more than deserving of a nice relaxing tea!!๐Ÿ’œ๐Ÿ˜Š๐Ÿค—

Janelle Nason and Colleen Thomas

I nominate my husband Mike Leber who is a nurse at Boston medical center and has been working on the Frontline since March!

Kp Pierce She’s a single mom and works at the Nursing Home 5 days a week plus has several private clients. Her son moved in with his grandparents so he would not be around mom, for now.

I would love to nominate Becca Tinkham! She has been taking care of Covid patients at BID Plymouth and she is very cute! ๐Ÿ˜‰๐Ÿ’—

I would like to nominate my boyfriend who is the biggest tea lover (might be the Irish blood) and is currently on the frontlines as a RN. It didnt take a pandemic for me to be proud of him as I cant imagine how he does his 12 hour shifts each day. <3 i would like to nominate Darren Scully

I nominate my manager and director Susan Tardif and Marianne McAuliffe they are working right along side us patient care transporting IVs long hours bringing food being supportive as best they can please give to these twoโคโค

I nominate my sister-in-law, Deborah Hylander, the executive director of infection prevention at South Coast Hospitals. Thank you for doing this to honor all those working to fight this virus. We look forward to visiting your tea room when we are able to get to Plymouth!

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