October 2020 A NEW START
We have re-opened Back In Time For Tea at a great new venue: The Midlands Roller Arena in Ashby Parva. The location has the benefits of free parking and being accessible, with the added bonus of a larger space and more flexibility in opening hours.
September 2019 DIETARYMATTERS
We have been thinking about our customers who have special dietary requirements. We are often asked about gluten free, vegetarian and vegan options on our menu. So - to make it easier, we have clearly labelled what is available.
May 2019 OUR OUTDOOR SPACE
We have a picnic bench and tables and chairs on our lawn area if you fancy a picnic in the lovely weather.
August 2018 NEW HOT PUDDINGS
We have added hot crumbles served with custard onto our menu. They will be made using fruit from our own gardens including apple, pear and plum. Scrumptious!
Dec 2017 NEW TRAVEL BOOK
Back In Time For Tea features in a new Alistair Sawday travel book "The Extra Mile". If you travel and are fed up with eating at dull service stations, then this book will guide you just a little off the motorway to a plethora of good food establishments.
We are in the M1 chapter.
The book comes with a key fob and many of the cafes have special offers if you present it.
We are offering 10% off if you have the key fob from the book.
June 2017 BOOK LAUNCH
Local author Madalyn Morgan chose Back In Time For Tea as the venue to launch her new book Foxden Hotel. It is set just after the war and is the fifth book in the Dudley Sisters Saga.
Madalyn grew up in Lutterworth but lived in London for thirty six years before returning to her home town. She is an actress on stage and screen and also a radio and print journalist.
You can follow Madalyn on Twitter
April 2017 LOYALTY CARD
For all our regular customers - here's a thank you from us - buy 9 hot drinks and you'll receive your next drink for free!
February 2017 GARDEN PLANS
We've been drawing up plans for our new garden space, which we've decided to call 'The Lawn'. This will be a lovely, sunny place to sit and enjoy a pot of tea and a slice of cake!
December 2016 SCHOOL VISIT
We had a visit from Husband's Bosworth C of E Primary School. The children met a war veteran, Peter Palmer, who answered their questions about his experiences in World War II. The children also learnt about rationing and had the chance to look at some war memorabilia.