POLL: How do you like your cream tea? Cream or jam first?

PUBLISHED: 11:48 29 June 2017 | UPDATED: 09:17 05 July 2017

What do you prefer?

What do you prefer?

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Freshly-baked, warm scones, a slather of thick clotted cream and a delicious dollop of sweet, strawberry jam – it really does not get much better than that.

National Cream Tea Day will take place tomorrow and whether you are a cream first kind of person (the best kind), or a jam-first traitor, we want to know your favourite way to dine on cream tea. Place your votes on our poll above.

We would also like to know where the best place is to enjoy cream tea so do not forget to leave us a comment on Facebook or Twitter, recommending where to go.

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