This post was originally published on April 02 2015 to celebrate Easter windows for the monthly challenge hosted by Dawn from ‘The Day After’ and appropriately in time for Good Friday this year! Happy Easter everybody!
“Walking around Ludlow before Easter you can’t help noticing all the sheep and fluffy chicks and eggs adorning the window displays in the town.
The bookshop, sweetshop and even the coffee shop have a spring feeling
The florist is a bit steamed up…
Emporos always puts on a good display, no matter what the theme. It’s actually a GOOD thing that my grandchildren live so far away or I’d spend a fortune in this shop. I mean, can you resist that velvet rabbit?
And spring flowers in tubs add colour to the charm of the town
…even artificial ones!”
This post is a contribution to Fandango’s Flashback Friday. Have you got a post you wrote in the past on this particular day? The world might be glad to see it – either for the first time – or again if they’re long-time loyal readers.
21 thoughts on “Flashback Friday #14”
Ah, memories, memories! Some shops are doing their best, but with so many closed just now ….
I guess. Been so long since I’ve been near a town 😳
What a marvellous set of memories in windows….
Indeed. I bet it doesn’t look like this this year though.
No, it won’t!
I’m sure I remember this one. Hope you have a great Easter, Jude. Very cold here, with snow forecast for Monday! I was in shorts two days ago, with all the windows in the house open. Now the central heating is on again!
Best wishes, Pete. x
Ne’er cast a clout till May is out!
Sunny here, but distinctly cooler.
oh this is just so lovely, miss the days of looking round in the lead up to Easter – still next year we can spoil the grandchildren and ourselves 😀
Let’s hope so!
What a treasure trove of shops… each one a Pandora’s Box!
Lets hope next year is back to the ‘normal’ that we now so appreciate 🙂
I’m not a shopping person, but I did like to window browse. I think it is six months since I even went into a town, let alone shop!
What a beautiful row of shops. I hope they all survive the government cull.
It looks wonderfully old fashioned. Got your paste eggs ready to roll? 🙂 🙂
I am going to make a Stollen tomorrow (I know, usually for Christmas) but I have all the ingredients so why not! Poor Ludlow. I wonder how many of these shops will have survived.
Heavens! No idea how you make a Stollen, but I know there’s way too many calories in there for you! I don’t mind sharing 🙂 🙂
Those ranunculas are gorgeous, perfect pastel colours for Easter. As we head further into autumn and then winter, I’ll be enjoying all your lovely spring and summer flowers. Happy Easter to you!
Thanks Carol. At least it should be quieter down here this week as people are still not supposed to be traveling out of their local area, or staying overnight.
I love these shop windows. The owners have all made a real effort!
That was the nice thing about Ludlow, they were always having window competitions – Easter, Christmas, the food festival. Made for some interesting and quirky displays.
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