Saturday, 4 December 2010

Gloucester Antiques Centre

I popped into the antiques centre today to top up my stock so here are a few photos for you - it was a bit grey & rainy but the windows do look festive!






Here are a few photos of my unit & some of the new stock.









Afterwards we had to have a snack at the lovely coffee shop just across the way.

14 comments:

  1. It all looks great jayne. I would love to get up there for a mooch around one of these days (when we can get out of our drive!) xx

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  2. So many nice things to see here and all under one roof, what a good idea.

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  3. Jayne I love the yellow ribbon on the little doggie.
    T X

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  4. All looks lovely hope to come and have a look somtime.Lesley x

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  5. Hi Jayne I love the idea of everything being in one place it all looks nice and festive, I also enjoy looking at window displays for Christmas.
    How have sales been for you with the bad weather? best wishes Julie.C

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  6. just popped over to say thankyou so much for your support and lovely comments
    xx
    ps the centre looks FABULOUS!

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  7. Thank you for your blog comment Jayne, it certainly was an amazing location for a fair! xx

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  8. I can see Mr Treasure and I are going to have to visit Gloucester Antiques Centre soon! I used to love going there when I was little, but since we've lived a stone's throw away, I haven't been. Time to rectify that I think! Katie x

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  9. What a brilliant place - I feel a jolly coming on!!

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  10. Now there's a giveaway on my blog - hope that you'll take part Jayne and also spread the word. Thanks, Lesley.

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  11. Looks a lovely place to visit, and you have some great stock!

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  12. The rocking horse is just like the one we had at playgroup when I was a tot! It's amazing to see one again! Oh how everyone loved that horse ... It was the most popular toy there!
    (I remember it so well as my little sister went to the same nursery a few years later but I was too big to go on it then!)

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