space for a coffee or tea
where we sampled this
all served in pretty vintage cups of course
Little brown dog came along, as he to loves sniffing around a bit of vintage, lots of good old smells at these sort of places that Mummy is always visiting, especially this cowhide rug, perfect for a little snooze
a sewing room, where you can have alterations done or do your own sewing if you like
overall view of the Bazzar
lots of furniture
plenty of this to wade through
and eccentric daughter absolutely loved this, it was attached to a large clip, goodness know where you could wear it!
So if your in the Crewkerne area take a look around the Antiques Bazzar, or you can look at them here and all the events their having: http://www.antiquesbazaar.co.uk/default.html
From there we went into Crewkerne, because my Great Grandma x4 Elizabeth Lye was born there, married there and buried there. So we went to have a look at the Church where it all happened...
trying to imagine my Grandma and Grandad standing here and getting married, it is such a beauitiful church and so warm inside, unlike some churches
Unfortunatey I didn't find her grave, as they are too badly eroded, she died in 1849 in Bridport and was brought back to Crewkerne to the family tomb.
Her family also built this
Crewkerne Town Hall
There is also lots of lovely old houses, eccentric daughter and I were dilly dallying about the houses, with hubby trying to hurry us along, but wouldn't you just want to go and have a look in these houses, what went on in them and who lived there and what did they do, lots of interesting stories attached to them I'am sure.
Well think I better stop rambling now