Yay, it’s great to be back – especially as it’s Friday Bench time 🙂
For some reason a number of people in Bath are employed as ‘living signposts’ advertising places that are off the main shopping drag of Milsom Street.
The manager of the Sony Centre lives in the house behind us. I must ask him if this method brings him any extra custom…
I was quite surprised to find this advert on the side of a bus in Minehead. I’ve thought long and hard about whether to publish it, but on balance it does reflect a certain Sign of the Times.
I wonder if the people on the bus knew what they were sitting above?
That’s amazing. They knew it was going to happen when I was in town 10 days ago 😉
I spotted these fun hay bales on the way to Bath, going on the ‘over the top’ route via Colerne. They’re just in Wiltshire and are highlighting Fosseway Fruit Farm, which does ‘Pick Your Own’.
It’s decision time – today’s the closing date for entries.
This was taken on the Town Bridge on Saturday.
Bristol Zoo has some very eye catching posters at the moment featuring some of their star attractions placed in city scenes.
I never knew horses might have this kind of treatment until I went to Tetbury last week. I’m intrigued by the dual purpose – does a practitioner treat both humans and horses I wonder?
I’m still puzzling over where this fits into a DIY business strategy…
…and also how Chippenham with a population of just over 30,000 can support 4 stores of this type.
A good way of getting the message across. Some councils are experimenting with greener buses, such as using LPG or electricity as fuel.