One of the places we like to visit, to get into the Christmas feel, is Burnham Market in Norfolk. Unfortunately in 2016 it was raining, but it was still so magical, with all the trees lit up.
A very simple door wreath, but shouts out to any visitor ‘Season’s Greetings’
Every year we visit The Church of St John The Baptist in Stamford, Lincolnshire. They have a Christmas card and decorations sale inside the church each year, also lots of dressed Christmas trees, which makes the church very colourful on a cold grey day. Just a few photos from last years visit 2016.
Another lovely Nativity Stain Glass Window, from St Michaels All Angels Church in Middlewich, Cheshire.
This photo is blurry, as the train started to move the moment I clicked, but I like it. The reason why I saved it, this little chap is on his first visit by steam train to see Father Christmas, and he is wearing a tiny Christmas jumper.
Taken on Sheringham Train Station in Norfolk.
A very simple little Christmas tree in the 14th century church of St Michael, South Elmham St Michael in Suffolk.
I took this photo last year 2016, in the centre of Maidstone in Kent. I love the way the Pumpkin Heads are trying to muscle in on Christmas, but I reckon that full on jumper could see them off any day, with a little help from the Santa Hats 🙂