That was one heck of a busy weekend in Montgomery
to say it is such a small place.
We stayed in this cottage that is over 200 years old.
Full of old beams, one of which I cracked my head on within the first half hour.
We spent a fabulous hour or more in Bunner's Ironmongers, its like a rabbit warren and the stock is fascinating. Established in 1892 it is a family run business There are no computers on the counter, although they do have a website, everything is written down and either added up in the head or calculated with paper and pen or with a battered old calculator that was so old they had written the numbers on with masking tape.
We came out £55 lighter but with some great stuff.
Spotted this sign on the wall next door.
Montgomery is so quaint, like stepping back in time
Lunch was in the lovely Castle Kitchen then we popped into the shop next door just because it looked so quirky from the outside, and look what we found inside. Who would have thought it.
This is a knitted blanket made from the wools above.
No charity shops but a visit to Cloverlands Model Car Museum is a must.
Mind your head when you go in though.
A collection of 1500 model cars, with another collection of 280 British cars arriving soon on long term loan from Canada