Tuesday, 28 August 2012

Lavenham Part 4

We will continue our walk around Lavenham taking in some visual treats

Coming to the outskirts of the village some modern housing is inter mingled

A typical cottage garden

Lavenham has been used for quite a number of films
The Witchfinder General (1968)
The 13 Chairs (1970)
Lovejoy (a TV series in the 1990's)
Apotheosis 2 (1969)
The Canterbury Tales (1972)
Barry Lyndon (1975)
Playing Away (1986)
Spun Gold, Children of the New forest and Highway all feature Lavenham

Still lots more to come on this delightful village


Scriptor Senex said...

It's thirty years since I was in Lavenham, Barbara, so thanks for all the memories you have raised!

Gram said...

Thanks so much for continuing to post of Lavenham. I love the cottage gardens, they were wonderful all over England!

Vee said...

What gorgeous flowers...roses (I think), hollyhocks, and lavender. I've never seen plants so vigorous here. And may I just say, that it is always fun to see Alan featured somewhere. Now if you could tuck yourself in a little more often...

Elizabethd said...

The cottage garden is just so perfect.

I'm mostly known as 'MA' said...

It must be a good size village. I enjoyed seeing what you call a typical cottage garden. Looks wonderful to me.

Sara at Come Away With Me said...

The hollyhocks are right in tune with the pink/salmon color theme of many of these houses and other buildings. I enlarged all the photos and had a nice time looking through them on this post and the previous one too. Feels a bit like walking along them in person.

HOPE said...

Visuals is right!

The seemingly slanted building..the flowers..the wrought iron gate..the colors of the buildings..the cars..the windows..THE DOORS!

LOVE IT..wish I was there!

I've updated my blogs..finally.

Blessings to you always

Willow said...

Is there some significance to the color pink in the village? So many of the house are painted shades of pink.

Annie Jeffries said...

I really like the warm, dusky rose color of some of the buildings.

Elizabeth said...

Still enjoying my visit to Essex!
The hollyhocks look splendid.

Bishop Stone said...

such a pretty town and the houses insipre thoughts of those who have lived there in years gone by.