Tuesday, 26 February 2013

Come with Me to Faversham Pt. 1

Come walk with me around the picturesque town of Faversham 

Just about every house and shop is different

into the town shopping area

Town square

Built in 1570

Interesting alleyways

Preparing for some event

built 1697
The design feature on the wall is called Pargeting

Great cakes in the cake shop

and fresh meat in the butchers

Wool shop

and a pub

and craft shop
I am keeping the second hand bookshop for a separate post 

The Market place

I love the lavender planted along the pavement edge

The Parish church

interesting cushion

the old town pump
I forgot to take photographs of the art gallery where we ate lunch


Elizabethd said...

I love to see half-timbered houses. We have very few in this part of the world.

Shane Pollard said...

Laversham looks like such an interesting old town Barbara.
I'm so glad you've continued your series of old English towns with all the history.
We enjoyed spending time visiting some when in the UK , but missed out on this one as we didn't visit Kent this time.
I have been to Sissinghurst garden in Kent on a previous trip!!!
Shane ♥

My Cottage Diary said...

Barbara, these photos are fantastic. What a photogenic place! I don't know how large it is, but I wish the downtowns of our smaller towns in the US were thriving like they seem to do in England. (Perhaps I'm mistaken?) Finally, after nearly 30 years of abandonment, our town's Main Street is beginning to come back to life, though. Thanks for sharing your travels and touring with us! Love your blog! Bess

Trisha said...

Looks like a beautiful place to spend an afternoon. Love the Parish Church and old town pump.
Blessings, Trisha

Willow said...

Wonderful! I might want to live there :)

Needled Mom said...

We have visited there and it is a charming town. You captured it perfectly with gorgeous photos.

Sara at Come Away With Me said...

Thank you Barbara, it was wonderful going through them all in large format, one after the other. So much to see.

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

That is a lovely town. Everything looks so neat and well kept there. I especially enjoyed the picture taken of the church. A 2nd hand book store is always a favorite place for a visit for me. I'll be looking forward to seeing the one there.

Sue Seibert said...

Love your photos, Barbara!

Lori Zehr said...

Great Post! I love the cakes, the wool shop, and the cushion!

Lorrie said...

My favourite photo is the one of the church tower at the end of the narrow street. Love the perspective. Another charming English town. Delightful!

Terri said...

Thanks for sharing your pictures, Barbara. Love going places with you.

annie said...

been visiting you recently, really enjoyed your photo post!

CherryPie said...

It looks like a fascinating place to visit.

I have added to my list for next time I am down there :-)

Adrienne said...

I loved strolling through this town with you! The little shops are appealing and the architecture is wonderful!