While I was in Bath I nipped over to visit a church which sells charity Christmas cards mainly in search of an advent candle. The candles were all sold out but I did manage to buy some Christmas cards and wrapping paper. I know if I buy it from them that the majority of the funds reach the charity.
I still have no candle to light tomorrow for the first day of advent but I did get some pictures to join in Take Three Thursday. This meme is kindly hosted by Mary-Lou. The Christmas lights of Bath looked suitably festive in the fading afternoon light.
1. Milsom St is one of the famous shopping streets in Bath with the department store Jollys on the left. The street is mentioned in many novels set in Bath notably those by Jane Austen.
2. Green St is just off Milsom St. The church at the end is St. Michael's Without. It is so named because it was built outside the city wall. It is this church which has the Christmas cards for good causes. Also of note in this small street is the cosy little pub called The Old Green Tree. It is reputed to be so called as it is supposed to be the only place in Bath where you could stand and not see a tree.
3. The same lights taken from directly below. It is fortunately not a very busy street for cars!