Today they had set aside the day to clear the unsold produce from the shops that they created. All the groceries were just 50p each, so it was a great opportunity to get a few bargains, but also some souvenirs of this wonderful production.
Many items had been re-packaged with authentic graphics from each period in history. These were the items I was able to buy first thing this morning before I opened up my shop.
Throughout the day the team added more and more props and other bits and bobs to the market stall outside the grocers shop. I was able to run out and buy several ostrich feathers, as modelled here by the hard working Paul.
Then, very excitingly, a rail of clothes from the wardrobe dept. was added to the selection. Yes, I managed to bag a few, including the punk t-shirt that I showed in my previous post! (I know what I'll be wearing to work tomorrow! ;-)) Heehee!
In other ways though I have been trying to get back to normal in my shop after all the excitement over the summer.
I've arranged some new displays in my windows...
And had a sort through stock on the shelves...
As well as adding some new items here and there.
If the weather holds for Sunday, I intend to have a summer clearance at the Flea Market held at the Bath & West Showground, Shepton Mallet.
And just as a reminder, my shop will be closed for a week, until September 6th, as I need a short break.
Have a lovely Bank Holiday weekend,