Thanks for visiting as we head off on another Five on Friday at Amy's place, do have a look at what's going on by following the link.
As the weather is getting cooler, I had to head off to the shops in Camberley to stock up on a couple of cardigans and I was determined to find five things to tell you about while I was there. It's a smallish town with all the usual shops but nothing seemed to be jumping out for a photo. Perhaps a cup of coffee would give me a bit of inspiration.
ONE - Bills
This is a chain of restaurants dotted about the country. The inside is rather rustic and colourful. I have enjoyed many a jaffa cake and coffee at various Bills, so, not having been in this particular establishment before, in an inspectorish sort of way, I thought I had better see if Camberley's jaffa cake came up to the mark. Well someone's got to do it.
I have to report that it didn't. It was nice but not the way it used to be. Still, refreshed, I headed for the park to see if there were any flowers about.
TWO - Flowers
THREE - Royal Military Academy
Known as Sandhurst, The Royal Military Academy is located in Camberley and is where officers of the British Army are trained. Each June the public are able to visit on a Heritage Open Day where the grounds can be enjoyed as well as various events including displays and music from the band.
FOUR - Back at the Shops
A few new shops have appeared since I last visited including a new fabric shop - Cutting Edge Fabrics - that has a small amount of wool and At the Ark - A vintage market place, which has all sorts of exciting things in a second hand sort of way that have been refurbished.
Around the town, Bob the Builder was about and there were some chairs covered in fake grass for that all important sit down when the going gets tough.
FIVE - Surrey Heath Museum
At the teeny tiny Museum about the local area, the sock machine caught my eye, as did a technological sculpture of an elephant.
|I think they've dropped a few stitches!|
That's my five for this Friday.
Have a good week.
Bye for now.