Horncastle, Other Shops
Nov 5, 2013Public
Photo: The latest addition to the town, although they've been trading on the market for a while.
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Photo: Horncastle's popmobility and fitness studio.
Photo: Not forgetting the markets on Thurs, and this flower seller on the Saturday.
Photo: West St. Hair and Beauty Salon, opposite the Fighting Cocks pub on Bridge St., can often be seen attending to evening pampering appointments for the female business owners around the area.
Photo: More gift oppurtunities at the Magpies inside the Joseph Banks Centre. To the west of the market out on Bridge St.
Photo: No longer such a large shop, Age UK taking over more of the frontage of the arcade. Sticky back plastic, doylies, card, glyphs and hobby items.
Photo: Anymore Riders?...

Lines of mowers lined up like Dodgem cars, and almost as much fun.
Photo: An incredible array of musical instruments - wonders accomplished in a short time with what was something of a near derelict shop on Spilsby Rd. Rows of musical instruments.
Photo: Knowledgeable folks behind the counter, and a policy of natural products help to make this a real alternative to the chemist. Up North St.
Photo: Market day means the taxis can double up, which is just aswell, as they're used more on the Thursdays and Saturdays.
Photo: Packed little shop. Silks, wools, crafts, hobbies, gift ideas...at the top of North St.
Photo: With the church doorway looking on to fresh produce sellers as it has for 800 years.
Previously the old woolworths, on the site of Henry Sellwood's,Tennyson's father-in-laws house. The deafening flood warning siren was on top of the lift shaft at the rear.
Photo: A godsend to those visiting for more than a couple of days, a laundromat!. Out on Bridge St. to the west.
Photo: Large wedding emporium, now operating at the rear with a dry cleaners, another shop a credit to the town on the High St.
Photo: Tea-room, deli and fresh crusty bread shops in a row in the Bullring.
Photo: By the zebra crossing on the High St, the country stile shop, doing knick knacks and gifts, inbetween 'Nice Things' doing similar & Stanley's electrical with gift items.
Photo: The hat, handbags and knits lady lining up her ducks in a row. I don't think the idea of a 'coconut shy' would appeal to her, knocking the hats off, 50p for three throws.
Photo: A more modern approach to Kemp's hardware nextdoor, but it was arguable who did the better trade, up on North St.
Alas, closed. But another hardware store opening in the place of the CCTV shop further down.
Photo: A now closed venture that was reasonably popular after the demise of Woolworths. On North St., next to the old sweet shop.
Photo: On North St / Bullring, mainly selling female clothing, but kids and blokes fashionwear available.
Photo: This image illustrates why we need professional photographers and developers, in Horncastle. On The High St.
Photo: Now elsewhere in private premises! Hinge & Bracket Hardware now trading there. Previously on North St. A fascinating video on covert surveillance playing in the window, he's become a stalwart to the town's security.
Photo: A newly painted post office, and a new taxi on the rank outside - a definite photo oppurtunity..
Photo: Stanley's electrical on the market - spot the lava lamp! The large glitter ones get hotter and radiate that heat better than small or plain lavalamps. The glitter will also mobilise with a smaller wattage bulb.
An accent on gift ideas and quality build.