Monday, 15 September 2008

The Land of Blog Content..or words of that sort!!


Now, here I offer you a museum and a half!

'The Land of Lost Content'

And if you've never visited, you're sure in for one helluva treat when you finally get there!

Situated in The Market Hall at Craven Arms, it's a museum of British popular culture.
In order to take it all in, we had to go around twice (with a coffee break in between,naturally!)





Floors and floors of the most wonderful 20th Century memorabilia!

Read all about it!

http://www.lolc.org.uk/index.html

18 comments:

LOUISE said...

I would love to visit this place sometime. You must have been in your element in there Sal! x

ethel and edna's tearoom said...

Fab! I could look at your pics for ages so the museum itself must be brill.

Hen said...

This looks great, I bet you had a fab time.

Hen x

Alison Boon said...

I am in awe of your restraint. I think I would still be in there going ohh and ahh.

April said...

What a fabulous place - added to my list of places to go

April xx

Mrs.Kwitty said...

Hi again! *grin*

That looks like a place a person could spend a lot of happy hours in! So cool!

Smiles, Karen

Debbies-English-Treasures said...

LOVE IT! LOVE IT! LOVE IT!
SO MANY FAB. TREASURES IN THERE!
THANKS FOR SHARING!
KISSES
DEBBIE MOSS

Mary said...

Beautiful places thanks for sharing - glad you are home in Devon again and that you had such a great vacation.

I leave for France in just two weeks - very busy, much to do prior to leaving of course.

Hope the sun is shining.

Petticoat Lane said...

I NEED those Noddy Chairs in the playroom..NOW!! What an amazing place. I use to love visiting the Robert Opie museum in Gloucester which was similar but unfortunately it's now closed. There's something so magical about it, no wonder you had to walk around it twice!!
Thank you for sharing your wonderful snaps.
Jane. x

Clover Yard said...

This looks like my kind of place. What a great idea, I bet it's hugely popular. Love your pics.
Carolx

Cowboys and Custard said...

I wish wish wish I could turn the clock back to this era.. what a fantastic collection of nostalgia. I would love to spend a few days living amongst all these relics of the past and indulge my nostalgic whims..


Michele xx

the flour loft said...

ooh i had an etch a sketch. What a fantastic place. thanks for sharing it with us.
love
Ginny x

MarmaladeRose said...

What a fab place. I was looking at your photos saying, "mum's got one of those" and "I had one of them". Wonderful!

Isobel said...

What a wonderful place! I would be like a kid in a sweet shop there! :D
x

summerfete said...

Ooh Sal you know all the best places!
I love it!!!!!

How many of us have a home like that though! HEHE

Clare x

Rosie said...

What a wonderful place; must try and visit sometime:)

Pamela Terry and Edward said...

Now that looks like the most wonderful shop ever! What a treat to spend an hour or two there.

You have a lovely blog. Edward and I have enjoyed our visit very much.

Jennie said...

wow that is amazing!! What a fantastic place!