Love Locks In Bakewell

Love Locks In Bakewell. Love Locked In. Hello friends. So how are you today?

We all love to visit Bakewell in the Derbyshire Dales district of Derbyshire, England. it is such a lovely town. We like to walk around the shops and then take off into the peaks for a spot of climbing. Fish and chips are a must plus a nice Bakewell tart for pudding.

Have you heard of Bakewell or visited here before?

Love Locks In Bakewell

Love Locks In Bakewell:

Love Locks in Bakewell. Bakewell is a charming and picturesque town in the heart of the English countryside. One of the bridges has also has become a symbol of love and as a testament of love, they are adding love locks to the bridge.

Over the River Wye, Bakewell’s iconic stone bridge serves as the backdrop for this heartwarming tradition. Couples from near and far visit this idyllic spot to attach padlocks adorned with their initials, inscriptions, or messages of love to the bridge’s railings. As they secure their lock, I wonder what they do with the keys? Do they keep them?

We love Bakewell and Lots of people love Bakewell too. They lock all their love up here too. How romantic? I think the love lock that keeps popping up all over bridges are sweet. They seal their commitment to one another, creating lasting memories in this enchanting, historic town.

These Love Locks in Bakewell not only add a touch of sentiment to the town but also celebrate the eternal bond shared by those who visit, making it a must-see destination for couples seeking a romantic escape.

Love Locks In Bakewell

Do You Like To See The Love Locks?

Love Locks In Bakewell.

Locking In Your Love On The Bridge. Couples locking their love together. Such a sweet idea. Sometimes I wonder what the stories are behind the locks? Are the couple who put the love locks here still together? Still in love? Still happy? Married, engaged, have children, or parted ways? Ha!

I wonder if any have come back and taken them off? Mad with or a partner or forgotten they were put on.

I also wonder where people will put the locks when the bridge is full? When we first went to Bakewell we started to notice a few locks appear now the bridge is getting so full. So much love going around!! How romantic?

Love Locks In Bakewell

Love Locks In Bakewell: Love Locked In:

Love Locks In Bakewell. If you are not from the UK you may have heard of Bakewell as it is well known for its unique and delicious Bakewell Puddings. They sure are delicious. My son and I once won a Bakewell pudding when we did a race here. Many moons ago now. How lovely it was running a race and then celebrating with cake afterwards. Good times.

Winning cake for racing. I could get used to that.

Do You Like To See The Love Locks? Have you ever locked your love high on a bridge like this anywhere in the world?

Love Locks In Bakewell: The time now to share some of your photos, outfits and recipes or anything else you would like from this week: Have you been snapping away with your camera this week? Or do you have an old post with photos in it to share with us today? Whatever post it is, add it to the list and link it up to join in the fun.

This link has now closed. Ever so often I delete old linkys due to broken links.

Pop back on Monday, Wednesday or Friday for a new blog hop. Update, the bridge is getting rather full now, click here to see my latest Love locks Reel.

Some More Posts In Bakewell:

Orange Dress And Sandals: Throwback Thursday:

Firstly, Orange Dress And Sandals: Throwback Thursday. Happy Thursday friends. Boy is it cold around here!? I though how cold it was last night that we might have woken up to snow, but we didn’t! Orange Dress And Sandals: Throwback Thursday.

Secondly, BerryWorld Red Gooseberry Bakewell Tarts. Hello friends, fancy making some of these sweet BerryWorld Red Gooseberry Bakewell Tarts? This twist on a classic recipe makes a delightful seasonal change. BerryWorld Red Gooseberry Bakewell Tarts. So yummy.

Thirdly, Messing Around On The River. A day out in Bakewell. Happy Wednesday Friends. Thanks so much for joining us today for The Wordless or not so Wordless Wednesday Link Up! What photos have you been taking lately? Do you want to share them here with us today? Messing Around On The River. So much fun.

Beautiful Colours Of Late Summer:

Fourthly, Beautiful Colours Of Late Summer. Hello friends, Happy Wordless Or Not So Wordless Wednesday. Welcome back to this weeks; ‘The Wednesday Blog Hop’. Beautiful Colours Of Late Summer #WW.

Fifth, Bakewell Church: What I Wore: Over 40 Style. We are all up early to plan our day but it is chucking it down with rain today so we are having to change plans around a little. What to do, what to do!? Bakewell Church: What I Wore: Over 40 Style.

Fifth, How To Make Bakewell Meringues. We love to take a walk around the peaks, shops, river, a walk up to the Church and then we usually pick a nice cake to take home with us after our fish and chips. How To Make Bakewell Meringues: Summer Inspire. So yummy.

Flowers In Bakewell:

Sixth, Flowers In Bakewell. Happy Wordless Or Not So Wordless Wednesday. Flowers In Bakewell: The Wednesday Blog Hop.

Seventh, A Muddy Walk In Bakewell. A muddy walk in Bakewell or should I say a Very Very muddy walk in Bakewell!? Over the school holidays, a few weeks ago we took a nice family drive out to one of our favourite places, Bakewell. A Muddy Walk In Bakewell. So much mud!

Eighth, English Country Garden. Today I am sharing a few photos from the Summer that I found on my camera early this week. Not only do I love taking photos, it has rubbed off and my Daughter loves to take them too. I am sharing some of my photos mixed in with some of my daughter taking her photos too. I adore all of these photos. Every single one of them. English Country Garden. So beautiful.

Love Locks In Bakewell

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  1. Polly
    3 November 2016 / 22:58

    We added ours last Friday to bakewell bridge. We got married on Oct 23rd so had that engraved on our lock as we were on our mini moon! Would love to go back with my husband in a few years and find it!

  2. Stella Olojola
    6 October 2016 / 16:40

    I love this. Saw the love bridge in Paris some months back.

  3. Stephanie@stephsjoy
    6 October 2016 / 11:09

    That fish lock looks amazing! Great photos

  4. Alicia - OneMotherHen
    6 October 2016 / 11:00

    Wow, that last photo is relevant to me right now. I am going to my niece Claire's wedding this weekend and her fiances' name is Sam 🙂

  5. Renae / 'HOME with Shoes'
    5 October 2016 / 21:44

    Oh I'm glad I remembered you have a fun hop on Wednesday's, too. I've seen those locks on "The Amazing Race" show here on CBS. Cool to see them on your post!

  6. The Quirky Homemaker
    5 October 2016 / 18:09

    Oh my gosh! What a cool thing! We'll have to find it someday. 🙂

  7. Julie From Superficial Gallery
    5 October 2016 / 16:47

    I've read about this before, I would love to do this with my husband of fifteen years!

  8. Elegance and Mommyhood
    5 October 2016 / 15:00

    That locks wall/bridge is super cool. I have seen it on TV and I want to visit it one day.P.S. Thanks so much for featuring my Red Carpet at Work outfit at "Creative Mondays" last week. =)

  9. Heather{Our Life In a Click}
    5 October 2016 / 12:12

    I always enjoy seeing the locks pop up on bridges where I don't expect them. Very sweet!

  10. Fiona
    5 October 2016 / 11:12

    Love locks are always lovely to see and it'd be lovely to know all the couples and love stories behind them. My other half and I left a love lock on a bridge in Dublin, there were loads of them on the bridge, but the council has since removed them all. Such a shame 🙁

  11. Sarah Mumx3x
    5 October 2016 / 07:25

    Aww, I love this idea! I'd have to add my own!! Never seen a lock bridge here in UK (yet!) xx

  12. 5 October 2016 / 04:43

    I would love to add my own lock. So sweet! x

    • 6 October 2016 / 09:37

      I would too 🙂 Thanks for stopping by Laurie..

  13. Rhonda Albom
    5 October 2016 / 03:18

    I've seen the locks on bridges in Europe and Australia. I think it's very romantic.

  14. Tamar SB
    5 October 2016 / 02:37

    So cool! We have a bridge like that here, too!

  15. Joy Mooiweer
    5 October 2016 / 00:32

    How cute, I'm a romantic, so I hope that they are all still together!