Love Locks Bakewell: The Wednesday Blog Hop

Love Locks Bakewell: The Wednesday Blog Hop. Hello friends. Happy Wordless Wednesday or not so Wordless Wednesday blog hop. So do you want to share some photos with us?

As today I am sharing a few photos today from a day out in Bakewell on Sunday. We love visiting Bakewell, such a lovely place to visit.

Love Locks Bakewell: The Wednesday Blog Hop

Love Locks Bakewell: The Wednesday Blog Hop:

The Love Locks on the bridge is filling up now. Every time we visit, there are more and more. I wonder how many more the bridge can take!? Such a lovely idea. haring you love, locked by the water.

It was a quiet day by the river with it being a bit rainy. It is usually full around here with people eating the yummy chips. Such a nice and relaxing spot.

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The swans are busy minding their own business. We love to stop and watch them for a while. How cool is this tree!? Amazing really! What do you think?

We took a walk up the hill to the church. Such a beautiful view from the top of the hill. We always like to take a walk up here before we go and buy our fish and chips. We have earned them then.

The river looks fierce.

Love locks—Do They Really Exist? Yes, they do. A love lock, sometimes known as a love padlock, is a padlock that lovers attach to a bridge, fence, gate, memorial, or other such public structure as a statement of their affection.

Unbreakable Love. In order to represent unbreakable love, the padlock is typically inscribed with the sweethearts’ names or initials and possibly the date.

The Bridge With The Love Locks Is Where? Bakewell between the town centre and the park.

Love Locks Bakewell: The Wednesday Blog Hop

Love Locks Bakewell: The Wednesday Blog Hop:

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Secondly, Bakewell On A Beautiful Spring Day. Last weekend was cold and miserable and this week has been so beautiful. It was beautiful a few weeks ago too. When we took a drive out to Bakewell in Derbyshire. As it would be rude not to go when we have been waiting all winter to visit again. This time was different, as Murphy came along with us. Bakewell On A Beautiful Spring Day.

Thirdly, BerryWorld Red Gooseberry Bakewell Tarts. Would you want to make some of these delicious Bakewell Tarts with Red Gooseberries from BerryWorld? This lovely seasonal twist to a traditional recipe. Why not have these miniature Bakwell tarts? Sweet too, too. Excellent for a garden party or afternoon tea. however, could you consume one? BerryWorld Red Gooseberry Bakewell Tarts.

Thank you so much for stopping by.

Love Locks Bakewell: The Wednesday Blog Hop
Claire Justine
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  1. Elegance and Mommyhood
    14 April 2016 / 13:51

    What amazing pictures. I ant to visit all of these fantastic places, Claire You are lucky!

  2. Heather{Our Life In a Click}
    13 April 2016 / 17:26

    What a beautiful spot! Thats a lot of locks on that bridge!!

  3. Patrick weseman
    13 April 2016 / 14:36

    What wonderful pics.

  4. vanity andme
    13 April 2016 / 05:53

    I love this idea of the love locks! I might have to start a love lock at the bridge near me. Thank you for hosting Claire.

  5. Mary
    12 April 2016 / 23:41

    You live in such a beautiful place Claire. I love seeing your world. 🙂

  6. Ai Sakura
    12 April 2016 / 23:48

    Aww love locks are so sweet I feel.. I hope that the city doesn't clear them out in time to come.

  7. Tamar SB
    12 April 2016 / 21:56

    There is a bridge like that near me – they're so fun!

  8. Melanie
    12 April 2016 / 20:35

    Wow what a beautiful place!! I need to find a love locks place in the U.S.! It looks so pretty and powerful! =)Melanie | Blog: Toots + Dill