Glastonbury Christmas Windows 2020

It’s the first of Glastonbury’s late night Christmas shopping nights, there is another tomorrow (Saturday 12th), then next Friday 18th and Saturday 19th, many of the shops will be open until 7pm. It may have been a very strange year indeed, but the town has still pulled out all the stops to bring some seasonal cheer with beautifully dressed windows. Here’s a selection, to see the rest you will just have to come and visit!

Market Place Glastonbury Christmas 2020
Market Place Christmas Tree

The Curtain Pole

High Street Glastonbury December 2020
High Street

Elestial

Dilliway and Dilliway

Fairyland Aromatics

The George and Pilgrim and The Goddess and the Green Man

Yin Yang

Yin Yang

Speaking Tree and Very Vintage

Laura Lou Lou’s

Fragrant Earth and Burns the Bread

The Mystic Garden Gallery

Mystic Garden Gallery

Wilwood and Dilliway & Dilliway

Do look at the rest of my posts for Christmas shopping guides and more. All photos copyright Vicki Steward

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