Isobel roams around in the country market

Isobel roams around in the country market

Harleston Country Market in the church hall

Nice stained window in St. John the Baptist

Harleston shops on Church Street

An E. Johnston Dispensing Chemist sign on a Boots

Old-school inronmongers on The Thoroughfare

Isobel wanders over to the fruit-and-veg stall

The outdoor flower tubs are repotted

Market Place in Harleston

Another McColl's has closed down

Isobel buys some veg off the market

A shop with stars all over it

The old-school Cooper's ironmongers

Isobel peers into a shop window

Another view of the Swan Hotel

Isobel tries on shoes in Sue Read Shoes

We do lunch in JD Young Hotel's restaurant

The impressive restaurant in JD Young

The Tudor Bakehouse isn't exactly well signed

Isobel's nice dessert

An old geezer takes forever to cross the road

We visit Ray Munn's fancy paint shop

King George's Hall, from 1912

Nice modern stained glass in St. John's

A detail from the impressive 1858 stained windows

For a small chapel, there's a lot of nice glass