Cheap Street is the main street of Sherborne and home to most of the towns shops. The images below are a selection from the many pictures I have taken over the recent years.
April 2007 - Sherborne Abbey and the Conduit.
April 2007 - Wisteria in flower on the old school buildings.
A close look at the timbers to show the marks made by the carpenters to show which piece went where.
April 2007 - Another old half timbered shop. The photograph below gives some history of the shop.
June 2007 - Looking down Higher Cheap Street past the George Inn with the White Hart across the road at the bottom.
June 2007 - The old lamp outside the George Inn. A relic from the past when Eldridge Pope, the Dorchester Brewers owned the place. They no longer exist.
June 2007 - Marsh’s electrical store on the left.
June 2007 - The half timbered buildings which belong to the Boys School. The Wisteria has finished flowering with just green leaves left.
June 2007 - Cheap Street church.
June 2007 - Another old Eldridge Pope Inn, the Cross Keys.
June 2007 - The Cross Keys sign.
June 2007 - More colourful hanging baskets outside the White Hart.
July 2007 - The Conduit on the Parade at the bottom of Cheap Street.
25 December 2007 - Christmas day morning. Hence the lack of people.
25 December 2007 - A deserted top of Cheap Street on Christmas morning.
February 2008 - The Post Office.
February 2008 - The Digby Estate offices on the left.
September 2008 - Peter Bayliss on his way to winning the 2008 Sherborne Ironman.
July 2009 - This is strictly The Green and not Cheap Street. The Green restaurant and the recently opened Town Mill bakery.
July 2009 - Sherborne on a sunny summer Saturday morning. The hanging baskets were looking very nice.
July 2009 - Market stalls on the Parade.
July 2009 - The Conduit.
July 2009 - Flowers for sale on the market. Church Lane leading to the Museum and the Abbey.
December 2009 - Vegetable stall on the market.
December 2009 - “Come on in”. The Green restaurant with a very welcoming open door.
December 2009 - Sherborne’s illuminated Christmas trees.
December 2009 - The Parade and Cross Keys at Christmas.
December 2009 - Mabers Christmas window display.
December 2010 - Clog dancers collecting for Clic Sergeant during Sherborne’s festive shopping event.
December 2010 - Dodge’s Christmas window display.
December 2010 - Snow falling on Cheap Street shoppers.
December 2010 - The parade under snow.
9 July 2011 - The Town Mill Bakery and The Green restaurant.
23 July 2011 - The Town Mill Bakery and The Green restaurant on a sunny afternoon.
23 July 2011 - The Green restaurant.
23 July 2011 - The corner with Newland. Greenslade Taylor and Hunt estate agents in the half timbered building and the Toy Box on the corner.
23 July 2011 - Colourful hanging baskets outside the White Hart.
23 July 2011 - The junction with Higher Cheap Street.
Dec 11 - The Conduit and Christmas Tree on the Parade.
Dec 11 - A wider view showing the Cross Keys Inn.
Dec 11 - Sherborne Town band playing on the corner of Hound Street.
Dec 11 - Father Christmas
Dec11 - The Wessex Morris men performing for the Christmas shoppers.
New Years day 2012 - The Christmas tree on the Parade.
August 2012 - Sherborne’s gold post box to celebrate the olympic gold medal success of Peter Wilson in the trap shooting.
August 2012 - The White Hart decorated for the Jubilee.
September 2012 - The skyline in the corner of the parade.
February 2015 - Reflections in the windows above the Parade.
February 2015 - Church Lane which leads from the Parade to the Abbey Close. Late afternoon light.
May 2015 - Higher cheap Street. The George Inn has recently undergone a face lift.
May 2015 - A deserted Cheap Street on a sunny Sunday afternoon.
May 2015 - Wisteria in full flower hanging off the old Boys School buildings.
February 2016 - The passage through to George Street from Higher Cheap Street and the Julian.
February 2016 - A long view down Cheap Street.
February 2016 - The Abbey clock over the roof tops on the Parade.
February 2016 - The half timbered building on the parade is the old Sun Inn. It is now part of Sherborne Boys School.
February 2017 - Church Lane with the last light of the day.