Little Beasties, the local pet shop
Ulverston is the birthplace of Stan Laurel so of course there is The Stan Laurel Inn, a friendly pub with a wide range of beers one or more of which will be
from the Ulverston Brewing Company with their Laurel and Hardy themed beers which include, Laughing Gravy and Lonesome Pine. They have really gone to town with the canal theme and a lighthouse
Here is the Ulverston egg, nicely positioned with the 'real' lighthouse in the background at the top of Hoad Hill. To save you squinting here it is
The flag is flying so its open for visitors to climb to the top to take in the view of bay and Lakeland hills. Not actually a working lighthouse but a monument erected in 1850 to another of Ulverston's sons, Sir John Barrow, naval administrator, traveller and writer who also has a school named after him,
the Sir John Barrow Primary and Infant School, their Egg along complete with decorated wooden spoons
Lindow's, the jewellers. Only sheep in the field and no sign of lambs.
The long straight canal path, how appropriate that the bikes were 'parked' by the Appleseeds the health food shops Egg
Here is one that made me laugh, the Boogle and Bump shop (clothing for little people)
Lastly it is the Ulverston Lantern Festival Egg, an annual event that takes place in September.
I was pleased to see an Easter Egg with an X, always a tricky letter for ABC Wednesday so that one is tucked away for another occasion.
An entry to ABC Wednesday, a journey through the alphabet, this week sojourning at L here