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Doctor Who Day was Sunday October 28. Our thanks to everyone whose energy and enthusiasm made it smashing success by all standards. Pictures on Facebook!
Queen Elizabeth's 2012 Diamond Jubilee
Thanks to those who visited us during the Jubilee Weekend, and CONGRATULATIONS to all our lucky winners of goodie bags and raffle prizes at our Big Lunch event. See pictures from the events on Flickr
2011 Halloween Car and Motorcycle Show
Our 2011 Halloween Car Show featured over 65 classic British vehicles, ranging from a thre-wheeled Reliant Robin to a Bentley to a Saladin Tank. The haunted tearoom featured an executioner at his chopping block. Lovely weather, too. See pictures of the October 30 2011 event on Flickr.
Thank You to all those Who came to our DR WHO EVENT in October 2011 - and especially those who came in costume and brought models! it was a wonderful celebration of our fave Sci-Fi show! Judging from the number of costumes, it was a memorable fan meetup. Congratulations to all the prize winners! The Telegraph has pictures and you can see more photos from Doctor Who Day 2011 on our Flickr page..
Memories of a Royal Wedding
It was an unforgettable week...we wish to thank the many people who visited us this week...everyone who came to our Friday morning Wedding Watching Party and our Saturday Royal Open House Celebration...so wonderful to be with all our friends at this special time - and make new friends too! Enjoy these pictures we took of the days' events...
The watching party crowd was not only well dressed, but unusually proper and polite
Saturday, a Saladin tank pulled up in front of the shop to help celebrate the Royal events
Alex and Sheela pose with the winners of the William and Kate lookalike contest
Celebratory libations awaited everyone attending the early morning Watching party
A rapt crowd watches the proceedings as dawn starts to break
The wedding was an emotional experience for many of the 150+ people who watched with us
The 92 inch HD projection screen gave everyone a spectacular view of Westminster Abbey
Shop owners Alexandra Evans and Sheela Kadam kept watch over the wedding party in the early morning darkness
Alexandra Evans and Sheela Kadam pose with our local London bobby and Lord of the manor
Alex and Sheela enjoyed the wedding ceremony as much as everyone else did
Nobody's living room could hold as many people as showed up for the Wedding Ceremony
Sheela Kadam joins members of the Grapevine City Government and Sue Birch, founder of Theatre Britain, in front of the Emporium
The Emporium is packed with people for the Will and Kate lookalike contest
Nearly 200 people turned up Friday April 29 outside our shop to watch the Wedding ceremony live
A rapt crowd is observed by a busy blogger
Contestants gather in the shop for Saturday's Will and Kate Lookalike Competition
He was probably upset he wasn't an English Sheepdog this day
Banger and Bacon sandwiches, hot tea, and even croissants made for the morning's breakfast
Cameras and TV lights kept an eye on the crowd in Friday's cool morning air
An ocean separates Texas from England, but on this morning there was an unusual closeness between the cultures
A British bobby and a Texas cowgirl observe the wedding ceremonies as dawn starts to hide the rising moon
A former member of the Grenadier Guards congratulates the winner of the "Find the Grenadier" contest
Channel 4 reporter interviews a member of Grapevine's Police force , decked out appropriately for the occasion
Monty Python Madness took over Grapevine for three weekends in July 2009!
Sunday, May 17, 2009: 60 cars and motorcycles filled our car park during Grapevine Main Street Days, and a the terrific weather added to the good times.
January 17, 2009: Our celebration of the Bard of Scotland, Robert Burns. Jim Walters of Caledonian Kitchen joined us for the Address to the Haggis at 1 pm.