Ornamental pillars have been added to the pretty two storey shop, with an ornate balcony piece above on the upper window.
Pickwicks has had grilles added to its frontage, with some of the large glazed windows filled in with panelling.
I believe that the 4 shops will become either a butchers, bakers, ironmongers or a grocers, but I'm not sure which is which yet, except for the old bakers just up the hill, which will remain as such.
It has slowly been covered in ply panels to give it a more olde worlde look. They've also been working on the flat above this shop (accessed through that green hallway below), adding a fabulous William Morris wallpaper to one of the rooms...not that I'm nosey or anything! ;-))
I'm not back at the shop now until Thursday, so it will be interesting to see how much further on the transformations will be. I think the aim is for filming to start next week.
I also wanted to include a photo of the Market Cross, which was looking particularly magnificent in the June sunshine today.
The gorgeous weather has also brought many Glastonbury Festival goers to the town, eager to start their holiday early. Fingers crossed that the sunshine continues and they can all enjoy the celebrations to mark the 40th year of the festival.