Well I shall tell you... :)
She was hiding there as part of a fun competition organised by the town council for the children during half term week. The idea was to walk around the town and find the 10 witches lurking inside the shop windows. A competition form had to be filled in and when complete, handed into the Tourist Information Centre for a winner to be drawn today.
And the significance of the witch? Well the winner would win family tickets to Wookey Hole Caves where visitors can learn of the witch who once lived inside the caves, but who was turned to stone by Father Bernard!
Who caused quite a stir on the Market Place!
Thankfully my canopy kept my shop reasonably cool inside for most of the day. It also served its other purpose too and I sold several items from outside.
This flower seller was a new stall on the market this week - With small bouquets for just £1 each, I was able to treat the shop to some pastel pink roses and spray carnations.
I'd also just like to mention this wonderful stall selling homemade cupcakes, run by two lovely ladies who are friends. They call their business Cupcake Garden, as unlike many of the cupcake sellers around at the moment, they have an added selling point...
Each cake comes in a plastic dome with a seeded shape stuck to the lid. After the cake has been enjoyed, the wild flower seeded paper shape can be planted with a few millimetres of soil inside its own little green house.
More details can be found on the girl's website.