Unusual Front Gardens #31: Halloween II

The "Chamber of Horrors" I found in Queen's Square

Like the film of the same name, there had to be a sequel to the Halloween garden I found in 2013. Today's example takes the display a little further with the introduction of a "Chamber of Horrors" aka the "Brexit Nightmare" garden.

It injects some fun into these less humorous times and like the garden's creators I'm posting this photo as such, not as a political statement. They've placed buckets on their railings in order to raise funds for an inspirational local charity, Jamie's Farm. Last year they raised £1,500.

Unlike my previous Halloween garden, which just focused on some of the more traditional imagery, this is an example which won't stand the test of time.

I have an inkling the display was created before this week's vote on having a general election. Otherwise their "Chamber of Horrors" may have been called "The Nightmare Before Christmas" instead. ๐Ÿ˜‰๐Ÿ˜œ๐Ÿ˜Š

Introducing the display and the valuable work of Jamie's Farm

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