I saw this whilst I was out and about over the Christmas period. But where did I see it?

Tree of Chocolates

20 Comments CherryPie on Jan 3rd 2010

20 Responses to “Out and About”

  1. “But where did I see it?”

    In a shopping centre?

  2. Bernard says:

    You can’t expect us males to know anything about shopping, especially a Mall with dozens of ‘Designer’clothes shops.
    Now had they been second-hand book shops, clock shops and antique shops I would have probably got it right!

    • CherryPie says:

      I didn’t do any shopping whilst I was there ;-0 I did however have a good look round the bookshop, although it wasn’t a second hand one.

  3. MTG says:

    An easy one. The Testicular Shopping Shrine at Holyplastic.

  4. There’s a similar one by Ferrero Rocher just outside Ngee Ann City


    • CherryPie says:

      That is a pretty cool version of the tree, I hadn’t seen that one.

      OK, a clue to where my pic was taken.

      It a Ferrero Rocher promotion and three trees were located in three UK cities with associated promotional events.

      I wasn’t at the event, I just saw the tree and thought it would make a good photo :-)

  5. I would guess the Lidl in Tipton? Can I have a Ferrero Rocher now?

  6. Andi says:

    Birmingham Bull Ring? I nearly took a picture myself, but my phone camera is a bit naff, so I decided not to bother…

  7. Phidelm says:

    Darwin Centre, Shrewsbury?

    • CherryPie says:

      Good guess but no, although I nearly went there yesterday. I am so glad my car was blocked in first thing in the morning so I didn’t I might have got caught up in this.

  8. liz says:

    Are those all ferrero Rocher choccies too?!!

  9. Bernard says:

    Birmingham Bull Ring?……Birmingham Bull Ring?
    My Granny used to take me up to the Bull Ring when I was four.
    We went on the tram. It was an open air market. I can remember our Nan buying us some (live) baby chickens.
    That is nothing like the real Bull Ring. I can see I shall have to dig out a bit of real history from my archives.
    PS I can always remember this huge un-exploded bomb at the top of the steps going in. It was bombed during the war and there was no roof on the hall. The bomb was empty and was used to collect money for the British Legion. I remember climbing up on this huge bomb to put pennies in the slot. Ah……the Bull Ring.

    • CherryPie says:

      Oh! Wow! I would love to see those old archives.

      I remember the Bull Ring before it was transformed into the modern complex it is now, but I am guessing your view is even different again!