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Fenwick Christmas Window Newcastle 2020 Photos – Wind And the Willows

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Wednesday, 18th November, 2020

Fenwick Window 2020 Wind And The Willows

It’s been that time of the year again, it’s Christmas which means a few things, and in Newcastle it means the Fenwick Christmas Window.

Fenwick Window for 2020 is Wind And The Willows.

It’s a year that’s been strange, but there’s one thing that 2020 cannot take away, that’s Fenwick Christmas Window. It’s a Newcastle tradition, and it’s still here.

If you’re not from Newcastle or you’re just unaware, Fenwick dresses up their window every year in some kind of theme for the festive season.

As already mentioned, this year the Fenwick Christmas Window is Wind And The Willows.

There are a few changes this year, for obvious reasons. Social distancing is paramount. There’s a barrier in place so you have to form a queue, which is quite normal. There’s a festively dressed elf at each end, with hand sanitiser, and people are more spaced out rather than bunched up.

The window will be there every day until January, so there is no rush if you plan on going. It’s open 9-8pm, which is plenty of time. I happened to be in the town the day I went, so took the opportunity to see it.

Sadly for my photos this year, it was early in the morning and very sunny. There’s a lot of reflections in the photos this year.

As always, each window tells a different part of the story, and here’s every window for you to see if you haven’t already checked it out.

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And that’s it! Fenwick Window 2020 this year. What do you think of Wind & The Willows?

Fenwick Window 2020 - Wind And The Willows

Here’s a panoramic shot of the windows this year. It was early in the morning, so very few people around.

The Queue For Fenwick Window 2020

This was the queue, there wasn’t much of one at this time. Plenty of space to be more than 2m apart.

If you’re going to see it, remember to stay safe.

Fenwick Christmas Windows From Previous Years


Michael Adams

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Michael Adams is the founder and editor of Michael 84, blogger and T-shirt designer from Newcastle, UK. Sharing men's fashion tips, style advice and lifestyle information for all guys.

  1. Nikki Said,

    This is probably my favourite blog post ever! I loved looking back at Fenwick’s Window over the years. My parents used to take me every year as a kid! I live in Beijing now but still always go to Fenwick’s window every single year when I’m home for Christmas! Thanks for capturing it! Nikki x

    posted on Sunday 12th February, 2017 at 3:40
  2. Michael Said,

    Thanks for your comments Nikki, Fenwick Window is great, always brings back childhood memories 🙂

    Michael

    posted on Sunday 12th February, 2017 at 18:14