A charity shop in Witney has created an adorable knitted window display to celebrate the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee.

The Sue Ryder store in Corn Street has created an elaborate display which looks like a Jubilee street party.

Witney Gazette: Picture: Mandy CollettPicture: Mandy Collett

The window front includes scotch eggs, sausages on sticks, sandwiches and cakes, as well as Queen Elizabeth II herself and her corgis.

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While the snacks look good enough to eat they are, in fact, made entirely from wool.

Witney Gazette: Picture: Mandy CollettPicture: Mandy Collett

The cute knitted display is not the first of its kind to appear in the county, or wider country, in the run up to this weekend’s Jubilee celebrations.

Anonymous knitted have come out in force, covering post boxes across Oxfordshire in creative and detailed toppers.


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This story was written by Sophie Perry. She joined the team in 2021 as a digital reporter.

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