Coronation Street! How does your Garden Grow?

Coronation Street, How does your Garden Grow

This week has been a rather busy and slightly chaotic one but featuring in my How does your Garden Grow??? Is the Famous Coronation Street!… We were very privileged to pay the old Manchester Quay Street Filming Set a visit. So of course my camera came right along with me and i just so happened to notice some flowers.

Coronation Street Orange Tulip outside of Cast Canteen

Before our Tour round the Studios and the famous Cobble Street began, we waited in the Cast Canteen which was were the stars of Coronation Street would have they lunch/tea in between filming. The Old studios/sets were left behind in December 2013 for  Brand new Studios and New cobbles in Salford. For a very short time the old studios are open to the public, then there will be closed forever.

Coronation Street Flowers outside of the Cast Canteen

The Cast Canteen has double doors that you can walk outside and sit outside on the decking area which goes all around the building. They is a fence (hence why i couldn’t get any closer haha), but there is a gorgeous lawn going around with lovely trees and the odd flower here and there… Its very calming and idyllic which i guess you would really want when you’ve had a hectic day of filming.

13 thoughts on “Coronation Street! How does your Garden Grow?

  1. Mammasaurus

    Cool! How nice to know they can go and chill in the garden between filming – loving this stealthy peek into Corrie Life!!!

    Thank you for joining in and sharing again 🙂

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  2. Hellie's Corner

    I have been to the Granada studios for a tour years ago, it was great fun and very interesting. Nice to see a bit of greenery near to those famous cobbles. #hdygg

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  3. tracey

    Oh it’s nice to see some gardens at the studio, usually the only time you see any gardens on Corrie is when the characters are arguing with each other over their back fence!

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  4. there and back again... a mother's tale

    Hello from a fellow Northerner! Lovely post, nice to see a little bit of Corrie featuring! #hdygg a few of us Northern Mam Bloggers get together on Wednesdays 8-9 for #nemumshour on Twitter if you ever fancy joining in!

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