UK Post box art

Love it. I’m tempted to try to buy some big googly eyes and do some undercover post box decoration.

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I’ve been thinking the same! :eyes: x

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From Outwood, Surrey last summer.


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Spotted this little bunny in Carshalton Beeches today.

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And these knitting chicks or chicking knits in Riverhead, Sevenoaks today.



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One of the numerous ones in my home town in Surrey.

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Seen today in Derby:

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We have an Easter postbox topper now too!
I am in awe of the creativity.

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Same postbox as before with a joke on the side.

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This is, again, the box in Outwood, Surrey, taken last autumn. They seem to change it regularly.

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Spotted in Hurst, Berkshire, today:


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More Easter loveliness spotted today in Nottingham, thank you @xxxxyyyyzzzz for starting this lovely thread! :hugs:

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The Green Man postbox topper at Avebury, Wiltshire. The Green Man is a symbol of rebirth, representing the cycle of new growth that occurs every spring.


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That’s amazing! I wonder what other variations there are on spring (or other seasonal) symbols.

We have here a very strange one, complete with decapitated plastic dolls. The Damien Hurst of postbox toppers? This postbox is just round the corner from where I live and I didn’t know it was even here. A road I rarely go down.

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Did you see any of the others in the area?

The RNLI one gets swapped for some seasonal ones… had a spider one for Halloween.

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I didn’t! It was a passing visit on the coastal path :grin:

Maybe this one, hiding away, didn’t have a topper on…

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This is another strange one. Why does it have toiletries on top? It’s outside a block of flats now, but it used to be our cottage hospital, so I don’t think they’ve done this for a relevant location.

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