Photos of original Richmond now on walls in Greggs

Photos of Richmond in Yorkshire have gone on display in the shop.

Photographs of Richmond in Yorkshire are now on display in the town’s Greggs.

It comes after the bakery firm faced criticism for using photos of Richmond in Surrey on the walls of the outlet.

The apparent mistake caused national headlines after it was spotted by bemused shoppers following a major refit of the store.

A number of black and white images of Richmond in Yorkshire are now in place on the walls.

Richmond Castle, the falls, the Green Howards Museum and the Market Hall are among the town’s features which appear in the images.

A staff member said the photos had been provided by head office.

 

 

The bakery company hit the headlines earlier this month after it emerged the Richmond, Yorkshire, branch included photos of a bridge over the River Thames and a signpost to London landmarks Tower Bridge and Kew Gardens.

The black and white photos were later removed.

Greggs has so far declined to comment on the issue.

 

 

1 Comment

  1. I don’t know, we are the original Richmond, apparently the original spelling was riche mont meaning strong hill

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