Last week was Tissington's turn, now Ashford in the Water has become the centre of attention - at least if you're looking for well-dressings.
There are six wells spread around this small village, with a wide variety of designs from Puccini's Madame Butterfly to a very hungry caterpillar and a tiger coming to tea.
This one celebrates the designs of Scottish architect and artist Charles Rennie Mackintosh, with one of his art nouveau roses as the centrepiece and below a depiction of Hill House, Helensburgh which he designed.
A timely reminder to Save The Bees
and a celebration of 70 years of National Parks
There was also a flower festival taking place in the church - worth a look if it's open -
and Ashford itself a charming village, with roses climbing round many of the local Derbyshire stone windows.
We sat a while down by the river Wye, watching the ducks floating downstream and flying back up, like children on a slide, before heading off for the next part of our day out.