I’d like to say a massive “Thank you!” to everyone who entered the Business Christmas Window Display Competition in December. All the hard work resulted in Ruddington looking very festive and welcoming.
A total of 11 businesses entered, namely: Phoenix Flowers, Classic Cuts, Amanda Findlay Eyecare, Julia’s Kitchen, Black Cat Café, Perkins Hardware, Summers at Eleven, The Old Bakehouse Tearoom, The Pamper Room, Home Interiors and The Lovely Little Wool Shop.
The team of independent judges remarked on the very high standard of entries once again this year, which made their job even harder (although of course, we all know that everyone is a winner!)
In the end, the judges’ decision was:
- First Place – The Lovely Little Wool Shop (pictured above)
- Second Place – Phoenix Flowers
- Joint Third Place – Classic Cuts and Julia’s Kitchen
- Highly Commended – Summers at Eleven and The Old Bakehouse Tearoom
The presentations were carried out by the Chairman of Ruddington Parish Council, Councillor Allen Wood.
Councillor Marion Pell