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December 23 2014.

Many of Seaford’s shops took part in the recent Christmas Window Dressing competition, bringing an abundance of tinsel, lights and a great variety of festive decorations on display for the town's Christmas shoppers to enjoy.

The judging panel consisted of the Mayor of Seaford, Mark Brown, Mayor of Telscombe Cliffs, Wayne Botting, Mayor of Peacehaven, Robbie Robertson, Dave Argent and Joe Fackler from the Seaford Chamber of Commerce, Freeman of the Town, Laurie Holland and President of the Seahaven Lionesses, Brenda Gomersall.

Certificates were presented to the winners by the Mayor of Seaford. 

First place was awarded to Premier Travel for its snow scene with baby deer featuring as part of the display. Second place was awarded to Foam & Fabrics for a wonderful use of products and great handmade crafts. Third place went to Wynne’s, whose sleeping Santa Claus captured the attention of the judges. 

Representatives of the winning businesses were invited to attend the Council Chambers to receive their prizes in the form of vouchers for their choice of restaurant in Seaford, which were presented to them by Mayor Mark Brown. 

Mayor Brown said: “We would like to thank all those who took part in the competition this year. It was great to see everyone getting into the festive spirit and trying their best. We believe it was appropriate that the prizes given to the winners should support local businesses. I now look forward to seeing next year’s displays.”

Pictured: Mayor of Seaford Mark Brown with winner Premier Travel and below, runner-up Foam & Fabrics.