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The streets of Woodbridge have once again been turned into a winter wonderland as part of our annual Christmas Window Competition.

Shops from across the town were invited to take part in five different categories.

Judges on this year’s panel included Mayor of Woodbridge Patrick Gillard, District Councillor Kay Yule and Choose Woodbridge Treasurer Geoff Holdcroft.

The judges were particularly impressed by this year’s displays and the variety on offer.

Local department store Barretts took home this year’s Champions Shield, its second top-prize in 22 years.

Scott Matheson-Barr, Director of this year’s sponsors G&K Estates, said: “Always a great effort, but the Barretts team excelled this year with a fun filled presentation around the store.”

The winners in each of this year’s categories were:

Non-Retail Window Winner - St.Mary's Church Centre

The Mayor of Woodbridge outside a Christmas display
Small Window Winner -  10 Market Hill

The Mayor outside a Christmas display
Medium Window Winner – Amore

The Mayor outside a Christmas display
Large Window Winner – Barretts

The Mayor outside a Christmas display

John Risby, Director of Choose Woodbridge, said: “Our annual competition is always great fun and helps bring the Christmas spirit to our town.

“I am very thankful to all who have taken part, who alongside those who have donated to our Christmas Lights Appeal have helped make Woodbridge such a festive place to shop this December.”