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Monday, December 2, 2019

Civic team judges Christmas windows competition

* Deputy mayor Issie Richards and mayor Jon Haddy 
are now deliberating on the competition winners.

Llangollen's mayor and deputy mayor have been out and about in town this morning (Monday) judging this year's competition to find the most attractive window displays in the run-up to Christmas.

The contest was organised as part of the annual Christmas festival, which was successfully held last Saturday.

Prizes and certificates are up for grabs for the most attractive displays and mayor Cllr Jon Haddy along with deputy mayor Cllr Issie Richards braved the freezing weather to closely scrutinise the frontages of shops and other businesses. 

They were joined by Jane Cheminais representing her husband Austin 'Chem', the town crier,  

Chem, who chairs the Christmas Festival committee, said: “Our family orientated festival attracts over 2,000 people into Llangollen town centre and the Christmas shopping experience offered by local traders is an important element of our success.

“In the busy Christmas period, there is nothing more important than the shop front or business window display to attract customers through the door and create a colourful and festive experience for shoppers.”

Deliberations on the displays are now going ahead ready for the announcement of the winners later this week on llanblogger.

Judging goes ahead at some the entrants' premises ...

* Cllrs Richards and Haddy along with Jane Cheminais, centre, at Lily Rose Interiors.

* Jade's Hair and Beauty ...

* Tenovus charity shop ...

* Wingetts estate agents ...

* Ty Nook ...

* and Riverbanc.

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