Saturday, December 27, 2014


Joanna Leigh Couture receiving the winner's trophy and certificate from Brigg & Goole MP Andrew Percy

Brigg Town Business Partnership staged its annual competition to find the best Christmas windows in the town for 2014.
Joanna Leigh Couture, of Wrawby Road (near the Monument) won first prize; runner-up was Grandad's Shed, in Wrawby Street; third place went to Lucy's Hairdressers, also of Wrawby Street.
The best-dressed festive interior category was won by Brigg Methodist Church, on Barnard Avenue/Wesley Road.
Brigg & Goole MP Andrew Percy joined Coun Jane Kitching and Malcolm Bailey, from the Business Partnership; Town Mayor Coun Edward Arnott, representing Brigg Town Council; and Coun Liz Redfern, leader of North Lincolnshire Council, to visit all the successful premises.
The MP also donated and presented a new trophy for the runner-up.
The competition this year was run in conjunction with the Scunthorpe Telegraph.

Joanna Leigh outside the award-winning shop window with Malcolm Bailey, left, Andrew Percy MP, Coun Liz Redfern and Town Mayor Coun Edward Arnott.

Second place and the new Andrew Percy MP Trophy went to Grandad's Shed (above and below).

Lucy's won third prize
The Rev Wales with the trophy won by Brigg Methodist Church for the best-dressed festive interior.

Andrew Percy MP enjoying a cuppa at Brigg Methodist Church.

Andrew Percy presenting the church with the cup.

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