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Winners of autumn-themed shop windows in Cleethorpes announced

11:18 am, Tuesday, 3rd November 2020 - 3 years ago


Oranges, yellows and browns have filled the windows of many shops in Cleethorpes town centre over the last few weeks.

The judges have judged and the public has voted on Facebook for their favourite autumn-themed shop windows. 

Most businesses who have taken part in the shop window competition have been part of the popular Monster Trail, which has been taking Cleethorpes by storm over the last couple of weeks, with lots of families getting out and about spotting the cute monsters.

  • Winner of the large business category (3+ shops) for the autumn-themed shop window competition was the British Red Cross shop on St Peter’s Avenue
  • Winner of the independent business category for the autumn-themed shop window competition was Arttopia who are located on Grant Street
  • Winner of the popular Facebook vote was the British Red Cross with more than 200 votes

Councillor Callum Procter, portfolio holder for tourism, heritage and culture, and one of the judges, said: “It’s fantastic to see so many local businesses getting involved and seeing so many people taking part in the Monster Trail. It was a pleasure to help judge the competition and see all the wonderful displays and autumnal colours.”

The Monster Trail, which was due to end this Saturday, has now ended early due to the upcoming lockdown. However, the public can still do the trail until Wednesday as shops taking part will be open until then.

Completed entries should be handed in to The Paint Box on Cambridge Street. Winners are expected to be announced next week with the top prize of £100 to spend with a Cleethorpes town centre business.

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