Letchworth’s Best Dressed Jubilee Window crowned
JUDGES gave their stamp of approval to a town’s Best Dressed Jubilee Window yesterday (Wednesday).
Postal Pursuits in The Arcade was crowned the overall winner in the town centre competition organised by Love Letchworth and the Comet to get in the spirit of the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee.
Owner Thomas Humfrey also won the most innovative category after decorating one side of the shop with portraits of the Queen throughout her life and creating a colour mosaic from stamps on the other side.
The most humorous window title was awarded to The Christian Bookshop in Leys Avenue, while scooping most patriotic window was Aspidistra Florist in Station Road.
The final award was decided by a public vote on Facebook with Funkydory in The Wynd being named as the people’s favourite.
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Letchworth GC town centre manager Lee Boswell said: “We wanted Letchworth town centre to be one of the most patriotic towns and with all the red, white and blue bunting and many amazing jubilee window displays the town is putting on a visual treat for shoppers and visitors. Tommy’s winning window definitely has the wow factor. Thank you to all the retailers who took part for your brilliant efforts.”
Judge Michael Paterson added: “A special mention must go to The Wynd traders who really got into the jubilee spirit and made such a huge effort. Congratulations to all the winners and especially to Tommy for his outstanding design.”
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