Trophies for winning traders

From left, Chamber of Trade President Janet Jefferson presents the Large Shop winners sheild to Elaine Truman and Chris Golder from Boyes, and Chamber Vice President Victoria Clark presents the Small Shop winners shield to Sheila Higgins of Stage Struck and Eveline Hart from A Touch Of Glass 110124
From left, Chamber of Trade President Janet Jefferson presents the Large Shop winners sheild to Elaine Truman and Chris Golder from Boyes, and Chamber Vice President Victoria Clark presents the Small Shop winners shield to Sheila Higgins of Stage Struck and Eveline Hart from A Touch Of Glass 110124
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RETAILERS in Scarborough have been rewarded for adding a touch of sparkle to the town centre this Christmas.

The Scarborough and District Chamber of Trade and Commerce have rewarded traders who put in an extra effort to make their windows festive over the Christmas period.

Board Members of the Chamber judged shop windows in the town centre over the Christmas break and chose their winning entries.

Chamber president Cllr Janet Jefferson said: “We are sincerely grateful to those shops that go that extra mile to decorate their windows and contribute a great deal to Christmas in Scarborough.

“Decorated windows add to the atmosphere of the festive period in the town and help to make it extra special for residents and visitors alike.”

This year’s winner of the annual Chamber Christmas window competition for the Large Shop category was W Boyes and Co, for their festive spectacular in Queen Street. The trophy was presented by Cllr Jefferson.

The Next store, in the Brunswick Shopping Centre was Highly Commended for its snow flake themed display.

The Small Shop category saw joint winners this year, the trophy, presented by the Chamber vice president Victoria Clark, was awarded to A Touch of Glass in Newborough and Stage Struck in Bar Street.