Corika’s the best-dressed
THE winner of this year s best-dressed shop window in Huntingdon is Corika, the fashion store in the High Street. The second prize also went to a clothes shop, GIA in Chequers Court and third place went to last year s trophy winners, Parsley Pot, also in
THE winner of this year's best-dressed shop window in Huntingdon is Corika, the fashion store in the High Street.
The second prize also went to a clothes shop, GIA in Chequers Court and third place went to last year's trophy winners, Parsley Pot, also in the High Street.
The winner of the best non-retail window, sponsored by Huntingdon Town Centre Partnership, was Pinx hairdressers in George Street.
The competition is organised by Huntingdon Town Council with prizes of cheques valued £100, £50 and £25 made out to the charities of the winners' choice, due to be presented tonight (Wednesday) at a reception after the council's annual Civic Carol Service at the Commemoration Hall.
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Mayor of Huntingdon, Councillor Jennifer Sarabia, said: "Shops in the town have made the best effort ever this year to brighten up the High Street with festive cheer. There was a strong traditional theme this year using Christmas trees and some imaginative effort to co-ordinate shop frontage colour with the displays.
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