Xmas shop window display competition

Due to lockdown and most retailers having no choice other than to close their shops, the Town Council have decided that the Christmas Retail Competition should go ahead to fully support the businesses of Bridlington

Hopefully Bridlington businesses should be re-opening after the 2nd December and the Town Council have decided to extend the Christmas Retail Competition until Sunday 6th December to allow all retailers who wish to enter the competition a fair chance of entering by decorating their window with Christmas cheer and sparkle so they can still be rewarded for their decorations by being a part of a competition this year 2020.

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