Here are the best Christmas windows in Woodbridge

Town Councillor Kay Yule had the honour of presenting the awards

Town Councillor Kay Yule had the honour of presenting the awards - Credit: Scott Matheson-Barr

After a year of hardship and uncertainty, Woodbridge businesses have gone all out with their Christmas window displays, competing for the crown of best dressed.

The annual contest, created by G&K Estates, is now in its 21st year, and has become a “highly sought-after" event in the town’s calendar, explains Scott Matheson-Barr, principle of the estate agency.  

“The whole town gets involved in it, I get phone calls all the time asking when it’s going to be run. Everybody who won this year was just really happy, after a year of hardship and real effort."

Vanil won the best small window category while Little White Box was named best medium window.

Mandy Leeson of Vanil won the best small window category.

Mandy Leeson of Vanil won the best small window category. - Credit: Scott Matheson-Barr

Rebecca Brooker of Little White Box won the best medium window category

Rebecca Brooker of Little White Box won the best medium window category - Credit: Scott Matheson-Barr

Barretts of Woodbridge won the best large window while the best non-retail window was won by Cornerstone Residential.

Jill Grist of Barretts of Woodbridge won the best large window category

Jill Grist of Barretts of Woodbridge won the best large window category - Credit: Scott Matheson-Barr

David Farrow and Donna Green of Cornerstone Residential won the best non-retail window category

David Farrow and Donna Green of Cornerstone Residential won the best non-retail window category - Credit: Scott Matheson-Barr

Little White Box, a new business, was also the winner of the coveted Champions Shield.

Mr Matheson-Barr said: “So many people enjoyed her window, especially the door with all the letters, and the amount of people I heard, walking up and down the thoroughfare with the dog, saying 'Look, it’s the Harry Potter door!' 

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"All the kids were pointing at it, telling their mums to have a look. It was such good fun.”