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Vote for your favourite christmas display

Vote for your favourite christmas display

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By All About Newtown

Newtown residents now have the exciting opportunity to cast their votes for their favorite festive display among the participating businesses.

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Town Council's Festive Window Wonderland competition is turning the streets into a dazzling display of creativity and festive cheer. The competition, featuring a variety of beautifully adorned shop windows, has captured the imagination of locals and visitors alike.

To participate in this competition, simply visit the official voting form at https://forms.office.com/e/j5E6w0QVgE and choose your favorite display from the list of participating businesses. Voting is open until Friday, 8th December.

The winning business will not only receive the admiration of the community but will also be awarded a special certificate of recognition from the Town Council, commemorating their contribution to Newtown's festive ambiance.

So, grab your family, friends, and maybe a cup of hot cocoa, and embark on a festive journey through Newtown's streets.

The full list of participating windows are:

  • Waste Not Newtown (3-4 Broad Street)
  • Nail Envy (5 Market Street)
  • Costa Coffee (4 High Street)
  • 7ern Island (3 Tasey House, Market Street)
  • Cancer Research UK (13 Market Street)
  • Morris Marshall & Poole Lettings Hub (Plas Yn Dre, 22 Broad Street)
  • Bloomers Florist (30 Broad Street)
  • McCartneys (39 Broad Street)
  • Sylvia's Barbershop (7 Shortbridge Street)
  • Hair By Esty (1-2 Park Street)
  • Severn Hospice Community Shop (29 Broad Street)
  • Milwyn Jenkins Solicitors (Crawford House, 1 Severn Square)
  • No1 High Street, (1 High Street)
  • Hughes Architects (29 Broad Street)
  • Mollies Sweet Shop (12 Bear Lanes)
  • Hair Affair (27 Broad Street)
  • British Red Cross Charity Shop (25 Shortbridge Street)
  • The Salvation Army (7-8 Market Street)
  • Morris Marshall and Poole (10 Broad Street)
  • Knit and Natter Newtown (10 Bear Lanes)
  • The Badger Sett (16 Market Street)
  • Not on the Corner Shop (4 Shortbridge Street)
  • HSBC Bank (The Cross, 1 Broad Street)
  • The Lion (Shortbridge Street)
  • KCA Kitchens (10 Market Street)
  • Meatmasters Butchery (Merchant House, High Street)
  • 9 Thai Restaurant (16 Shortbridge Street)
  • 23 Social (12-13 Broad Street)
  • Monty Club (11 Broad Street)
  • Dressmakers Daughter (16 Severn Street)
  • I.C. Quality Meats (Unit 4, Shortbridge Street)

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