Jubilation in window competition

Presentation of best dressed window prize to Patapestry dolls house shop by Rotary Club of Chatteris. LtoR - Manager Angela Davies, Mike Royce, David Young (tres) and President Patrick Druce. www.fenlandcitizen.co.uk/buyaphoto
Presentation of best dressed window prize to Patapestry dolls house shop by Rotary Club of Chatteris. LtoR - Manager Angela Davies, Mike Royce, David Young (tres) and President Patrick Druce. www.fenlandcitizen.co.uk/buyaphoto
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SHOPS and businesses in both March and Chatteris entered into the Jubilee spirit by decorating their windows on the patriotic theme.

The majority of businesses joined in the fun competition in March, which was organised by the town council.

Abracadabra March presentation of best dressed window prizes by March Mayor Jan French to Graham Claydon-Cox and Robert Skoulding

Abracadabra March presentation of best dressed window prizes by March Mayor Jan French to Graham Claydon-Cox and Robert Skoulding

And it was the same story in Chatteris where 24 retailers joined the competition organised by the town’s Rotary Club.

Winners of the March competition were: Abracadabra - the fancy dress shop in High Street for the large window; the Barber Shop, Station Road for small window and Georges pub in High Street for pub/restaurant. Mayor Jan French presented each with a £50 prize and a commemorative plaque

Chatteris’ winning entry was Patapestry in High Street, with the charity shops Branching Out and Facet in joint second place and Sewsmart in third.

The prizes were presented by Rotary President Patrick Druce helped by Mike Royce and David Young.