Christmas lights winners receive awards
winning entries in Burnham and Highbridge's annual Christmas lights
competition received their awards this week.
panel of judges from the town council - Cllrs Peter Burridge-Clayton,
Pat Burge and Cllr Dennis Davey - toured both towns during December
to decide on the best Christmas lighting displays.
on Monday (January 4th), the winners received their trophies and
certificates from Mayor Derick Cooper and the judges, as pictured
the homes category in Burnham, first place was won by 2 Trinity
Close (pictured above), while second prize went to 40 Love Lane.
The runners-up were 1 Ashcott Place and 17 Rosewood Avenue.
In Highbridge, the top award went to 10 Jasmine Close (pictured
below) while second spot was awarded to 30 Fairford Road. The
runners-up were 54 Poplar Estate and 27 Clover Way.
best decorated business premises were Highbridge DIY and, in second
place, the Secret World Charity shop in Burnham.
Burridge-Clayton told Burnham-On-Sea.com: "There were a few
less displays than last year but the standard was still excellent.
There were so many outstanding displays that it made the judging
really hard. Clearly, a lot of effort went in by the winners."