of Burnham and Highbridge Christmas lights underway
of Burnham and Highbridge's official Christmas lights competition
has been taking place this week.
Mayor Ken Smout was joined town councillors Dennis Davey, Pat
Burge and Tom Nicholls in visiting over 30 of the best displays
across the two towns.
told Burnham-On-Sea.com: "The standard is once again very
good this year and we've been impressed by the wide range of displays
on show. It's great to such a lot of effort being put in. The
displays really bring out the Christmas spirit among residents."
Tuesday evening (December 20th) the judges visited Burnham's Trinity
Close, as pictured, which last week featured on national television,
as we covered here.
results of the competition, which is organised by Burnham and
Highbridge Town Council, will be announced on Burnham-On-Sea.com
during the next few days.
Cash prizes will be awarded to the best displays in several categories
- best individual display (£25, cup and certificate), runner-up
individual display (£10 and certificate), best group entry
(shared shield and certficate) and best business window (£20,
cup and certificate) and runner-up business (£10, cup and
prizes will be presented at the council meeting on 9th January.
Pictured are judges Ken Smout, Dennis
Davey, Pat Burge and Tom Nicholls assessing the lights
in Trinity Close on Tuesday evening