of Burnham-On-Sea's Christmas lights competition starts
of Burnham and Highbridge's official Christmas lights competition
got underway last night (Wednesday).
councillors Martin Cox and Paul Young, pictured, have the job
of assessing the best decorated homes across the two towns this
they started at Burnham's Trinity Close on Wednesday evening which
has attracted national media attention with its stunning display
of more than 100,000 lights.
Cox told Burnham-On-Sea.com: "We have been greatly impressed
by the quality of the entries in this year's competition which
makes it difficult to choose the winners. We've been looking for
innovation this year and found plenty of creativity with laser
lights and even moving animals."
Young added: "It's been a wonderful effort this year by so
many across Burnham and Highbridge - there are some great entries.
We thank everyone who's entered."
results of the competition, which is run by Burnham and Highbridge
Town Council, will be announced on Burnham-On-Sea.com during the
next few days. The prizes will be presented at a council meeting
are judges Martin Cox and Paul Young assessing the lights in Trinity
Close last night