Saddleworth Bright Lights – Saddleworth Christmas Illumination Results

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The judging of the Annual Saddleworth Christmas Illuminations competition took place on Wednesday 6th December 2017. The panel of judges consisted of the Chairman of the Parish Council, Councillor Nikki Kirkham, Parish Councillors John Hudson and Pam Byrne and the Clerk to the Council, Pam Bailey.
Entries had been invited for the following categories:

• Best Shop Window;
• Best Pub / Licenced Premises;
• Best Residential Property; and
• Best Community;

 

The judges’ decision was as follows:

BEST SHOP WINDOW
Winner NK Hair Studio, 78 High Street, Uppermill
Highly Commended Millgate Hair Studio, 5a Millgate, Delph
Commended Pause a Second, 76 High Street, Uppermill

BEST PUB / LICENSED PREMISES
Winner The King William IV, Chew Valley Road, Greenfield
Highly Commended The White Lion, 1 Delph Lane, Delph
Commended Uppermill Conservative Club, High Street, Uppermill

BEST RESIDENTIAL PROPERTY
Winner Billy & Jess, 10 Heywood lane, Springhead
Highly Commended Peter Percival, 14 Clayton’s Close, Springhead
Commended Lyndsay Ley, 60 Burnedge Fold Road, Grasscroft

BEST COMMUNITY
Winner Wake Up Delph
Highly Commended Clayton’s Close, Springhead

The prizes will be awarded at a presentation evening on Thursday 21st December.

Pam Bailey, Clark to the Council told Saddleworth News: ” As ever the standard of entries was very high and the judges’ decision has not been easy. The Parish Council would like to thank all those who took part in the competition and wish everyone a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year.”

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