In addition to the festivities taking place in Beverley this Christmas, including the Beverley Festival of Christmas and the Made in East Yorkshire Christmas Market, the town centre shops will come alive with festive window displays, in a new and exciting Christmas Window Dressing Competition.
Browse around the towns shops and businesses, taking a look in their festive windows and let us know which window you think looks the most eye-catching and engaging. Windows will be twinkling with delights and have photo opportunities for shoppers and families to share via social media. So get looking, snapping and share the festive spirit in Beverley this Christmas.
Voting will be open on the day of the Festival of Christmas, Sunday, 12th December and will remain open throughout the week so that people are able to vote during the ‘Made in East Yorkshire’ Christmas market which will run until the 17th December.
Vote for your favourite window online via a short survey, a QR code will be created and this will be distributed throughout the town.
Voting will also be available in person through various channels at the Christmas Markets festivals to ensure that it is accessible to all.
Businesses can get involved by making their window displays look the best they have ever looked. It would be great if businesses can promote the competition on social media ahead of the event, including the voting link which can be shared ahead of the event ready for voting to open on the 12th December.
The winning business will be praised and promoted by East Riding of Yorkshire Council and our partners in a local good news story which will celebrate local businesses and their hard work throughout the festive season.
If you are a business that would like to get involved and have any queries, please contact the Local Growth team on email@example.com
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