Number 72 in North Street crowned winner of annual Sudbury Christmas Window Display competition
A magical scene from a renowned Charles Dickens tale has been crowned the winner of this year’s Sudbury Christmas Window Display Competition.
Based in North Street, Number 72 recreated characters from the 19th century novel A Christmas Carol.
The charity, which provides vital support for families and individuals in the community, featured well-known characters in its display, including the protagonist Ebenezer Scrooge and the ghost of Jacob Marley.
The annual initiative – supported by the Free Press – is hosted each year in a bid to boost local trade.
“It’s attracted lots of attention from people walking past the centre,” said Rob McNeish. “It was lovely to see young children looking at the display; we wanted to do something that local people would enjoy.”
Members of the public lent the charity various antiques, including a candelabra, to help recreate the Victorian era.