Could your Christmas lights make yours the best dressed house in March?
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Dress to impress is the name of the game with a call to find the most sensational seasonal home in March.
Nominations are invited from members of the public for the most festive house.
Once nominations are received a team of six judges will drive around the town to choose their favourite and the winner will receive a trophy.
Mayor Councillor Rob Skoulding: “It is the second year we are holding the competition and the aim is to bring out the festive side of home owners so that we really light up the town over Christmas time.
“People can nominate themselves or neighbour or friends can nominate their favourite local home.”
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Cllr Skoulding will join members of the March Christmas Lights Committee to judge entries.
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