Judging of the annual Andover Town Centre Festive Window Competition, organised by the Andover Town Centre Partnership, took place in the town centre this week.
The Mayor of Test Valley, Cllr Karen Hamilton was joined by Cllr Iris Anderson and Test Valley Borough Council Economic Development Officer David Gleave to judge this year’s entrants. Despite a record number of businesses taking part and a very high standard of designs, the judges unanimously agreed that Mooch on Bridge Street were worthy winners. They were also particularly impressed with Ladida and Forget-me-not Florists who were awarded joint runners up.
Chris Gregory, Andover Town Centre Manager commented “thank you to all of the town centre businesses who took part in this year’s competition. Our congratulations go to the team at Mooch who created the winning window display. The judges were very impressed by their stylish and eye-catching design”.
The Mayor presented to staff at Mooch with a cheque for £50 for their chosen charity – The Countess of Brecknock Hospice.