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Who had the best festive windows in Gorleston?

PUBLISHED: 15:43 15 February 2018 | UPDATED: 15:47 15 February 2018

Gorleston-on-Sea Heritage Group chairman Les Cockrill and vice chairman Violet Bell 
present the trophy and a certificate to the winners at Keith�s.
Picture: GOSH

Gorleston-on-Sea Heritage Group chairman Les Cockrill and vice chairman Violet Bell present the trophy and a certificate to the winners at Keith�s. Picture: GOSH

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The Gorleston-on-Sea Heritage Group (GOSH) has announced the judging results for its annual festive window display awards.

Julie Harrigan the manager of the High Street branch of Barnardo s is presented with a runners up certificate by GOSH chairman Les Cockrill. Picture: GOSHJulie Harrigan the manager of the High Street branch of Barnardo s is presented with a runners up certificate by GOSH chairman Les Cockrill. Picture: GOSH

The overall winner was the Gorleston High Street butcher’s shop Keith’s.

GOSH Chairman Les Cockrill and vice chairman Violet Bell presented the trophy and certificate to the team at Keith’s. The runners up were Catrina’s Bridalwear, Barnardo’s charity shop and St John Ambulance whose Beavers Group had created an impressive display in the windows of their Baker Street headquarters.

Catrina Spanton of Catrina�s Bridalwear receives her runners up certificate from GOSH chairman Les Cockrill.
Picture: GOSHCatrina Spanton of Catrina�s Bridalwear receives her runners up certificate from GOSH chairman Les Cockrill. Picture: GOSH

Through the dedication of its 20 members, Gosh has managed to put on countless exhibitions, publish three books and unearth hundreds of historic gems.

The group meets in the Macey Room of the Shrublands Youth and Adult Centre 10am to noon on the second Tuesday of the month, except in January and August.

For information visit gorleston-on-sea-heritage-group.webnode.com





























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