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Armley: Festive shop front competition lights up town centre

Shop owners in Armley celebrated Small Business Saturday by taking part in a festive shop front contest.

Organised by the Armley Town Team, an initiative to improve Armley’s town centre, the Best Dressed Window competition saw a number of businesses decorate their shop fronts with CHristmas trees, lights and garland.

The winning trophy was presented to Lauren Adams of Canine & Co pet boutique and dog grooming.

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First prize went to Canine and Co

Runners up prizes went to Granny T’s Olde Fashioned Sweet Shoppe off Branch Road and the Yorkshire Linen Company.

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Granny T’s on Branch Road was a runner up. Photo: Armley Good Stuff


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Armley’s Yorkshire Linen Company branch was a worthy runner up, too! Photo: Armley Good Stuff.

Judges were Armley councillor Alice Smart, West Leeds Dispatch editor John Baron and Peter Mudge from Leeds City Council.

Small Business Saturday is a grassroots, non-commercial campaign, which highlights small business success and encourages customers to ‘shop local’ and support traders on local high streets.


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