The Annual Guisborough Town Council Best Dressed Window competition saw a high standard of entries this year with Daisy Bloom & Oh Abigail on Chaloner Street with their Swan Lake theme being judged as the Best Dressed Window by Guisborough Town Council Vice-Chair, Cllr Mrs Hazel Meynell and Guisborough Citizen of the Year, Heather Barker.
Guisborough Town Council held its annual Local Craft and Produce Show in Sunnyfield House on Saturday 10th August.
The show attracted a good variety of exhibits and the standard was excellent throughout all of the sections.
The Town Council introduced a young citizen of the year award, also presented by Guisborough Mayor, Councillor Mrs Janice Skelton, she said; “I am pleased to be the first Guisborough Mayor to present the Young Citizen of the year awards, which are being awarded to three young people who have been nominated and chosen for their work within our local community, these awards are to publicly celebrate their valuable contributions and acknowledge their citizenship work”. Each winner was presented with award certificates and a £25 gift voucher for Guisborough Bookshop.
The Young Citizen of the Year under 11 yrs award went to; Miss Ava Jackson of St. Paulinus Primary School.
The Young Citizen of the Year 11 yrs -16yrs award went to; Miss Lois Marley of Laurence Jackson School.
The Young Citizen of the Year 17 yrs - 21yrs award went to; Miss Rebecca Axford of Prior Pursglove College.