Winners announced in Cromer Christmas windows, trees and nativities contests

Cromer mayor Tim Adams presents the winner's certificate and shield to representatives from childre

Cromer mayor Tim Adams presents the winner's certificate and shield to representatives from children's shoe shop Happy Feet which came first for the second year running. Photo: DAVE "HUBBA" ROBERTS - Credit: Archant

The prizewinners have been announced following Cromer's well-attended Christmas trees and nativities festivals, and its annual Christmas windows contest.

Cromer mayor Tim Adams presents the winner's certificate and shield to representatives from childre

Cromer mayor Tim Adams presents the winner's certificate and shield to representatives from children's shoe shop Happy Feet which came first for the second year running. Photo: DAVE "HUBBA" ROBERTS - Credit: Archant

The festivals were held in Cromer's St Peter and St Paul Church from December 2 to December 5 and included stalls and children's activities.

Members of the public were asked to vote for their favourite exhibits and windows and the following won: Christmas trees: 1 Cromer Ladies' Lifeboat Guild, 2 Crafts2share/Cromer Parish Church, 3 Cromer Christmas Lights.

Nativities: 1 Cromer Ladies' Lifeboat Guild, 2 North Norfolk Railway, 3 Cromer Parish Church.

Best-dressed Cromer Christmas shop window display: 1 Happy Feet shoe shop, Bond Street; 2 About With Friends café, Tucker Street; 3 Icarus Hines butcher, Church Street.

Children's shoe shop Happy Feet also took first prize last year. Its 2015 theme was a knitted woodland creatures winter scene.