Christmas Window Competition Winners

Published: 21 December 2017

We thank all the Loughton businesses that decorated their windows and joined in the town’s festive celebrations in this year’s Christmas Window Competition.  All Christmas themed shop windows were automatically eligible for the competition, and split into three classes of entry – local/independent businesses, multiples/chain stores and charity shops.

The judges this year were town mayor, Philip Abraham, along with councillors Tessa Cochrane and Judy Jennings. 

The winners chosen were Bababoom for its “amazing sparkly display with beautiful tree and lights”; Magnet for its “clever and inventive ideas”; and St Clare Hospice, Debden branch, for its “beautiful and well framed display”.  Congratulations to the winners who received an engraved silver cup and a framed certificate.

See below for photographs of the presentations. 




Winning businesses

£100 donation made to nominated charity by the Town Council





Bababoom, 255 High Road, IG10 1AD

National Autistic Society, 393 City Road, EC1V 1NG.


Ice Events, 53 The Broadway, IG10 3SP



Cafelicious, 57 The Broadway, IG10 3SP


Highly commended

Bizara, 3 Lower Road, IG10 2RS


Highly commended

Lottie Lou, 5A Forest Road, IG10 1DR


Highly commended

Stylers, 6 Valley Hill, IG10 3AA


Highly commended

Little Fidgets, 7 Forest Road, IG10 1DR







Magnet, 215 High Road, IG10 1BB

National Autistic Society, 393 City Road, London EC1V 1NG.


Rhino, 155 High Road, IG10 4LF


Highly commended

Schmidt Kitchens 157 High Road, IG10 4LF


Highly commended

Starbucks, 243 High Road, IG10 1AD


Highly commended

Space NK, High Road, IG10 1AH


Highly commended

Fired Earth, High Road, IG10 1AH







St Clare Hospice Debden

72 The Broadway, Loughton IG10 3SY

St Clare Hospice


Restore Community Centre, 68 The Broadway, IG10 3ST


Highly commended

Haven House, High Road, IG10




 Local / independent class winner Bababoom

Staff members: Jodie & Emelye





 Multiple /chain store class winner

Magnet staff members (L to R):

Lee, Zafar & Manager, Kevin Fernandes






 Charity shop class winner St Clare Hospice

Manager Paula Smith, with Mark Silverman who helped dress the window with Sam Edwards (not pictured)