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Prizes follow Christmas capers

11/1/14- Battle Chamber of Commerce Christmas Awards.  Group photo of award winners- Battle Mayor Cllr Richard Bye, Battle Chamber of Commerce President Alan Deeprose, Paula Williams from 'British Design, British Made', Sue Martin from Boots, Battle and Gill Freeman from Demelza, Battle.

11/1/14- Battle Chamber of Commerce Christmas Awards. Group photo of award winners- Battle Mayor Cllr Richard Bye, Battle Chamber of Commerce President Alan Deeprose, Paula Williams from 'British Design, British Made', Sue Martin from Boots, Battle and Gill Freeman from Demelza, Battle.

Creative businessmen and women who donned some amazing costumes to help make Battle’s Gala Night go with a swing, have been rewarded for their efforts by the Battle Chamber of Commerce.

Boots the Chemist won the best dressed business, after staff wore homemade Quality Street outfits. The best dressed individual prize went to Gill Freeman from Demelza, who was dressed as the charity’s clown mascot. Both these winners were chosen by Battle Mayor Richard Bye, who said that while the individual outfit was easy to choose, picking the best dressed business was a much harder decision to make.

The President of the Battle Chamber of Commerce, Alan Deeprose chose BRITISH design BRITISH made as the winners of the best Christmas window display.

The business only sells items both designed and made in the British Isles including clothing for men, women, children, accessories, homeware, gifts, cards and crafts, including some vintage items. The inspiration for the window was Martin Brockman’s handmade stag.

 

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