Window prize split between two

Oxfords of Cambridge manager Tanya Konings in front of the store’s winning display.

Oxfords of Cambridge and Rumor took out joint first place in the Fieldays shop window display competition, sharing a Good George brewery tour and a dinner package.

The theme of the displays was a throwback to what the stores would have looked like in the 1960s, when Fieldays began.

Madison’s, Footloose Shoes Cambridge, Deli on the Corner, Holmes & Co, Bettie Munroe and Cambridge Photo & Print also decorated their windows, adding a nostalgic flavour to the town and providing something different for locals and the many visitors who flock here for Fieldays.

Joint first place winner Rumor, with their tribute to Fieldays.

 

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