Window dressing becomes a competitive sport in Alcester - The Stratford Observer

Window dressing becomes a competitive sport in Alcester

WINDOW decorating has become a competitive sport in Alcester.

Alcester Window Wanderland 2024 ran from Saturday January 20 to Sunday January 28 and saw creative townsfolk battle it out for prizes.

Over 40 window makers took part and this year there were four themed categories, judged by Alcester mayor Coun Vaughan Blake.

Headway won the community window category with its stained glass effect window calling for donations and volunteers.

Our Lady’s Catholic Primary School won first price in the positive message category.

80 Alauna Avenue won the creative award and 18 Rope Walk took home the save the planet trophy.

Window Wanderland is an award-winning project, which provides resources for communities around the world to set up their own magical window displays throughout the year.

Buy Photos

Buy photos online from the Stratford Observer newspaper.


Advertise with the Stratford Observer to reach your audience


Weddings, Birthdays, Bereavements, Thank you notices, Marriages and more.


Receive a weekly update to your inbox by signing up to our weekly newsletter.