Naughty Mutt Nice Wins Halloween Competition With Fa-boo-lous Window

Naughty Mutt Nice’s boo-ti-ful window was judged to be the most spook-tacular Halloween window yesterday in the Town Council’s  competition judged by Henley Mayor, Councillor Michelle Thomas and David Eggleton from Henley Historic Tours who donated prizes of his new Ghost of the Cavalier London Dry Gin.

Karole Roberson, Owner of Naughty Mutt Nice said, “We feel extremely proud to have won the competition. We enjoy participating in the town’s events and incentives for the ‘shop local’ movement and really feel like being a part of a great community. The concept and idea was a join team effort. Tilly Mathews, the salon manager came up with the doggie character and mood for the window and Lee Malton-Kerns executed frightfully beautiful. We are so happy! Thanks to the judges and happy Halloween everyone!”

Henley Mayor, Michelle said, “There were some truly spooktacular window displays this year I really hope shoppers enjoy the very enticing windows displaying their products.  Cllr Eggleton and I agreed on may on the entries and ultimately decided to award the winners based on how well they had stuck to the brief of ‘Haunted Henley’.  My congratulations to the winners but a huge thank you to all traders and cafes who took part.”

David Eggleton said, “A big thank you to everyone who took part, unfortunately there can only be one winner.  They were all amazing windows.  I would have like to see a few more businesses getting involved as I think these competitions bring out people to the high street which is good for business and it is a nice adventure for young children. With Christmas coming up and another window competition, I hope more businesses will join in.”

Lawsons Goldsmiths in Duke Street were runners-up in second place and Harris + Hoole were third.