The Juice Warehouse in Station Road, Epping, has won the 'Love Epping' Halloween shop window competition.
Epping Forest MP Dame Eleanor Laing judged the entries in the competition organised by councillor Holly Whitbread in aid of St Clare Hospice.
As the overall winner ‘The Juice Warehouse’, with its interactive display, has won a VIP table at Archie’s Lounge Bar.
The other winners were:
- Rosewood Pharmacy - which receives a bottomless brunch for four at the Theydon Oak pub, Epping
- Cole's outfitters - wins ‘afternoon tea for two’ at Down Hall Hotel and Spa, Hatfield Heath
- Stevenette and Company LLP Residential Sales and Lettings - receives a painting of Epping by local artist Bill Parkinson
- The Epping Connection - receives a bottle of champagne donated by Millers Estate Agents
Epping Councillor Les Burrows awarded the 'Councillor's Choice' prize of a bottle of champagne to new business ‘So Studios’ for its hand-painted pumpkins.
Other participants included Eden Epping, Smiths Fish & Chips, Montagues Estate Agents, Richard Prior Opticians, Roza Epping, Millers Estate Agents, Cafe Mio and Alexander-Morgan Gallery.
Dame Eleanor said: "I was delighted to be invited to judge the numerous entries and thank Councillor Holly Whitbread for coming up with the idea for the competition.
"The designs were tremendous and involved plenty of hard work by the creative shop and business staff.
"The entries have added something special to Epping High Street in the run-up to Halloween and have helped raise a considerable amount of money for St Clare Hospice."