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Leigh Windows Trail
Many of you may have seen lots of lovely window artwork popping up around Leigh-on-Sea by local artist Ash Fields.
Leigh-on-Sea Town Council are excited to support Ash, and in-turn our local traders, with his innovative community project – a window trail!
Hoping to launch on 10th December, in-line with late night Thursday shopping in Leigh until Christmas; you will collect a unique stamp from 19 participating business’ and return your completed sheet to Leigh Community Centre to enter our prize draw to win a ticket to Adventure Island!
The sheets are available at various shops along the trail and the community centre. If you would like to keep your completed sheet, you can also enter the prize draw by uploading a picture of the sheet to your Instagram using the hashtag #ourtinytrail
If the community centre is closed upon returning the sheet, you can post it in our postbox outside. The trail will run until January 4th.
First place wins free window artwork for your home next year and second place wins Adventure Island Tickets.
It is hoped the trail will provide some festive cheer to local residents and encourage visitors to our local shops and businesses during these difficult times. Why not also visit our lovely festive lighting display in Leigh Library Gardens with the kids and post a letter to Santa there too.