Four-year old Elliot Ryde has been presented with the prize for this year’s correct entry in the Richmond Easter Window Competition.
The competition was organised by the Richmond Business and Tourism Association (RBTA) and was run in the town over the Easter holidays.
Members of the public were invited to look around the shop windows and identify which businesses fitted the clues.
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Elliot’s name was drawn from amongst the correct entries and he has received a prize of a chocolate tractor from local chocolate shop, Mocha, and a Richmond Town Family Ticket, which is valid for one admission in 2017 to the Georgian Theatre Experience, The Green Howards Museum, Richmondshire Museum and Richmond Castle.
This year the tickets also entitle the holder to ten per cent off the bill when eating at The Black Lion Hotel, Cross View Tea Rooms, Jefferson, Rustique and Sip.
Elliot, who lives in Richmond, expressed his delight at winning the competition and said: “I love everything in Richmond and I love chocolate tractors”.
Marcia McLuckie, chair of RBTA, said: “What better accolade could Richmond be given.
“I am very glad that Elliot is such a happy Richmond resident.”
Richmond Town Tickets may be purchased from The Georgian Theatre Royal; The Green Howards Museum; Richmond Castle; Richmondshire Museum and the Tourist Information Centre located in the Library, priced at adult £15, family £35 (2+3), concession £13(students and 60+).
The Richmond Business and Tourism Association works on behalf of businesses in Richmond and the surrounding area.
Any business people who would like to learn more about the association are invited to email the chairman Marcia McLuckie, at email@example.com or telephone 01748 825525.