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Le Creuset reveals retail winners

Le Creuset has announced the winners of its Flavour Revival Competition – with Potters’ Cookshop, Hockley taking first place for its stylish 1920s-themed window display. On social media, Potters said of its window display: ‘Think Art Deco, glamour & glitz, rich jewel shades of colour, decadence, opulence and elegance – a celebration of the 1920s era bringing past and present together.’

Second place went to Diss Ironworks, while the joint third prize went to Wardens of Newtonards, Hargreaves of Buxton and Wroes of Bude came fifth.

Above: Part of Diss Ironworks’ display.
Above: Part of Diss Ironworks’ display.
Above: Part of the Flavour Revival window display at Wardens of Newtonards.
Above: Part of the Flavour Revival window display at Wardens of Newtonards.
Above: Hargreaves of Buxton featured the Flavour Revival theme in its window.
Above: Hargreaves of Buxton featured the Flavour Revival theme in its window.
Above: Wroes of Budes brought an autumnal feel to its Flavour Revival window display.
Above: Wroes of Budes brought an autumnal feel to its Flavour Revival window display.

The competition recognised displays and support for the Flavour Revival theme on retailers’ social media.

Top: Winning window at Potters Cookshop.

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