2021 Rural City of Murray Bridge Christmas Lights Competition winners announced

Ben Hedger alongside his mum won the Incentive Award for Large Display Adelaide Road. Photo: Supplied.
Ben Hedger alongside his mum won the Incentive Award for Large Display Adelaide Road. Photo: Supplied.

Out of all the wonderful submissions and displays, winning teams and individuals have been announced in the 2021 Rural City of Murray Bridge Christmas Lights Competition.

Awards were presented at the Local Government Centre on Monday, December 20 for the most outstanding entries in each of the five award categories.

Mayor Brenton Lewis said he was pleased to see members of the community putting in effort to share festive cheer with others, helping to create Connected and Thriving Communities.

"It's been wonderful to drive around and see the beautiful lights on display throughout our communities, and the many families out viewing at night, sharing in the festive spirit," he said.

"Sometimes it doesn't take much to remind us about the spirit of the season, that others care and of the joy to be found in the simple things in life.

"Some locals have put a huge amount of thought and effort into sharing that joy with others by decorating their homes and businesses with the twinkle of Christmas lights, and everyone this year should be proud of their efforts."

WINNER: The Traditional Display winners were Des and Mim Warner in Robinia Court. What an excellent effort! Photo: Supplied.

WINNER: The Traditional Display winners were Des and Mim Warner in Robinia Court. What an excellent effort! Photo: Supplied.

This year's award winners are:

  • Traditional Display: Des and Mim Warner - Robinia Court
  • Incentive Award for Traditional Display: Mark Perry & Jasmine Tilly - Montgomery Avenue
  • Large Display: Maddie Incoll - Ian Douglas Court
  • Incentive Award for Large Display: Ben Hedger - Adelaide Road
  • Small Display: Jiron Blacket - Garden Crescent
  • Incentive Award for Small Display: Jacqueline Monaghan - Joy Crescent
  • Mayor's Award: Alec Thomson - Finch Road

Entries were judged on:

  • Presentation, general appearance layout and design
  • Light - use of colour, form and composition, variety and repetition
  • Creativity, innovation and passion
  • Does it reflect the spirit of the Christmas season?

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