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Sixteen businesses harnessed their creative flair and entered the Gravity Fields festival window dressing competition.

And the winner was the recently opened Teaspoon Company, in The George Centre, which featured an Isaac Newton inspired ‘Gravi-tea’ display.

Gravity Fields window-dressing competition - Trickling Tap

Gravity Fields window-dressing competition - Trickling Tap

Runners-up were The Trickling Tap in the Market Place – with one side all about Isaac Newton and the apple, and another side space and anti gravity – and a Newton in Space themed display from Marcus Wilkinson’s jewellers in Blue Court, including solid silver apples representing Newton’s iconic symbol.

Grantham Bowl also got involved, thinking outside the box with no window to dress. Instead, staff hung pins upside down in the entrance.

The festival competition was judged by Councillor Frances Cartwright, chairman of Grantham Business Club Stuart Pigram and SKDC economic development assistant Amber Kitching.

The Teaspoon Company won first prize of a computer tablet, sponsored by the Grantham Business Club. Both runners-up will receive one-to-one social media training and two festival tickets of their choice.