Jigal jingles all the way to win competition

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Jakeb WaddellBroome Advertiser

The West Kimberley embraced the festive spirit and lit up their homes over the past month, but one rose above for this year’s Broome Advertiser Christmas Lights Competition.

Judges representing sponsors Buru Energy, Horizon Power and the Broome Advertiser went on a tour around Broome to pick the best of the best last week, with their criteria being colour, movement, Kimberley connection and the X factor.

Anne and Steve Brougham of 85 Jigal Drive were responsible for the winning home and took out the $1000 cash prize.

Judges were blown away by their home that was covered in fairy lights, massive blow-up toys and dazzling electronic displays.

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Closely following was runner-up Margy Manning at 1 Pipit Loop, who pocketed $600, thanks to her “winter wonderland”.

PRDnationwide Broome took out the prize for the best business, decorating their office with a fantastic display of lights and tinsel.

Derby’s winners were Gray and Kylie Kelly at 4 Hanson Street, who took the $1000 cash.

Four days remain to check out the best lights in Broome and Derby before Christmas Day.

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