Sue Ryder wins prize for Wisbech’s best dressed St George’s Day window

PUBLISHED: 16:23 29 April 2014 | UPDATED: 17:01 29 April 2014

Sue Ryder staff are presented with a trophy by members of the Royal Society of St George.

Sue Ryder staff are presented with a trophy by members of the Royal Society of St George.

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A charity shop won an award for the best dressed shop window in Wisbech.

Staff at the British Heart Foundation are presented with a certificate. Staff at the British Heart Foundation are presented with a certificate.

As part of the St George’s Day celebrations, the Fenland Branch of the Royal Society of St George picked Sue Ryder as this year’s best dressed shop window, with the runner up prize going to the British Heart Foundation.

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