Eton's Christmas window display competition saw 14 businesses competing to produce the most festive frontage.

Royal Borough Deputy leader Cllr Samantha Rayner joined manager of Eton Information Centre Barbara Hunt and Ros Rivaz the chairman of Eton Community Association investigating the glittering displays on offer.

After a morning walking through the town studying the varied displays put together by the town's shops and hostelries the difficult decision had to be made.

In the end they chose Murray's coffee shop window as the best - earning winner Mike Murray a cream tea for two at the Christopher Hotel.

The runner-up business was the veteran menswear shop New and Lingwood, with the prize of a voucher for Tastes Delicatessan in the town.

Cllr Rayner said: "Eton is celebrating Christmas in its own unique and bespoke style, welcoming locals and visitors alike. Thank you to The Christopher Hotel and to Tastes Delicatessen."

Mrs Hunt said: “I am loving running the Eton and Eton Wick Information Centre and the retailers and hostelries in Eton work together so well. They have all welcomed me and we keep our good links with Windsor too, as part of the Windsor and Eton tourist attraction”.