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Richmond lights up with Christmas lights displays

More than bragging rights will be up for grabs at the first annual Bright Lights, Big Prizes contest presented by Lansdowne Centre and The Richmond Review.

Richmond residents are invited to snap a photo of their front-yard display of Christmas lights and festive decorations, and then submit them here. As entries are posted, readers are invited to vote for their favourite presentations. So be sure to tell family and friends, through social media and otherwise, about the contest.

The grand prize is $500, with the runner-up landing $250 from Lansdowne Centre.

To vote on the entries, visit the contest page.

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