Des Larder's Organic wins Paint the Town Purple window award| Video

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PAINT the Town Purple week is all but over and the winner of the best-dressed window has been announced.

Drum roll please… the winner is Des Lardner’s Organic in Horsham.

Watch the announcement below

The business also won the award last year.

Business Horsham's Wendy Mitchell and Pauline Barnes judged the windows, along with Horsham mayor David Grimble and his wife Jenny.

Cr Grimble said the four judges unanimously selected Des Larder's Organic as the winner.

The business’s window decorations included two artworks, by Wendy Smith and Stacy Carter, that will be auctioned off as a Relay for Life team fundraiser.

There is also a 'Hope' artwork that will be given to a store visitor with the best story to tell.

Mr Lardner said people could bid in the auction either in store or on the business's Facebook page. He said it would close on November 30.

WINNER: Des Lardner celebrates his business's win with Relay for Life chairman Kingsley Dalgleish, Wimmera Mail-Times advertising manager Clint King, Horsham Mayor David Grimble and his Jenny, and sitting, staff members Tina Baker, Jenni Sonego and Amy Bellman. Picture: SAMANTHA CAMARRI

WINNER: Des Lardner celebrates his business's win with Relay for Life chairman Kingsley Dalgleish, Wimmera Mail-Times advertising manager Clint King, Horsham Mayor David Grimble and his Jenny, and sitting, staff members Tina Baker, Jenni Sonego and Amy Bellman. Picture: SAMANTHA CAMARRI

The Wimmera Mail-Times donated a Gold Coast holiday as the prize.

Amcal Pharmacy won a Business Horsham membership worth $250 with the business incentive award. Exquisit, NAB, Waack's Bakery and Harvey World Travel all received incentive awards

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