Sovereign Shines 2020 – Winners List Unveiled

Sovereign Shines 2020 – Winners List Unveiled

A fundraising exercise to raise monies for the local RNLI lifeboat and Defiant Sports. Thank you to all that took part in the illuminations. We have raised over £500 in total for the charities and will be collecting for them until the end of December. Donations can still be made here

A special mention to the Sovereign Harbour Berth Holders’ Association and The Rotary Club that have worked tirelessly to spread the word and bring in a fantastic array of prizes. 

Boat Category

Best Boat – Boat name,  ‘Christy’, North Harbour. Prize, 10 Day Lift Out & Pressure Wash, courtesy of Premier Marinas

Other winners

Runner Up – Boat name, ‘Mr Toad’, North Harbour. Prize, a £65 dining voucher, courtesy of 4 Seasons
Runner Up 2 – Boat name, ‘Franjo’, North Harbour. Prize, a basket of goodies, courtesy of Waitrose
Little and Pretty Display – Boat name, ‘The Ivy D’ Inner Harbour. Prize, Bistro Pierre 2 Course Meal for 2. 
Best Rainbow Illuminations – Boat name, ‘Caracymba’, Inner Harbour. Prize, a £65 dining voucher, courtesy of Thai Marina.
Judges Choice – Boat name, ‘Indulgence’, Inner Harbour. Prize, luxury chocolate, courtesy of Only CoCo Chocolates

Residential Category 

Best Property – Peter French. Prize, Luxury Food & Drink Hamper.

Other winners

Runner Up -Keith & Maggie de Vos. Prize, a £65 dining voucher, courtesy of Pablos. Best Rainbow Illuminations – Katherine Smedley. Prize, a £65 dining voucher, courtesy of Simply Italian.
Best Children’s Display – Robert Hawkins. Prize, 10 Pin Bowling Voucher and board game. 
Little & Pretty Display – Roger Powell. Prize, Langham Afternoon Tea for 2, courtesy of Langham Hotel Eastbourne.  
Judges Choice – Chris Underwood. Prize, Hamper, courtesy of Morrisons

Prizes can be collected from Sovereign Harbour’s Marina Reception. Please call 01323 470 099 in advance so a team member can ensure your prize is ready. If you live in Tier 4 please do not travel to collect your prize – it will be kept safe until restrictions are lifted and you can attend site. 

Photography courtesy of Lee Floyd.