BEAUTIFUL window displays illuminated the dark streets of North Berwick as Window Wanderland returned to the town last month.

Organised by Bass Rock Community Group with funding from North Berwick Trust, the week-long event started on October 21.

North Berwick residents decorated their windows and illuminated them every evening from 6pm to 9pm, transforming many streets into an evening art gallery drawing inspiration from pop culture, Hallowe’en and the town itself.

Businesses and charities also got involved, producing displays that brought life to the town.

A map was produced, giving people a walking route round the displays that allowed locals to explore their own town from a unique perspective.

The event concluded last Friday.

Bass Rock Community Group was delighted to see the return of the event and thanked all who made it a success.

Bex MacRobert and Diana Lebashi, the group’s project leaders, said: “With this year’s funding from North Berwick Trust, we were able to send six local artists into community groups to enable their members to take part in Window Wanderland.

“Community Connections Scone Cafe’s windows could be seen at Abbey Church, Leuchie House’s at North Berwick Rugby Club, North Berwick Day Centre at the centre, North Berwick Zap Youth Project at the Hope Rooms, and also Tantallon Court’s residents made a three-storey tree!

“The quality of this year’s windows is exceptional.

“On behalf of Bass Rock Community Group, I should like to thank everyone who took part, with also special thanks to the community artists, especially Julia at Rock & Bird in the town for her immense contribution and discounted materials.

“I hope everyone enjoyed the window displays.”