A Glossop street beat some tough opposition to be named the best decorated street in the High Peak.
Helping spread some festive cheer the residents on Scotty Brook Crescent worked together to put on a fantastic display.
As well as being judged the winner, the street also received the most nominations from the hundreds submitted in the competition organised for a second year by High Peak MP Robert Largan.
Finishing in a close second was Parkway in New Mills, which won the competition in 2020, and collected donations for Blythe House Hospice from those visiting the street.
The tight-knit community of Sterndale Moor, near Buxton, was third with in third place Sovereign Way in Chapel-en-le-Frith fourth.
Others that also caught the eye included: Buxton Road, Hurst Close, King Cup Close, Pingot Road, Plover Close, Pygrove, Rowton Grange Road, Station Road, Sunningdale Drive, The Glade, and Woodlea Road.
Congratulating the residents on Scotty Brook Crescent, the MP said: “Like a lot of the streets on Shirebrook, residents of Scotty Brook Crescent have really gone the extra mile this year.
"A big thank you to everyone who nominated their favourite street for Christmas lights this year. There were some fantastic entries. I hope it's helped everyone feel just that little bit more festive!"