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Vote for your favourite jumper!

Vote for your favourite jumper.
Vote for your favourite jumper. Leanne Ryan

UPDATE: Due to popular demand, we have extended our Daily News' People's Choice treejumper poll.

You now have until 3pm Sunday to cast your vote so if you haven't decided on your favourite tree, head down to the street party Saturday from 9.30am and check them out.

THE official judges have spoken but now is your chance to vote on your pick of the bunch.

If a particular tree jumper has taken your fancy, reward the creators with your very important People's Choice vote.

Simply cast your vote and look out for the people's favourite in Monday's edition of the Daily News!

END NOTE: Every care has been taken to include all tree jumpers but not all of the trees were decorated when the Daily News was out and about snapping these quirky creations.

If you think we have missed a tree, please feel free to send a picture, the tree number and the name of the creators to edit@warwickdailynews.com.au

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