Nethercourt family light up home in aid of St John Ambulance

Tyrone and Katie have lit up their home to raise funds for St John Ambulance

A Nethercourt family who put on an annual Christmas light display for charity have used an astonishing 22,093 LED bulbs to create this year’s spectacle.

Tyrone Lewis and Katie Keen, along with 11-year-old Bethany, spent three weeks setting up their masterpiece at their Nethercourt Farm Road home and are this year raising funds for St John Ambulance.

Bethany, who is autistic, attends the unit in Sussex Street and Katie says unit manager Saphinna Philpott has been hugely helpful.

The display is lit from 4.30pm until 8pm every night. The couple are also holding a raffle with 25 prizes donated by residents and businesses. Tickets are £1 per strip and the draw will be on December 19th.

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In Dane Valley Thanet Domestics has created a cute Henry crib display in the window. Westgate Social Club and homes on the isle are also lighting up for the festive season.

Seen a brilliant Christmas display? Send us a photo with the road name to [email protected] and we will add it to the gallery.


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