11:00AM, Thursday 15 December 2016
The spirit of Christmas has arrived at No.99 Farm Road in Maidenhead thanks to a lights display that raises money for charity.
Ryan Moody, 25, a commercial catering service technician, has enjoyed festive lights since he was a child.
Now he and his partner, Jessica Whitton, have put their own display together this year to commemorate a friend they have lost to cancer.
They hope their first display, which includes an illuminated train, Santas and soldiers, will draw attention to their donation box and online fundraiser for Cancer Research UK.
Ryan, who has been setting up the display since mid-November, said: “I am very happy how it has all taken shape.
“Every year now I plan to make the display bigger and better.
“We hope all the adults and kids love it as much as I did when I was younger.”
Donate at www.justgiving.com/Ryan-Moody5 or in the collection box outside.
Click here to see another Christmas lights display in Burnham which has been turning plenty of heads.
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