01:03AM, Sunday 06 October 2013
Halloween will be bigger and better than ever at 39 Gordon Road in Maidenhead as Ryan Dance hosts his annual spooky display at the end of the month.
The 20-year-old transforms the address into a Halloween house every year to raise money for Help for Heroes in memory of his friend and soldier Daniel Hume, who was killed in Afghanistan in 2009.
Ryan can only stage the display on October 31 if the weather stays dry but donations to the cause are still welcome.
Volition Bar in Queen Street will also be hosting a fundraising evening in honour of Daniel on Saturday, October 12, between 6-10pm.
Balloons will be let off in his memory and there will also be a book to write messages in, which will be presented to his family.
Money raised will by donated to Help For Heroes.
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