Trinity Close switches on huge Christmas display
of residents headed to a Burnham-On-Sea cul-de-sac whose stunning
display of over 100,000 twinkling Christmas lights has been dubbed
'Britain's most festive street' when it lit up for the start of
the festive season on Friday night (December 1st).
Trinity Close residents, pictured below, have decorated their homes
with more colourful lights than ever before, with illuminated reindeer
and twinkling festive decorations set up in gardens and on walls.
Roger Flower told Burnham-On-Sea.com: "Each house tries to
do something a little different and add something each year."
a stunning display again this year and I think part of the success
is that visitors are surrounded by lights on all four sides. With
no through road, visitors are able to wander around without worrying
display is lit each night from 4.30pm-10pm until early January,
in aid of two local charities - BARB, which operates Burnham's rescue
hovercrafts, and PETAL: The Christine Woodberry Memorial Trust providing
are being encouraged to be courteous to residents in neighbouring
streets by parking sensibly in the area.
and residents from Kingsleigh Residential Home were on hand to sing
carols at Friday's switch-on, which was attended by scores of residents.
Christmas, the five-week display in Trinity Close attracted crowds
of visitors who generously dug deep to raise a record sum of £13,329
shared between BARB, which operates Burnham's rescue hovercrafts,
and PETAL: The Christine Woodberry Memorial Trust. Visitors are
being encouraged to make donations in the collection box.