A house festooned with 20,130 Christmas lights is illuminating the night sky in Four Marks once again this year.
The show at the Kinnears’ home in Goldcrest Way is programmed so the lights change with the music of popular Christmas songs.
It is raising money for Broadlands Riding for the Disabled in Medstead and it is on from 4.30pm to 8pm each night.
Clare Kinnear said: “Christmas is my favourite time of year as I love the magic, joy and friends and family coming together over good food and wine – and to top if off I adore anything sparkling, so love decorating the house.
“Our children are now 16 and 17 so we wanted to keep the magic going, and it is wonderful to hear the children having such fun outside. We know that it is still a challenging time for a lot of people, so we want to bring some joy to Hampshire.”
Of this year’s charity, Clare added: “I cannot shout loud enough about the positive impact Broadlands has had on our daughters’ lives, and many others in Hampshire.
“Living with a disability can indeed be challenging, and it’s often disheartening to feel like you’re missing out on opportunities or being told what you can’t do.
“But Broadlands is where individuals with disabilities can feel empowered, accepted and capable of achieving anything they set their minds to. They are helping individuals with disabilities discover their strengths and abilities, and providing a safe and supportive environment where they can thrive.
“Our daughter has decided to pursue a career with horses due to her positive experiences at Broadlands. This shows that they have not only helped her develop her skills and confidence but also sparked her passion for working with horses and making a difference in the world, even after volunteering in pouring rain and mucking out stables and fields.”
To donate visit www.justgiving.com/page/kinnearschristmaslightdisplay