A KIND-hearted couple will be showcasing their famous Christmas lights display in a bid to raise money for seriously-ill children.

The spectacular Christmas lights display in Chavey Down has an array of reindeer lights are set to return for another year and will be going up sometime before December.

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George and Brenda Howe are taking part in the Alexander Devine charities' Christmas Lights Trail where residents can visit the spectacular display and donate money to help seriously ill children in Berkshire.

George Howe said: "We will be raising money for the children's charity like we did two years ago.

"I always love to put up the Christmas lights as the kids love it and their faces just light up."

The Howes have collected funds for local charities for around 10 years and the event raises between £5,000 to £6,000 each year.

The couple encourage people to visit their festive display and give a small donation as a gesture of good will this Christmas. Jessica Searle, fundraising administrator, said: "Alexander Devine’s inaugural Devine Christmas Lights Trail will take you on a truly festive journey round Berkshire.

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"From twinkling fairy lights in gardens and herds of LED reindeer to impressive light shows, discover the festive magic on show across the area whilst also raising much needed funds for local children with life-threatening and life-limiting conditions and their families.”