THOUSANDS of twinkling fairy lights will be switched on at a family home near Worcester to raise money for charity.

It is the 21st year that Mick and Norma Gale will once more welcome people to Santa's Garden - a festive spectacle held at 66 Christine Avenue, Rushwick, near Worcester.

This year, due to garden refurbishments, the event will take place exclusively in the front garden area, promising a return next year with an even more festive full display.

But there will still be the giant inflatables along with thousands of festive lights and displays to delight families.

Santa's Garden opens from Saturday, December 9 to Wednesday, December 27 between 5.30pm and 9.30pm each night.

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The front garden will transform into a vibrant showcase of holiday spirit and generosity, all in support of the Midlands Air Ambulance Charity.

Mr Gale said: "This 21st anniversary is a testament to our community's enduring festive spirit.

"As a special treat, Santa will be making appearances on the opening Saturday night, bringing joy and excitement to children and adults alike.

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"Our well-known location, 66 Christine Avenue, is ready to welcome visitors with open arms and twinkling lights.

"Though this year's setup is a bit different, the magic of Santa's Garden remains undiminished, offering a delightful experience for all who join.

"In addition to enjoying the festive ambience, visitors can contribute to the vital work of the Midlands Air Ambulance Charity.

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"Donations are welcome through Santa's cash bucket or the JustGiving page, aiding the heroes who provide life-saving services faster than Santa's reindeer.

"Don your holiday best and step into a world of festive delight at 66 Christine Avenue.

"Celebrate 21 years of this beloved tradition, and be part of something that not only lights up the night but also brings hope and assistance to those in need."

Mr Gale added that he and his wife Norma are looking forward to seeing people at 66 Christine Avenue for a "heartwarming celebration of the season".