music, action! Burnham home's 25,000 Xmas lights turned on
unique Christmas display of more than 25,000 lights whose sequence
is determined by the beat of festive music has been switched on
and Jane Mitchell lit up their impressive display on the outside
of their Winchester Road home in front of a crowd of neighbours
and onlookers over the weekend.
taken several weeks to put the display in place - the recent windy
weather has not helped, but we're delighted with the end result,"
Keith told Burnham-On-Sea.com.
lights are being used with over 100 different elements controlled
by 32 channels of programming that sequence the lights to react
to the Christmas music being played."
lights can be viewed every night until January 6th between 5.30pm
and 9pm, with donations going towards for Cancer Reaserch.
added: "It has taken since the end of October to come up
with the design and put together the display. I could not have
done it without the help of my father, Victor, and brother Kevin
and wife Jane for letting me adorn our house in these lights!"
"After last year's display recieved some great feedback
we wanted to hold something even bigger and brighter."
"We hope to raise a great amount for our chosen charity
and just ask visitors who enjoy the display to put a donation
in the collection box."
Pictured: Top, Keith Mitchell, who has put together the 25,000
light display and, above, some of those who attended the display's