11, 2017 Video:
Snow made Burnham-On-Sea Trinity Close lights
made a Burnham-On-Sea cul-de-sac's stunning display of over 100,000
Christmas lights even more 'magical' than ever on Sunday evening
of snow fell on Trinity Close, which has been dubbed 'Britain's
most festive street' by the national press, making it even extra
more special than usual for families visiting it, as pictured here.
the visitors was Jenny Little, who told Burnham-On-Sea.com: "We
came along especially to see the Trinity lights in the snow with
our two daughters and we weren't disappointed - it was breathtaking
to see with flakes of snow fluttering down. The snow made it magical
and we adore it!"
of visitors have been heading to the display in recent days, raising
almost £1,500 for two charity in the first week. This
year's beneficiaries are for rescue hovercraft charity BARB Search
& Rescue and cancer support charity PETAL: The Christine Woodberry
Roger Flower told Burnham-On-Sea.com: "It's a superb display
this year - it gets bigger and better every year and we were delighted
to be featured in the Daily Mail last week in an article
about the best Christmas lights displays across the UK."
added: "Extra traffic cones to restrict parking have been introduced
this year at the suggestion of Somerset Highways, the Police and
district council, and we are pleased to see these have been heeded."
are encouraging visitors to walk in and enjoy the lights without
parking at Trinity Close or in Berrow Road."
have decorated their homes, gardens and walls with colourful twinkling
lights, and the display is lit each night from 4.30pm-10pm until
Christmas, the five-week display in Trinity Close raised a record
sum of £13,329 for charity and visitors are being encouraged
to make donations in the collection box.
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