Charity fundraiser Keith Mitchell will be transforming the front garden of his Burnham-On-Sea home into a huge Halloween grotto tonight (Wednesday, October 31st).

Crowds of onlookers will be flocking to the annual display in Winchester Road which has been dubbed the ‘Winchester Cemetery’.

Keith and his wife Jane have been running a Halloween grotto in aid of charity for the past six years and they say this year’s display is their most ambitious ever.

“Unlike other displays, the draw of this one is that the display is sequenced to classic Halloween music,” Keith told Burnham-On-Sea.com.

“We have a choir of singing pumpkins that will be bashing out the tunes and there will be new tricks and new scares along the way. We have also added several new digital scare effects.”

The display will be illuminated from 5pm to 9.30pm and this year will be collecting on behalf of Diabetes UK.

 
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