Dazzling Christmas lights to take over village
- Credit: Tim Kett
Dozens of people living in a Norfolk village have adorned their homes with Christmas lights to raise money for charity.
Sparkling lights are strung over houses in Thorpe End for a festive event to fundraise for Nelson's Journey.
People will then be able to download a map highlighting the displays for the event on Saturday December 19 between 4.30pm and 8.30pm.
As well as dazzling lights, the night will also feature a walk-though nativity at St David's Church and food stalls, including fish and chips from Nippy Chippy.
Tim Kett, organiser, said: “With the help of people and businesses in the village we have managed to pull this event together quickly.
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"We are keen to support both the community in these difficult times of Covid-19 lockdowns and tiers and to show that whatever the world throws at us we will always come back smiling."
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