NAROOMA’s Christmas light legend Trevor Bennett has his annual display in full swing now and will be out as Santa every night through Christmas Eve with his snow machine and lollies.
The front garden of his house at 62 Warbler Crescent, Kianga has been transformed into a Christmas wonderland.
Trevor thanked Barry Mead from the ABC Bakery for buying him this year’s “snow” while Kristy Beecham from the Narooma Ice Creamery Café donated enough lollies to last him through Christmas.
Over the years, Trevor has raised around $60,000 for the Starlight Foundation and other local charities.
This year he decided to donate the proceedings from the gold coin donations to little Hamish Guihot, who is battling epilepsy.
Hamish was able to visit the other night and meet Trevor and have a play in the snow.
Also impressive is Tony Bailey’s Christmas lights at 11 Kianga Parade and he plans to be out with lollies on Christmas Eve.
A little more subtle are the lights at 43 Attunga Street, Dalmeny – these lights are powered by solar and best viewed on a dark night but are subtle and tastefully laid out including a breast cancer ribbon.
Unfortunately due to injury, Dawn and Peter at 1 Clarke Street, Narooma won’t be able to do lights this year, but are planning bigger and better next year!
St Paul’s Anglican Church at 11 Tilba Street has a light up and will be doing a nativity play on Christmas Eve starting at 5pm.
Christmas houses include:
11 Kianga Parade, Kianga – Tony Bailey will have lollies Christmas Eve
3 Emma Close, Dalmeny – John Rowley, the electrician
43 Attunga Street, Dalmeny – these lights are powered by solar and best viewed on a dark night.
5 Taylor Street, Narooma –Angela Hanson
9A Costin Street, Narooma
36 Montague Avenue, Kianga
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