Christmas lights at Narooma for Hamish 

TREVOR Bennett has counted all the coins from the wishing well that stood out in front of his Christmas light display this year.

It came to $1835 and it’s all going to Hamish Guihot, a 2-year-old boy who has been and out of hospital with a rare form of epilepsy.

On Christmas Eve alone, Trevor handed out 20kg of lollies and more than 400 glow sticks, while his snow machine went through 20 litres of snow mix.

He thanked Narooma Ice-Creamery Café, Montague Coffee and the Birthday Club girls for donating lollies, while Barry Mead at ABC Bakery supplied the snow mix.

“I want to thank the town for its support,” said Trevor, OAM.

“I wish every one a happy New Year and see you next Christmas.”

Finally, he thanked his wife Karen without whom he could not do his annual display.

Over the years, Trevor and his lights have raised around $60,000 for the Starlight Foundation and other local charities.

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