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For the 19th consecutive year, a Harleston couple have decked their house in a fantastic array of Christmas lights in order to raise funds for a charity close to their hearts.

Sue Sanford and her partner, Peter George, have once again decorated the front of their Pound Close home and garden with a festive lights display, to help raise money for Cancer Research UK.

Sue said: “I chose Cancer Research because I recovered from breast cancer in 2001 and thought this would be a good way to give something back.

Sue Sanford has created something of a winter wonderland outside her house in Harleston. Picture by Mecha Morton.
Sue Sanford has created something of a winter wonderland outside her house in Harleston. Picture by Mecha Morton.

“People’s support throughout the years has been absolutely brilliant and they are always so generous.”

This year’s display came to life on Sunday, December 1 and Sue says they will be on every night, between 5pm to 9pm, until the end of the month.

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In 2018, the festive offering raised around £300 from donations and, over the years, has raised thousands for the research and awareness charity.



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