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Christmas Lights with a Lego theme
22 Nov 2021 - 30 Jan 2022

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Sarah Girling


Well this year we’re celebrating Star Wars! in hubby’s words… “Our Christmas display is up 🥳
My wife and I are 70s kids.
My favourite Christmas present was a Star Wars X-Wing.
I remember sitting down to watch Star Wars a New Hope every Boxing Day in the 80s.

This year I’ve built a sit in x-wing, 9 Lego style characters and 8 large light sabres. Grogu (Baby Yoda) is sitting on the A frame tree.

38 Victoria Rd Sandown PO36 8AL”


Joanne Harvey



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We really enjoyed your Christmas Lights!





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Katy Gibbins



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Sarah Girling


We are grateful to Boojam & Snark and Stylish Plastics for their generous donations of materials which helped Leon create the characters and X-wing. Ultimate up cycling!


Karen Vacher



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I love your displays thank you for putting the link up so I could donate.


Colette Dollin



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Total raised£62.00



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