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Annually there is a fantastic display of Christmas Lights on Longhill Road in Ascot. The lights are at just one house and all behind the fence and garden gates but you still get a great view over the fence.
There are lots deer and animals lit up on the lawn and in the little woodland plus you might even see a Father Christmas and some elves also lit up. There are a couple vehicles lit up too.
Are the lights raising money for charity?
Yes, the lights are raising money for charity. In 2023 they are fundraising for Alexander Devine Children’s Hospice and are part of the Devine Light Trail. The lights have historically fundraised for different charities each year. The sign on the gates informs you of where to leave your donation.
Where can I find the lights?
The lights are at one house on Longhill Road in Ascot. Click here for the What3Words location. You can park on the verge outside the house. It can get busy at times.
When are the lights on until?
A sign on the gates says the lights are on from 1st December 2023 to the 1st January 2024. 4pm – 10.30pm.
Are there any other Christmas Lights nearby?
Have you visited the lights at Kingfisher Chase in Bracknell?
Also check out the Light Trails in Berkshire.
For more ideas of things to do take a look at the Low-Cost Things to do this Christmas blog post and also Christmas What’s on Guide in Berkshire. You may also like to take your child to a garden centre in Berkshire this Christmas.
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