It's beginning to feel a lot like Christmas in Warwick

WARWICK'S Christmas spirit is well and truly alive judging by the light displays that have lit up the city during the past fortnight.

The Rose City has punched above its weight and put on an outstanding display of festive cheer.

The winning display at 64 Law Rd is a Christmas wonderland, complete with nativity scene, a slice of the North Pole and 134 Christmas trees.

Lynden and Craig Pavy nailed it this year with their interactive components, including a feature at which children can get their photographs.

It undoubtedly takes a lot of effort to bring together but, according to Mr and Mrs Pavy, the reaction of those visiting their home makes it all worth it.

Congratulations to Mr and Mrs Pavy on winning the title of best house in their first year competing for the title.

But it is not only the winners that are shining bright this year.

Make sure you check out 7 Killarney Vista and the walk-in display that features a shed full of dancing and singing Christmas toys with which children can interact.

And the display at 123 Bisley Rd is also definitely worth a visit just to absorb the amazing Christmas tunes.

There is still plenty of time to get out and view Warwick's Christmas light displays.

Get your hands on tomorrow's Warwick Daily News for a lights map to ensure you don't miss a single one.

They are all worth visiting.



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