hristmas has arrived three months early for one Welsh family!
Caroline Gabe, decided to spread some joy into her neighbourhood after a dismal 18 months coping with the COVID-19 pandemic and in honour of her Christmas loving cousin who sadly passed away from cancer just a couple of months prior.
She set up a dazzling Christmas display inside her home, and went all out on the outside, completing the look with colourful lights and inflatable Santas. It took her a whopping 12 hours to construct.
"Don't ask me how much that will all cost to run, I daren't look." she joked when asked by the local paper about her incredible display.
I was hoping to plug it all into the next door neighbours' house so they can help with the bills.
The same family made headlines last year, around the same time, after setting up the Christmas decorations to make light of 2020 which was a horrible year for many.
Over £1,100 ($2.1k NZD) has been spent on decorations and adornments for the elaborate festive transformation.
Last year's display saw her house and garden festooned with over 3,000 fairy lights, giant inflatable snowmen and sparkling snow.
Mrs Gabe said of 2021: "I've got lots of new additions - an eight foot blow-up Santa, a huge illuminated Father Christmas and about 4,800 warm white lights, to name but a few."
She said: “I've got the bug now, so - pandemic or no pandemic - every September from now on is going to be Christmas come early."