Dreaming of a bright Christmas as festive families across Kent decorate homes with thousands of lights
Festive families across Kent have been bringing Christmas cheer to their streets - by stringing up thousands of lights.
Our photographers have been out across the county to search for some of the best displays.
Among the most brilliantly-lit neighbourhoods is in Windsor Road, Thanington, where four homes in a row have been adorned with decorations.
Kym and Cheryl Wadey's stunning Christmas display in St James Road on the Isle of Grain
The family of late great-grandad Roy Baker, who was nicknamed Mr Christmas, have decorated their home with pride and poignancy.
When Roy died two years ago, it was feared the plug would be pulled on his magnificent festive light extravaganza in Wigmore.
But his family vowed the annual show outside his home in Leafy Glade should go on - and his sons Phill and Richard they have continued the dazzling display in his honour.
Peter Reeves' house lights up Wotton Road, Ashford
Christmas lights around Stan Truelove's Westmarsh home
Stan Truelove's Christmas lights in Westmarsh have featured on TV
Christmas fanatic Graham William Hutchinson has gone all out with decorations in Dover
Four houses in Windosr Road, Thanington, have been decorated
A winter scene in the garden of a house in Windsor Road, Thanington
The family of the late Roy Baker have continued to put up Christmas lights at his Wigmore home to honour his former displays
Adam Smith's brilliantly-lit house in Musgrove, Ashford
Doreen Schofield won a Walmer Parish Council Christmas lights competition
Victor Waghorn's home in Craylands Square, Swanscombe. He has five Christmas trees too.
Have you seen any extravagent Christmas lights displays? Email your pictures to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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