A FARM in Weston will be transformed into a winter wonderland tonight, December 1, to raise money for The Donna Louise.

Carters Green Farm will be decorated with thousands of twinkling lights and decorations by Graham Witter and his family, in memory of Graham’s sister Jessica.

Graham first started the display four years ago to raise money for the children’s hospice where his sister received respite care, and over the last four years he has raised an amazing £40,000.

“I absolutely love doing this event and seeing families having so much fun where it doesn’t cost them anything,” he said.

“I feel proud to continue this festive fundraiser in Jessica’s memory and know she would have laughed and smiled at all these magical lights.”

This year’s light display promises to be bigger and better than ever before, as visitors will be able to visit Santa’s grotto, try a festive ice cream, have their own sleigh selfie and enjoy a mince pie.

The big switch-on will take place at 6.15pm and Graham’s family is inviting the whole community to join in the festive fun.

Katie Tams, regional fundraiser for The Donna Louise, added: “Graham’s support for The Donna Louise over the last few years has been amazing.

“He’s raised more than £40,000 which has made a huge difference to the lives of hundreds of families across Staffordshire and Cheshire.

“I’m really looking forward to this year’s light display and I really hope that the local community will support Graham, and The Donna Louise, by visiting his amazing Christmas wonderland this year.”

The light display will run until December 28.

For more information email info@westonlightdisplay.co.uk