The Jackson family's Christmas lights in Banbury have become a festive tradition - here are the details for this year's switch-on

They have raised £4,000 for charity over the years

As part of a Banburyshire tradition, the Jackson family will be turning on their own Christmas lights on November 29, raising money for charity.
As part of a Banburyshire tradition, the Jackson family will be turning on their own Christmas lights on November 29, raising money for charity.

As part of a Banburyshire tradition, the Jackson family will be turning on their own Christmas lights on November 29, raising money for charity.

The outdoor lights at 21, The Avenue, Bloxham (OX15 4QU) have become a family favourite since 2000.

The Jackson family said: "Over the years we have been gradually adding new illuminations which has made it the display it is today.

"We have thousands of bulbs which cover the house and roof and garden."

Money raised from the event is donated to BARKS (Banbury Animal Rescue Kindness Service) - £4,000 has been raised for the charity over the years.

The light display will be switched on at 7pm on Sunday November 29 and will stay up through until Wednesday January 6.

"We hope people will still come and enjoy them and support us," added the family.