A spectacular Christmas light display is brightening a street in St Paul’s Cray.

Hundreds of people liked a photo put up on Facebook of the lights on 4 and 5 Mickleham Road.

Two men are behind the lights, which have appeared at the festive season for the last 10 years. Stephen Parkins lives at number four and Terry Batney lives at number five.

Mr Parkins dresses up as Olaf from Frozen and Mr Batney dresses up as Father Christmas. Then they stand outside and entertain families who come to see the lights.

Mr Parkins said: “Over the last two years we have raised nearly £5,700. People love it, the atmosphere is great.

“It brings the community spirit back to the street. All our neighbours come out and chat. The police always toot when they go past. It really brightens up the street.

“The kids love it. They love dancing with Olaf and seeing Father Christmas. Quite a lot of the youngsters get very excited.

“Health withstanding, we will carry on going. We try to get bigger every year.”

Mr Parkins lost his mother to cancer last December and she was cared for in the Chartwell Ward at Princess Royal University Hospital.

The pair are raising money for the Chartwell Cancer Trust.

Mr Parkins said: “My mum loved them. Last year she couldn’t get out, but we were on ITV on the news, so she still got to see them.”

Donations can be made at the lights.