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Cancer patient lights up for hospice.

LIGHTS are shining in a beautiful Christmas display on Elfed Drive in Buckley, CH7 2JF, in support of Nightingale House Hospice until December 31.

Enid and Haydn Hampson have created the display as Haydn has been fighting cancer and wants to not only give pleasure to others through the lights themselves, but is also keen to collect donations for the hospice which can either be placed in the letterbox or by knocking the door of the porch.

The house looks fantastic. Debbie Barton of Nightingale House Hospice said: "We are so grateful to Enid and Haydn for going to such lengths to help Nightingale House.

"The display looks wonderful and has taken a huge amount of time to prepare. The house is a sight to behold and is being much admired by people of all ages."

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Publication:Chester Chronicle (Chester, England)
Date:Dec 21, 2017
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