Christmas Lights Help The Children’s Hospital at Westmeadby Patrick Halaka | Feb 09,2016
Wenty Leagues Members Pat and George Coleman made national headlines this year for their impressive Christmas lights display.
For more than 20 years, the Coleman’s have drawn crowds to their home in Camellia Street Greystanes who have all been dazzled by their extensive and animated display.
George started working on their 2015 display in early September with lights going on every night from Saturday 28 November to Wednesday 6 January. During the course of the lights-on season, visitors to the Coleman’s house were able to donate money to the Children’s Hospital at Westmead.
The Coleman’s display includes over 55 Santa Clause mannequins & dolls, over 50 light-up reindeers, a motorised Christmas winter window scene and hundreds of metres worth of fairy lights which has seen their home become a must-see spectacle every festive season!
This year, Pat and George raised an impressive $12,022 for the Children’s Hospital at Westmead which we’re sure will go a long way to help the sick kids & their families.
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