For the last 20 years, Tony Swift and his wife Wendy have been lighting up the front of their house and garden on Laurel Crescent since 2003.
And over the years, the event and the display has become more and more popular.
This year, Jo and Sparky from Gem Radio’s breakfast show will be performing the honours at the official switch on at 6pm on Sunday, November 19.
As well as the lights, this year’s event will give children the chance to visit Santa in his grotto with Santa nights from 6pm to 8pm every Friday and Saturday right up to December 23, and then from 4pm to 8pm on Christmas Eve.
Tony said: “We lost my father-in-law to cancer in 2003 and he used to go to Hayward House and what they did there was brilliant.
"Someone suggested doing the lights to raise money for Hayward House and it went from there.
"Then, a few years later, we had a little boy who was terminally ill come to us and he was going to Lapland through When You Wish Upon A Star and we thought that looked a good one to support as well, so now we help both.
"We’ve now raised £209,000 over the 20 years and it’s so wonderful that people still want to come and see the lights and support these causes.
“It seems as popular as ever and we’ve got so many people wanting to come and see Santa, so we’re looking forward to it.
"You get your regulars who come from near and far afield and we just enjoy doing it.
"The lights are on from dusk until around 10pm each night and the Santa nights start from December 1.
"People don’t need to book, they can just turn up and nobody gets turned away, although we do try to stick to the times.
"Every child gets a free goodie bag, if parents can make a donation that would be great.
"We’ve got hot chocolate and cakes as well, so there’s plenty to enjoy.”