AN INCREDIBLE Christmas lights display at a home in Wrexham has once again gone down a treat. 

Lizza Truby and her husband, Lewis, have become well renowed in recent years for their dazzling festive displays at their home in Plas Madoc, Acrefair. 

And this year, the couple have well and truly gone to town on it - taking around four months to design and put the lights up. 

As well as spreading festive joy in the community, the display is also for a good cause. 

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It is raising money for the Welsh Air Ambulance charity - which saved Lewis' life five years ago. Donations are welcomed by people visiting the display. 


Lizza said: "The community absolutely loves it. This year we nearly didn’t do it due to work commitments but they all begged us to put them up, everyone was offering to come and help us get it ready.

"We're also doing it in memory of my brother, Bryan, who we lost last year. It was him who gave us our first ever Christmas lights. Our little boy, Parker, said that we need to make it really bright this year so the angels in heaven know it's Christmas."

The lights are switched on between 5pm and 8pm each night, and there is even a snow machine which is on when the weather's dry. 

After images of the display were posted on social media, hundreds of people commented - describing it as "absolutely amazing" and "incredible". 

One person said: "How beautiful, well done." Another added: "The effort Lizza Truby and Lew go to every year to do this is amazing. Fair play to you - I'd hate to see your electric bill!

"Well worth a trip to see."