Is this Britain's most Christmassy street?

Boasting a lit up Santa on a chimney, twinkling Christmas trees, dazzling stars, 100,000 light bulbs and a whole herd of illuminated reindeer, this spectacular display could be Britain's most festive street. 

The festive cul-de-sac Burnham-on-Sea in Somerset has burst into colour after the homeowners switched on their lights to mark the count-down to Christmas. 

In the now annual tradition, families living in the cul-de-sac lit up their homes and lawns to celebrate the start of the festive period. 

The decorative display helps raise money for local cancer charities and thousands of people are expected to visit the street this month.

This neighbourhood in Burnham-On-Sea, Somerset has been dubbed 'Britain's most festive street' as the cul-de-sac twinkles with 100,000 light bulbs

This neighbourhood in Burnham-On-Sea, Somerset has been dubbed 'Britain's most festive street' as the cul-de-sac twinkles with 100,000 light bulbs

The lawns and houses on the cul-de-sac dazzle with Christmas lights and festive decorations, including Santa on his sleigh and a whole herd of reindeer 

The lawns and houses on the cul-de-sac dazzle with Christmas lights and festive decorations, including Santa on his sleigh and a whole herd of reindeer 

Last year the display raised more than £13,329 for a good cause and this year the collection will go towards two local charities

Last year the display raised more than £13,329 for a good cause and this year the collection will go towards two local charities

Since the Christmas lights were turned on 11 years ago, more than £85,000 has been raised for various charities

Since the Christmas lights were turned on 11 years ago, more than £85,000 has been raised for various charities

The tradition in Trinity Close started more than a decade ago by Nick Gardner, his wife Hazel and their neighbours Chris Woodberry and his late wife Christine.

Mr Gardner said: 'It's such a nice thing to do together, everyone helps each other out and passers-by really appreciate our effort. It started off with just a few of us doing it but then more families wanted to join. 

'We want lots of people over the

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