A group of neighbours have set up a stunning display of Christmas lights to raise money for a good cause.

Neighbours in Saxifrage Way, Worthing, have banded together for the display to raise money for Kent Surrey Sussex Air Ambulance Service.

The display started on Friday and will be continuing until January 1.

The neighbours, who set up the display on their days off from work, try and change up the display every year to surprise people.

The Argus: The houses in WorthingThe houses in Worthing

Liam, one of the organisers, said: “In the last two years we’ve raised over £10,000 for the KSS Air Ambulance and this year we’re back even bigger to raise even more funds for the incredible vital charity.

“KSS is an independent charity that is kept going by an incredible team of volunteers. It costs over £15.2M a year to sustain its world-leading, cutting-edge, innovative service.

“They do a fantastic job in saving lives. They are truly amazing and the work that they do is incredible. In order to keep them doing such great work, please donate what you can.”

The Argus: Some of the decorationsSome of the decorations

The display consists of blow up Santas, trees lined with decorations and much more.

It will be lit up from 4.30pm to 9.30pm every day.

For more information, visit their GoFundMe page.