A huge Christmas arrangement is back on display to raise money for a good cause.

The huge display in Saxifrage Way, Worthing, was switched on on Sunday, November 26, and will light up every evening until the beginning of January.

The display has raised more than £15,000 for Kent, Surrey and Sussex Air Ambulance in the last three years and the people behind it are hoping people’s generosity will continue.

It has been sponsored by several businesses as well as long-time sponsor Worthing Lions.

Liam, one of the residents, said: “On turn-on night we had Lions President Adrian open the display alongside the Lions mascot.

"We were joined by around 60 members of the public and Lion volunteers during a very wet evening but the response we’ve had has been fantastic once again.

The Argus: The display is raising money for Kent Surrey and Sussex Air AmbulanceThe display is raising money for Kent Surrey and Sussex Air Ambulance (Image: Sussex News and Pictures)

“We’ve had hundreds of reactions on our social media expressing the excitement that we’re back and that people can’t wait to come and visit with their children. For many people it’s become an annual event in their Christmas calendar.

“Last year we had hundreds, even thousands, of visitors over the period of the display being on so hopefully we can get visitors numbers like that again this year. 

“The charity is so grateful for the support and commitment we have with them continuing our fundraising for them once again this year.

“We see the air ambulance around Worthing so often and with the charity not receiving any government funding they rely on the support of the public through donations.

“The charity is so important for everyone and that’s why we’re continuing our fundraising for them. We always say you never know when you might need them so that’s why fundraising for them is so important to us.”

The display is turned on every day until January 1 between 4.30pm and 9.30pm.

The neighbours are looking to raise £1,000 this year for the air ambulance.

For more information, visit Saxifrage Way Christmas Lights on Facebook.