Cottam’s most Christmassy house is all lit up again

Posted on - 2nd December, 2019 - 7:48pm | Author - | Posted in - Christmas, Cottam, Preston News, What's On in Preston
Tipping’s house 2019

You know it’s Christmas when the Tippings turn on their Christmas lights.


Around 2,000 people filled Valentine’s Meadow in Cottam to see the annual charity display lit up for another year.

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Read more: The countdown is on as the Tipping family prepare their festive display

The Tipping family’s fesive display 2019

Father Christmas, Frosty the snowman and Rudolph also put in an appearance at the event last night (Sunday December 1).

Read more: Preston Christmas Lights switch on in pictures

Pic: Crispin Robinson

The family said: “Thank you to everybody who came to our charity Christmas light switch on last night the turnout was amazing with about 2,000 people attended the atmosphere was amazing and all raising money for a good cause.”

Tipping house Pic: Crispin Robinson

Have you visited the Tipping’s Christmas display? Let us know in the comments section.

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