Deryck Scargill, 72, has been turning his Bamber Bridge home into a winter wonderland every Christmas for the past 25 years.

GALLERY: Merry Preston pensioner transforms Bamber Bridge bungalow into a winter wonderland

Deryck Scargill, 72, has raised thousands of pounds for charity by transforming his Bamber Bridge home into a festive spectacle of light.

Welcome to Deryck's winter wonderland...

His home is so well-loved by the community that is has become a Christmas tradition for many families to pay the merry pensioner a visit.
His home is so well-loved by the community that is has become a Christmas tradition for many families to pay the merry pensioner a visit.
Buy a Photo
Hiseye-poppingfestivalof light has grownmore spectacular each year.
Hiseye-poppingfestivalof light has grownmore spectacular each year.
Buy a Photo
But Deryck's Christmas extravaganza began with humble origins. After both of his parents were diagnosed with cancer, he wanted to give something back to the people who treated and cared for them.
But Deryck's Christmas extravaganza began with humble origins. After both of his parents were diagnosed with cancer, he wanted to give something back to the people who treated and cared for them.
Buy a Photo
Deryck's sister-in-law Kelly Evans said Deryck has raised tens of thousands of pounds for charity since his home first lit-up the street in the late 1990s.
Deryck's sister-in-law Kelly Evans said Deryck has raised tens of thousands of pounds for charity since his home first lit-up the street in the late 1990s.
Buy a Photo
View more