Raising cash for St Michael’s Hospice – great new photos of Westfield’s lights

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As Christmas fast approached the lights are now on in Westfield as the village aims to raise another five figure sum to donate to St Michael’s Hospice.

Last year Westfield raised an incredible £10,385.29 for the Hospice which helps it continue to provide vital services to the community of Hastings and Rother – it costs £12,000 a day to run the Hospice and most of that money has to be raised locally.

Sid Saunders visited Main Road in Westfield yesterday and snapped these fantastic photographs giving just a taster of what you can see if you visit the village any time between now and Monday December 31st to view the lights in all their majesty. Seeing the Westfield lights is a fantastic trip out for families and friends of all ages to enjoy, and will really get you in the mood for Christmas! Keep an eye on the Westfield Christmas Lights Facebook page for further information: www.facebook.com/westfieldsussex

St Michael’s Hospice Community Fundraiser Laura Sully said: “Westfield village always put on a magical display, which is well worth seeing in the run up to Christmas, so make sure you get all the family together to go and see this spectacular sight, and get into the Christmas spirit.”

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