The Hoban's are back with another terrific, bigger and better, Christmas lights display at their home in Bedfont.
For the 25th year, Jason Hoban, and wife Lisa, both in their 40s, of Longford Avenue, have turned the outside of their house including their front garden and garage into a magical Christmas walkabout.
The family were not phased by the arson attack on their festive gazebo grotto last year, and have added new touches to the 'House O Christmas' this year.
Highlights include Mr Hoban's handmade red sleigh and reindeer where children can meet and take photos with Mr Clause and be mesmerised by the giant 20 foot plus real Christmas tree.
There are also double the amount of lights including new candy cane lights, a light-up snowman and a virtual Santa which can be seen in the garage.
For 2014, the family who for the past few years have also been raising thousands of pounds for charities are collecting donations for Shooting Star Chase, a charity close to their hearts, and the Jaden Cornelious Foundation.
Mrs Hoban said: "We lost a child to terminal illness and thought we can take the opportunity to donate to different charities.
"Shooting Star is so close to our hearts. If they had been around in Hampton when my little boy Tommy had been ill they would have been a godsend.
"We also pray to God nothing like the gazebo fire happens again this year."
The lights switch-on last Sunday (Dec 7), saw 500 children and adults descend on the 'House O Christmas' where they also met popular Disney characters from Frozen including Elsa and Anna, Toy Story's Buzz Light Year and Woody as well as Peppa Pig and Mickey and Minnie Mouse.
The Disney character night returns on Wednesday, December 17, where families can enjoy the winter wonderland walkabout and indulge in some hot and cold food and drinks from the burger van, from 5pm.
With your help they hope to beat the £1,700 raised for Shooting Star Chase and the Help fundraise to save little Alfie Barrett fund, last year.
Families can see the lights daily from about 4.30pm onwards until January 5, 2015.