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Dublin: 18 °C Thursday 13 August, 2020

The Dublin man who goes all out with his Christmas lights for charity has added a snow machine

And the queues are out the door.

White House 3 Source: Shauna White

LAST YEAR, SEAN White’s house in Palmerstown won national acclaim thanks to the heroic effort he puts into his Christmas lights – and all in the name of charity.

It’s become something of a local attraction – and watching the White family turn on the lights is now a neighbourhood tradition. Sean raises the money for Dylan, a little boy with cerebral palsy who lives in the area, and his daughter Shauna tells that last year’s total came to €1700.

She also says that this year he’s brought in a snow machine – and it’s really added to the Christmassy setting

whitehouse2 Source: Shauna White


Shauna says:

We urge anyone that visits to come say hello and see our Grinch projector in the window and additional snow machine this year!! If you can spare any few coins from the end of your purse or wallet when you visit, we would greatly appreciate it for Dylan and his family.

The queues have been winding out the front gate since the lights were turned on

snowhite Source: Shauna White

It’s not just the outside that’s done up, people love seeing the decorations inside the house too

Inside House Source: Shauna White

A winter wonderland in Palmerstown – all for a good cause

White House1 Source: Shauna White

Great work.

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