The Croxley community have been invited to pay their respects to their Mr Christmas by lining the streets of the village on the day of his funeral.
Dave Edwards, Croxley’s Mr Christmas sadly passed away last month after a battle with cancer.
He decorated his house in the village with spectacular Christmas lights for over 40 years and raised an incredible amount of money for charities along the way.
His funeral will be held on Friday, December 11 and the family have invited the community to line The Green and the streets of Croxley.
His daughter Sharon Markham shared a post on the Mr Christmas fundraising lights Lancing Way Croxley Green Facebook group to let people know about the details of the day.
She wrote: “Some of you have asked about lining the street on the day of dad’s funeral.
So I have been working with the police and they have said you must be socially distanced and you must stay in your group bubbles of max of six.
“If you would like to line the street with a Santa hat or a light at 2.45pm on Friday the 11th December, the car will leave All Saints Church on the green (Croxley green) and travel across the green and down Baldwins lane x The family thank you all for your support through these difficult times.”
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