It gives a whole new meaning to Christmas il-loo-minations.
While most Christmas lights in towns and villages are pretty bog standard, Marsden is out there on its own.
Marsden’s displays are unique and quirky but one of the displays has proved a real puzzle for locals.
The question they are asking is: “Can it really be – a TOILET?”
Marsden’s Christmas lights were switched on last Saturday to gasps of delight but one of the displays on the side of the Mechanics Hall in Pee-l Street has provoked much debate.
Colne Valley Tory councillor Donna Bellamy loves the lights but was left bemused by the loo.
Organisers from Marsden Community Association asked children in the village to come up with designs based on the theme of computer games.
The brief was to “draw your favourite character, monster, object or anything from a computer game. It can be an old retro game or a new game or a game you have completely made up.”
So whether the toilet is, in fact, a bird, a plane or some mystical creature from outer space, locals haven’t been left with much to go on.
Clr Bellamy, who posted pictures of the ‘toilet’ on Facebook, said: “Marsden’s lights are brilliant and quirky and certainly not traditional.
“But this looks like a toilet to me. I’ve turned the image on its side and upside down to see if that revealed what it was but that’s no help.
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“I am no expert on computer games but it still looks like a toilet to me.”
Writing on social media, Clr Bellamy said: “Well Santa may get caught short when he’s doing all them prezzie deliveries. Marsden Christmas lights. Quirky but love them.”
Marsden is not the only place in Kirklees with peculiar Christmas lights.
In Cleckheaton there’s a display on the Market Arcade opposite the Town Hall showing what appears to be Santa Claus proclaiming the town’s Christmas lights to be “bad.”
Is that “bad” as in “good” or is it just an optical illusion?
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