ONE street in Mirfield does Christmas a bit bigger than most.
Three neighbours in Robin Royd Avenue have been decking their houses with Christmas lights for years.
And each time it gets bigger and brighter.
This year the whole road had to be closed off as hundreds of people turned up for the official switch-on.
And all the money raised by Derek and Joy Highe, Bob and Margaret Swailes and Tracey and David Green will go to Kirkwood Hospice and the Tuberous Sclerosis Association.
Derek said: "When my kids were young I put up a strings of lights for Christmas. Every year since then we have been putting more out.
"Then two years ago my friend Dave Owens died of cancer so we decided to do it really big in his memory and raise money for charity.
"Last year we raised more than £2,200 and hopefully we will make even more this year."
Skelmanthorpe Brass Band played at the switch on and more than 200 balloons with `I was at the Robin Royd Switch-On' printed on them were given out thanks to Mirfield-based Blow-Up Lady Balloons.
There was also a firework display with the fireworks donated by Whiteley's Garden Centre, in Leeds Road.
On the night a whopping £1,600 was raised and all three neighbours are hoping to beat last year's total.