PICTURES: Farmer Copleys lights up for Yorkshire Air Ambulance and the Prince of Wales Hospice

Farmer Copleys flicked the switch to light up for annual charity festival lights walk to raise money for not one, but two great causes.

Monday, 10th December 2018, 11:00 am
Updated Monday, 10th December 2018, 12:05 pm
Noah Rogerson.

The event is held in memory of Jon Sharpe, who along with wife Jennifer famously lit up their house and garden in previous years to raise money for The Prince of Wales Hospice.

After Jon sadly passed away, the family requested it be moved over to Famer Copleys, which is now illuminated with over 50,000 lights.

There is a small £2 entrance fee to visit the lights walk, which is running until December 23, rom 4.30pm until 7pm, with the hope of hitting their £10,000 target - with 100 per cent of proceedings going to charity.

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Lola Clark.

There will also be a memory tree at the end of the walk for anyone would like to place a message for loved ones who are deeply missed at this special time of year.

Farmer Copleys Farm Shop and Moo Café will also be open every night until 7pm for any late-night shopping opportunities.

Nativity scene in lights.
Sophia Rose Resh, Elissa Race and Lyla Harris.
Travis Clark.
Keelie, Ava and Poppy Kerrigan.
Make a visit to see the lights this year at Farmer Copleys.
The lights will put everyone in the festive spirit.