A HOUSE in Little Neston has been transformed with a spectacular Christmas display.

Gary Brookes, originally from Wilmslow, has lived in Little Neston for the past 30 years.

He started decorating his home with a Christmas display when his children, who are now 30 and 35, were young.

Speaking to the Globe, Gary said: "Now I do it just because I like it.

"I work long hours and it cheers me up when I come home."

Wirral Globe: Gary's homeGary's home (Image: Gary Brookes)

Gary has a couple of projectors in his window, a 12ft snowman, a dog in his kennel, Santa in a chimney and various lights.

"I love it when the neighbours see me starting to put them up and say they always look forward to it", the 64-year-old added.

"I do get positive comments from passers-by and very nice reactions on social media (in the CH64 community group).

"I believe there are regular visitors who have brought their children and grandchildren along."

Wirral Globe: Visitors to the displayVisitors to the display (Image: Gary Brookes)

Gary turns his lights on everyday at 4.30pm and they go off at 9pm.

You can see his lights on Sandon Crescent in Little Neston.

"I'm not sure what the reaction would be if loads of people come round but hey ho it's Christmas", Gary explained.

Residents in the area have praised Gary's display and efforts.

One resident said: "Absolutely amazing as always."

Another added: "Looks fantastic, I love walking past. A big well done to the home owners."