Swinton’s Halloween House Does Christmas are putting on a small Christmas display this year for the British Biker Relief Foundation in memory of their son Callum who passed away in a road traffic accident on his motorbike in November.
The famous Swinton Halloween house is renowned for it’s impressive decorative displays across Halloween and Christmas and despite the tragedy and a lot of thinking, Callum’s parents Martin and Sam are still putting on a Christmas display this year.
The house has become a well-known location across the local community, receiving a huge amount of support and encouragement for their display, especially after hearing the news about Callum.
The family have set up a JustGiving page for their display to donate to the British Biker Relief Foundation. The public are urged to donate via this page or via the locked donation box at the house and show their support by taking a look at the amazing display Martin has created.
The BBFF support motorcyclists and their families across the UK following serious and life changing injuries sustained in motorcycle accidents.
Hollie, Callum’s cousin, runs The Halloween House Facebook page and said: “It feels fitting that the chosen charity is one that supports other families in the same tragic situation as ours.
“As you all know, Martin enjoys doing his displays to bring a smile to children and adults in the local community. Whilst the display is not the huge one he usually does, we hope it brings a smile and a moment of happiness for you and your loved ones at this magical time of year, as happy memories with your family and friends are truly the greatest gift.”
Here are a few photos of the Christmas display in 2017:
To keep up with The Halloween House and the Christmas display, follow their Facebook page.